Monthly list of publications

Material Information

Monthly list of publications
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Publications
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C.
U.S. G.P.O.
Creation Date:
August 1918
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ; 24 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Agriculture -- Bibliography -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
serial ( sobekcm )
bibliography ( marcgt )
catalog ( marcgt )
federal government publication ( marcgt )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
-Oct. 1944.
General Note:
Description based on: Jan. 1897; title from caption.
Statement of Responsibility:
United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Publications.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is a work of the U.S. federal government and not subject to copyright pursuant to 17 U.S.C. §105.
Resource Identifier:
004892132 ( ALEPH )
01550948 ( OCLC )
agr09001414 ( LCCN )
AA00005314_00028 ( sobekcm )
Z5075.U5 U58 ( lcc )
016.3381 ( ddc )

Related Items

Succeeded by:
Monthly list of publications and motion pictures

Full Text

SWaite or Street No....---.-

: C O ,ly or Town ----------- ---

H crcular will be sent regularly to all who apply for It.

States Department of Agriculture,

i ":-.*:.[AUGUST, 1918.]

A Send. no remittances to the U. & Department of Agriculture.
40yT owi.r of the publications listed herein, except those otherwise noted, may be
ibO t*WA6voat applimation to the Chief of the Division of Publications, United States
wrime tnt Agriculture, Wabhington, D. C., as long as the department's supply lasts.
SiJIV nhtapsrtmnt's usupi is eshasated, publications can still be obtained from the
Madteiaudat of Documents, Gomvenment Printing Office, Washington, D. C., but by purchase
% &pjA;trd tAm prices noted herein.
iPmt pll sreritmnaes to. the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office is not a part
iA filmtan mt cf Agr iulture.

Wo kir-The department's supply bf the current numbers of Farmers' Bulletins is
WAliK'BouIofldet to make it possible to send them free to all applicants. They are
. '... at B cents per copy..
SiSvg Bean: Its Culture and Uses. By W. J. Morse, Scientific Assistant,
eii e-Corop Investigations. Pp. 32, figs. 15. Contribution from the Bu

"i:a1 ".distributlpoa.
d. By Earl D. Strait, Scientific Assistant. Pp. 30, figs. 13. Con-
fBroa e the Office of Farm Management. (Farmers' Bulletin 974.)
for general distribution.
Iant Cream on the Farm. By J. A. Gamble, Dairy Division. Pp.
S ,. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. (Farmers'
t..eal dstfibthton.
Weed.. By C. Dwight Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Physiolo-
IeI Marsh, Veterinary Inspector. Pp. 15, figs. 6. Contri-
h ieprteB'geau of Animal Industry. (Farmers' Bulletin 988.)
B lpt tomakeait BlJTet n 581, and of Interest to cattle raisers on
pi n 'u"tu1e Scientific Assistant, Office of Forage Crop
n es'tis p iContribution from the Bureau of Plant
jlinm hry eing f tin g99 .)
~,~,~ cntr rmtSd haedliag of this hay and sittable for general

.i : .

2: .:.. .I.: .2 1

2 M

The Use of Machinery in Cutting Corn. By H. R. Tolley, Scientifle AssistaitL~ :,I
Pp. 16. figs. 6. Contribution from the Office of Farm Management. Fami.t
ers' Bulletin 992.) .
This bulletin discusses the corn binder and the platform harvester, poipt6::l
the conditions under which they may be used to th. be~ advantages iia i t ;i:
disadvantages of their use as well.
Saving Farm Labor by Harvesting Crops with Live Stodk. By j3. A. Drake,':.5
Agriculturist. Pp. 15. figs. 22. Contribution from the Office of Farm Man-'
agement. (Farmers' Bulletin 1008.)
This bulletin points tot, largely by pictures of actual farm practices, some of
the advantages of keeping live stock and of using the hogs, sheep and beef cattle t
to help harvest and market farm crops.
&g The publications listed below are technical or scientific treatises or bulletins apply-
ing to a special industry or locality. The edition is limited, but they will be furnished
free to persons who cn ase such speelaliaed information, as iea as the s ply lasts.
However, to insure prompt receipt. rent prie to the Superinteadent f D=EaIants.
Experiments With Single-Stalk Cotton Culture in Louisiana, Arkansas, and
North Carolina. By P. V. Cardon, Assistant Agronomist. Pp. 31. Contri-
bution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) August
28, 1918. (Department BaD etia 528.) Price, 5 cents.
Of interest to cotton growers.
Miscellaneous Conifers of the Rocky Mountain Region. By George B. Sud-
worth, Dendrologist. Pp. 45. pls. 13. maps 9. Contribution from the Forest
Service. (Professional Paper.) August 14, 1918. (Department Bulletin
680.) Price, 20 cents.
Deals with the larch, hemlock, false-hemlck, incense cedar, arborvite, and yew
trees within the Rocky Mountaia Region.
Utilization of Elm. By W. D. Brush, Scientific Assistant. Pp. 43, pi. 4, fga 8.
Contribution from the Forest Service. July 29, 1918. (Departalet. Bil-
letin 683.) Price, 10 cents.
Describes the commercial species and the chan.eteristleag e thirs. od.aae l gives
classified uses of same in different wood-.using industries.
The Sources of Apple Bitter-Rot Infections. By John W. Roberts, ~Patslogist
Fruit-Disease Investtigations. Pp. 26, pi. 5. Contribution- trom the Bu-
reau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) August 19, 181.' (De.
apartment Bulletin 684) Price, 10 cents.
Of interest to apple growers, especially in the South.
Typical Specifications for Nonbituminous Road-tiMaterials. By Prevost Hub-
bard, ChemicaJ Engineer, and Frank *H. J.akson, jr,, Assistant 'fsUng
Engineer. Pp. 40, figs. 3. Contribution from the Bureau of Public wo
(Professional Paper.) August 30, 1918. (Departmer t Buletin 714.)
5 cents.
Of interest to read contractor and engineers.
Results of Experiments With Miscellaneous Substances Against Bli-buge,
Cockroaches, Clothes Moths, and Carpet Beetles. By E. W. ot, -
inologist, and W. S. Abbott and J. E. Dudley, Jr., SctentS 'i r
Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) August 28, 191. 0 aert-
ment Bulletin 707.) Price. 5 cents.
Of interest to those engaged in the annaiketare and Bale a *qsht^ .! O )
Spoilage of Cranberries After Harvest. By C. L. Shear and e1ill :s, ens,
Pathologists, and R. B. Wilcox and B. A. Rudolph, SceaUtl Ata Etants,
Fruit-Disease Investigations. Pp. 20. Contribution from the" 'Breau o -
Plant Indiutry. (Professiotfal Paper.) August 1,. (Depi i
Bulletin T14) Price, 5 cents.
Of Interest to growers of and dealers in cranberries generally.
Attracting Birds to Public and Semipublic Reservation By W. L. MeAtee, :
Assistant Biologist. Pp. 13, figs. 4. Contribution frao the Rureagwe iA'
logical Survey. August 12, 1918. (Department BElletiut U71 .P e, 5
For general distribution among organizations and MadivTualt IwAsutAe in th i:
protection of wild birds. Of especial value to those in charge ao pa*S, s e *lu ,
and other public and semipublic reservations..

w te Irr!as reet kar ~Ktablishmeat in the United States.
W e, I,, Charge of Soothern Field Crop Insect Investigations
ahf.the Ftl eraJl lortenltural Board. Pp. 27, figs. 10. Contri-
i$al' t W Biuarea ef Eiatomology and the Federal Horticultural
S :xtI& (Department Bulletia 723) Price, 5 cents.
it:t. growers and importers generally.
S.A4 MA- t, Crope 1916 and 1917. By W. L. Pryor, Cotton-Crop
Pp. P 8. Go~tribution from the Bureau of Crop Estimates. Sep-
S25. (D epartO et Bulletin 733.) 'Price, 5 cents.
-tr;. 'Q. alto eotto gro'we and buyers.
i .efMai er N1em'atlde Disease of Wheat. Pp. 7. Contribution
P tl. .Bareau of Plant Industry. July 26, 1918. (Circular 114, Ofce

H l6ars to larveas the Food Crops. By G. I. Christie, Assistant to the
SWary. Pp. 8. August 2, 1918. (Circular 115, Office of the Secretary.)
atate meant showing what the department is doing to increase the supply o farm

:~a l amd Cab Flow to Save Wheat. Pp. 4. Contribution from the
tJaloas Service; August 14 1918. (Circular 117, Office of the

Sto Save Wheat. Pp. 4. Contribution from the States Relations
SAugust 14, 1918. (Circular 118, Office of the Secretary.)
litelour to Save Wheat Pp. 4. Contribution from the States Relations
Wvi~. August 14, 1918. (Circlar 119, Office of the Secretary.)
1 i ::. ..... ....
':,SE AL..i S.
aal t daIWtL~ tua Researh ( only.) Vol. 14, No. 6, August 5,
.i n,, tents: Anatomy of the Potato Plant, with Special Reference to
Bi tgeny. of tte-Vasealar System. (op G-150.) By Ernst F. Art-
-*ar.-Improved Methods of Immunization Against Symptomatic An-
X'iBacicti ). (eq A-4&) By R. A. Kelser.-Concentration of Symp-
ItflrSmthrax (Blatkleg) Tx)in. (or A-4L) By William N. Berg. Pp.
pis. 21,, figs, 4.' Price, 30 cents.
.. ,t .st 1.1918. Contents: Soil Reaction and the Growth
.bacter. (ot p&an 14.) By. P. L. Gainey.--Effect of Different
Qe on. bte' Carbohydrate Metabolism of the Sweet Potato.
). Uis3 i rich IRasselbrlng. Pp. 265-284. Price, 10 cents.
Nai. &, I~~t 1% 19198. Contents: Influence of Humidity Upon
aSdithe- t stietty of Wool Fiber. (ov Wyo.-2.) By J. I.
..tb t oF, E piste In Some Common Soil-Forming Minerl is
iatB Upon Potash Absorption by Different Crops. (os N. C.-
pamuinr.--Irfluence of Reaction on Nitrogen-Assimilating
(ow Wis.-13.) By E. B. Fred and Aubrey Davenport. Pp.
il.E 2,. Price, 10 cents
il A.gu2st Sq, 1918. Contents,: Suseeptibility and Resistance
Sof the Wild Relatives, Citrus Fruits, and Hybrids of the
-Al(a. A .t) By George L Pe ttier.--Variation awl a.rrelal
iWi t ith Meial R rea.Btesrece to Welght of Seeds IPadte&d. (oz
j Sty A..~.;Aray sa& ;L J. Garber.-Obtaining Beet Leafhoppers
.t as. to Crly-Top. (pd K-70.) By C. F. Stahl and Eubanks
Pg,:. -894a, pls. 4, figs. 8. Price, 10 cents.
.with voLnue 5 the Jonrnal of Agricultural Research has been
l .' Ibated free esly to the libraries of agricultural colleges
-t.tionsi to large universities, technical schools, and such instltu-
utable exchanges with the department. It will not be sent free to
t ..?be' fSuperintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for this
tie :; ies being )$ per year, 52 numbers.
i Recrd. Vol. 38, No. 8, June, 1918. E. W. Allen, Ph. D.,
S'. 7O-800. Price, 15 cents.
*1' r :: .. "';
3,1 i i~ :,; :: :!: ;

;,: : UN

S e f l11u llll.

Eae, o 3, VoL .l"O. : Ah.bstr.act nuw.ra b *.4^:'
tt*NolTaf he record isa tKdhaidbi lter at tt.M b
pertaining to agrlulture. Itt Is at tended ftir
distribution 4Iw restricted .to persons e nue.t
meit stations, and similar. istitutios and ot,:,.t
be seat f ee to individuals having oBfial eo W -
The. Supeitnteudet of Ie ueidate will receiee tian2
which is issued in two volumes a yeart 10 numbers
The Monthly Crop Report VoL 4,N. .8, August, 1918
of Crop Estimates.)
Contains data relating to agriqulttge. inclung tisn.t s. A
yield, prices, and value of crops and live stock. For free '4fs
WiThese contain only information, I.stribCttn a
of food and drugs act, meat Inspection, 28-b ,and quart wa
regulations of the department Issued mea thly Sy eertf :
limited to persons In the employ of the department, to publ
It necessary for them to have such information, to Journals ea)iq
manufacturers and. frms whose business.itifeeteels inbya-:k
respectfully referred -to the. Superintendent of; Doueepa~:p, Gon
who has them for same only, at prices noted. .
Bureau of Animal Industry. No. 134. Pp. 39-2. Ag. 6, 1918.
Bureau of Biological Survey. No. "2. Pp. 3." Aug. 21 ,1 OA i
Bureau of Biological Survey. No. 23. Migratory Bird TaiJ
lations. Pp. 12. Aug. 26, 1918 Price, 5 cents.
Bureau of Chemistry. Supplement No. 53..N.. J. 6101-i .;
Aug. 3, 1918. Price, 10 cents.
Bureau of Chemistry. SBpplement No. 54. IN. J.,:1 1
Aug. 21, 1918. (Price, 10 cents.
Federal Horticultural Board. No. 53 Pp. 63-69. Aug.7,
Bureau of Markets. No. 37. Pp. 82. Aug. 26, 1918

ir Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtalasbl4 ulyl
Weather Bureau or the Superintendent of Documents, L9,
prices noted herein.
Monthly Weather Review. (For sale only.) l. ..
1, 1918.] Pp. 207-264, charti 9, fig1 20.Pr"_ el i
year. Payable to the Superintendent oDf ;D.e.alnt ..'
Special articles: Solar and sky radiation Hesia
H. H. Kimball.-Halo observaons at York, w: l,' .WSil
Weather Bureau an aid to aviation and, artillery
wind with height (in France), Dunoyer and RebolM
turbulence in the lower atmosphere. 1By l~ !Ii
By E. Schrodinger.-Diurnal. variation of 't
weather. By A. B. Chauveat.-Tornado ofYM".
By H. P. Hardin.-Meteorology In. NorMwaye.- .
Iripoll and Algeria. By F. Eredia,-pr~Jiag- 93* a
in Mysore, 1916. ..
monthlyy Weather Review. Supplement No. 10.. 6A.
Data at Drexel Aerological Station. Jaua.fl|-I
and others. Pp. 101, figs. 4. Price, 25 centSi
national Weather and Crop Bulletim Nots 21, 12,
Ing temperature, rainfall, and crop condition
Issued weelty, on Wednesday, April to Oetolnbf
Price, 25 cents a year.

.w .s.o.o .. .
.. :
.. ... ... .. .
: 11 ^ ..: .; :: .... .... ::

Ii. ... ............. i.
'" .. o ..' : "
.. : -. ._:' ; -


IIII11111111111111llllll il
1262 08903 6510

Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd