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WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan uary 31, 1921.
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Dibflses and their Control. By C. L. Shear, Pathologist. Fruit-Disease
i ..Pp, 22, figs. 12. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry.
.i.19 (Farmers' Bulletin 1081.)
l d ousea the various diseases of the cranberry and shows how the principal fungous
.p iv vented by spraying with Bordeaux mixture. Intended for use of cranberry growers.
ltj: e t:I g flrdwood Seedlings on the Farm. By C. R. Tillotson, Forest
i. ..29, fig 15. 5Contribution from the Forest Service. January, 1921.
a. oi~tsbUleton to point out simple methods which may be followed in planting and
.. t.i.e. iti farm iand in collecting, extracting, and storing the seed of the common
'SEDikttSt T IB t eW tg and in gwlng the young trees in a home garden or nursery.
i a "' iHanaah L; :Wessling, Assistant in Home Demonstration
do'"ft*w kWeek ao4th. Pp. 40, figs. 8. Contribution from the
ii BWIrte; Denber.; 1920. (Farmers' Bulletin 11386.)
wr a.khrigjbrseads and other articles of other substances as well as
Eh*i1Li rere, Scientific Assistant, Microbiological Labo-
StEhftpe e Bureau of Chemistry. December, 1920.
proposes involved in pickling, and gives the neethod
of pickles can be prepared successful in the home.
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Dodder. By Albert A. Hansen, Agronomist, Weed Investigations, Office of Farage-
Crop Investigations. Pp. 21, figs. 10. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant ,
Industry. January, 1921. (Farmers' Bulletin 1161.)
Discusses the methods of control and eradication of this parasitic plant. Suitable for general distri-
Plans of Rural Community Buildings. By W. C. Nason, Assistant in Rural Organiza- :
tion, under the Direction of C. J. Galpin, Economist. Pp. 38, figs. 54. Contri-.
bution from the Office of Farm Management and Farm Economics. January, 1921. t
(Farmers' Bulletin 1173.)
This bulletin treats on the community building movement in farm life. Contains illustrations of ."
buildings erected in certain communities, and tells of the advantages and benefits derived therefrom.':.:l
Suitable for general distribution. *
iBr The publications listed below are technical or scientific bulletins applying to a special industry
or locrat y. The edit ion is limited but they will be furnished free to persons who can use suchspecialized
information as long as the supply lasts.
Economic Value of the Starling in the United States. By E. R. Kalmbach and I. N.
Gabrielson, Assistant Biologists. Pp. 60, pls. 4, figs. 3. Contribution from the
Bureau of Biological Survey. (Professional Paper.) Jan. 10, 1921. (Department i
Bulletin 868.) Price, 25 cents.
Discusses the problems raised by the starling together with its food habits and relation to other
species of birds and control measures adopted.
The Maine Sardine Industry. By F. C. Weber. Chemist in Charge, with collabora- i
tion of H. W. Houghton and J. B. Wilson, Assistant Chemists, Animal Physiological
Chemical Laboratory. Pp. 127, pls. 23. Contribution from the Bureau of Chem-'::
istry. (Professional Paper.) Jan. 18, 1921. (Department Bulletin 908.) Price, :-
This bulletin gives a report of the investigations on the canning of sardines on the coast of Maie;.
with suggestions for improving faulty methods, for the elimination of all unnecessary waste, and Ir :i
the economical utilization of the necessary wastes.
Utilization of Black Walnut. By Warren D. Brush, Scientific Assistant. Pp. 89,
pls. 14, tigs. 7, Contributions from the Forest Service. (Professional Paper.):.i
Jan. 17, 1921. (Department Bulletin 909.) Price, 30 cents.
This bullet in discusses the property es of the wood, its supply and demand, and utilization by indam-'
tries, with an appendix giving a detailed list of its uses. "
Substitutes for Sucrose in Curing Meats. By Ralph Hoagland, Senior Biochemist
Biochemic Division. Pp. 28. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry.
(Professional Paper.) Jan. 7, 1921. (Department Bulletin 928.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin reports experiments of a preliminary nature, made with a view to securing substitute i
for cane sugar used in curing meats. Of interest to meat packing establishments.
Regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture under the United States Warehouse Act1'
of August 11, 1916. Regulations for Tobacco Warehouses. Nov. 15, 1920. (Cii!
cular 154, Office of the Secretary.) Price, 5 cents.
Para and Paspalum Grasses. By Glen Briggs, Agronomist. Pp. 10. Contribution u
from the States Relations Service. Jan. 19, 1921. (Circular 1, Guma Experihnent
station.) Price, 5 cents.
In The Open. The National Forests of Washington. Pp. 78, il., 1 map. Contribu-::
tion from the Forest Service. 1920. (Department Circular 138.) Price, 20 cents..
Status and Results of Home Demonstration Work, Northern and Western States, .
1919. By Florence E. Ward, In Charge Extension Work With Women. Pp. 25, !|
figs. 7. Contribution from the States Relations Service. January, 1921. .(Deqart-
ment Circular 141.) Price, 5 cents.
The Farm Woman's Problems' By Florence E. Ward, In Charge Extension Work.:ir
with Women. Pp. 24, figs. 8. Contribution from the States Relations Serviue.,;ii
November, 1920. (Department Circular 148.) Price, 5 cents.
Statistical Data Compiled and Published By the Bureau of Crop estimates, 186--190 .O
Pp. 64. Contribution from the Bureau of Crop Estimates. January, 1821...V
(Department Circular 150. 'Price, 10 cents.
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S C. H. Schopmeyer, Assistant in Agricultural Instruction. Pp. 6. Contribution
from the State Relations Service. January, 1921. (Department Circular 155.)
Sice, 5 center.
N.ow Teachers May Use Farmers' Bulletin 1121, Factors That Make for Success in
F arming in the South. By F. A. Merrill. Pp. 7. Contribution from the States
Relations Service. January, 1921. (Department Circular 159.) Price, 5 cents.
Samnue les for Poisoning the Cotton Boll Weevil. By B. R. Coad and T. P. Cassidy.
Pp. 4. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. January, 1921. iDepart-
ment Circular 162.) Price, 5 cents.
Dispersion of the Boll Weevil in 1920. By B. R. Coad and R. W. Moreland. Pp. 2.
Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. Jan. 2, 1921. (Department Cir-
Iular 163.) Price, 5 cents.
Journal of Agricultural Research. (For sale only.) Vol. 20, No. 3, Nov. 1, 1920.
Contents': Composition of Normal and Mottled Citrus Leaves. (iv. Cali.-24.) By
W. P. Kelley and A. B. Cummins. Control of the Fluke Diseases by Destruction
of the Intermediate Host. (vi. Oreg.-5.) By Asa C. Chandler. Injury to Seed
S Wheat Resulting from Drying after Disinfection with Formaldehyde. (vj. G.-206.)
By Annie May Hurd. Pp. 161-244, pls. 6, figs. 5. Price, 10 cents.
Same. Vol. 20, No. 4, Nov. 15, 1920. Contents: Studies on the Life History and
SHabits of the Beet Leafhopper. (vk. K-86.) By C. F. Stahl. Hypertrophied
Lenticels on the Roots of Conifers and Their Relation to Moisture and Aeration.
(vl. G-207.) By Glenn G. Hahn, Carl Hartley, and Arthur S. Rhoads. Degree of
Temperature to Which Soils Can Be Cooled without Freezing. (,v. Mich.-ll.)
SBy George Bouyoucos.- Changes Taking Place in the Tempering of Wheat. (vn.
: Kans.-22.) By E. L. Tague. Vascular Discoloration of Irish Potato Tubers.
(vo. G-208.) By H. A. Edson. Cornwart of Alfalfa Caused by Urophlyctis Alfal-
i. ise. (vp. G-209.) By Fred Ruel Jones and Charles Drechsler. Pathological
Anatomy of Potato Blackleg. (vq. G-210.) By Ernst F. Artschwager. Schlero-
tinia minor, n. sp., the Cause of a Decay of Lettuce, Celery, and Other Crops.
S(vt. G-211.) By Ivan C. Jagger. Pp. 245-330, pls. IS, figs. 2. Price, 25 cents.
Same. Vol. 20, No. 6, Dec. 15, 1920. Contents: Carbon Dioxid Content of Brn Air.
(vx-N. H.-5.) By Mary F. Hendry and Alice Johnson. Rice Weevil (Calandra,
Sitophitus Oryza. (vu-K-87.) By Richard T. Cotton. Opius Fletcheri as a
Parasite of the Melon Fly in Hawaii. (wa-K-88.) By H. F. Willard. Tamarind
Poder-Borer, Sitophilus Linearis tHerbst). (wb-K-89.) By Richard T. Cotton.
Influence of Temperature and Humidity on the Growth of Pseudomonas Citri and
Its Host Plants and on Infection and Development of the Disease. (wc-Ala.-7.)
By George L. Peltier. Daubentonia Longifolia (Coffee Bean), A Poisonous Plant.
(wd-A-54.) By C. Dwight Marsh and A. B. Clawson. Pp. 405-513, pls. 3, figs. 14.
Price, 20 cents.
S. NoTE.-Volumes 1 to 4 of the Journal of Agricultural Research were published monthly volumes
5 to 16 weekly, and volume 17 monthly. Beginning vith volume 18, the issue is semimonthly. The
Journal is distributed free only to the libraries of agricultural colleges and experiment stations, to large
universities, technical schools, and such institutions as make suitable exchanges with the department.
It will not be sent free to individuals. The Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions
for this publication, the price being 51.50 par year Cor domestic circulation and 52 for foreign circulation.
:aperiment Station Record. Vol. 43, No. 9, Abstract Number. Jan. 20, 1921. E.
SW. Alien, Ph. D., Editor. Pp. 801-900. Price, 15 cents.
SWi*NoTE.-The Record is a technical review of the world's scientific literature pertaining to agri-
culture. It is not intended for general distribution and its free distribution is restricted to persons
connected with the agricultural colleges, experiment stations, and similar institutions and to libraries
and exhanges. It can not be sent free to individuals having no official connection with public institu-
tions. The Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, which is issued
in two volumes a year, 10 numbers each, at 51 a volume.
The Moathly Crop Reporter. Vol. 7, No. 1, January, 1921. Pp. 1-8. (Bureau of
Crop Estimates.) Price, 25 cents a year.
Contains data relating to agriculture, including estimates of acreage, conditions, yields, prices, and
value of crops and live stock.
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are not actively cooperating with the United States Department of Agriculture. Persons whose
names are dropped may subscribe for this publication through the Superintendent of Documents,
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S iAll requests for s)il surveys are referred to the Bureau of Soils for attention, the distribution :O'a't
Itrcing controlled by that bureau.
Soil Survey of the Willits Area, California. By Walter C. Dean, of the Universi.ty -.
California. Pp. 32, pls. 2, figs. 1, map. (From F. 0., Soils, 1918.) P rice
Soil Survey of Pearl River County, Mississippi. By E. Malcolm Jones, of the .'.1.
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Bureau of Chemistry. Supplement 91. .(N. J. 8001-8050) Pp. 1-46. Jan. Sx,
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Same, Supplement 92. (N. J. 8051-8100) Pp. 47-78. Jan. 4, 1921. Price,:*
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Special Articles: The law of the geoidal slope and fallacies in dynamic met rolIgy.
Mcisingcr. Economic results of deficient precipitation in California. By A. H. Pa .
of prolonged tropical droughts to sunspots. By W. H. Pickering. An approximate se'W
in terrestrial weather, with salar correlation. By W. H. Clough. Effects of heavy rai
Canal slides. By H. G. Cornthwaite.
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