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S FARMERS' BULLETINS-FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
i... TL.S-eThe department's supply of the current numbers of Farmers' Bulletin Is
iigarily sufficient to make it possible to send them free to all applicants. They are
'for. sae at 5 cents per copy.
At Cagure Under Irrigation. By William Stuart, Horticulturist, C. F. Clark, Assist-
i:.-hn ronomist, and George W. Dewey, Scientific Assistant. Office of Horticultural
a.0 l Po mological Investigations. Pp. 24, figs. 16. Contribution from the Bureau of
* Pla it Industry. (Farmers' Bulletin 953.)
mr"or general distribution.
l0= Hay on Trucks: A Method by which a Good Quality of Hay may be Cured During
jltfalVb orable Weather. By H. B. McClure. Agriculturist. Pp. 19, figs. 11. Contribu-
iWtlon from the Office of Farm Mana-gement. (Farmers' Bulletin 956.)
i, Suitable for general distribution.
i a. Broom Corn. By Benton E. Rothgeb, Scientific Assistant in Grain-Sorghum and
B Eeom-Corn Investigations. Pp. 20, figs. 6. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant
Industry. (Farmers' Bulletin 958.)
Suitable for distribution in the Eastern and Central Western States.
qExperience in Illinois: A Study of the Farm Tractor Under Corn-Belt Conditions. By
i' old P. Yerkes, Assistant Agriculturist, and L. M. Church, Assistant in Farm Ac-
Ctnuting. Pp. 30, fig. 1. Contribution from the Office of Farm Management.
P'tarmers' Bulletin 963.)
For general distribution.
g Grain Sorghums in the San Antonio District of Texas. By C. R. Letter. Farm
.perintendent, Office of Western Irrigation Agriculture. Pp. 12. figs. 4. Contribu-
0n from tbh Bureau of Plant Industry. (Farmers' Bulletin 965.)
iFor distribution in the district named.
on and Utilization of Barley. By Harry V. Harlan. Agronomist in Charge of Bar-
Investigations, Office of Cereal Investigations. Pp. 39, figs. 10. Contribution
mthe Bureau of Plant Industry. (Farmers' Bulletin 968.)
Suitgble for general distribution.
to Storage. By H. C. Thompson. Horticulturist. Office of Horticultural and
gleal Investigations. Pp. 27. figs. 15. Contribution from the Bureau of
dtry. (Farmers' Bulletin 970.)
fdr general distribution.
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ihe Control of the Clover-Flower Midge. By C. W. Creel and L. P. Rockwood, Sclentiit'1*
Assistants. Cereal and Forage -Insect Investigations. Pp. 12, figs. 6. .Contribution:
from the Bureau of Entomology. (Farmers' Bulletin 971.) "'
For general distribution. *
Farm and Home Drying of Fruits and Vegetables. By Joseph S. Caldwell, Plant Physiolor *
gist. Office of HorticulturaL and Pomological Investigations. Pp. 61, figs. 13.
tribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Farmers' Bulletin 984.)
For general distribution. 4
Labor-Saving Practices in Haymaking Shown Pictorially. By H. B. McClure, Agriculturilt.
Pp. 20, figs. 33. Contribution from the Office of Farm Management. (Farmers"
Bulletin 987.) .
A picture story of right and wrong methods of the different operations in hay- si'
Better Use of Man Labor on the Farm. By H. R. Tolley, Scientific Assistant, and AI.
Yerkes. Assistant Agriculturist. Pp. 15. figs. 22. Contribution from the Office'f i
Farm Management. (Farmers' Bulletin 989.)
For general distribution.
The Efficient Operation of Thrashing Machines. By H. R. Tolley, Scientific Assistant.
Pp. 15. Contribution from the Office of Farm Management. (Farmers' Bulletin 991.)
Suitable for general distribution. *r r '
Commercial Bordeaux Mixtures: How to Calculate Their Values. By Errett Wallace, Path-
ologist, and L. II. Evans. Scientific Assistant, Office of Fruit-Disease InvesU~gatifns,
in cooperation with the Insecticide and Fungicide Bonrd. Pp. 11, fig. 1. Contribu- *y
tion from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Farmers' Bulletin 994.) "
For general distribution. :,.
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Tests of the Absorption and Penetration of Coal Tar and Creosote in Longleaf Pine. By
Clyde H. Teesdale, in charge, Section of Wood Preservation, and J. D. MacelAn,
Assistant Engineer in Forest Products. Forest Products Laboratory, Madiso Wis- ,
consin. Pp. 43, pls. 11, figs. 12. Contribution from the Forest Service. (Profes-
sional Paper.) June 7, 1918. (Department Bulletin 607.) Price, 15 cents.
Of interest to engineers and builders generally.
The Wet Lands of Southern Louisiana and Their Drainage. By Charles W. Okey. Senior
Drainage Engineer. Pp. 67, pL. 1, figs. 15, map. Contribution from the Office of .
Public Roads and Rural Engineering. (Professional Paper.) June 6, 1918. (De-
partment Bulletin 652.) Price, 20 cents.
This is a revision of Department Bulletin 71 and contains information bf value to
landowners, engineers, and others interested in drainage by pumping, especially of .-,
the wet prairies along the Gulf coast.
Farm Organization in the Irrigated Valleys of Southern Arizona. By R. W. ClotlKer, Agri-
culturist. Pp. 59, figs. 12. Contribution from the Office of Farm Management.
June 14, 1918. (Department Bulletin 654.) Price, 10 cents.
Shows results of a farm survey of 627 farms in southern Arizona and is of interest
to all farmers in said section. ..
Forest-Disease Surveys. By James R. Weir, Forest Pathologist. and Ernest E. Hubert,
Scientific Assistant, Office of Investigations in Forest Pathology, Bureau of Plant
Industry, Missoula. Montana. Pp. 23, fis. 23. Contribution from the Bureau of ,
Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) June 12, 1918. (Department Bulletin 658.)
Price, 5 cents.
A Farm-Management Study of Cotton Farms of Ellis County, Texas. By Rex E. Willard,
Agriculturist. Pp. 54, figs. 19. Contribution from the Office of Farm Management.
June 17, 1918. (Department Bulletin 659.) Price, 10 cents.
A statistical study of the investment in land and equipment, cost of operation and
of production of crops, and income from different types of tenure in 1914.
Car-Lot Shipments of Fruits and Vegetables in the United States in 1916. By Paul Froeb-
lich. Assistant in Market Surveys. Pp. 196. Contribution from the Bureau of..
Markets. June 8. 1918. (Department Bulletin 667.) Price, 20 cents.
Of interest to wholesale dealers in, and shippers of, fruits and vegetables.
The Diagnosis of Bee Diseases by Laboratory Methods. By Arthur H. McCray, Agricultural
Assistant, and G. F. White. Expert in the Investigation of Bee Diseases. Pp. 15,
pls. 2. Contribution from ihe Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) June e..
21, 1918. (Department Bulletin 671.) Price, 5 cents. .,
Of interest to bee-disease inspectors. -
The Duck Sickness in Utah. By Alexander Wetmore, Assistant Biologist. Pp. 26. pls. 4.;: i
Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Survey. (Professional Paper:) June 21,
1918. (Department Bulletin 672.) Price, 10 cents. :!i
A r,2port on the mortality among wild ducks and other waterfowl in marshes about .
Great Salt Lake, Utah. ..-
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IHEPa e Peaervation aud It~ 'lation to Erosion Control on Wmstrn Crazing Lands. IBy
Arthur W. Sampson, Plant Ecologist, and Leon H. Weyl, Grazing Examiner. Pp. 35,
pi. 6, fige. 8. Contrtbu-tion from the Forest Service. June 25, 1918. (Department
Blletin 615.) Price, 10 cents.
Descebes the damage done by erosion due to overgrazing and .gives remedial
WnMeben e ad Bney Pneduction in the United States. By S. A. Jones. Chief, Field Service,
Bureau of -Crop Estimates. Pp. 61. Contribution frwm the Bu.rea.u of Crop Esti-
,: mates. June 20, 1918. (Department Bulletin 685.) Price, 10 ceuls.
Suitable for general distribution.
Further Studiesu f .the HlOt of Strawberry Fruits. By Neil E. Stevens. Patbologist, and
R. B. Wilcox, .Scientific Assistaat, Fruit-Disease Investigations. Pp. 14. Contribu-
tion from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) June 24, 1918.
(Department Bulletin 686.) Price, 5 cents.
:* Of especial interest to growers and shippers of strawberries generally.
dIeiuMs 1f Same Seed Osil By A. D. lJoLmes, Specialist in Charge of Digestion Ex-
i periments, Offlce of Home Economics. Pp. 20. ContrLlution from the States Reda-
tions Service. (Professional Paper.) June 28, 1918. (Department Bulletin 687.)
. Price. 5 cents.
Tkis bUizetin Tecords studies of the digestibility of corn oil, soy-bean oil, sun-
flower-seed oil, Japanese mustard-seed oil, rapeseed oil, and charlock oil. It is
primarily of interest to students and investigators of food problems.
i adml aof Te U. S. Department of Agri~cltare, 1917. Pp. 853, pis. 77, figs. 14, maps and
grants .90. Price, $1.00.
This Yearbook contains the annual report of the Secretary, 61 pages; 35 miscel-
Ja~ us articles, 548 pages; an nppendix, 197 pages; am index, 55 pages. Only 6 out
of each 100 -co-ies a.[e allotted to this department, which number is insufficient to
supply even its regular correspondents. Other applicants are therefore respectfully
referred to their Representative or Delegate in Congress, as the other 94 per cent is
S. allotted to that body. The Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
Office, Was~ington, .D. C., bnas it for sale at $1.00 per copy.
List of Workers in Subjects Pertaining to Agriculture and Home Economics, 1917-18. Pre-
Spared in .the Division of Publicationt and the States Relations Service. Pp. 157.
P"fice, 1-0 cents.
Revision of the American Flying Squirels. By Arthur R. Howell. Assistant Biologist,
Biological Survey. Pp. 64, pls. 7, figs. 4. June 13, 1918. (North American Fauna
No. 44.) Price, 15 cents.
he Work of the Yuma ndamarntimn Project Experimeat Farm in 1916. By I. E. Blair,
" IFarm Superintendent. Pp. 40, figs. 12. (W. A. L Cir. 20, Bureau of Plant Industry.)
SOf interest to farmers on said project.
S Jmmal of Agricultural Research. (For sale only. Vol. 13, No. ., AIay 20. 1918.
Contents: Hydration Capacity of Gluten from "Strong" and "Wean Flours.
(no Minn.-27) By R. A. Gortner and E. H. Doherty.-Chemistry and Histology of
.the Gla-nd of the Cotton Plazt, with Notes on the Occurrence of Similar -Ciants in
Related Plants. (nl E-9) By Erzest E. Stanford and Areo %Tie'oever. Pp. 3S9-
486, pls. 8, figs. 17. Price, 30 cents.
Sane, VoL 13, No. S. May 27, 191S. Contents: Pot or Pit (Solrot) of the Sw-eet Potato.
(mm Tex.-1) By J. J. Taubenhaus.-Boron : Its effect on Crops and Its Distribu-
tion in Plants and Soil in Different Parts of the United States. (nn E.-10 By
F. C. Cook aan J. B. Wilson. Pp. 437-47-0, pls. 2. Price, 15 cents.
S Same,Vol. 13, No. 10, June 3, 1918. Contents: Destruction of Tetanus Antitoxin by
Chemical Agents. (nr A-39) By W. N.. 1erg and B. A. ieJler.-Relation of the
Density of Cell Sap to Winter Hardiness in Small Grains. (us Kans.-12) By S. C.
Salmon and F. L. Fl-emiag.--nfluence of Temperature and Precipitation on the
EBlacldeg of Potato. (nq G-145) By J. Rosenbann and G. B. Ramsey.-A New
Bacterial Disease of Gipsy-Moth Caterpillars. (nt K-65) By R. W. Glaser. Pp.
r 471-522, pls. 2, fgs. 5. Price, 10 cents.
aamm Vol. 13, No. 11, Jane 10, 1915. Contents: Physical Properties Governing the
MEicacy of Contact Insecticides. (nv Minn.-28) By William Moore and S. A.
Gfatam.-Inoculation Experiments with Species of Coccomyces from Stone Fruits.
(np Wia.-12) By G. W. Keitt.-Nysius erieae, the False Chinch Bug. (nu IK-06
By P. B. Milli~en.-Comparativ.e Transpiration of Corn and the Sorghums. Iny
Kans.-13) By Edwin C. Miller and W. B. Coffman. Pp. 523-604, pls. 1, fi.gs. 1.
Price, 25 cents.
Same, Vol. 13, No. 12, June 17, 1918. Contents: Inorganic Composition of a Peat and
i V of the Plant from Which it Was Formed. (nw 11-5) By C. F. Millrr.-Diecstililitv
of Corn Silage. Velvet-Bean Meal, and Alfalfa Hay when fed singly and in combi-
nations. (oa Tex.-3) By P. V. Ewing and F. HI. Smith.-Effects of V'arioon Salts,
Acids, Germicides, etc., Upon the Infectivity of the Virus Causing tho Mosaic Dis-
ease of Tobacco. d(nz G-146) By H. A. Allard.-A Study of the Pihyicial Chan-ge'
In Feed Residues Which Takes Place in Cattle During Digestion. Inx T'ex.- 2 Ily
P. V. Ewing and L. H. Wright.-Sunscald of Beans. (ob G-147) By 1. G. Mac-
S Millan.-A Third Biologic Form of Puccinia graminis on Wheat. (oj Minn.-30)
-: By M. N. Levine and E. C. Stakman. Pp. 605-654, pls. 3. Price, 10 cents.
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Experiment Station Record. Vol. 38, No. 6. Abstract Number. June 14, i S
Allen, Ph. D., Editor. Pp. 501-600. Price, 15 cents.
lvNoTE.-Tbe Record is a technical review of the world's scienxi
pertaining to agriculture. It is not intended for general distribution, li&i
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be sent free to individuals having no official connection with public inBti
The Superintendent of Documents will-receive subscriptions for this : uldb
which is issued in two volumes a year, 10 numbers each, at $1 a volume.
The Monthly Crop Report. Vol. 4, No. 6, June 1918. Pp. 57-68. (Bureau a
Contains data relating to agriculture, including estimates of acreage, c
yields, prices, and value of crops and live stocks. For free distribution. ,
trAll requests for soil surveys are referred to the Bureau of Soils for attentik,
distribution of same being controlled by that bureau.
Soil Survey of Ringgold County, Iowa. By E. C. Hall and W. E. Tharp. of the U. S
Department of Agriculture, and F. B. Howe, of the Iowa Agricultural Ekperi5 nt
Station. Pp. 29, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1916.) Price, 15 cents. '
SQi Survey of Rapides Parish, Louisiana. By E. H. Smies, Risden T. Allen. J. B. It. Dicker,
W. A. Rockie, R. C. Jurney, R. R. Burn, M. Earl Carr, and Hugh H. Bennett. Pp. 43,
fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1916.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Newton County, Mississippi. By A. L. Goodman, of the U. S. Depa ment of
Agriculture, and E. M. Jones, of the Mississippi Geological Survey. Pp. 43, fli 1,
map. (From F. O. Soils, 1916.) Price, 15 cents. *
Soil Survey of Dodge County, Nebraska. By B. W. Tillman, of the U. S. Department .e
Agriculture, and H. C. Mortlock, of the Nebraska Soil Survey. Pp. 53, fig. .1, ap.
(From F. O. Soils, 1916.) Price, 15 cents. -
Soil Survey of Hall County, Nebraska. By J. O. Veatch, of the U. S. Department of A
culture, and V. H. Seabury, of the Nebraska Soil Survey. Pp. 41, fig. 1, map. (
F. O. Soils, 1916.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Richland County. South Carolina. By Cornelius Van Duyne, W. E. MLeadimW" H
and Thomas D. Rice. Pp. 72, fig. 2, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1916.) Price, 15 :I
Federal Aid to Highways. By J. E. Pennybacker and L. E. Boykin. Office of Public Rod i:s,
and Rural Engineering. Pp. 13, ig. 1. (Separate 739, Yearbook 1917.) Price, 5 cedfts."'
The Soy-Bean Industry in the United States. By W. J. Morse. Bureau of Plant Ind1tAry.ii B
Pp. 13, p]s. 6. (Separate 740, Yearbook 1917.) Price, 5 cents.
Breeding Horses for the United States Army. By H. H. Reese, Bureau of Animal Industiky.
(Separate 754, Yearbook 1917.) Price, 5 cents. .
Cereal Diseases and the National Food Supply. By Harry B. Humphrey, Bureau of
Industry. Pp. 16, pls. 4. (Separate 755, Yearbook 1917.) Price, 5 cents.
The Seed Supply of the Nation. By R. A. Oakley. Bureau of Plant Industry. Ppl
pls. 4. (Separate 757, Yearbook 1917.) Price, 5 cents.
A Graphic Summary of Seasonal Work on Farm Crops. By O. E. Baker, C. F. Brooks
R. G. Hainswortb, Office of Farm Management. Pp. 55, figs. 90. (Separate
Yearbook 1917.) Price, 10 cents.
Statistics of Crops Other Than Grain Crops, 1917. Pp. 55. (Separate 760, Yearbook l
Price, 5 cents.
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National Weather and Crop Bulletin. Nos. 12, 13. 14, 15. June. 1918, reporting.
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