Monthly list of publications and motion pictures

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Title:
Monthly list of publications and motion pictures
Physical Description:
21 v. : ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture
Publisher:
Dept. of Agriculture.
Place of Publication:
Washington
Frequency:
monthly

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Subjects / Keywords:
Agriculture -- Bibliography -- Catalogs -- United States   ( lcsh )
Agriculture -- Film catalogs -- United States   ( lcsh )
Agriculture -- Bibliography -- Catalogs   ( lcsh )
Agriculture -- Film catalogs   ( lcsh )
Publishers' catalogs -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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bibliography   ( marcgt )
catalog   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 1944-Jan./Feb. 1964.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 026845053
oclc - 02244457
lccn - 75648632
issn - 0360-9871
Classification:
lcc - Z5075.U5 U58
ddc - 016.3381
System ID:
AA00021347:00112

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1959


FARMERS' BULLETINS
Sweetpotato diseases. (F 1059.) 28 p.
15t.
Describes field diseases, storage rot,
and virus diseases. Preventing or con-
trolling these diseases can help growers
prevent damage and save them time
and money.
Preparing strawberries for market.
(F 1560.) 18 p. 150.
Tells growers how to harvest, pack,
and market better quality berries.
Branding and marking, shipping facili-
ties, and methods of selling are also
discussed.
Ornamental hedges for the northern
Great Plains. (F 2105.) 34 p. 200.
Hedges are described and evaluated
for landscaping homes, public grounds,
screening purposes and protection from
wind. Recommendations are for north-
ern Great Plains conditions.
Strawberry diseases. (F 2140.) 24 p. 15t.
Describes the symptoms of more than
25 strawberry diseases. Gives farmers
information on preventive measures.
Beef cattle: Dehorning, castrating,
branding, and marking. (F 2141.)
[16] p. 10.
Describes methods and techniques
and tells why these operations are de-
sirable or necessary.
Compiled by Eleanor W. Clay, Office of Information.


Library service for rural people. (F
2142.) 20 p. 15.
MO sa- rural library service today,
*i4tiLajue and nMed, and how a rural
library systemisi-- organized and fi-
nanced. A directory of State and terri-
torial library extension agencies is in-
cluded.
Irrigating corn in humid regions. (F
2143.) 16 p. 10.
Gives step-by-step instructions for
methods farmers can use to figure out
when to irrigate and gives suggestions
on good management practices.
Managing farm fields, wetlands, and
waters for wild ducks in the South.
(F 2144.) 14 p. 10.
An aid in the Nation'x.Lservation
of wild ducks by ggp-uck
foods as part of eir aril ail aICI r
conservation plans. T practlcesapply
to the South. / 7

LEAFLETS


Powder-post bj in bflings: Whl?
to do about er (Q 358.) [8] /
5 0. 3,of
Brings up-to-d a ihforman- -non
destructiveness of t eetlesrways
of detecting their damage, as well as
what to do about them.


BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
Growing Chrysanthemums in the Home Garden
Home and Garden Bulletin 65
Tells home gardeners how to care for chrysanthemums and how to select
and plant them.


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Scrapie of sheep. (L 457.) Folder. 5C.
Describes the symptoms of the dis-
ease, how it develops, and how it
spreads.
Autumn olive for wildlife and other
conservation uses. (L 458.) [8] p.
5.
Tells of uses for wildlife, as screens
and barriers, for erosion control, and
for ornament.
Cattle walkways: An aid to coastal
marsh range conservation. (L 459.)
8 p. 10.
Explains the advantages of the walk-
ways and tells how to construct them.
What is a conservation ranch plan?
(L 460.) Folder. 10.
Describes the process of making such
a plan and how the rancher gets the
help of Soil Conservation Service tech-
nicians through his soil conservation
district.
Beltsville energy-saving kitchen, de-
sign No. 2. (L 463.) Folder. 50.
Describes and illustrates a kitchen
designed and tested by housing spe-
cialists of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture for homemakers who must
conserve their energy.

HOME AND GARDEN
BULLETINS
Growing chrysanthemums in the home
garden. (G 65.) 8 p. 50. See Bulle-
tin of the Month.
Growing iris in the home garden.
(G 66.) 8 p. 50.
Tells how to prepare the soil; when,
where, and how to plant; how to care
for the plants; and how to propagate
them.

AGRICULTURE HANDBOOKS
Television film catalog of the U. S.
Department of Agriculture. (AH
131.) 37 p. 200. FOR SALE ONLY.
Lists the motion pictures, all in
16mm width, of popular and specialized
interest that are available for tele-
vision showings.
Snow-survey sampling guide. (AH 169.)
38 p. 250. FOR SALE ONLY.


This guide was prepared to promote
efficient and accurate snow surveying,
to establish uniform sampling pro-
cedures, and to insure uniform results.
Increasing potato-harvester efficiency.
(AH 171.) 13 p. 15. FOR SALE
ONLY.
The purpose is to provide informa-
tion for practical use by potato growers
in the efficient operation of mechanical
equipment.

AGRICULTURE INFORMATION
BULLETINS
Growing dates in the United States.
(AB 207.) 50 p. 30f. FOR SALE
ONLY.
Summarizes information on date cul-
ture in the Southwestern United States.
Is intended to give essential informa-
tion for inexperienced growers, stu-
dents of horticulture, home growers,
and others interested in the produc-
tion of this unique fruit crop.
Availability of water to crops on saline
soils. (AB 210.) 10 p. 100.
Research results on the relationship
of saline soils to water intake of plants.

HOME ECONOMICS
RESEARCH REPORTS
Quality of apples for household use:
Histological, chemical, and palata-
bility studies. (HERR 8.) 79 p. 40f.
FOR SALE ONLY.
Factors influencing the palatability,
vitamin content, and yield of cooked
beef. (HERR 9.) 83 p. 50f.

MARKETING RESEARCH
REPORTS
Heat leakage through floors, walls, and
ceilings of apple storage. (MRR
315.) 65 p. 400.
Candling and cartoning eggs at country
plants. (MRR 366.) 16 p. 100.
Evaluating soybeans by dielectric
analysis and other methods. (MRR
367.) 36 p. 250.
Sour cream: A study of its market
potential in Des Moines, Iowa. (MRR
368.) [43] p. 250.








Effectiveness of selected canned food
displays in supermarkets. (MRR
371.) 30 p. 200.
Effect of consumer purchases of non-
fat dry milk on purchases of fresh,
evaporated, and filled milk. (MRR
372.) 32 p. 200.
Marketing domestic dates: Packing-
house practices and costs. (MRR
373.) 19 p. 150.

MISCELLANEOUS
PUBLICATIONS
Covered feeder for cattle, type B, plan
No. 5862. (M 802.) 1 sheet. 50.
Describes and illustrates a cattle
feeder of pole-type construction.
Combination lamb brooder and ewe
feeder, plan No. 5863. (M 804.) 1
sheet. 50.
Illustrates and describes an 8-foot
unit that contains four individual
brooders.
Shed roof construction, plans Nos. 5855,
5856, 5857. 5858. (M 806.) 1 sheet. 50.
Describes and illustrates four plans
for shed roof construction.
Three-way cutting gates for sheep, plan
No. 5859. (M 807.) 1 sheet. 50.
Illustrates a portable chute with
three-way cutting gate.


PRODUCTION RESEARCH
REPORTS
A guide to intensive coffee culture.
(PRR 31.) 51 p. 25. FOR SALE
ONLY.

SOIL SURVEYS


Chambers County, Alabama.
$2.50. FOR SALE ONLY.
De Soto County, Mississippi.
$2.00. FOR SALE ONLY.
Grand Isle County, Vermont.
$1.00. FOR SALE ONLY.


53 p.

62 p.

49 p.


Marshall County, Alabama. 61 p. $2.50.
FOR SALE ONLY.
Maury County, Tennessee. 94 p. $2.50.
FOR SALE ONLY.
Preston County, West Virginia. 49 p.
$2.50. FOR SALE ONLY.
Rockingham County, New Hampshire.
78 p. $3.00. FOR SALE ONLY.
Scott County, Minnesota. 93 p. $2.00.
FOR SALE ONLY.

TECHNICAL BULLETINS
The demand, supply, and price struc-
ture for eggs. (T 1204.) 157 p. 500.
FOR SALE ONLY.


NOTE: To obtain publications listed FOR SALE ONLY send remittance to
the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25,
D. C. FOR OTHER PUBLICATIONS use order blank below.


ORDER BLANK. Detach and return to Office of Information, U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture, Washington 25, D. C. Write or print name and address
plainly on the other side. Check only ten publications.


o F 1059
D F 1560
[] F 2105
D1 F 2140


D F 2141
0 F 2142
o F 2143
D F 2144


[ L 358
D L 457
f- L 458
E] L 459


[ L 460
] L 463
[I G 65
SG 66


O M 802
0 M 804
0 M 806
D M 807


Others




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Eighteen years of selection timber
management on the Crossett Experi-
mental Forest. (T 1206.) 68 p. 300.
FOR SALE ONLY.
Changes in American textile industry:
Competition, structure, facilities,
costs. (T 1210.) 337 p. $1.00. FOR
SALE ONLY.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Food consumption and dietary levels
of households as related to the age
of homemaker, United States-by
region. (HFC 14.) 134 p. 750. FOR
SALE ONLY.
Supplement for 1959 to Statistics on
cotton and related data. (Suppl. for
1959 to SB 99.) 125 p, 550. FOR
SALE ONLY.
Agricultural outlook charts, 1960. 78
p. 450. FOR SALE ONLY.
Farm mechanization in the Soviet
Union: Report of a technical study
group. 33 p. 250. FOR SALE ONLY.
Foreign agricultural trade outlook
charts, 1960. 59 p. 35t. FOR SALE
ONLY.
Report on the State agricultural experi-
ment stations, 1958. 15 p. 150. FOR
SALE ONLY.


Report of the Chief of the Forest
Service, 1958. 39 p. 30f. FOR SALE
ONLY.


PERIODICALS
For subscription prices write to the
Superintendent of Documents, Govern-
ment Printing Office, Washington 25,
D. C., for a copy of Price List 36,
Government Periodicals.
Agricultural Marketing.
Agricultural Research.
Agricultural Situation.
Agriculture Decisions.
Bibliography of Agriculture.
Extension Service Review.
Foreign Agriculture.
News For Farmer Cooperatives.
Rural Lines.
Soil Conservation.

MOTION PICTURES
For loan or purchase information
write to Motion Picture Service, Office
of Information, U. S. Department of
Agriculture, Washington 25, D. C.
A Look at Soviet Agriculture. Sound,
in color. 16mm, 18 minutes. Report
of a visit to ten major farming regions
of the USSR by an Agricultural Eco-
nomics Delegation.


SPECIAL NOTICE. For reasons of economy this list will
be issued bimonthly until further notice.


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