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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED DURING JANUARY -9iBRUARY


FARMERS' BULLETINS


Commercial blueberry growing. (F
2254) 30 p. 35c.
This bulletin discusses the important
varieties of blueberries and the culture
of rabbiteye and high bush varieties.
Soil and climate requirements, propa-
gation, mulching, and pruning are
among the items discussed. Also in-
cludes sections on how to control pests
and describes diseases that attack the
blueberry plant.
Building a pond. (F 2256) 13 p. 25.
This bulletin may help a landowner
to decide whether a pond is the answer
to his water supply problem. It dis-
cusses various uses for a pond-includ-
ing livestock watering, irrigation and
spraying, fish production, fire protec-
tion, recreation, waterfowl and other
wildlife habitat, and multiple uses-


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and how a pond can be built and main-


and how a pond can be built and main-
tained.

HOME AND GARDEN BULLETINS

Lawn diseases: How to' control them.
(G 61) 14 p. 35.
Sec Bulletin of the Month.
Como servirse de los grados del USDA
.al comprar los comestibles. (G 196-S)
Folder 250.
This bulletin, in Spanish, explains
how USDA grades can help the shop-
per in judging the quality of foods.
Besides serving as measures of quality,
the grades provide assurance that tlh
foods are clean and wholesome. The
bulletin describes and illustrates
various grade marks used for dairy
products, poultry, fruits and vegetables.
eggs, and meat.


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BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
Lawn diseases: How to control them
Home and Garden Bulletin No. 61
This revised bulletin consolidates information on lawn diseases and gives
latest information on use of pesticides and herbicides. The most common
and widespread diseases are discussed; diseases that occur sporadically
or in isolated areas are not included. The color illustrations will aid the
reader in quick identification of the diseases.


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AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC
REPORTS
Major uses of land in the United States:
Summary for 1969. (AER 247) 42
p. 85.
Market structure, institutions, and per-
formance in the fluid milk industry.
(AER 248). 40 p.

AGRICULTURE HANDBOOKS
The genus bacillus. (AH 427) 283 p.
$3.05. FOR SALE ONLY.
Sweet cherries: Production, marketing,
and processing. (AH 442) 94 p.
$1.40. FOR SALE ONLY.

MARKETING RESEARCH REPORTS
Grain breakage caused by commercial
-handling methods. (MRR 968) 23 p.
40 FOR SALE ONLY.
Consumers' buying practices, uses, and
preferences for fibers in retail piece
goods. (MRR 1013) 67 p.
A producer-based cotton marketing
system. (MRR 1016) 27 p.

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
Improving marketing systems in de-
veloping countries: An approach to
identifying problems and strengthen-
ing technical assistance. (FAER 93)
85 p.
Heart rots of central region hardwoods.
(FPL 140) 8 p. 25.
Trees for polluted air. (M 1230) 12 p.
250.
Increasing crude protein content of
forage with atrazine on shortgrass
range. (PRR 153) 10 p. 25. FOR
SALE ONLY.

SOIL SURVEY REPORTS
Susitna Valley Area, Alaska. 71 p.
42 map sheets.
San Diego Area, California. Part I.
104 p. Part II. 118 p. + 76 map
sheets.
Baca County, Colorado. 55 p. + 195
map sheets.
Cobb County, Georgia. 70 p. + 44 map
sheets.
Bingham Area, Idaho. 123 p. + 120
map sheets.
Crawford County, Kansas. 50 p. + 48
map sheets.
Cecil County, Maryland. 119 p. + 48
map sheets.


Hidalgo County, New Mexico. 90 p. +
99 map sheets.
Chemung County, New York. 100 p.
+ 34 map sheets.
Kent County, Texas. 67 p. + 26 map
sheets.
King County Area, Washington. 100 p.
+ 20 map sheets.

TECHNICAL BULLETINS
Linear theory of hydrologic systems.
(T 1468) 327 p. $2.80. FOR SALE
ONLY.
The West Indian Sandflies of the genus
Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogoni-
dae). (T 1474) 98 p. $1.05. FOR
SALE ONLY.
Responses and residues in sugarbeets,
soybeans, and corn irrigated with
2,-4-D of silves-treated water. (T
1476) 31 p. 350. FOR SALE ONLY.
Effect of physical soil properties on
cotton emergence: Prediction and
quantitative description. (T 1481) 20
p. 30. FOR SALE ONLY.

PERIODICALS
For subscription prices write to the
Superintendent of Documents, Govern-
ment Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
20402, for a copy of Price List 36, Gov-
ernment Periodicals.
Agricultural Research.
Agricultural Science Review.
Agricultural Situation.
Agriculture Decisions.
Extension Service Review.
Farm Index.
Fire Management.
Food and Nutrition.
Foreign Agriculture.
News for Farmer Cooperatives.
Soil Conservation.

MOTION PICTURES
For purchase information write to
the Motion Picture Service, Office of
Communication, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.
Aim, action, achievement. (Color, TV,
14 minutes).
Forty years ago, a vast earth slide
occurred on the Teton National Forest
in Wyoming. The "Gros Ventre" slide,
rich in geological interest, has been set
aside by the Forest Service for study
and enjoyment. In a cooperative ven-
ture with the Forest Service, YWCA
teenagers came from all over the U.S.
to construct a foot-trail across the








slide. Now, visitors can get a closer
look at this wonder of nature. (1968).
All weather wood foundation. (Color,
TV, 10 minutes).
This film shows the actual construc-
tion of a house using a treated wood
foundation and the advantages that
accrue from this technique. Produced
in cooperation with the National Forest
Products Association and American
Wood Preservers Institute. (1972).
Certain distance, A (Color, TV, 29
minutes).
Describes the activities of the Forest
Service's remote sensing project based
in Berkeley, California. Aerial photo-
graphs in normal color and infra red
color and thermal sensors are used to
detect forest and range problems from
the air. The film covers bark beetle
damage in South Dakota, range inven-
tory in Colorado, smog damage to
forests in California, and Forest inven-
tory in the Mississippi Valley using
initial photos from the Apollo IX space
orbit. The film can also be useful in
a general introduction to the subject
of remote sensing from airplanes.
(1970).


Mud (Color, 20 minutes).
Shows the gullying erosion and de-
structive lake siltation caused by care-
less builders and how these problems
can be solved by simple erosion control
procedures and devices. The funda-
mental techniques that have worked
for years in rural and agricultural
areas can save money for developers
and conserve natural resources. (Co-
operatively produced by Stuart Finley).
(1969).


Woodland,
minutes).


The (Color, TV. 12,


Explains how most woodland wild-
flowers appear and bloom in early
spring. Many of these plants appear
above ground only briefly-long enough
to flower and produce underground food
reserves.

SLIDE SETS AND FILMSTRIPS
The following materials are available
by purchase only. Purchase slide sets
from Photography Division, Office of
Communication, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 2020.
Order filmstrips from Photo Lab, Inc.,
3825 Georgia Ave., N.W., Washington,


Note: Single copies of publications other than those listed FOR SALE ONLY
may be obtained free as long as the supply permits from the Office of Communi-
cation, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250. Prices are given
for the convenience of persons desiring to purchase these publications in quanti-
ties and for those who make frequent purchases of government publications. All
remittances should be sent to the Superintendent of )ocuments. Government
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402.


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ORDER BLANK. Detach and return to Office of Communication, U.S. Department
of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250. Write or print name and address plainly
on the other side. Order not more than 10 publications.


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D.C. 20011. Narrative guides for lec-
ture notes accompany each.
Pitch in for a cleaner community.
C-165. Released 1974. 103 frames,
Slide set $21.50. Filmstrip $15.00.
Price includes cassette.
The Dixon Hubbard family wakes
up one morning to the realization that
their home and yard are getting run
down. They fix things up and then ex-
tend their campaign to their commu-
nity. It's designed to stimulate groups
into developing similar campaigns in
their neighborhoods.
The food stamp program and you.
C-193. Released 1973. 61 frames.
Slide set $18.50. Filmstrip $10.50.
Price includes cassette.
Explains to people who want to par-
ticipate in the Food Stamp Program
what requirements they have to meet
to become eligible, where to buy food
stamps, and how to spend them.
Fuel for food. C-196. Released 1974.
94 frames. Slide set $25.00. Film-
strip $11.50. Price includes cassette.
This presentation explains why the
food producers fuel needs are so criti-
cal. Designed to help people under-


stand why the farmer must be first in
line at the fuel pump.
Forests for all. C-149. Released 1968.
60 frames. Slide set $14.00. Film-
strip $6.50.
Adapted from a presentation by the
Chief of the Forest Service, U.S. De-
partment of Agriculture, at the 68th
Western Forestry Conference, Seattle,
Washington. The set explains that
with wise use of our forest resources
we can use them and conserve them
for the future as well.
Our National Forests. C-127. Released
1966. 41 frames. Slide set $13.00.
Filmstrip $5.50.
The multiple uses of the National
Forests are spelled out in this pleasing
show which is suitable for all age
groups, but of special interest to school
children. It tells about the big woods
and the animals and activities found
there.
Sharing our land with wildlife. C-177.
Released 1970. 58 frames. Slide set
$14.00. Filmstrip $6.50.
Shows how soil and water conserva-
tion measures benefit wildlife on 60
percent of the land area in the United
States.


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