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List of publications available for distribution by members of Congress
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GUIDE TO SUBJECTS


SBuildings-- ...----------------
SCanning-freezing--storing .- -... -
Cooking- .......................-----------
Dairying and dairy cattle .......
Electrical equipment and practice


Farm management....
Fertilizers ..........-- -
Fiber crops-.............
Flowers, see ornamental
Forage roeps..........
Forestry--................
Fruits..................
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Grasses- -- -----------
Home management---
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Irrigation. .. ... .... ..
Livestock and small animals- -...
Machinery and other equipment
M marketing .........................
Nutrition .--......................------
Nuts- --------..........-- ..................---------
Oil crops- --------...................----------
Ornamental plants and trees. ...
Poultry ..------------.......................-------
Range management.............
Sewing-----------...---....---
Soil and water conservation.....-
Sugar crops --......................------
Tobacco .........................


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BUILDINGS


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Construction,


Protection,


Repairs)


98 Loose housing for dairy cattle.
44 Preventing storm wind damage to farm build-
ings.
38 First aid for flooded homes and farms.
12 Your farmhouse .. planning the kitchen
and workroom.
14 A step-saving U-kitchen.
18 Easy-to-build kitchen cabinets for the remod-
eled farmhouse.
19 Your farmhouse planning the bathroom.
5s Wood siding how to install it, paint it,
care for it.
60 The Beltsville kitchen-workroom with energy
saving features.
73 Wood decay In houses how to prevent and
control it.
56 Preventing cracks in new wood floors.
20 Two-temperature walk-in refrigerator for the


BUILDINGS-Continued


F 2110
F 2136
F 2150


Hog houses.
Farm silos.
Making cellars dry.
Selection of lumber for farm and home building.
Fire-resistant construction on the farm.
Watch your step .. avoid farm accidents.
Protecting log cabins, rustic work, and un-
seasoned wood from injurious Insects in the
Eastern United States.
Hospitals for rural people.
Lightning protection for the farm.
Safeguard your farm against fire,


CANNING-FREEZING-STORING


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Home canning of meat.
Home canning of fruits and vegetables
Home freezing of fruits and vegetables
Freezing meat and poultry products f
use.
Pressure canners use and care.
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COOKING


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43
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312
326
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Family fare .... food management and recipes.
Meat for thrifty meals.
Root vegetables in everyday meals.
Ways to cook rabbit.
Peanut and peanut butter recipes.
Honey., some ways to use it.
Green vegetables for good eating.
Money-saving min dishes.
Turkey on the table the year round.
Cooking with dried eggs.
Potatoes in popular ways..
Sweetpotato repes,.
Apples in appealing ways.
Dry beans, peas, lentils modern cookery.
An American-type cheese how to make
it for home use.
Pork in your meals.


DAIRYING AND DAIRY CATTLE


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Loose housing for dairy cattle.
Facts about pasteurization of milk.
Selecting an economical dairy ration.
Mr. Dairyman it pays to use chemicals
safely.
Udder diseases of dairy cows.
Dairy cattle breeds.
Care and management of dairy cows.
Beef-cattle breeds for beef and beef and milk.
Cleaning and sanitizing farm milk utensils.
Judging and scoring milk.
Improving your dairy herd.
Feeding dairy cattle.

ECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND
PRACTICES
Home freezing of fruits and vegetables.
Freezing meat and poultry products for home


Use .
31 Drying shelled corn and small grain with
heated air.
32 Drying shelled &rn and small grain with uni
heated air.
33 Drying ear corn with heated air.


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436
445
480
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Drying ear corn with unheated air.
Lights for more winter eggs.
Electric water pumps on the farm.
Electric heating of hotbeds.
Standby electric power equipment for the farm.
Electric light for the farmstead.


F 2136 Lightning protection for the farm.
FARM MANAGEMENT
L 323 Wood chips for the land.
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FARM MANAGEMENT-Continued


F 2130
F 2135

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F 3137
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Rope on the farm.
What young farm families should know about
credit.
Lightning protection for the farm.
Insurance facts for farmers.
Library service for rural people.


FERTILIZERS


L 307 How much fertilizer shall I use?
1 mm9 Liming ann iD ae Me
F 2128 Hose pump for applying fertilizer
tions .. operation advantages.
ulating the pump.

FIBER CROPS
(Diseases, Insects, Marketing)


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Facts about cotton,
The. bollworm how to control It.
The cotton aphid how to control it.
The cotton leafworm .. ,. how to control it.
The cotton fleahopper .. how to control it.
Cotton diseases and methods of control.
Ginning cotton.
Growing seed flax in the North Central States.
The boll weevil how to control it.


FORAGE CROPS
(Diseases, Insects, Marketing)


AB 223

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L 772
L 325
L 341
L 348


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F 1798

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1 2113
F 2114
F 2129


Grass makes its own food for growth, for for-
age, for good land use, for soil conservation.
Alfalfa varietiesin the United States.
Sweet clover,
Measuring hay in stacks.
Control of the alfalfa caterpillar.
The meadow spittlebug how to control it.
The velvetbean caterpillar how to con-
trolit.
The spotted alfalfa aphid... how to control it.
Strawberry clover ... a legume for the West.
Growing crested wheatgrass in the Western
State.
Persian clover ... a legume for the South.
The sorghum midge, with suggestions for con-
trol.
Control of common white grubs in cereal and
forage crops.
Sorghum diseases and their control.
Legume Inoculation what it is ... what
it does.
Annuallespedezas .. .culture and use.
Lupines culture and use.
Growing soybeans.


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(Diseases, Insects,
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Marketing)-


1 2102 Growing loblolly and shortleaf pine in the
Mid-South.
F 2103 Growing slash pine.
1 2109 Shelterbelts for the Northern Great Plains.
M 766 Look to your timber, America.
FRUITS (Diseases, Insects, Marketing)
MB 9 Preparing peaches for market.
L 158 Quince growing.
L 172 Why fruit trees fall to bear.
L 183 Cankerworms.
L 187 Blight of pears, apples, and quinces.
L 219 The home fruit garden in the Southeastern and


Central Southern States.
221 The home fruit garden in the'Central
western States.
222 The home fruit garden in the Northbern
Plains, Northern Mountain and
mountain States.
224 The home fruit garden in the Pacific
States and Arizona.


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227 The home fruit garden In the Northea
and North Central States.
274 Control of apple tree borers.
359 Kieffer pears for home use.
406 Apple bitter rot.
407 Dwarf fruit trees.
414 Reducing virus and nematode damai
strawberry plants.
471 Mr. Fruit and Vegetable Producer.
pays to use chemicals safely.
026 Strawberry culture South Atlantic
Gulf Coast regions.
043 Strawberry varieties in the United Stat
369 Bridge grafting.
560 Preparing strawberries for market.
739 Pear growing in the Pacific Coast States.
870 Pruning hardy fruit plants.
897 Establishing and managing young
orchards.
951 Blueberry growing.
123 Growing American bunch grapes.
140 Strawberry diseases.
SRAINS (Diseases, Insects, Marketin
218 Culture and utilization of grain sorghum
331 Drying shelled corn and small grain
heated air.
332 Drying shelled corn and small grain
unheated air.
363 The southern cornstalk borer.
364 Chinch bugs how to control them.
370 The seed-corn maggot on beans ... be
control it.
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GRAINS-Continued
Control of common white grubs In cere
forage crops.
Sorghum diseases and their control.
Handling and storing soft corn on the f
You can store grain safely on the farm.
Corn production.
Bacterial wilt and Stewart's leaf blight
Buckwheat culture.
Culture and varieties of spring-sown re
Soil conserving tillage systems for corn.
Rice diseases.
Culture of oats in the Western States.
Hard red spring and durum wheats .
ture and varieties.
Irrigating corn In humid regions.
Growing rye.
GRASSES (Diseases, Insects)
Orass makes its own food for growth, f
age, for good land use, for soil conser
Better lawns.
Lawn Insects how to control them
Lawn diseases how to control there
Grass the ranchers' crop.
Chinch bugs how to control them.
Sudan grass.
Grass crops in conservation farming.
Grass for conservation in the Southern
Plains.
Producing and harvesting grass seed
Great Plains.

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31 Buying women's coats and suits.
32 Washing machines selection and use.
38 Buying your home sewing machine.
48 Home freezers .. their selection and use.
49 Detergents for home laundering.
54 Men's suits how to judge quality.
58 Shopper's guide to U.S. grades for food.
62 Removing stains from fabrics.
68 How to prevent and remove mildew .
home methods.
69 Home care of purchased frozen foods.
321 What to do when your home freezer stops.
385 Home-cured meat bow to protect it from
insects.
398 Leather bookbindings how to preserve
them.
408 Facts about pasteurization of milk.
442 How to buy eggs by USDA grades and weight
classes.
454 Making household fabrics flame resistant.
960 Carpet and rug repair.
1 How to buy poultry by USDA grades.
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67 Insects and related pests of house plants .
how to control them.
7 he Europan earwig .. how to control
It atoud t home.
61 The Eastern tent caterpillar.
4 SiEl m ...an aid in termite control.
40 Tbe periodical deisa jtho I*quar locust).
4A Ohindc bugsw ..wtooentsaltbem.
65 Wasps .how to control them.
80 Mosquitoes...how to skt othem. npour
proprty.
87 Wet teks, ,d *wtontrs. lthemln t eites

90 sHote r .p. how tiombrol it.
92 Fleas ... how to control tbem.
08 Ohiggers...how tofghtthem
18 Silverfish aad rebrats ..how to control
them.
22 The spotted 4falfatphid,. .how to control it.
30 Cockroaches ... how to control them.
43 Clover rates ... hew to control them around
the home. -
44 The nardcsus tuib fly how to prevent
damage in home gardens.
53 Row to control bed bugs.
56 little flce... how totontrol them.
08 The cotton leatworm ... how to control it.
75 the cotton fleshopper.. how to control it.
79 The surgarcane borer how to control it,
24 The Mexican bean beetle li the East, and its
antrol.
68 The red harvester ant and how to subdue it.
66 Wireworms 'and their control on irrigated
lands.
18 Control of nonsubterranean termites.
62 How to spray the aircraft way.
74 American fonbrood of honey bees how
to control it.
81 Mormon cricekets how to control them.
48 Aphids on leaty vegetables... how to con-
trol them.


F 2151 The Japanese beetle
PA 875 The Japanese beetle


S... how to control it.
.,. how we fight it.


IRRIGATION
L 440 Irrigation of field corn in timhe West.
L 446 liters and srpens for rrigation wells.
L 458 Replenishing underground iater supplies on
thfarm. .
L 476 Sprinkler ration. -
F 2143 Irrigatig corn in humid regions.
LIVESTOCK AND SMALL ANIMALS


(Diseases, Insects, Maketing)
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Cattle warts.
Hyperatosis of cattle,.
SHorse bots.., how to control them. .
Cattle lice.., how to control them. ., ii
Scrapie of sheep. .
Cattle walkways an aid to costal marsh .'
range conservation.
Bluetongue of sheep.
i Raising guinea pigs.
' Mr. Livestock Producer .. .It pays to use ,
chemicals safely.
Hog castration.
I Milk goats.
Judging beef cattle.
SFeeding cottonseed products to livestock.
Breeds of swine.
p Parasites and parasitic diseases of sheep.
Home tanning of leather and small fur skins.
Udder diseases of dairy cows.
Feeding cattle for beef.
SCattle grub or heel flies.
SAnthrax.
Beef-cattle breeds for beef and for beef and -
milk.
Beef cattle for breeding purposes.
Better feeding of livestock.
Managing winter sheep range for greater profit.
Infectious anemia (swamp fever) of horses,
mules, and donkeys. .. ..............
6Iplants poisonous to livestock In the Western
States.
The fmn beef herd.
Light horses.
Rating rabbits.
Slaughtering, cutting, and processing pork on
Bee cattle .. dehorning, castrating, brandJ
andmedi
Lamb at mtton on the .farm. is
tearing, cutting and processing.
U.S grades for beet


PA 399 The ackers and Stockyards Act ... what It


is and how it operates.
MACHINERY AND OTHER EQUIPM
G 63 uad sprayers and dusters.
t. 4a7 pfliing farm machinery replacements.
F 2121 Disk plows.
1 2138 ose pump for applying fertilizer sout
S. operation ...advantages ...
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F s130 Rope on the farm.


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72 Nutritive value of foods.
74 Food and your weight.
368 Eat a good breakfast.. to start a good day.
424 Food for fitness ... a daily food guide.


NUTS (Diseases, Insects)
- L 384 Chestnut weevils hbow to control them.
3 2068 Chestnut blight and resistant chestnuts.


CROPS


F 8031 Tung production.
' 2119 Sesame production.
F 2129 Growing soybeans.


ORNAMENTAL PLANTS AND
(Diseases, Insects)


TREES


G 25 Roses for the home.
G 65 Growing chrysanthemums in the home
garden.
6 66 Growing iris in the home garden.
o 67 Insects and related pests of house plants .
how to control them.
G 71 Growing azaleas land rhododendrons.
L 161 The Eastern tent caterpillar.
L 183 Cankerworms.
L 184 The elm leaf beetle.
L 185 Elm bark beetles.
L 199 Gardenia culture.
L 396 Protecting trees and shrubs from rabbit
Damage.
L 439 Spring-flowering bulbs.
L 444 The narcissus bulb fly how to prevent Its
damage in home gardens.
M 814 Plant hardiness zone map.
F 1171 Growing annual flowering plants.
F 1567 Propagation of trees and shrubs.
F 1855 Culture, diseases, and pests of the box tree.
F 1872 House plants.
F 1895 Land slugs and snails and their control.


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F 2025

F 2055

F 2085
F 2105


Ornamental woody
Great Plains.
Ornamental hedges
Ornamental shrubs
Plains.
Ornamental hedges
Plains.
Sphagnum moss for
Ornamental hedges
Plains.


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for Central Great Plains.
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plant propagation.
for the Northern Great


POULTRY (Diseases, Insects, Marketing)


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327 Seven ways to greater egg profit.
3882 The fowl tick .. how to control it.
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239 Moderate grazing pays on California annual-
type ranges.
421 Mesquite control on southwestern rangeland.
459 Cattle walkways ... an aid to coastal marsh
range conservation.
782 Indicators of southwestern range conditions.
924 Reseeding to Increase the yield of Montana
rangelands.
948 Sagebrush burning good and bad.
056 Reseeding southwestern rangelands with
crested wheatgrass.
1072 Controlling sagebrush on rangelands.
091 Seeding summer ranges in eastern Oregon and
Washngton.


SEWING


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Fitting coats and suits.
How to tailor a woman's suit
Buying yor home sewing machine.
Mending rmena's suits.
Simplified clothing construction.
Child's self-help overall.
Coat making at home.
Sewing machines, cleaning and adjusting.,
Fitting dresses.
Pattern alteration.


SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION


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174 Sediment is your problem wasted soil and
water.
175 More wildlife through soil and water conserva-
tion.
223 Grass makes Its own food for growth, for forage,
for good land use, for soil conservation.
249 What is a conservation farm plan?
328 Your soil crumbly or cloddy.
335 Farming terraced land.
343 Contour-furrow irrigation.
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NUTRITION-Continued


Culling hens a way to increase egg profits.
Chicken lice how to control them.
Houses and equipment for laying hens ... for
loose housing.
How to buy poultry USDA grades.
Farm poultry processing and marketing.
Squab raising.
Capons and caponizing.
The guinea fowl.
Farm poultry raising.
Incubation and brooding of chickens.
Poultry inspection a consumer's safeguard.
The Packers and Stockyards Act what
it is, how it operates.





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WATER CONSERVATION-
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Grass waterways in soil conservation.
Windbreaks In conservation farming.
Strip cropping for conservation and produc-
tion,
For insurance against drought soil and
water cosie vatimon.
Maklg'andprodnucetse"tw lt
Farm drainage;
Orass crops in conse.isLon m g.
Grass for copervatton in the Southern Great
Plains, .
Managing farm fihponds for bass and blue-
gills.
Managbg farm ffld; wtanSds, and waters
for wild ducks in the Soth.
Stubble mulching in the Great Platns,
Make your farm pond safe prevent
drownings.
Soil conservation tips for sportsmeT*n.

SUGAR CROPS
Testing maple sugar for creaming.
The sugarcane borer how to control it,
Sugar-beet culture In theNorth CentralStates
Culture of sorgo for sirup production.,
Boil and water management in irrigated sugar
beet fields.

TOBACCO (ODilseases, Insects)


Hornworms on tobacco .., how to
them,
Aphids on tobacco .., how to cohtr
Tobacco cutworms how to contr
Tobacco diseases and their control,


control

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VEGETABLE, HERB, AND TRUCK GAR-
DENING (Diseases, Insects, Marketins)


7 Growing vegetables
9 Suburban and farm
44 Cabbage insects .
the home garden.
46 Insects and diseases
garden.
63 Hand sprayers and
16 Growing Jerusalem


in town and city.
vegetable gardens.
. how to control them in

of vegetables in the home

dusters.
artichoke.


Production and preparation of horseradish.
Production of parsley.
Production of turnips and rutabagas.
Production of parsnips.


VEGETABi


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353 Commercilal growing of carrots.
354 Rhubarb production outdoms at In.
360 Growing able beets. '


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The golden nematode of potatoes and ton
toes how to prevent its spread. .
The tomato fruitwarm how to catrol
The onion thrips .how to control it.
Cantaloupe insects in the Southwest ... b
to control them.
The sweetpotato weevil how to control


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445 Electric heating a hotbeds.
448 Growing watercress.
449 Okra culture.
455 The pickleworm how to control It on
cucumber, squash, cantaloup and other cu-
curbits.
471 Mr. Fruit and Vegetable Producer ..:. It
pays to use chemicals safely.
059 Sweetpotato diseases.
291 Preparation of fresh tomatoes for market.
423 Preparation of cabbage for market. -
442 Storage of sweetpotatoes.
646 Asparagus culture.
692 Bean diseases and their control
735 Pea diseases and their control.
743 Hotbeds and coldfmrames.
875 Mushroom growing.
895 Land slugs and snails and their control
t045 Commercial production of tomatoes.
1048 Controlling nematodes in the home garden.
i051 Pepper production, diseases and insect controL
SOB2 Commercial production of greenhouse toma-
toes. -
!086 Growing pumpkins and squashes.
1099 Control of caterpillars on commercial cabbage
and other cole crops in the South.


F 8148 Aphids on leafy vegetables h how to con-
trol them.

WATER


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342
343
344
371
436


How to build a farm pond.
Know your watersheds.
Contour-furrow irrigation.
Corrugation irrigation.
Furrow irrigation.
Land leveling for irrigation.
Electric water pumps on the farm.


WEEDS


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Mesquite control on southwestern rangelad.
Johnson grass as a weed.
Poison-ivy, poison-oak, and poison-eama
.. identification, precautions, eradiation,.


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