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ing. Alfred R. Lee and E. L. Dakan. Bureau of Animal Industry
State University. 26 p., illus. (F 767, rev.) Price 10.
d bulletin gives the breeds, care and management, and marketing of geese.
peaches for market. W. W. Morrison. Production and Marketing
ration. 23 p., illus. (F 1702, rev.) Price 100.
d bulletin describes methods now being used in preparing the peach crop for market
al production areas.
grape diseases and insects in eastern United States. J. B. Demaree
T. Still. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering
au of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 36 p., illus. (F 1893, rev.)
d bulletin gives measures for the control of the most important diseases and insects
)e in the states lying east of the Rocky Mountains.
age by forced ventilation. Roy B. Davis, Jr., Leonard G. Schoen-
d Lowell E. Campbell. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agri-
Engineering. 22 p., illus. (F 2028.) Price 100.
a and use of different types of drying systems for forage together with safety pre-
ssary when using heated air is described. Figures and estimates on costs of
operation, labor, and equipment are also presented.
r weevil. J. C. Elmore and Roy E. Campbell. Bureau of Entomology
t Quarantine. 7 p., illus. (L 226, rev.) Price 100.
n, life history, and control of the pepper weevil is given in this revised bulletin.
r lice and sheep ticks on sheep and goats. Bureau of Entomology
it Quarantine and Bureau of Animal Industry. 11 p., illus. (L 308.)
ol of lice and sheep ticks on sheep and goats by dips or sprays using the latest
g greenbug outbreaks. R. G. Dahms. Bureau of Entomology and
aarantine and Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station. 8 p., illus.
for controlling the greenbug or spring grain aphid, a pest of small grains in the
southeastern States are given.
les for beef. Production and Marketing Administration. 6 p., illus.
10s L 122. (L 310.) Price 100.
ose of this leaflet is to give consumers and others a brief explanation of United
m for beef, and to show how the selection of meat can be made easier for the
aor W. Clay, Office of Information.
Soil survy manual Bureau of Plant Industry, Soil8, and
ig503 p., illus. Supersedes M 274. (AH 18.) Price P
This manual is intended for use by soil scientists edin soil
Attention is directed primarily to problems and methods of making and
basic soil surveys in the U. S. and territories.
Lettering for extension visual aids. Gertrude Lenore Power. Ex
ice.  p., illus. (AH 22.) Price 54.
The purpose of this handbook is to suggest various lettering techniques that u
sion workers to make their own posters, flash cards, flannelgraphs, charts, and 01
AGRICULTURE INFORMATION BULLETINS
Guide to agriculture, U. S. A. Arthur F. Raper and Martha J. Ri
of Agricultural Economics and Office of Foreign Agricultural Rel
illus,. (AB 30.) Price 50. FOR SALE ONLY1
This guide is intended to introduce the reader to agriculture in the United 8ta-
facts about the land and how it is used, the major crops and where they are
principal livestock products are included. Attention is also given to farm fami
live, how they do their work, and the way they help determine public policy as it a
Sensory methods for measuring differences in food
literature and proceedings of conference. Elsie H. Dawson
Harris. Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics. 134
Price 354. FOR SALE ONLY.'
The proceedings of a 3-day conference, held in Washington, D. C., Jan
a review of literature on sensory methods for measuring food quality by taste pan
Youth can help conserve these resources. Soil Conservation Ser
illus. (AB 52.) Price 154. FOR SALE ONLY.'
This pictorial booklet shows how youth can help conserve the natural
Lard marketing as affected by commercial processing method
Harlan. Production and Marketing Administration. 37 p., ill,
Price 154. FOR SALE ONLY."
This report is a description of the more important types of equipment and
major steps of lard processing, and a discussion of the problem of rancidity.
The comparative efficiency of various arrangements of raih'(
stores in wholesale produce markets. A. B. Lowstuter, A. J
Joseph F. Herrick, Jr. Production and Marketing Administi
illus. (AB 55.) Price 254. FOR SALE ONLY.'
This study presents some facts which will be useful in determining the most
of track arrangement at buildings in produce markets in different localities.
Improving soybean marketing through farm storage. A. M. R
Agnew, and C. H. Keirstead. Production and Marketing J
28 p., illus. (AB 57.) Price 204. FOR SALE ONLY.'
This report gives an analysis of storage costs, a comparison of farm and devi
and the usefulness of storage in soybean marketing.
The golden nematode of potatoes. B. G. Chitwood. Bureau of ]
Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. 48 p., illus. (C 875). P
This circular gives the history of the disease, a description of the nematode,
Cultural studies on carrot stecklings in relation to seed prodi
R. Hawthorn. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultux
in cooperation with the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station.
The results of experiments conducted at the Utah Agricultural Experiment
to 1948 to determine how much the time of planting and the rate of seeding
and size of carrot stecklinp produced are given.
Alfalfa for the Yuma Mesa. Charles D. Converse. Bureau of
Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. 11 p., illus. (C 879.) 1t
The culture and harvesting of alfalfa in the Yuma Mesa of Arizona is press
I Payable to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Offie, Wi
American Cheddar cheese of uniformly good quality from pasteur-
milk. Harry R. Lochry, George P. Sanders, James P. Malkames, Jr.,
[omer E. Walter. Bureau of Dairy Industry. 39 p., illus. (C 880.)
cular describes the manufacturing procedure for making American Cheddar cheese from
-dinal, Calmeria, and Blackrose grapes for vinifera regions. Elmer
- and Frank N. Harmon. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricul-
'ngineering. 8 p., illus. (C 882.) Price 104.
ew vinifera table-grape varieties-Cardinal, Calmeria, and Blackrose-are described in
y among hutch-raised domestic rabbits. Everett E. Lund. Bureau
mal Industry. 14 p., illus. (C 883.) Price 54.
,ide a tentative standard for rabbit raisers and investigators in comparing their death
3 circular reports the mortality in the herd maintained at the-United States Rabbit
It Station, Fontana, Calif.
in forestry. Forest Service. 22 p., illus. (M 249, rev.) Price 15.
inities for careers in technical forestry are outlined in this revised publication.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY MATERIAL
and regulatory announcements. Bureau of Animal Industry. August
Pp. 61-72. (SRA-BAI 532.) Price 54 a copy, 504 a year, domestic; 704
manufacturing carded cotton yarn and means of improvement. L. D.
1. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 192 p., illus. (T 1033.) Price
FOR SALE ONLY."
udy was undertaken to show the most feasible means of increasing the efficiency and
g the costs of manufacturing carded cotton yams.
in truck crops of DDT applied to the foliage. C. A. Weigel, A. C.
, and R. H. Carter. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine and
i of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. 20 p. (T
Price 104. FOR SALE ONLY.'
,ect effect of DDT on plant growth and crop yield when applied to the foliage at different
and dosages is presented.
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Vol. 35, No9, September 1951.
a year, foreign.
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Vol. 15, No. 9, September
domestic; $8.00 a year, forei
Extension service review.
a year, domestic; $1.50
Vol. 22, No. 8, August 191.
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Foreign agriculture. Vol. XV, No. 9, September 1951.
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Marketing activities. Vol. 14,
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No. 8, August 1951.
News for farmer cooperatives. Vol. 18, No. 6, September
copy, $1.75 a year, domestic; $225 a year, foreign.
a year, domestic;
Vol. XVII, No. 2, September 1951.
$1.75 a year, foreign.
The Motion Picture Service, Office of Information, U. S. Department of
and distributes motion pictures on subjects with which the Department is
both sound and silent and are released in 16-mm. and 35-mm. widths. EFh
are available from State film libraries; 35-mm. films are available only
Service. They are lent to responsible agencies and persons or may be purcI
of Department films may be obtained from 73 cooperating film libraries in
Territories of Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
2 reels, 16 mm., sound, color.
National Forest ski areas furnish low cost, wholesome winter recreatio
expert and the beginner. This film shows how the Snow Ranger, offic
Forest Service, works tirelessly in cooperation with the National Ski PatrG
safety of thousands of winter-sports enthusiasts. It portrays facilities a
most popular ski areas in the United States, a brief session with a skii
are safeguarded from their own possible errors. (Not in ilm libraries;
ofies of the Forest Service at San Francisco, Calif.; Denver, Coo.;
Mont.; Albuquerque, N. Mex.; Portland, Ore.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Ogden
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