4tae tmteen Of A=Iure
XNTHLY tISTOF PUBLICATON
lise#d hierel may be vurchased from the ft ernedent of Do=-.
041&)QM .Wayoinctoxi, D.C. A& his-oftees no a-cugted with the
Ad REXITTANCO' to t~he United StsiDeipgrtment of
in ntechnical1 laVuag a wie vrey jcgrann
0rift f stables. George 'W.. Pope- Bureau of AnimalIndustry.
OW4., rev.). Price, 50.
,0 ,`fring ice on the farm. John T. Bowen. Bueu of Agricul-,
9g. A pills AO (F.IM 1078F., fev.) :Prie 0
Od sieses. Tbenjanfln Schwartz and W. B.Sook.. Bureau
ry. 30 p., illus. (F.B. 15.69F., rev.) Prce 50.
ir mftberla of the same- general character that carried'by
exept that the leaflets ire tonfined to specz ratical directions,
Aind xqethoda. Th~ey are brief and concle, witen In Informal,
itd to elsht page&.
.2f~' e'6t0,'by Imachfne. k.V3. Mervine. Bura of Agricultural
";W Skaersa.- Bureav., of Plant I[ut r 6 p., ,illu&.
Stea by Vhict muar beets may be saisatorily blocked
0= 17d~till tbat mechianical blocking = substituted for
lW,19ants.: Bureau of Plant Inuty 59 p, fillus.
o zo q r iremexts -of Huron thhth n presents prac-
or slete ths vaietyomany sections of
vo x u asacceswfully grown.
Ios. U. Snyder-, BureaU pgyf En 5
*f-iW Inh Wtf theotuto
'Can be preventd 14 oeac
iAb 5ogs, fed 1& 0 aon flo
I ,Anial .In p. (T.B
A orave vt flat to a
at the Ytgt Fiel ko
0*Noble. reau. OfPl
1'%* 'rI ovfve Opttb -rvr regarding.
hrlgath-,ad'tllg of the erop,
4i Of l'nt** vtiye.
Bureaus of Entomology and Agricultural Economics. 28 p. (C0r. .
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Effects of time of planting and of fertilizer mixtures on the curly-top; 'i
sugar-beet variety U.S. No. I in Idaho. A. W. Skuderna and 0. :E. Co
Bureau of Plant Industry. L. A. Hurst. Bureau of Chemistry .:4l
16 p. (Cir. 2730.) Price, 50. *
Describes the utilization of a curly-top resistant sugar-beet variety fit
areas. Proper fertilizing for these crops is discussed and recommendatlnrjd
tical value to commercial sugar-beet growers are given.
Comparison of a trench silo with an upright silo. J. R. Dawson and .al
Horn. Bureau of Dairy Industry. 16 p. (Cir. 2740.) Price, 5%.; : :.
Points out the advantages and disadvantages of a trench silo and anl a:
The costs of filling the silos and removing the sage from them are
the costs of construction given.
The Katahdin and Chippewa potatoes. C. P. Clark, William Stua4 inst
Stevenson. Bureau of Plant Industry. 8 p., illus. (Cir. 276ML).:
Describes in detail the cultural methods for propagating these -newpetai
Katahdin and Chippewa, which are resistant to mild mosaic. .
The. Oriental moth (Cnidooampa flaveacens Walk.) and its cont~rbl,.
':.ns S~peau of Entomology. 8 p., illus. (Cr. .2770.) Prie~, t
A stu aot the introduction and spread of the Oriental moth InEtMs i ""
trol Inilt. early stage is effected by spraying with lead-areenate. .Cru bl
plckinj n$. destroying the cocoons is also suggested. :::.
The commerclls"i rage of fruits, vegetables, and florists' stocks IDeliui~
R. C. Wrightanl T. M. Whiteman. Bureau of Plant Industry. 41 pi
27F0.) ril:, 4. .
4 Bariee th essential average storage requirements of.more S3 t
S of aesh firut vetables, cut flowers, and other perishable co
Qcommercially e eted.
( Grades of pd al muck for soil improvement. A. P. ..D -mo'
S.Bureau of 'entstry and Solls. 1 p., ilus- (Cir. 2900). .FPite ~,
Describ. a~h soil may be improved by maintaining and eiii0ncrsfg'
Sf. o e L -mntter. The efficacy of commercial fertiliers ia a ltflheV
d/ "Iri 1 conditions are carefully set forth and a deBflite pruogflat
S/ ( g\Boll geletion is recommended. .... .... '.-..
FtbigYgrasJsoppers by plowing stubble. J. R. Parker, Blreau hi1.
4. p. (Cir. 3020.) Price, 50. .
Plowing stubble land as an effective method of-killig gFa
tive action of farmers in grasshopper-infested district Vi1
ridding such areas of these pests.
m p., Jlus. ,(M.. 1uMP.) FilTe, o.
4t-diai' pT our wild lbf should be considered :a a: definite program to
h. frang and other industrial operations constantly encroaching on
I i* u dtiin :of wilW. lie, the provision of. food during periods of stress, par-
.IF:lya. winter, is. especially important.
ibsieiad WFederal grain standards, including explanations. Bureau of Agri-
ql' nomici. 159 p. (M.P. 17BMP.) Price, 10.l
UWary' presenting for public consideration studies made as to possibilities for
lated since 1916, and for establishing new standards for mixed grain.
S' STATISTICAL BULLETINS
0g.'givng statistics relating to one or more closely related agricultural commodities.
r ,1e tp persons engaged In marketinE or any business affected by agricultural
i:;hjipients of fruits and vegetables from stations in the United States for
alead r years 1930 and 1931. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 151 p.
1 ) aPrice, 100.
Ijetportuoconsist of two parts: (1) A soil map in colors showing the extent and
ilb:sof .the different soils in the area covered by the survey and (2) a printed
Edfntaing brief descriptions of the area, its climate and agriculture, and detailed
AWti of the soils. They are of interest and value primarily to residents of the area
and t soil specialists. All requests for Soil Surveys are referred to the Bureau
and Soils, which controls their distribution.
lilhe, Nogales Area. (No. 6, series 1930.) Price, 200.
,Erie, County. (No. 14, series 1929.) Price, 300.
B SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS
itles of judgment decisions, and instructions as are necessary in the enforce-
*ilatary acts are contained in these announcements. They are issued monthly
ar. y by certain bureaus. Pree distribution is limited to persons in the employ
ftmef, to public officials whose duties render it necessary for them to have
:Mation, to journals especially concerned, and to manufacturers and firms whose
...itfected bY. the announcements.
ati: to regulations li, 16, 17, and 18, B.A.I. Order 211, revised (regulations
Wlitn the meat inspection of the United States Department of Agriculture.)
iof A::ninal Industry. 1. p. (Amendment 7 to B.A.I. Order 211,
i:iiiregulatory announcements, Bureau of Animal Industry. July 1933.
19PB:.I.AJ-B.A.I. 315.) Price, 50.
i1 sadarl ifr. potatoes; amendment no. 2 to Service and Regulatory An-
AjMts" 'no. 93, revised. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Effective
.. 1933 4 p. (S.R.A.B.A.E. 93. Amend. 2.)
i"ad Treaty Act regulations and text of Federal laws relating to game
s. :Bureau of Biological Survey. 20 p. (S.R.A.-B.S. 78.)1
:juitegent under the Caustic Poison Act. Food and Drug Administra-
T. C.P. 12-15.)
il .i;stndards for food products. Food and Drug Administration.
.0'" F.D. no. 2, rev. 4.)2'
getable quarantine; amendment no. 6 of regulations supplemental to
;IQuarantine no. 56. Revision of regulation 2. Effective August 1,
I p.. B.P.Q.-Q. 56.)'
lX .thei'Matanuska region, Alaska. H. W. Alberts. Alaska Agricul-
,mi:Statotion. 14 p., illus. (Alaska Bul. 11.) Price, 5.'
~ its t' ~iork'in agricultuire and home economics in the United States,
.4Aod-:fm.o the isaung bureau.
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A brief general sumntary pS cwtst tnoa1
.lag to protono, met Y. ma
a copy; $1.00 a year, domeaui; 41.*)'t@ yaw .
.- Si tatistics coDOWDaSPaSIWSScd fitbm t
on supplies, stocks, cmeneralwW movw
.cts; and studies of p riceR B deiad, bOh
Daily weather maps. Limited editions. .Notttps'B
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Shows weather conditions fqr unitedd Stiieir t
Mississippi Biver, except ijipobise Wisce^pp,
..' .Alabama., Ml> s esiss a 'd t.,. ",, % '1.. .Wn .'... .7, ^u,
ep.t Sundays and holdary. 250 .4 atb,
r ye, 8 a moth, yNa.
f i ubsetiptins, .2B ear.
conditions and forecast ard iued alf num u ,-l
,. .Stes; 20. a month, .40 a year. ;,:::
Journal of agricultural research. Pricee|2.5 a ne do Bt
eign. Not distributed free to individuals. UITh St
5 each." .:. :
..Of primary iatqrest to agrilnituralaIenaestse a
in.2 2volumek arear Qof .12. numbers- eadaI4ei
.U brarles and to inaitutions or departmeptl n
S-' fl. 47,, no.. Illus.' Ariust 10, 1
Studies on physiologic apecializaton In TRWnME I aS
North est. Key no. G-854. H.H.. a .*'
A morphological study .aflower. and seed a aeelma.$ t
'Ross C. Thompson.
The inheritance of.sone plant colaraIn eno atmmi ..
aud C. H. Myers.
T h composit on of feedstutfo in relatia to iut t~W
Ma.-. W. 3W. Neal and B. Beeker. .
Public roads. Vol. 14, tko. 6, August 193. :I !1
domestic ; $1.50 a year, foreign. !;:
The official record. Indlex to,.Vol,. 12, Jat iy.
Weekly weather a.nd crop buUllti., ~Na s:. .
Price, 50u a yrst, domeste; $ 1 year, ftweSi: .
Gives detailed weather conditions of prece j d Wl.lk Itd
ment of crops .and farm operation. JLipted a nti .
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