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BIII ONTHW LYT OF
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
OFFICE OF COMMUNICATION


JULY 1975


PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED DURING MAY-JUNE


FARMERS' BULLETINS
Strawberry insects . how to control
them. (F 2184) 17 p. 40i.
This slightly revised publication de-
scribes the appearance, development,
and habits of insects and related pests
that commonly attack strawberries. It
also tells how to control them with
insecticides and good cultural practices.
Controlling diseases of raspberries and
blackberries. (F 2208) 16 p. 35.
This revised bulletin describes the
major diseases which may afflict rasp-
berries and blackberries, and brings
control information up-to-date. It in-
cludes information on cultural and
chemical control of these diseases, and
also provides new information on
nematode damage and control.
Growing cauliflower and broccoli. (F
2239) 12 p. 300.
This revision describes the varieties
of cauliflower and broccoli and tells
how to produce a successful crop. It
explains procedures for planting, fer-
tilizing, harvesting and packing these
Office of Communication.


vegetables. Information on insects and
diseases which attack and damage or
destroy cauliflower and broccoli is also
included.
HOME AND GARDEN BULLETINS
Home canning of fruits and vegetables.
(G 8) 31 p. 45(.
See Bulletin of the Month.
Home care of purchased frozen foods.
(G 69) 6 p. 25. &
This updated bulletin tells homemak-
ers how to care for purchased frozen
foods-how to manage foods in the
freezer, at what temperature, and for
how long. Pointers on buying frozen
foods are also included.
Storing perishable foods in the home.
(G 78) 12 p. 25<.
This slightly revised bulletin gives
homemakers directions on how to
handle and prepare for storage a wide
variety of foods. It also tells how long
many of the foods may be stored.
Growing the flowering dogwood. (G
88) 8 p. 25(t.


BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
Home canning of fruits and vegetables
Home and Garden Bulletin No. 8
This slightly revised bulletin gives general canning procedures for
fruits, tomatoes, and pickled vegetables. Included also are tips on the
right canner for each food and getting your equipment ready.







This slight revision is devoted mostly
to the planting, care, and diseases of
flowering dogwood and the insects that
attack it. This bulletin tells how to
recognize the diseases and how to con-
trol or prevent them.
Trees for shade and beauty: Their se-
lection and care. (G 117) 8 p. 25.
This slight revision tells how to se-
lect trees for beautification of homes
and streets and how to plant trees ar1d
car e for it. It suggests how civic
groups can take community action to
replace lost shade trees.
How to buy canned and frozen vege-
tables, (G 167) 23 p. 45r.
This revised bulletin gives valuable
information on how to purchase canned
and frozen vegetables. It gives tips on
uses of different grades (USDA) and
sty es of vegetables.
LEAFLETS
Preventing greenbug outbreaks. (L
309) 8 p. 25e.
The greenbu ', sometimes called the
spring grain aphid, is a pest of small
grains and sorghum in the Central and
Southeastern States. This revised leaf-
Iet describes the three known types of
g'recnbug, tbe darnage each can (10, and
nzow to control outbreaks by several
means.
ACRUCULTUR INFORMATION
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Your tree's trouble may be you! (AB
372) 21 p. 70.
insects and diseases of vegetables in
the home garden. (AB 380) 50 p.
$1.20.
The gypsy moth and its natural ene-
mies. (AB 381) 27 p. 804.
Nutrition labeling-tools for its use.
(AB 382) 57 p. $1.15.
Water resources for agriculture. Will
the well run dry? (AB 384) Folder.
Farmland resources for the future.
(AB 385) Folder.
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC
REPORTS
State and Federal legal regulation of
alien and corporate land ownership
and farm operation. (AER 284) 99 p.
Cotton gin operating costs in the San
Joaquin Valley of California-1971/
72 and 1972/73. (AER 285) 12 p.
Cotton gin operating costs in West
Texas, the Lower Rio Grande Valley,
and the Blacklands of Texas, 1971
and 1972 seasons. (AER 286) 16 p.


The small watershed program and its
role in community development.
(AER 288) 74 p.
MARKETING RESEARCH REPORTS
Aeration of cottonseed in storage.
(MRR 1020) 41 p.
Precutting seed potatoes for higher
quality seed and greater returns.
(MRR 1035) 34 p. 50(".
Guidelines for turkey processing plant
layout. (MRR 1036) 23 p.
Evaluating Gardona and malathion to
protect wheat in small bins against
stored-.grain insects. (MRR 1037) 11
p.
Evaluating diatomaceous earth, silica-
aerogel dusts, and malathion to pro-
tect stored wheat from insects.
(MRR 1038) 18 p.
Joint ventures involving cooperatives
in food marketing. (MRR 1040) 30 p.
STATISTICAL BULLETINS

Annual report on tobacco statistics,
1974. (SB 467) 43 p.
Revised estimates on taxes levied on
farm real property, 1960-73. (SB
538) 16 p.
Dairy market statistics, 1974. Annual
summary. (SB 539) 28 p.
Indices of agricultural production for
the Western Hemisphere, excluding
the United States and Cuba, 1965
through 1974. (SB 540) 33 p.
Fresh fruit and vegetable prices, 1974.
"(SB 541) 35 p.

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
Forest nursery diseases in the United
States. (AH 470) 125 p. $3.50. FOR
SALE ONLY.
The agricultural situation in the West-
ern Hemisphere, Review of 1974 and
outlook for 1975. (FAER 103) 41 p.
New directions in Swedish agricultural
policy. (FAER 104) 10 p.
Canada's export market development
for agricultural products. (FAER
107) 81 p.
The agricultural situation in Africa
and West Asia: Review of 1974 and
outlook for 1975. (FAER 108) 61 p.
Cytospora canker of true firs. (FPL
146) 5 p.
3-bedroom house with split bath, plan
No. 7203. (M 1298) 1 sheet. 25.
2-bedroom house with carport, plan No.
7204. (M 1300) 1 sheet. 250.
Nutrimeter: Teacher's guide. (M 1304)
4 p. 25.







Wagon rack for silage-feeding, plan
No. 61,13. (M 1305) 1 sheet. 251-.
Popular publications far the farmer,
suburbanite, homemaker, consumer.
(Lt 5) 18 p.
Annual report to Congress 1971, Fed-
eral Crop Insurance (Corporatoa.
(AR:FCIC, 1974) 30 p.
Report of the Chief, Forcs Servje,
1974. (AR:FS, 1971) 36 p.
Index-Catalogue of medical aad veteri-
nary zoology: Supplemeat 1 5, Parti
7, Parasite- ;hjecl catalog
(Unnurnb) 527 p. 25.85. 1". SAL 3
ONLY.
Index-Catalogue of media a1 d v' e
nary zoology: S 'p} ',;- 2, 1,,.

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Lake County Are," ":<1
map sheets.
UJSD~A, SQS
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Georgia. 65 p. CS rw sh...
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Lox ""32

IDavies s arnd 1ancoeLck i x:-', Then-
tucky. 108 p. -J- 59 ) ip sheets.


Logan C1ounty, Kentucky. 78 p.
map siiocts.
lPLlaski (bunt y, Kent ucky. 121 p.
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Note: Single copies of publcations other C'ea Ih s I" 7,2
may be obtained free as long as the supply permits from tVe (ffice of 'o muni-
cation, U.S. Department of Avriculture, Washington, WC. 225.(, P -e g vea
for the convenience of persons desiring to prchase these 11bla Ions Ln :1a-D-
ties and for those who make frequent purchases of goernent pub ca'on< AL
remittances should be sent to the Superinitendent 'f D.ocumes, Go ,
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402.



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


LII F 2184
LI F 2208
F F 2239
L G 8


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] G78
L]G88
L- G 117


E] G 167
E] L 30.9
F] Lt 5


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Hunterdon County, New Jersey. 131 p.
+ 55 map sheets.
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 219
Somerset, New Jersey 08873
Valencia County, New Mexico, Eastern
Part. 121 p. + 49 map sheets.
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 2007
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87103
Herkimer County, New York, Southern
Part. 169 p. + 48 map sheets.
Suffolk County, New York. 101 p. +
100 map sheets.
USDA, SCS
Midtown Plaza-Room 400
700 E. Water Street
Syracuse, New York 13210
Henry County, Ohio. 128 p. + 59 map
sheets.
USDA, SCS
311 Old Federal Bldg.
3rd & State Streets
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Alfalfa County, Oklahoma. 76 p. 69
map sheets.
USDA, SCS
Agriculture Building
Farm Road & Brumley Street
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074
Mellette County, South Dakota. 112 p.
+ 102 map sheets.
Sully County, South Dakota. 83 p. +
80 map sheets.
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 1357
Huron, South Dakota 57350
Dallam County, Texas. 47 p. + 77 map
sheets.
Giliespie County, Texas. 80 p. + 77
map sheets.
Moore County, Texas. 57 p. + 46 map
sheets.
USDA, SCS


P. 0. Box 648
Temple, Texas 76501
Cache Valley Area, Utah. (Parts of
Cache and Box Elder Counties). 192
p. + 75 map sheets.
USDA, SCS
4012 Federal Bldg.
125 So. State Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Chelan Area, Washington, Parts of
Chelan and Kittitas Counties. 104 p.
+ 51 map sheets.
USDA, SCS
360 U.S. Courthouse
W. 920 Riverside Ave.
Spokane, Washington 99201
Fayette and Raleigh Counties, West
Virginia. 76 p. + 103 map sheets.
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 865
Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Dunn County, Wisconsin. 117 p. + 126
map sheets.
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 2440
Casper, Wyoming 82601

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. 20250.
Order filmstrips from Photo Lab, Inc.,
3825 Georgia Ave., N.W., Washington,
D.C. 20011. Narrative guides for lec-
ture notes accompany each.
Home canning: Do it safely. C-200.
Released 1975. 73 frames. Slide set
$18.50. Filmstrip $11.50. Price in-
cludes cassette.
Step-by-step procedures for home
canning of fruits and vegetables.


U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20250
OFFICIAL BUSINESS


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