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of Documents, Governmt Prikting Office, Washington, D. C., but by pur-
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all remittances to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office is not a part
United States Department of Agriculture.
S.LY LIST GN OF PUBLICATIONS
FARMERS' BULLETINS, 1929
IMp16ethis discuss In nontechnical language a wide variety of subjects pertaining
nof clean milk. Ernest Kelly, Bureau of Dairy Industry. 18 p., figs.
Bulletin. 602 F., Revised.) Price, 50.
~a, Send no remittance to the S Department of. Agricultureau of Dairy
Sarn.1 ofi the genera. 7. (Farmers' Bulletin, eept thoRevise otherwise noted, ma
th eafarmstead. Furman Lloyd Mulford, Bureau of Plant Industry.
Sf. n application to B United States Department of Agriculture, Washing-10
k..:i ins illet. Joth n H. Martin, Bureau of Plant Industry. 13 p., igs. 4.p
t 1hSe noted, ais rented to aumployes of or cooperators with the department.
mliial flowering ppl ants C. puC orbett and F. L. Mulford, Bureau ofm the
g'idal try. 62 p., figs. 60. (Farmers' Bulletin 1171 F., Revised.)
oniing death camas. C. Dwight Marsh and A. B. Clawson, Bureau
I Industry.. 10 p., figs. 7. (Farmers' Bulletin 1273 F., Revised.)
d eDcument.or, home laundering. Prepared by the division of textiles b p
Srmittace to t Superintendent of DEcnmics. 37 p., figsrect. 10. (Farmers' Bulletin a part
.... .. GENERAL PUBLICATIONS
-It..; : FARMERS' BULLETINS
.illettis discuss In nontechnical language a wide variety of subjects pertaining
anand farm home.
Sof leran milk. Ernest Kell, Bureau of Dairy Industry. 18 p., figs.
if Dulietin 102 F., Revised.) Price, 50.
~s and cream on the farm. u of Public Roads. 25 p., figs. 18.Dairy
..~i, figs. 7. (Farmers' Bulletin 976 F., Revised.) Price, 5.5.
Sarmtead. Furmand rye. d Mulford, W. Leukel, Bureau of Plant Industry.
Ag-42. (Farmers' Bulletin 1087 F., Revised.) Price, 10.
.t millet. John H. Martin, Bureau of Plant Industry. 13 p., figs. 4.
W.Bllnetin 162 F., 1Revised .) Price, 50.
tnniiatl flowering plants. L. C. Corbett and F. L. Mulford, Bureau of
t. Industry. 62 p., figs. 60. (Farmers' Bulletin 1171 F., Revised.)
Sonig death cs. Cbined haighrvester-thresher and Hurawson, Bureau
.n|idu.:ry.: 10 p., figs. 7. (Farmers' Bulletin 1608 3 F. Revised),
ii nept o home laundering. Prepared by the division of textiles
pg ,.i0ureau of Home Economics. 37 p., figs. 10. (Farmers' Bulletin
ai.ingin M. A. Jull, Bureau of Animal Industry. 28 p., figs.
B'ulhfin 1524 F., Revised.) Price, 50.
,,:,,WIs' A J;A. ones, Buregu of Public Roads. 25 p., figs. 18.
uttint. 1608 F.) Price,' St.
oa;.f wheat and rye. I. W. Leukel, Bureau of Plant Industry.
J'$ (Psfrks Bulltiun 1607' F.) Price, 5e.
4 of.o!the combined. hrvester-thresher. W. M. Hurst, Bureau
...p, figs. : (Farmers' Bulletin 1608 F.) Price, 5.
.I3Mbei-n g with July, 1920.
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.": 'i. I:": 9r"': '" '": :!:.: : ,;,:,<,.% 1: ,.I
* (Farierz' Bulletin 160 .Y),. Price, 56.
Da fafi r for beginners B. Shepherd, Bureau of Dairy Industry. 14 p
Sflgs. T7 (F es'lBulletyn l10 F.) Price, 5i.
F0t laws for fepspn 1909-0. Frank L Earnshaw and Frank G. Grina
ureau of Biologfcfl uye 30 p. (Farmers' Bulletin 1618 F.) Price,
T s/series carries polglar qiterial of the same general character as that carrie, la
the Farmtrs) l~fiUpeti eBpt that the leaflets are confined to specife "tractufaIure.J3
recomm n ddatioA, l remnedip and methods. They are brief and concise, written ta in
formal, popular s .)?#da are limited to eight pages.
Hygiene in fox farming. Karl B. Hanson, Bureau of Biological Survey. 6 p
figs. 4. (Leaflet 47 L.) Price, 50.
How to make a cat trap. James Silver and Frank N. Jarvis, Bureau of BiologJ
cal Survey. 4 p., fig. 1. (Leaflet 50 L.) Price, 50.
Improving cattle in areas freed of ticks. John R. Mohler, Bureau of Animal 1
Industry. 8 p., figs. 6. (Leaflet 51 L.) Price, 50.
The Department Bulletins are technical or scientific in nature and apply to a spee4.i
crop, industry, or locality. This series ends with No. 1500, and -is ssuneeteed by t.
Technical Bulletin series. The editions are limited.
Legal phases of cooperative associations. L. S. tulbert, Bureau of A ttRAl
Economics. 126 p. (Department Bulletin 1106 D., Revised.) Price, .204
Cover type and fire control in the national forests of northern Califtonia. C..
Show and E. I. Kotok, Forest Service. 36 p., figs. 11. (Department uBn.i
1495 D.) Price, 100.
DEPARTMENT CIRCULARS '
This series carries the less technical and more informal material of the same gensA
nature as that in the Department Bulletin series. ';
The range crane flies in California. C. M. Packard and B. G. Thompson, Burei f
of Entomology. 8 p., figs. 5. (Department Circular 172, Revised.) Price, U1
The Technical Bulletins contain the results of scientific and research work applyflig t
a special crop, industry, or locality. The editions are limited, as they are intka4
primarily for scientific workers and subject-matter specialists.
Imported insect enemies of the gipsy moth and the brown-tail moth. A. F. Bur
and S. S. Crossman, Bureau of Entomology. 148 p., figs. 55, pls. 6.. (Techni
Bulletin 86 T.) Price, 500.
Yields of barley in the United States and Canada, 1922-1926. H. V. Harlan, R1W
reau of Plant Industry; L. H. Newman, Dominion of Canada Exped-ci. |
Farms; and Mary L. Martini, Bureau of Plant Industry. 84 p. (Teebiei
Bulletin 96 T.) Price, 150.
Biology of the cotton boll weevil at Florence, S. C. F. A. Fenton and' 1.I
Dunnam. Bureau of Entomology. 76 p., figs. 36. (Technical Bulletin 112
Studies in time and rate of irrigating potatoes in Colorado. W. C. Edmnundt i
Bureau of Plant Industry. 22 p., figs. 10. (Technical Bulletin 118S
Bud selection in the Washington Navel orange: Progeny tests of limb variatd
A. D. Shamel, Carl S. Pomeroy, and R. E. Caryl, Bureau of Plant I14di
72 p., 42 figs. (Technical Bulletin 123 T.) Price, 200.
Agricultural survey of Europe: The Danube Basin-Part 2, Rumania, fBulgari;4,
Yugoslavia. Louis G. Michael, Bureau of Agricultural Econonies. i
figs. 4. (Technical Bulletin 126 T.) Price, 30. .
Spacing and date-of-seeding experiments with grain sorghums. John I. MS &
John B. Sieglinger, A. F. Swanson, D. R. Burnham, H. Y. Clemmer, .
Coles, F. E. Keating, and W. M. Osborn, Bureau of Plant Industry 'T
figas 9. (Technical Bulletin 131 T.) Price, 100.
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I.: Investigations on the handling of Bartlett pears from Pacific coast districts. J. R.
SMagness and H. C. Diehl, Bureau of Plant Industry, and F. W. Allen, Cali-
fbrnia Agricultural Experiment Station. 28 p., figs. 11. (Technical Bulletin
S140 T.) Price, 100.
I: "'i.fe history of the oriental peach moth ip Georgia. Oliver I. Snapp and H. S.
Swingle, Bureau of Entomology. 16 p., figs. 3. (Technical Bulletin 152 T.),
:'iKeeping quality of butter made from cream of various acidities. William White,
,~. 0. S. Trimble, and H. L. Wilson, Bureau of Dairy Industry. 8 p. (Technical/
SBulletin 159 T.) Price, 50.
iT. TPhMis series carries the less technical and more informal material of the same general
it, ture as that in the Technical Bulletin series.
Spliept0ved reindeer handling. Lawrence J. Palmer, Bureau of Biological Survey.
18 p., figs. 2. (Circular 82 C.) Price, 50.
I^.:Vitarins in food materials. Sybil L. Smith, Office of Experiment Stations, and
A Hazel E. Munsell, Bureau of Home Economics. 55 p., pls. 3. (Circular
84 0.) Price, 150.
: Variety tests of sugarcanes in Louisiana during the crop year 1927-28. George
i.". Arceneaux and F. D. Stevens, Bureau of Plant Industry. 16 p. (Circular
~ :88-C.) Price, 50.
i. Rate of deterioration of sugar content of some P. O. J. sugarcane varieties in Louisi-
ana. G. B. Sartoris, Bureau of Plant Industry. 27 p. (Circular 97 C.)
i::Biness analysis of the tobacco growers' cooperative association. John J. Scanlan,
Bureau of Agricultural Economics, and J. M. Tinley, collaborator. 152 p.,
: figs. 20. (Circular 100 C.) Price, 250.
i: MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
S. This series includes those publications of a miscellaneous nature which do not fall
il within any of the other series issued by the department, particularly those of a size
Other than octavo. Such publications were formerly issued as Miscellaneous Circulars.
|V Volume, yield, and stand tables for second-growth southern pines. Prepared by
SOffice of Forest Experiment Stations, Forest Service, and Cooperating Agen-
d' cies. 202 p. (Miscellaneous Publication 50 M.) Price, 250.
. Reliability of the tuberculin test. John R. Mohler, Bureau of Animal Industry.
4 p., figs; 2. (Miscellaneous Publication 59 M.) Price, 50.
L; List of technical workers in the Department of Agriculture, and outline of depart-
ment functions, 1929. Compiled in the Office of Personnel and Business Admin-
S traction. 117 p. (Miscellaneous Publication 63 M.) Price, 150.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS
S..uch uMtices of judgment, decisions, and instructions as are necessary in the enforce-
..int of regulatory acts are contained in these announcements. They are issued monthly
i d. asi necessary by certain bureaus. Free distribution is limited to persons, to manufac-
t rrers and firms whose business is affected by the announcements.
endment to rules and regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture for the enforce-
."tient of the produce agency act. Amendment No. 1 to Service and Regulatory
A: Announcements No. 107. 2 p. (S. R. A., B. A. E., No. 107, Amdt. 1.)
gt#ies of Judgment under the Food and Drugs Act. (N. J., F. D. 16351-16375.)
I.oifi.cation of pink bollworm quarantine. Amendment No. 5 to rules and regula-
eifits supplemental to Notice of Quarantine No. 52 (Revised.) 2 p. (P Q.
C. -Q. 52, Amdt. 5.)
apdification of phony peach disease quarantine regulations. Amendment No. 1 to
eiWes: and regulations supplemental to Notice of Quarantine No. 67. 2 p.
*i(f.. Q. C. A.-Q. 67, Amdt. 1.)
W'egations pursuant to Public Resolution No. 47, Seventieth Congress, entitled
TI p 'io provide for eradication of pink bollworm and authorizing an appropriation
tbdirefor," approved May 21, 1928. 2 p. (P. Q. C. A. Reg.)
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These reports cohsist of two parts: (1) A soil map in colors showing :N
distribution of the different Balls in the area covered by the survey; and :
report containing brief descriptions of the area, its climate and aenl
descriptions of the soils. They are of interest and value prima to sfl
area surveyed and to soil specialists. All requests for Soil Surveys are m
Bureau of Chemistry and. Sois which controls their distribution. .. .
Georgia, Calhoun County. Price, 154. Michigan, Livingston Couist:.
Georgia, Randolph County. Price, 20. New Jersey, Salem area.. Prles
Michigan, Antrim County. Price, 200. North Carolina. North-Aalxta
Michigan, Barry County. Price, 150. Price 200. i :
Michigan, Isabella County. Price,-. 15.:
How to get the last tick. W. M. MacKellar, Bureau of Animal Indiat
Mango culture in Hawaii. W. T. Pope, horticulturist 27 p., plI. 1I.
Bulletin 58.) Price, 200. .
Report of the Virgin Islands Agricultural Experiment Station, 1928. 20 P.i
Price, 50. :r .
Salting the cattle range. 4 p., illus. Price, 50.
Free distribution of periodical publications, except those otherwise note, i t.
to employees of or cooperators with the department.
Agricultural Situation. Vol. 13, No. 11. November 1, 1929. Price, 5
25f. a year, domestic; 400 a year, foreign.
A brief general summary of current conditions, including pertinent sta
to production, movement, consumption, and prices of the important farm pro..
Climatological Data. Vol. 16, No. 7, July. No. 8, August, 1929.
In 42 sections, containing weather statistics for 42 separate sectionS I,
spending, as a rule, to a State. Monthly information for 1 section is 504
data regarding all 42 sections, 350 a month, or $4 a year.2 Not for general
Daily Weather Maps. Limited editions. Not for general distribution
Edition 1 contains forecasts for all States east of the Mississippi AI
Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Michigan. Editions issued at Washingt l
250 a month, $2.50 a year. Edition 2 contains forecasts for the entire
304 a month, $3 a year. Neither edition furnished in quantities unlewt.
placed with the Superintendent of Documents, in advance of issue. MIps fSi
CM, showing the weather conditions and forecasts, are issued at nuneko:W
throughout the United States; 200 a month, $2 a year.1
Experiment Station Record. Vol. 61, No. 5, October; No. 6, October::i
Number. 1929. Single numbers for sale only.. Price, 100LL .1 ....
A technical review of the world's scientific literature pertaining to agii
volume containing about 3,500 abstracts of current research. Two volumeS i
10 numbers each; 75f a volume, domestic; $1.25 a volume, foreign.
Journal of Agricultural Research. VoL 39, No. 7, October 15; No. s, .o
No. 9, November 15, 1929. Illus. Not distributed free to inditfdua0*,
200 a copy; $4 a year, domestic; $5.25 a year foreign. i.
Of primary interest to agricultural scientists and advanced studeats,.P ti
in 2 volumes a year, of 12 numbers each. .
Monthly Weather Review. Vol. 57, No. 8, August, 1929. Illus.- r
copy; $1.50 a year, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreign.1
Contains (1) meteorological contributions and biblograph, (2) weateg ti.
the month with an interpretive summary, and (3) climatological tabless' ,
The Official Record. Vol. 8, Nos. 45-48. November 7, 14,, 21, 2,A 9
50 a copy; 500 a year, domestic; $1.10 a year, foreign.
Contains official orders and miscellaneous information concerning tM':dW
activities and such other matter as should be brought to employees attti
Weather outlook. Limited edition. Not for general distributionm, :.
Prepared at and distributed from the following forecast centers of..,iI
Bureau: Washington, D. C., New Orleans, La., Chicago, III., DenyVa
Weekly weather and 'rop bulletin. Not for general distribution. : i.
Gives detailed weather conditions of preceding weeks and their- eactrn Ie
of crops and farm operations. Limited edition.
1 Payable to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printingg'
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