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AND MOTION PICTURE
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF
BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
Costs-Retail Prices, Farm Prices, Marketing Spreads
Miscellaneous Publication 856
concerned about food costs, in one way or another. This
shows the relationship between food costs and consumer income.
y culture: Eastern United
(F 1028.) 20 p. 10c.
ic as well as favorable grow-
ons are important factors to
ared for commercial straw-
duction in that part of the
ded by the Great Plains on
and by the Coastal Plain on
against radioactive fallout on
n. (F 2107.) 16 p. 10c.
-what it is, why it is dan-
w farmers can protect their
he event of a nuclear attack.
farm and ranch ponds. (F
17 p. 10c.
w to plan and manage ponds
rcial production of trout for
p residues on soils of the
rea. (F 2155.) 14 p. 10c.
s management of fields to
nt residues for the improve-
soil organic matter and to
the farm. (F
users of flam-
Chemical control of brush and trees.
(F 2158.) 23 p. 15c.
Lists effective herbicides and meth-
ods of application for controlling un-
wanted brush and trees.
Irrigating tobacco. (F 2159.) 12 p. loc.
General guide for determining when
to irrigate and how much water to
Growing blackberries. (F 2160.) 12
Instructions-from planting to har-
vesting-for blackberry growers.
Growing raspberries. (F 2165.) 16
Discusses all aspects of growing
The house fly: How to control it. (L
390.) p. 5c.
Presents the latest recommendations
on controlling house flies in and around
homes and on farms.
Cobalt deficiency in soils and forages:
How it le and sheep.
(L 488 ao ,
Des *a ccurrence,
and rrec tivenm for co-
balt cy, a cause o ess and
Office of Inormation.
Cherry leaf-spot and its control. (L
489.) Folder, 5c.
Up-to-date recommendations for con-
trolling this disease that attacks cherry
HOME AND GARDEN
Insects and diseases of vegetables in
the home garden. (G 46.) 48 p. 25c.
Tells how to recognize the more com-
mon insects and diseases that attack
vegetable crops and what to do to pre-
Insecticide recommendations of the
Entomology Research Division for
the control of insects attacking crops
and livestock for 1961. (AH 120.)
138 p. 65c. FOR SALE ONLY.
Recommendations for the chemical
control of insects and mites intended
for entomologists, other research and
extension workers, and various agricul-
tural associations and agencies.
Dry kiln operator's manual. (AH 188.)
197 p. $1.00. FOR SALE ONLY.
Presents knowledge of kiln-drying
principles that will be useful to owners
and operators of dry kilns. Also in-
tended as a text on the theory and
practice of kiln-drying and should
prove of value to students of wood
technology, dry kiln manufacturers,
and producers of wood products in
Annual cotton quality survey: Sum-
mary of results of fiber and process-
ing tests from selected market areas,
crop of 1960. (AB 236.) 90 p. 45c.
One of a series of annual reports
containing information on fiber char-
acteristics and spinning performance of
cotton from all major commercial pro-
duction areas of the United States.
The hired farm working force of 1959.
(AB 238.) 53 p. 30c.
The latest report in a series of sur-
veys to determine the number of farm
Tips on selecting fruits and vegetables.
(MB 13.) 44 p. 20c.
An aid for consumers to select per-
ishable produce for quality and econ-
How do your hogs grade? (MB 16.)
on milk distrib
Southwest. (MRR 4
Loss and damage t
transporting hogs. (
Economics of grain d
local elevators. (M
Kernel splitter and
peanuts. (MRR 2
454.) 142 p.
Effects of high-frequ
on certain species ol
sects. (MRR 455.)
Improved loading m(
shipments of Flrii
limes. (MRR 456.)
Effectiveness of a spi
campaign for froz
orange juice. (MR]
Expenditures for pre
employee food serve
turing plants. (MR
New shipping contain
loups: A study of
damage and costs. (
Analysis of select
grades of rice moviz
in terms of U. S. 01
ards. (MRR 460.)
Polyethylene box linei
Golden Delicious ap-
Class III milk in the
shed: V. Processoi
Labor and capital for
feeds. (MRR 463.)
Class III milk in the
shed: VI. Economic
III pricing. (MRR
world: Part 2. Wesl
797.) 742 p. $2.75. F(
Second part of two
ing an annotated, ge
the now useful floras,
A drying and storage
5869. (M 835.) 1
plan with facil-
or wafered hay.
o. 5878. (M 839.)
-tion plan for an open-sided
ring ear corn in cool regions
st Service engineer: Your
to the future. (M 841.) 32
to engineering activities of
Forest Service and the chal-
)portunities offered as a ca-
farmhouse with attached
garage, plan No. 7132. (M
shows well-planned space in
rectangular farmhouse plan.
the Forest Service: A guide
professional employment. (M
3 p. loc.
Ls and answers for persons
in a Forest Service career
I students and graduates-
ur legal training count-con-
ur opportunity as a lawyer
r. S. Department of Agricul-
& 847.) 4 p.
nities for law school students
ates in the U. S. Department
;-retail prices, farm prices,
ig spreads. (M 856.) 15 p.
a Bulletin of the Month.
Antioxidants and other feed additives
in fish diets for minks: Effect on
reproduction and steatitis. (PRR 49.)
SOIL SURVEY REPORTS
Beryl-Enterprise Area. Utah. 75 p.
$1.50. FOR SALE ONLY.
Fayette and Union Counties, Indiana.
91 p. $3.25. FOR SALE ONLY.
Humboldt County, Iowa. 71 p. $3.75.
FOR SALE ONLY.
Shelby County, Iowa. 61 p. $2.75. FOR
Classification of barley varieties grown
in the United States and Canada in
1958. (T 1224.) 234 p. $1.00. FOR
A revision of the species of Monopsyl-
lus Kolenati in North America
(Siphonaptera, Ceratophyllidae). (T
1227.) 69 p. 35c. FOR SALE ONLY.
Vapor pressure determination of seed
hygroscopicity. (T 1229.) 20 p. 15c.
FOR SALE ONLY.
Productivity of agriculture, United
States, 1870-1958. (T 1238). 63 p.
25c. FOR SALE ONLY.
A look at agricultural cooperatives in
India. (FCS C 28.) 43 p. 20c.
Heart rots of red and white firs. (FP
52.) 4 p.
E: To obtain publications listed FOR SALE ONLY send remittance to
intendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D.C.
HER PUBLICATIONS use order blank below.
BLANK. Detach and return to Office of Information, U. S. Department
ilture, Washington 25, D. C. Write or print name and address plainly
ther side. Check only ten publications.
0l F 2158
0l F 2159
El F 2160
0l F 2165
El L 390
0l L 488
El L 489
El MB 13
Dl MB 16
] M 835
El M 839
0l M 842
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Supplement for 1960 to grain and feed
statistics. (Suppl. for 1960 to SB
159.) 59 p. 35c.
Farm machinery: A survey of owner-
ship and custom work. (SB 279.) 27
Dairy and poultry market statistics,
1960. (SB 280.) 78 p. 45c.
Milk: Production, disposition, and in-
come, revised estimates for 1955-59.
(SB 282.) 30 p. 20c.
Forestry and forest industry in the
U.S.S.R.: Report of a technical study
group. 92 p. 55c. FOR SALE ONLY.
National forest wildlife: Operation out-
doors, part 2. 16 p. 20c.
For subscription prices write to the
Superintendent of Documents, Govern-
ment Printing Office, Washington 25,
D.C., for a copy of Price List 36, Gov-
News For Farmer
For loan or purcha-
write to Motion Picture
of Information, U. S.
16-mm., 193 minutes.
Illustrates new lab
money-saving types of 4
to handle cotton bales
The Dust Is Dying.
also black and white,
How farmers and rn
Great Plains are prepaid
disaster by nailing do,
keep it from going m
when the next drought (
SPECIAL NOTICE. For reasons of economy this list
be issued bimonthly until further notice.
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