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SEPTEMBER 1975
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED DURING JULY-AUGUST

BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
Control of insects on deciduous fruits and tree nuts in the home orchard-
Without insecticides
Home and Garden Bulletin No. 211
This new bulletin is prepared for the home gardener. It tells how to
control insect and mite pests of deciduous fruits and tree nuts. It also
tells the gardener about the various other insects that do not cause
damage to plants beneficial to man and how to recognize them.


FARMERS' BULLETINS
Commercial growing of asparagus. (F
2232) 22 p. 40.
This revised bulletin tells how to
grow asparagus for use as a fresh
vegetable and as a canned or frozen
product. It also describes pests and
diseases that damage asparagus and
suggests methods, such as the use of
insecticides, by which these can be
controlled.
Home heating systems/fuels/controls.
(F 2235) 24p. 45
This bulletin describes the types of
heating units and systems available
for heating the home. It also com-
pares costs of operation for various
types of units, and tells how to re-
duce heating requirements.
Judging and scoring milk and cheese.
(F 2259) 16 p. 45
This bulletin describes the various
flavors and odors of milk, and the
causes of off flavors in cheeses. It ex-


plains the procedure followed in dairy
industry and in student contests for
judging and scoring milk and cheese.

HOME AND GARDEN BULLETINS

Beef and veal in family meals. (G 118)
38 p. 50<,.
This revised bulletin provides con-
sumers with the results of valuable
research on the buying, storing, and
cooking of beef and veal. Also given
are up-to-date directions and recipes
for cooking beef and veal.
Baking for people with food allergies.
(G 147) 16p. 35<
This revision presents tested recipes
for baked products made without eggs,
milk, and wheat-three basic baking
ingredients that sometimes stimulate
certain types of allergies. These reci-
pes help homemakers faced with the
problem of baking for family mem-
bers unable to eat food prepared with
the usual basic baking ingredients.


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Keeping food safe to eat. (G 162) 10
p. 30.
This revised bulletin gives informa-
tion on storing, preparing, cooking
freezing, and canning food that will
help safeguard against food infections
and production of toxins that cause
illness.
House construction: How to reduce
costs. (G 168) 16 p. 25
This slightly revised bulletin de-
scribes ways to reduce costs in home
construction and includes information
on location, style or design, interior
arrangements, selection of materials,
construction and utilities.
Control of insects on deciduous fruits
and tree nuts in the home orchard-
without insecticides. (G 211). 36
p. 90. See Bulletin of the Month.

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC
REPORTS
Household income-How it relates to
substandard housing in rural and
Farmers Home Administration areas,
by State and race, 1970. (AER
287) 33 p. NTIS Accession No. PB
243519 /AS. Paper $3.75; Microfiche
$2.25. FOR SALE ONLY from Na-
tional Technical Information Serv-
ice, Springfield, Va. 22161
Economic impacts of controlling sur-
face water runoff from fed-beef pro-
duction facilities. (AER 292). 39 p.
A bibliography on the theory and re-
search on household expenditures.
(AER 293) 44p.
The hired farm working force of 1974
-A statistical report. (AER 297)
29 p.
Factors related to participation in the
Food Stamp Program. (AER 298)
22 p.
Land along the Blue Ridge: Ownership
and use of land in Rappahannock
County, Virginia. (AER 299) 34 p.
Evaluation of pesticide supplies and
demand for 1974, 1975, and 1976.
(AER 300) 17 p.
Effects of changes in vertical coordi-
nation on pork production and prices.
(AER303) 23p.
Reserve stocks of grain: A review of
research. (AER 304) 24 p.
Difference in housing credit terms and
usage between metro and nonmetro
areas in the United States. (AER
305) 21 p.


MARKETING RESEARCH REPORTS
Labor requirements and operating costs
in fast-food restaurants. (MRR 1033)
63 p. $1.05.
Pool delivery systems for wholesale
florists in urban areas. (MRR 1043)
15p.
Basic labor productivity measures for
popular breakfast menu items. (MRR
1044) 207 p.

STATISTICAL BULLETINS
Federal milk order market statistics-
Annual summary for 1974. (SB 542)
135 p.
Livestock and meat statistics, supple-
ment for 1974. (SB 543-S 1974) 151 p.
Indices of agricultural production in
Africa and the Near East, 1965-74.
(SB 544) 60 p.
Agricultural trade of the Western
Hemisphere: A statistical review,
1963-73. (SB 546) 204 p.
Indices of agricultural production for
,the Far East and Oceania, average
1961-65 and annual 1965-74. (SB
545) 26 p.

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
Insects on dried fruits.- (AH 464) 22
p. 4 color plates. 700.
Measuring the green revolution: The
impact of resarch on wheat and rice
production. (FAER 106) 40 p,
Agricultural development in Brazil-A
case study of Sao Paulo. (FAER
109). 75 p.
3-bedroom house with basement, plan
No. 7205. (M 1299). 1 sheeet. 250.
One-bedroom duplex, plan No. 7206.
(M 1301). 3 sheets. 250.
Portable footbath for sheep, plan No.
6142. (M 1306) 1 sheeet. 25.
Community building, plan No. 6149.
(M 1307) 1 sheeet. 250.
Scope and methods of the Statistical
Reporting Service. (M 1308) 157
p. $2.25.
Horse barn capacity 88 horses, plan
No. 6148. (M 1310) 1 sheet. 250.
Classification of selected higher cate-
gories of Auchenorrhynchous Hom-
opter (Cicadellidae and Aetalioni-
dae) (T 1494). 52 p. $1.20.
The genus Tiphia of the Indian sub-
continent. (T 1509) 96 p. VI plates.
$1.35. FOR SALE ONLY.








Report of the President of the Com-
modity Credit Corporation, 1974.
(AR:CCC 1974) 27 p.
Index-Catalogue of medical and vet-
erinary zoology: Supplement 19,
Part 3: Parasite-Subject catalogue:
Parasites: Trematoda and Cestoda.
(Unnumb.) 320 p. $3.80. FOR SALE
ONLY.

SOIL SURVEY REPORTS
Soil surveys are available from the
State Soil Conservation Office.
Apache County, Arizona. (Central
Part) 71 p. + 102 map sheets.
USDA, SCS
230 N. 1st Ave.
6029 Federal Bldg.
Phoenix, Arizona 85025
Holmes County, Florida. 61 p. + 40
map sheets.
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 1208
Gainesville, Florida 32601
Colquitt and Cook Counties, Georgia.
68 p. + 61 map sheets
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 832
Athens, Georgia 30601
Linn County, Iowa. 149 p. + 105 map
sheets.
Mitchell County, Iowa. 125 p. + 70
map sheets.
USDA, SCS
823 Federal Bldg.
210 Walnut St.
Des Moines, Iowa 50309


Riley County and Part of Geary County,
Kansas. 71 p. 40 mzap shee.ts.
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 600
Salina, Kansas 67401
Haskell County, Oklahoma. 78 p.
55 map sheets.
USDA, SCS, Agril. Bldg.
Farm Road & Brumley St.
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074
Benton County Area, Oregon. 119 p.
+ 44 map sheets.
USDA, SCS. Washington Bldg.
1218 S. W. Washing-ton St.
Portland, Oregon 97205
Bucks and Philadelphia Counties,
Pennsylvania. 130 p. 101 map
sheets.
USDA, SCS
Box 985 Federal Square Staton
Harrisburg. Pennsylvania 17108
Marshall County, South Dakota. 116
p. + 66 map sheets.
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 1357
Huron, South Dakota 57350
Bordon County, Texas. 68 p. -+ 4t
map sheets.
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 648
Temple, Texas 76501
Marquette County, Wisconsin. 91 p. -
37 map sheets.
USDA, SCS
P. 0. Box 4248
Madison, Wisconsin 5.3711


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.
Remittances should be sent to the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402, except as otherwise noted.



ORDER BLANK. Detach and return to Office of Communication, U.S. Depart-
ment 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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G 162
G 168
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PERIODICALS
For subscription princes write to the
Superintendent of Documents, Govern-
ment Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
20402, for a copy of Price List 36,
Government Periodicals.
Agricultural Research.
Agricultural Science Review.
Agricultural Situation.
Agricultural Decisions.
Extension Service Review.
Farm Index.
Fire Management.
Food and Nutrition.
Foreign Agriculture.
News for Farmer Cooperatives.
Soil Conservation.
SLIDE SETS AND FILMSTRIPS
The following materials are avail-
able 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., Washing-
ton, D.C. 20011. Narrative guides for
lecture notes accompany each.
Energy: Use it 'wisely around the
home. C-199. Released 1975. 69
frames. Slide set $18.50. Filmstrip
$11.50. Price includes Cassette.


Many handy tips on how energy
used to heat, cool, cook, and clean
the home can be used more efficiently.
Home canning--do it safely. C-200.
Released 1975. 75 frames. Slide set
$18.50. Filmstrip $11.50.
Gives step-by-step procedures for
home canning of fruits and vegetables.
MOTION PICTURES
For purchase information write to
the Motion Picture Division, Office of
Communication, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.
Burning issue. Color, released 1962,
TV, 14 minutes.
The provocative story of a maga-
zine writer covering a major forest
fire in the South. His angle . to
make his public understand just how
important forests are, and why they
must be saved. Many dramatic fires
and firefighting scenes. A highly ef-
fective film produced with the coopera-
tion of the Southern States forestry
department.
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).


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