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MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
:". JUNE, 1931
mnoita r ianei to: the United States Department of Agriculture
t' teueral publications lisRted 'herein, except those otherwise noted, may be
un'loai plication. to the United States Department of Agriculture, Washington,
,# X ...e 4.epartment's1 supply lasts. As many as five additional publications may
iiS th6 applicant gives sufficient proof that they are urgently needed. Free distri-
Of ,1eridicals is restricted.
i -'p-pePsm.eitt's supply is exhausted, publications may still be obtained from the Super-
~iitabmets, Governtinet Printing Office, Washington, D. C., but by purchase only,
i at'$wi dt&Jltetin.
Small remittances to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office is not a
Department of Agriculture.
.. GENERAL PUBLICATIONS
'l an ~iswia in nontechnical language a wide variety of subjects pertaining to
.tiider on cotton and how to control it. E. A. McGregor, Bureau of Ento-
.^ v, .fliis. (Farmers' Bulletin 831F., rev.) Price, 5f.
i*Mect. outbreaks of insects and save the grain crops. W. R. Walton, Bu-
:kEn tomology. 21 p., illus. (Farmers' Bulletin 835F., rev.) Price, 5.
k'i":ost;b. FPC. Bishopp, Bureau of Entomology. 16 p., illus.
F a0Uette 897F., rev.) Price, 5*.
:,pv i disiigectants. M, Dorset, Bureau of Animal Industry. 10 p.
JfltleVtinr 926F., rev.) Price, 50.
d'ly;;' ow to prevent its annoyance and its losses to livestock. F. C.
i pAj EKlto0 ology. 18, illus. (Farmers' Bulletin 1097F., rev.)
i"r. i.F~er -td ~A. Gallagher, Bureau of Animal Industry. 6 p.,
|--ihoras' Bulletin 1200F., rev.) Price, 50.
ipi$r trd1 E. A. Back, Bureau of Entomology. 30 p., illus.
S'. i~s5r., rev:) Price, 5*.
q~ep 1-. A. Jull and A. R. Lee, Bureau of Animal Industry. 22 p.,
Uai:getin 1541 ., rev.) .Price, 5*.
i in the South and how to control thep. Ol1vr T. Snapp,
42 'p., illus. (Farmers' Bulletin 1557F., rev.)
aqf IF.lb rodiction. V. L. Wildermuth, Bur au of En-to '.
3F'jV Bulletin 1642F.) Prick, 50.
ief account of the life history asi /dblbiit o' clela8
of it R4aage to the alfalfa-lseec4 crop.
S bPa IZ A Back, 4rdad dY tAtmolog .
.. F.,) Price, 50.
& r'einemles for control of this comiton household
CIi:uhrtment house owners and ,ho'te managers because
zth tii.i.e spread of this pest.'.
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(Leanet ZUb., rev.) jrrice, be.
Eggs it any meal. Lucy M. Alexander, Bureau of Home Economies and Bura 4ia
of Animal Industry, and Fanny Walker Yeatman, Bureau of Home Economics.,
8 p., illus. (Leaflet 89L., rey.) .Price, l5 .
English sparrow control. E. R. Kalmbach, Bureau of Biological Surtey. 8 '.1k
illus. (Leaflet 61L., rev.) Price, 5. : ...
Slip covers. Bess M. Viemont, Bureau of Home Economics. 8 p., illus. (Leaf-i
let 76L.) Price, 50. :..ii
Describes how slip covers may be used in every room in the house throughout -hegn-fl|
year. They have become an. accepted part of home furnishing and decoration. Z,:
advises concerning the election of materials and gives directions fOr thelrrcot lriet ...i;,
TECHNICAL BULLETINS .:
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The Technical Bulletins contain the results of scientific and research tork tap :"
to a special crop, Industry or locality. The editions are limited, as they are intenaltt
primarily for scientific workers and subject-matter specialists. "t .ii:
A method of determining the volume and tonnage of haystacks. W.,H. HoSte i4fna'
Bureau of Agricultural Economics.. 36 p., illus. (Technical Bulletin 28S ,) k:':i
Price, 100. .
Comparisons are made between the rules for determining volume in use at present.'
and a new set of formulas developed from the data collected. Gives data on the nunm-
her of cubic feet of hay required per ton for various lengths of time from date of.
stacking to date of measuring.
Harvesting small grain, soybeans, and clover in the Corn Belt with combines ad"i.i
binders. L. A. Reynoldson, Bureau of Agricultural Economics; W. I. .&Hun-.;i
phries, Bureau of Public Roads; and J. H. Martin, Bureau of Plant Industry. i
55 p., illus. (Technical Bulletin 244T.) Price, 15f. ;
Presents the data necessary tb-farmers in deciding whether to biuy a combine tO
continue harvesting with their present equipment. Makes comparisons between itt- '
ferent harvesting methods in order to assist farmers who are considering the ppreh4ls.si!A
of a combine for harvesting their various crops.
The relation of season of wounding and shellacking to callus formation in 'tr .
wounds. Rush P. Marshall, Bureau of Plant Industry. 29 p., illus. (Teeh&
nical Bulletin 246T.) Price, 10.
It describes the many practices relating to the improvement and treatment of shad,:!
trees, especially regarding the pruning needs of and cavity work on individual speiC&l .: .
This series carries the less technical and more Informal material of the same general i
nature as that in the Technical Bulletin series. :..:1
Hedging in grain futures. J. M. Mehl, Grain Futures Administration. :104 ,pp, 1
illus. (Circular 151C.) Price, 25.
Deals with the subject of hedging, especially as applied to the handling of, gnaii..&.i
country elevators. Its purpose is to acquaint readers with the various kinds of ttprot
tive use to be made of the futures market and to explain some of the fundanmebtals 'to'
be observed in connection with such use. .
A simple chemical test for predetermining the culinary quality of potatoes as affect
by the a-ccumulation of soluble sugars. Walter M. Pehcock and Byfon C1 0
Brunstetter, Bureau of Plant Industry. 4 p., illus. (Circular 158C.) P!i
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Intended to aid potato chip manufacturers who must have potatoes with It
content of soluble sugars, and buyers for hotels and restaurants -where hi
cooked potatoes are desired. The circular describes a .calorimetric method
determinirqgthe culinary quality of the potato and the resulting color indicates I
suitability' ftl chi production. :
Field observataons on strawberry dwarf. Neil E. Stevens, Bureau of Plant l'd
try. 8 p., illUs. (Circular 174C.) Price, 50.
The history and distribution of fhis disease Is presented, together with audhnlf
Stion as may be of practical value, to pathologists, nurserymen, strawberry growers
others. ,' : : : :.: ,, w ; ..L
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'i~. i ?ISntLi EGNEOUS lUft LICAtIORS .
This Beseq: Inelude 4thel putiCatloan of a miscellaneous nature which do not fall
i! 1 .ra A."t, the otber ude tessaued.by.the department, particularly those of a size other
an octavo. Such publications were. formerly issued as Miscellaneous Circulars.
klosary4 1 of 6a ticadterms comrnoily used? in'range research. W. A. Dayton, For-
i St Service. 40 p.,-ilns. : (Miscellaneous Publicatioh 110 MP.) Price 150.
i'Phe. United States Weather Bureau. Compiled by E. B. Calvert, meteorologist.
S4 p., illus. (Miscellaneoui 'Publ~fctlon '114MP.) Price, 50.
aDiscuses" the practical application of the Weather Bureau through the medium
if the eieetlc telegraph, radio, and other forms of communication, in the performance
i.l i9 astetatic and continuous service to the public, and In the interest of agriciil-
I tieml, coammeree, and navigation.
.. i 0 SOU SURVEYS
aep reports consist of two parts: (1) A soil map in colors showing the extent and
it*afrlbtion of the different soils in the area covered by the survey; and (2) a printed
i t containing brief descriptions of the area, its climate and agriculture, and detailed
hipiOt i (of'the soilst They are of interest and value primarily to residents of the
l Ryurteyed Snd to soil specialists. All requests for Soil Surveys are referred to the
ta of Chemistry and Soils, which controls their distribution.
i..... l ia.JThe Clear Lake area. (No. 13, 1927.) Price, 150.
Wps ka, Tincoln County. (No. 35, 1926.) Price, 150.
j..io Butler County. (No. 12, 1927.) Price, 20t.
sI':lisconsin, Manitowoc County. (No. 34,-1926.) Price, 150.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS
""b. 'i .ndtices of judgment, decisions, and instructions as are necessary in the enforce-
Miniett of regulatory acts are contained in these announcements. They are issued monthly
ra St necessary by certain bureaus. Free distribution is limited to persons in the employ
oi.tfi department, to public officials whose duties render it necessary for them to have
s'ich information, to journals especially concerned, and to manufacturers and firms
',L:~ se' business is affected by the announcements.
0 i ARohation .of Japanese beetle quarantine regulations. Plant Quarantine and
S... :outrol Administration. 4 p. (PQCA-Q48, Rev. of Regs. 6 and 9. Effective
i; jine 15, 1931.) Price, 50.
t:Iiiceds of judgment under the food and drugs act. Food and Drug Administra-
iP %tmi: Pp. 465-504. (N. J., F. D. 17751-17800); pp. 505-516. (N. J., F. D.
8I, S1-17825) ; pp. 517-556. (N. J., F. D. 17826-17875) ; pp. 557-568. (N. J.,
P' D. D. 17876-17900) ; pp. 569-587. (N. J., F. D. 17901-17925. ; pp. 589-624.
'I'J., .F. D. 17926-17975) ; pp. 625-636. (N. J., F. D. 17976-18000). June,
,-981." Price, 5t each.
RTi;Regulations governing the appraisement of and compensation for tuberculous and
a *a auberculous cattle condemned and destroyed in the control and eradication of
:.tuberculosis and paratuberculosis of animals. 4 p. (B. A. I. Order 329.,)
I *OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Ajat Sammy's radio recipes revised. Ruth Van Deman and Fanny Walker Yeat-
'/man, Bureau of Home Economics. 142 p. Price, 100.
l ergency low-cost food supply which will help pellagra (Supplement to The
*i:,,ffily's food at low cost). Hazel K. Stiebeling, Bureau of Home Economics;
fi:tit inm Birdseye, Extension Service; United States Department of Agricul-
ttlte; and Clyde B. Sthuman, American Red Cross. 1 p. Price, 50.
t t.aterial introduced by the Division of Foreign Plant Introduction, Bureau
B .f Plant Industry, October 1 to December 31, 1929 (Nos. 81620-82599). 48 p.
I( P. I. Inventory 101.) Price, 50.
..'Free distribution of periodicals is definitely restricted. They may be, otained by
tpurehase or subscription from the Superintendent of DocumehtB. l I.
uhlural situation. Vol. 15,'No. 6, June 1i.1931. Price, 5# a copy; 25f a year,
estic; 40W a year, foreign.
:. A btaef general suminary of current conditions, including pbrtiient statsttcs. relat-
to production, movement, consumption, and prices of the important farm products.
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Climatological data. Vol.. s,. No... Z% bsbway, Slt,;1.: ,.... : .
In 42 sections, containing weather statistics for 4 sa
sendingg, as a rule, to a State. Monthly InfoLrmitf .
for data regarding all 42 sections, 85i':i a month, of $4 .q
Crops and markets.. Vol. 8, No. 5, May, 1931. Price, tI .
domestic; 85* a.'year,.frdign : .
Statistics concerning "crops' and livestock estimates and market, to
on supplies, stocks, commercial movement, conditipsa imiad l.ie etw
ucts; and studies of prices and dieand, both .orfi d omesti :. 'ji
Daily weather maps. Limited editions.., Not for general datr3lrntS :
Shows weather conditions for United States and forecast fbrs .lit iAt
Mississippi Riveri except Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana,, Upper M. ha i
gan, Alabama, Misssissippi, and the extreme western portten o Bilesl4gh'nf
except Sundays and holidays, 251 a month, $3.00 a year; daily, tncluding
holidays, 30'0a month, $3.60 a year St1iday and holiday maps only, i:
Foreign subscriptions, $7.25 a year. Maps DD, E, and CM, showIIb' T
conditions and forecasts, are issued at numerous stations throughout t he
20t a month, $2.40 a year.1 ., I
Experiment station record. Vol. 63, Index Number; Vol. 4, 0f.4,'1i.
Abstract Number; Vol. 65, No. 1, July, 1931. Single number, ofi
Price, 100.' '
A technical review of the world's scientific literature pertaining to,agritglte
volumes a year, of 10 numbers each; 75 a volume, domestic; $1.i5 a' 1 ia
Extension service review. Vol 2, No..6, June, 1931, IllU ..Price R0i
500 a year, domestic; 750 a year, foreign.1 ..
Issued monthly by the Extension Service, of which it is the official 1is
distribution of administrative .information.
Forest worker. Vol. 7, No. 3, May, 1931. Price, 5f a copy; 25f a year, d
350 a year, foreign.'
News of State, forestry, forestry education, private forestry, and tihe.Apw
Forest Service.' .
Journal of agricultural research. Price, 20f a copy; $4 a year, dometg
year, foreign." Not distributed free to individuals.
Of primary interest to agricultural scientists and advanced students u
in 2 volumes a year, of 12 numbers each. Free distribution is limited ,tm:i.e
ries and to institutions or departments doing research work. Sega LiMS
are distributed free to those desiring them. as long as the limited: supplu#f
Vol. 42, No. 11. June 1, 1931. illus.
Progressive changes in the waxlike coating on the. surface of .tket
growth and storage. Key No. G-77. K. S. Markley and Cha.Yi E1. B
An analysis of the effects of Diplediha infection and treatment of t 'i
No. Nebr.-12. T. A. Kiesselbach and J. O. Culbertson. i .;i
The order, rate, and regularity of blooming in the. cotton plant. :KXg l.
C. K. McClelland and J. Winston Neely.
A comparison of methods for determining the volume-weight of (soil.'t
Mex.-3. Albert S. Curry.
Percentage dry matter and field weight of ear corn from unlimed .4-..
Key No. N. J.-20. A. W. Blair.
Correlated inheritance in a cross vierier X Dicklow) X Dicklow *Ai
Utah-26. George Stewart and R. K. Bischoff.
Ammonification of nitrogenoui substances by pure cultures of microor1*
No. Utah-27. H. C. Pulley.
Monthly weather review. Vol. 58. Table of Contents and ITdehia.
No. 3, March, 1931. Illus. Price, 15f a copy $1.50 a yeatrd46
a year, foreign.' Not for general distribution. i
Contains (1) meteorological contributions and bibliograph., 3() waif 4
the month with an interpretative summary, and (3) C iatologieal tal!eF
Public roads., Vol. 10, Index. March. 1929-February; -1980; t.ok12
S1931. Illus.. Price, 10t a copy; $1I a year, dotqestic; i 4,
The official record. Vol. 10, Noa 23-26, June 6, 13, 20,27,,. 1Wa.:n
500 a year, domestic; $1.10 a year, foreign.. r-,fl
Contains official orders and miscellaneous information concerning tin".-
activitiqs .an sqcb other matter as should be brought to employee ltte
Weekly weather and crop bulletin. Nos. 22-25, June.2, 9,16,. .ZT~
50 a yiedr,(dotinsti ;$ $1 a year, foreign.1 '
Gives detailed weather conditions of preceding weeks and. their eeet
Sof crops and farm operations. Limitdedeition.
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