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Iif I'MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
i ra no-remiittances to the U. S. Department of Agriculture
g anyi id te general publications listed herein, except those otherwise noted. may
UlflRe iiqppPication'to the United States Department of Agriculture, Washing-
1is long'as sle department's supply lasts. Free distribution of periodicals is
ii i t*':depratents ,apply is exhausted, publications may still be obtained from the
.f0 Documents, Govprnment Printing Office, Washington, D. C., but by pur-
a:i at' the .prices stated herein.
lfrSnd all remittances to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office is not a.
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li;!: : GENERAL PUBLICATIONS
a~s'ljntgi dis~cis thi nontechnical language a wide variety of subjects pertaining
i festam. doiandt fam.: home.m
M brodiitiin o'.ion seed and sets. W. R. Beattie, Bureau of Plant
laStby4 i 18: p., o flgc.ue1. (Farmers' Bulletin 434 F., revised.) Price, 50.
raising, Alfred R. Lee, Bureau of Animal Industry. 21 p., figs. 19.
rfetOilletfih *084 F., revised.) Price, 5t.
t'aes'nd insgets of garden vegetables. W W. Gilbert, Bureau of Plant Indus-
Jt|an O. .. Eopenoe, Bureau of Entomology. 46 p., figs. 65. (Farmersr
.1 S.!^;ln..21.'.. (Farmers' Bulletin 1412 F., revised.) Price, 5t.
i oitro. James Silver, Burean of Biological Survey. 21 p., figs. 10.
(aiatrplfmers' Bulletin 1533 F., revised.) Price, 5f.
ian fly and how losses from it can be avoided. W. R. Walton and C. Mn
i&.B ano Etomology.... 14 p., figs. 14. Farmers' Bulletin 1627 F.)
rl. t;a". t vision of and supersedes 'Farmers' Bulletin No. 1083, The
....f.l~ : .i yrvent losses from it.
d'ories aiies popular material of the same general character as that carried by
SBlletin, except that the leaflets are confined to specific practical directions,.
t toU lies and methods. They are brief and concise, written in infor-
iid are limited to eight pages.
l eJo i station in milk production. R. J. Posson. Revised by C. S. Leete,
It'f:'iairy Ind~iasty.' 8 p., figs. 8, (Leaflet 3 L., revised.) Price, 50.
DtA.ii- e Prepared by the bureau. of Biological Survey and
Gie Lead. '''8 r figs. 5.i (Leaflet 15 L., revised.) Price, 50.
4etll kot rabbit 'hoidas. giving attention both. to the comfort of the
"lelt e al -of. the caretaker.
I t, Kalambach, Bureau of Biological- Survey. 8 p.,
S.;) iPrice, f .
i I ffe i ea aue fir local control 2 of the sparrow popula-
tlnis forkrlaas for poison bait.
Principles of box and crate construction. CQ A. Plaskett, Forest Serviee. I
figs. 34, pls. 42. (Technical Bulletin 171 T.) Price, 550.
Based on investigations at Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsi.
formulas, rules, and instructions for designing all of the common types of bioxe
crates, and deals with special requirements and properties of container woods.&
tended primarily for box and crate manufacturers and shippers.
Origin and distribution of the commercial strawberry crop. J. W. StrowbrQU
Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 104 p., figs. 57. (Technical Bullqt
180 T.) Price, 250.
Discussed briefly by text and presented more fully by tables and graphs.
Factors affecting the mechanical application of fertilizers to the soil. Arn0oS
Mehring, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils, and Glenn A. Cumings, Bureau i
Public Roads. 96 p., figs. 26, pls. 18. (Technical Bulletin 182 T.) Pricei, S
Intended to give definite information regarding the drillability of the lnat Do'
only used fertilizers and the performance of various types of fertilizer distribute
Of interest principally to manufacturers and research workers.
Life history of the oriental peach moth at Riverton, N. J., in relation to. temp'n
ture. Alvah Peterson and G.' J. Haeussler, Bureau of Entomology.8"o
figs. 22. (Technical Bulletin 183 T.) Price, 10.
As far as possible and advisable, long detailed life-history tables have been baili
Summary tables and graphs have been used in their place; also all general Itn.f;-
tion and biological data which do not have a direct bearing on the life cyeli :'i
Erosion and silting of dredged drainage ditches. C. E. Ramser, Bureau of PuiP
Roads. 55 p., figs. 24, pls. 22. (Technical Bulletin 184 T.) Price, 25 .-r
Reports cross-sectional and hydraulic measurements and results: of obserT
made between 1913 and 1921 on 22 dredged drainage ditches in Mississippi, Temims.
and Iowa, of all conditions that influence the erosion and silting of ditches. '
assist the engineer in making predictions as to probable erosion and silting in SS*
so that drainage improvements can be planned accordingly.
Irrigation requirements of the arid and semiarid lands of the Southwest. s0i,.
Fortier and Arthur A. Young, Bureau of Public Roads. 68 p., figs 31. (id
nical Bulletin 185 T.) Price, 150. ;:
This report is the third of a series on irrigation requirements in the l te
States. Data are presented to show that the area Irrigated may be increaaefteo
3,771,000 to 13,000,000 acres, provided the available water supply is eficiently.eez,
trolled and utilized and the seasonal net irrigation requirements do not exceeAd:
average quantity of irrigation water allotted to each of the subdivisions .into *W
the territory is separated.
This series carries the less technical and more informal material of the same gei
nature as that in the Technical Bulletin series.
The Asiatic beetle, a serious pest in- lawns;- H. C. Ha lock, Buiea l "~f fti
mology. 8 p., figs. 3. (Circular 117 C.) Price 50.
Gives the life history of this beetle and discusses practical measures of artis
control as well as the importation of parasites from the native home of'the beetle.
Calculating waterfowl abundance on the basis of banding returns. Frederick
Lincoln, Bureau of Biological Survey. 4 p., fig. 1. (Circular 118 C.) Pirt
Proposes a new method for estimating the numbers of waterfowl in North
in any one season. By this method it should be possible to arrive at an ae
centage to derve as a standard.
MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS .
This series includes those publications of a miscellaneous nature 'which:do`-d
within any of the other series issued by the department, particularWy those of .e
othem than octavo. Such publications were formerly issued as Miscellaneou 'iC
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Anthelmintics for the removal of thorn-headed worms from swine; W1lla
Wright and H. B. Raffensperger, Bureau of Animal Industry., 12 ,:: ,.
cellaneous Publication 79 MP.) Price, 50. .
A semitechnical publication dealing with the life history and control of t
site. Intended for parasitologists, veterinarians, and swine ralsera
'" SOIL SURVEYS
These. reports consist of two parts: (1) A soll map in colors showing the extent and
vifbtribution of the different soils in the area covered by the survey; and (2) a printed
j.iLepert. containing brief descriptions of the area, its climate and agriculture, and detailed
descriptions of the soils. They are of interest and value primarily to residents of the
S laSi isurveyd and to soil specialists. All requests for Soil Surveys are referred to the
: Bueau of Chemistry and Soils, which controls their distribution.
! diaa, Wayne Count*. (1925, No. 21.) 15.
,' t- Dakota, Brown County. (1925, No. 22.) 250.
?qchas, Nacogdoches County. (1925, No. 24.) 250.
.;Tab'S: giving statistics relating to one or more closely related agricultural commodities.
i::f t iterest to persons engaged in marketing or any business affected by agricultural
i d urt#ion.
ll~1;-1ot shipments and unloads of important fruits and vegetables for the calendar
'iws. 1927 and 1928. Prepared by the Division of Fruits and Vegetables,
:;Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 164 p. (Statistical Bulletin 30 SB.)
P|,!, ,rice, .,.
i *. .Contains tabulations showing the number of carloads of 18 important fruits and
: vegetables unloaded in 66 cities and the number of carload shipments of 37 fruits and
vegetabless during the same years, segregated by State of origin.
I SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS
J'7:neh notices of judgment, decisions, and instructions as are necessary in the enforce-
e'iant of regulatory acts are contained in these announcements. They are issued monthly
IiS as necessary by certain bureaus. Free distribution is limited to persons in the employ
Ctthe department, to public officials whose duties render it necessary for them to have
%.u e information, to journals especially concerned, and to manufacturers and firms whose
Slices is affected by the announcements.
formation, instructions, rulings, etc., for May, 1930, concerning the work of the
$urweau of Animal Industry. (S. R. A.-B. A. I. 277.) pp. 39-46. Price, 5.
tces of judgment under the food and drugs act. N J., F. D. 16801-16825,
t material introduced by the Office of Foreign Plant Introduction, Bureau of
ilaht Industry, January 1 to March 31, 1929 (Nos. 78509 to 80018.) 67 p.
Inventory 98.) Price, 10t.
ion of rules and regulations supplemental to quarantine.of Hawaii on account
if the Mediterranean melon fly. Plant Quarantine and Control Administra.
on.. 4 p. June 1, 1930.
WFede distribution of periodicals is definitely restricted. They may be obtained by pur-
or..subscription from the Superintendent of Documents.
cultural situation. Vol. 14, No. 6 'June 1, 1930. Price 50 a copy; 250 a
S :,domestic; 400 a year, foreign.'
I D:'rlief general summary of current conditions, including pertinent statistics relating
j-. a'oduction, movement, consumption, and prices of the important farm products.
Sand-markets. VoL 7, No. 5. May, 1930. Price, 50 a copy; 600 a year,
liwtestice; 850 a year, foreign.1
;I: Statitsties concerning crops and livestock estimates and market information; reports
.Wasupplies, stocks, commercial movement, condition and prices of agricultural prod-
:ta.; and studies of prices and demand, both foreign and domestic.
F weather maps. Limited editions. Not for general distribution.
i Shows weather conditions for United States and forecast for all States east of the
sippi River, except Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Upper Michigan, Lower Michi-
,Alabama, Mississippi, and the extreme western portion of Florida. Price, daily,
Sunday s and holidays, 250 a month, $3,00 a year; daily, including Sundays and
ay, 30 a month, $3.y0 a year. Sunday and holiday maps only, 500 a year.
rein subscriptions, $7.25 a year. Maps DD, ,E and CM, showing the weather con-
4sns and forecasts are issued at numerous stations throughout the United States;
a month, $2.50 a year.1
1Pt jble to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington,
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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Experiment station record. Vol. 62, No. 'i. May, 1930; No. 3J
Single number for sale only. Price, 10.' .i
A technical review of the world's scientific .literatdre:pe*.ul l t
volumes a year, of 10 numbers.eaeh; 754 a volume, ddmeaBleitj $ !li w
Forest worker. Vol 6, No. 3. May, 1930 Price Sta copyrta B
tic; 350 a year, foreign. ': :: .... iri
News of State forestry, forestry education, private forestry, apind 4p
Journal of agricultural research. Price, 20f a copy ,$4sa' year, `Uodzit
year, foreign.' Not distributed free to individuals. .- ... l :'i;:!
Of primary interest to agricultural scientists and advanced students oi
in 2 volumes a year, of 12 numbers each. Free" distribution is litmti1
libraries and to institutions or departments doing research work. Separat:e:
are distributed free to those desiring them, as long as the .imited oljp'kE
- Vol. 40, No. 11. June 1, 1930. Illum. j
CONTENTS: i i'
Bacterial streak disease of sorghums. (G-708.) Charloftt. i
Beef extract as a source of vitamin G. (A-a18.) h aliph Opobai i iJ
Carotenosis of bovine livers associated with parenchymatous degenerat i *a
John S. Buckley, E. C. Joss, G. T. Creech, and James F. Couch.
The insecticidal action of some derivatives of pyrxdine and py`ijutW6j
aliphatic amines. (K-209.) C. H. Richardson and'HH. H. Skepr
Development of cotton fibers in the Pima and Aeala varletei ( AfMf
Hawkins and George H. Serviss.
Souring of figs by yeasts and the transmission of the disaee by l nseet .
Panos D. Caldis.
Tests to determine toxicity of pyrethrum vapors to honeybees. (.
M. Ginsburg. ; d e.i: .
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Studies of the staminate inflorescence and pollen of Hicor iig' pi "
Inheritance of anthocyan pigmentation. inrice. (G-728.)' J. i
The comparative nutritive valud of yellow coin and the grain
yellow milo. (Ariz.-2.) Margaret Cammack Smith.
A quantitative comparison of the:vitamin-A content of yellow +bM
sorghums begari and yellow milo. (Ariz.-4.) Margaret Cammaek OW
Monthly weather review. Vol. 58,' No. 3. March, 1930. UniU WA
copy; $1.50 a year, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreign.' Notiforn.
Contains (1) meteorological contributions and bibliography, (2) aW_
the month with an interpretive summary, and (3) climatoiogi l c lifi
Public roads. Price, 10 a copy; $1 a year, domestic $I.10 ,a ~.
Vol. 11, No. 1. March, 1930. Illus.
CONTENTS : '
A technical basis for apportioning motor vehicle taxes.
A method of analysis of data on frost oecwrtemee for use in.:highwaU-- id i
The official record. Vol. 9, Nos. 23-26. June S, 12, 19, 26,
copy; 50f a year, domestic; $1.10 a year, foreign.1: a i .
Contains official orders and miscellaneous information coneebiug
activities and such other matter as should be brought to emplsyee1a.-
Weekly weather and crop bulletin. Price, 500 a year, dom ti'
foreign. :l ^ S
Gives detailed weather conditions of preceding weeks Arid thdt 0:: E
of crops and farm operations. Limited edition. .. .
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