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
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Frequency:
monthly

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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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
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:
AA00021347:00177

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United States Department of Agriculture

MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS AND
MOTION PICTURES*

AUGUST 1949
TRUCTIONS: Not more than five publications will be sent free. Technical publications
.hose marked "Restricted" are furnished only to applicants whose activities justify such
t. Foreign correspondents an well as persons not qualified for technical material should
ss requests, together with their remittances, to: Superintendent of Documents, Government
ipg Office, Washington 25, D. C. Foreign correspondents should also add one-third of the
f publication to defray postage charges.
)ications will reach you sooner if you use the label attached to page three.
!ou have changed your address show your old address as well as the new one when you
t that our records be changed.


BULLETIN OF THE MONTH
Dresses Designed for Little Girls
Leaflet 255
he designs pictured In this leaflet show how simple styles, suitable materials, and
od workmanship can be combined to make functional dresses that are also pretty.


FARMERS' BULLETINS
growing in the Pacific Coast States. C. F. Kinman and J. R. Magness.
reau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. 38 p., illus.
1739, rev.) Price 150.
Is revised bulletin in describing the methods of pear growing in the Pacific Coast
s includes descriptions of soil-management practices and rootstocks for orchards, as
as general orchard care, insect and disease control, principal varieties and their most
ble districts.
LEAFLETS
ing laboratory mice and rats. Orson Eaton and Charles A. Cabell. Bureau
Animal Industry. 10 p., ilius. (L 253.) Price 100.
le Is self-explanatory.
ses designed for little girls. Clarice L. Scott. Bureau of Human Nutri-
m and Home Economics. 4 p., illus. (L 255.) Price 50. See above
CIRCULARS
LOds of determining the oil content of tung fruits and factors affecting it.
lix S. Lagasse, Harold M. Sell, Frederick A. Johnston, and George F. Potter.
reau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. 24 p. (C
3.) Price 100. FOR SALE ONLY
le is self-explanatory.
ace of winter oats and their control in the southeastern States. H. H.
'Kinney, T. R. Stanton, J. L. Seal, T. H. Rogers, W. R. Paden, G. K. Middle-
i, and U. R. Gore. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engi-
ering. 17 p., illus. (C 809.) Price 100. FOR SALE ONLY.'
e recurrence, distribution, and importance of this disease is presented in this bulletin.

compiled by Eleanor W. Clay, Office of Information.
payable to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington









Milk-production value of a concentrate mixture composed entirely of southern
agricultural byproducts. E. W. Fires, A. G. Van Horn, J. R. Dawson, and
R. K. Waugh. Bureau of Dairy Industry. 10 p. (C 811.) Price 54. FOR
SALE ONLY."
This publication gives the results of dairy feeding experiments with southern-produced
byproducts consisting of dehydrated sweetpotatoes, dried citrus pulp, peanut meal, and
cottonseed meal.
Feed required to produce 6-pound rabbits after weaning and conditions affect-
ing their carcass grades and cuts. Charles E. Kellogg, George S. Templeton, and
Allan Suitor. Bureau of Animal Industry. 29 p., illus. (C 819.) Price 104.
FOR SALE ONLY.1
This publication shows the kind of feeds used in several types of rations fed to New
Zealand rabbits from weaning time until they attain a weight of 6 pounds. It also deals
with the quality of carcasses and the percentages of the various cuts of meat from these
carcasses.
MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
Testing milk and cream. Philip A. Wright. Bureau of Dairy Industry. 46 p.,
illus. (M 161, rev.) Price 154. FOR SALE ONLY.'
This revised publication on methods of testing milk and cream is intended as a guide
to dairy-plant operators, testers employed in milk plants and creameries, dairy extension
workers, and others who may be interested.
Treat seed grain. A. G. Johnson, R. W. Leukel, and R. J. Haskell. Bureau of
Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering and Extension Service. 12
p., illus. (M 219, rev.) Price 54.
This revised publication serves as a guide in treating seed grain for the control of most
seed-borne diseases.
Converting factors and tables of equivalents used in forestry. E. N. Munns,
Theresa G. Hoerner, and V. A. Clements. Forest Service. 48 p., illus. (M
225, rev.) Price 154. FOR SALE ONLY.1
The purpose of this revised handbook is to provide members of the Forest Service with
conversion factors and forest measurements that are more or less frequently encountered
in forestry literature.
Improving poultry through the National Poultry Improvement Plan. Paul B.
Zumbro, Melvin W. Buster, and J. D. Sykes. Bureau of Animal Industry.
18 p., illus. (M 317, rev.) Price 104.
In this revised publication an attempt has been made to describe the National Poultry
Improvement Plan, its provisions and accomplishments in nontechnical language, and
explain points in the plan that are of interest to the average poultryman.


Some plain facts about the forests.
Price 104.


Forest Service.


22 p., illus.


(M 543, rev.)


Answers to questions about the present forest situation are given in this revised publi-
cation.
Telling the co-op story: An educational handbook for rural electric co-ops.
Rural Electrification Administration. 71 p., illus. (M 685.) Price 850.
RESTRICTED DISTRIBUTION.
This book was written to help rural electric cooperatives grow and prosper as service
organizations in a modern rural America. It Is not a source of co-op subject matter
information but is intended as a working tool for the men and women who have the broad
task of fully informing the member-owners of the Nation's rural co-op power systems.
List of sires proved in Dairy-Herd-Improvement Associations, 1949. Bureau
of Dairy Industry. 311 p. (M 686.) Price 754. FOR SALE ONLY.1
In 1!935 the Bureau of Dairy Industry and the State dairy extension services inaugurated
the Nation-wide Dairy-11erd-Improvement Association proved-sire program. This publica-
tion is the thirteenth annual list of proved sires issued by the Department of Agriculture
since the program was begun.
TECHNICAL BULLETINS
Field studies of the alfalfa weevil and its environment. J. 0. Hamlin, F. V.
Lieberman, R. W. Bunn, W. C. Mcfuffie, R. 0. Newton, and L. J. Jones.
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 84 p., illus. (T 975.) Price
200 FOR SALE ONLY.'
The object of this study was to gain an understanding of the adjustment of the alfalfa
wevil to its environment In the western part of the United States.
I Payable to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Ome, Washington
25, D.. C.









Comparison of methods of supplying phosphorus to range cattle. W. H. Black
and L. H. Tash. Bureau of Animal Industry. 22 p., illus. (T 981.) Price 10.
FOR SALE ONLY.1
The experiment reported herein was designed to compare direct self-feeding methods with
the direct method of supplying phosphorus through fertilization of pastures in areas
leficient in this element.
Normalcy tests of precipitation and frequency studies of run-off on small water-
sheds. W. D. Potter, Soil Conservation Service. 24 p., illus. (T 985.)
Price 400. FOR SALE ONLY."
It is believed that the material contained in this bulletin will be of value to all agri-
!ultural workers who need information on the effect rainfall has on erosion and water losses.


OTHER PUBLICATIONS


Colorado potato beetle. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.
illus. (PS 3, rev.) Price 5.


Bo weevil.
15, rev.)
Bollworm.
16, rev.)
Cotton aph
(PS 17, r


Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.
Price 54.
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.
Price 50.


id.
v.)


Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.
Price 50.


1


1 sheet, illus.

1 sheet, illus.


sheet,

(PS

(PS


1 sheet, illus.


Cotton
illus.


flea hopper. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.
(PS 18, rev.) Price 54.


1 sheet,


Cotton leatworm. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine. 1 sheet, illus.
(PS 19, rev.) Price 54.


Red spider.
20, rev. )


Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.
Price 5f.
PERIODICALS


The agricultural situation. Vol. 33, No. 8.
a year, domestic; 704 a year, foreign.!


August 1949.


1 sheet, illus.


(PS


Price 54 a copy, 504


Agriculture decisions. Vol. 8, No. 6. June 1949. Price of single copy varies
depending on size. $2.50 a year; domestic; $3.25 a year, foreign.?
Bibliography of agriculture. Vol. 13, No. 8. August 1949. Single copies vary
in price, $6.00 a year, domestic; $8.00 a year, foreign
Payable to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington
25, D. C.







CAUTION
USE THIS LABEL FOR ORDERING. KEEP THE LIST FROM WHICH THIS LABEL IS
TORN. IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE PUBLICATIONS REQUESTED IT MEANS THAT FREE
SUPPLY WAS EXHAUSTED BEFORE YOUR REQUEST REACHED US. YOU WILL RE-
CEIVE NO FURTHER COMMUNICATIONS FROM THIS OFFICE OTHER THAN RECEIPT OF
PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE. SEE INSTRUCTIONS ON ORDERING AT THE BEGINNING
OF THIS LIST IF YOU CARE TO PURCHASE THEM. WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS
PLAINLY, DETACH LABEL, AND RETURN IN STAMPED ENVELOPE TO: OFFICE OF
INFORMATION, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON 15, D. C.


tF17s9


LIL 253
-1JL 25


El M 219
ElM 317
0 M 543


Others --------------------------------------------------------------


ONLY FIVE WILL BE SENT FREE


CHECK YOUR SELECTION.










Extension service review. VoL 20, No. & August 1949. Price 10 a c
a year, domestic; $1.15 a year, foreign!1
Foreign agriculture. Vol. XIII, No. 8. August 1949. Price 150 a cop
a year, domestic; $2.00 a year, foreign.'
News for farmer cooperatives. Vol. 16, No. 5. August 1949.
copy, $1.00 a year, domestic; $1.40 a year, foreign.1
Rural electrification news. Vol. 15, Nos. 1 and 2. August-Beptenmb
Price 15 a copy, 75 a year, domestic; $1.00 a year, foreign.1
Soil conservation. Vol. XV, No. 1. August 1949. Price 1W a copy,
year, domestic; $1.50 a year, foreign.!

MOTION PICTURES
The Motion Picture Service, Office of Information, U. S. Department of Ag
produces and distributes motion pictures on subjects with which the Depa
cerned. They are both sound and silent and are released in 16-mm. and 8
Films In the 16-mm. size are available from State film libraries; 35-mm. films are
only from Motion Picture Service. They are lent to responsible agencies
may be purchased outright. Prints of Department films may be obtained fro7
ing film libraries In the 48 States, and the Territories of Alaska, Hawaii, and
TRULY YOURS ...THE DRESS THAT FITS. 2 reels, 16 mm.,
Running time, 18 minutes. Released 1949.
How to get ready-made dresses that really fit-without running
bills-is shown in a new color motion picture produced by the Bureau of
Nutrition and Home Economics and the Motion Picture Service. The fur
the fitting points to check when buying ready-made dresses, and al
may be done successfully at home by women who sew.
Different figure types are likely to need different kinds of altera
ready-mades brought home from the store. This film shows the mostca
needed alterations for the tall slender, the medium stout, and the
types of figures. Before alteration and after alteration pictures are
each figure type, along with the main steps in making the altera
dress. This film should be especially helpful to leaders or teachers of cl
clothing construction, selection, and buymanship. (Available -
libraries.)
I Payable to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Omce, W
25, D. C.









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