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This Circular will be sent regularly to all who apply for it.
No publications are sold by ihe Department of Agriculture.
Copies of publications listed herein will be sent free upon application to the
Editor and Chief, Division of Publications, Department of Agriculture, Washington,
D. C., as long as the supply lasts.
When the Department's supply is exhausted applicants will be referred to the
Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.,
and all remittances should be sent to him.
urnal of Ag
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bicultural Research, vol. 1, No. 5. February, 1914.
Some Benzene Derivatives in Soils. By Edmund C.
chance of Vegetation in Tooele Valley, Utah. By T. H
i. Shautz, J. W. McLane, and R. L. Piemeisel.-Citrop:
Genus Allied to Citrus. By Walter T. Single and Mau(
,ying with Solutions of Nitrate of Soda. By W. S. Ba
Volck. Pp. 357--44, pls. 42-50, figs. 20. Price, 25
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NOTE.-THE JOURNAL OF AGPhICUIL.TURAL RE EARCH will be distributed free onldf to the libraries
of agricultural colleges and experiment stations, to large universities, teclmieal schools. and such insti-
tutions as make suitable exchanges with the department: It will not be sent iree to individual. The
superintendent of documents will receive Luiecriptions for this publication, the price lheing $2.50 per
volume of 12 numbers.
Ph. D., Editor. I
Same, Vol. XXIX,
Record, Vol. XXIX. No. i
Pp. 701-S00. Price, 15 cents.
No. 9, abstract number. Pp.
Price, 15 cents.
The record contains numerous abstracts of the publications of the nagriultural experimunent stations
and kindred institutions in this and other countries, articles and editorials on topics of special interest
in agricultural science by American and foreign experts, and notes on the experiment stations. The
superintendent of documents has fixed the price of this serial, which is nowv issued in two volumes a
year, nine numbers each, at $1l a volume.
Survey of Warren County, Mi
Agriculture, and W. M. Spannr
map. (From F. O. Soils, 191:
Survey of Cass County, Miss
issouri, and Floyd S. Bucher,
of the U.
t, of the Mi
of the U.
B3yW. E. Tharj
IH. I. KrusekA
), of the U.
v. Pp. 50, fig.
opf, of the UniA
. (From F. O. Soils, 1912.) Price, 15 cents.
of Barnes County, North Dakota. By L. C. Holmes and J. E. Dunn,
S. Department of Agriculture, and Herbert A. Hard, A. C. Anderson,
mel, and A. C. Boucher, of the Agricultural and Economic Geological
North Dakota. Pp. 47, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1912.) Price,
il Survey of the Hood
A. T. Strahorn and E.
1912.) Price, 15 cents.
dil Survey of Preston C,
map. (From F. O. Soi
River-White Salmon River Area,
B. Watson. Pp. 45, pls. 5, fig. 1,
county, WVsi Virginia. By W. J.
Is, 1912.) Price, 15 cents.
map. (From F. O. Soils,
43, figs. 2,
White Pine Under Forest Management. By E. H. Frothingham, Forest Examiner.
Pp. 70, pls. 7. Contribution from the Forest Service. Feb. 24, 1914. (Depart-
ment Bulletin 13.) Price, 15 cents.
This bulletin summarizes the most important facts relative to white pine, with regard both to the
original forests and to the second growth. Tables show the value of stumpage at prevailing prices and
the profit or loss resulting from the management of second growth under favorable and unfavorable
conditions. Methods are also suggested for securing successive crops and for increasing the quantity
and quality of the yield.
Feb. 28, 1
,ry Habit of the Housefly
An Account of Progress.
Contribution from the Bi
914. (Department Bulletii
Larvae as Indicating a Favorable Remedial
By Robert H. Hutchison, Scientific Assistant.
ireau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.)
1n 14.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin makes known a newly discovered habit of the housefly larvae that can be utilized as
the basis for a new method for a greater control of the housefly. It is of special interest to entomolo-
gists, sanitarians, and health officers.
Water Supply, Plumbing, and Sewage Di
Trullinger, Rural Engineer. Pp. 46,
Experiment Stations. Feb. 21, 1914.
sposal for Country Homes. By Robert W.
figs. 38. Contribution from the Office of
(Department Bulletin 57.) Price, 10 cents.
This paper treats of farm home sanitation relating to water supplies, the safeguarding of the same
against contamination, and the safe disposal of sewage; it is of interest to farmers in all sections of the
Five Important Wild-Duck Foods. By W. L. McAtee, Assistant Biologist.
figs. 15. Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Survey. Feb. 7, 19.
apartment Bulletin 58.) Price, 5 cents.
This bulletin is supplementary to Circular 81, Biological Survey, which treats of wild rice, wild celery,
and pondweeds as food for wild fowl, adding five other plants of great intrinsic value which though
now of only local importance are suitable for propagation over most of the United States. It shows
that there is no reason why the delta duck potato, the wapato, the chufa, wild millet, and the banana
water lily should not be introduced and take rank among staple foods of wild ducks in many localities
where now unknown.
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Polato Wilt, Leaf-Roll, and Related Diseases. By W. A. Orton, Pathologist in
Charge of Cotton and Truck Diseases and Sugar-Plant Investigations. Pp. 48,
pls. 16. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.)
Feb. 10, 1914. (Department Bulletin 64.) Price, 15 cents.
Thiapaper is of interest to plant pathologists; it is suited to the potato-growing sections of the North,
West, and South.
Cerebrospinal Meningitis ("Forage Poisoning").
Chief of the Pathological Division. Pp. 14.
Animal Industry. (Professional Paper.) Feb.
65., Price, 5 cents.
By John R. Mohler, V. M. D.,
Contribution from the Bureau of
14, 1914. (Department Bulletin
This publication gives information about a serious disease of horses; it is especially suited to veteri-
narians in the States west of the Mississippi River and in the South.
Pasture and Grain Crops for Hogs in the
Agriculturist, Office of Farm Managemei
the Bureau of Plant Industry. Feb. 25, 1
Pacific Northwest. By Byron Hunter,
it. Pp. 27, figs. 9. Contribution from
914. (Department Bulletin 68.) Price,
Th is publication is intended to encourage hog raising in the Pacific Northwest; it is especially adapted
to \Was: ington, Oregon, and Idaho.
Inventory of Seeds and Plants Imported by the Office of Seed and Plant Introduc-
tion during the period from April 1 to June 20, 1912. Pp. 98. (Bureau of Plant
Industry, Inventory No. 31. Nos. 33279 to 34092.) Price, 15 cents.
Sugar-Beet Growing Under Irrigation. By C. O. Townsend, Pathologist, Cotton and
Truck Disease and Sugar-Plant Investigations. Pp. 26, figs. 5. Contribution
from the Bureau of Plant Industry. Feb. 14, 1914. (Farmers' Bulletin 567.)
This bulletin considers the conditions and cultural methods employed in those areas where there is
an insufficient rainfall for the profitable production of sugar beets, and is of interest mainly to residents
of central, western, and southwestern portions of the United States. This area varies, shifting now east,
now west, with the seasonal changes in climatic condition.
Sugar-Beet Growing Under Humid Conditions. By C. O. Townsend; Pathologist,
Cotton and Truck Disease and Sugar-Plant Investigations. Pp. 20, figs. 4. Con-
tribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. Feb. 6, 1914. (Farjners' Bulle-
The bulletin is of special interest to sugar-beet growers in the East, the Ohio Valley, the Upper Missis-
sippi Valley, and the Lake Region, where the rainfall is such as to make irrigation unnecessary. The
subject of sugar-beet growing in humid climate is entirely covered in this bulletin.
Tobacco Culture. By W.
Industry. Feb. 27, 1914.
. Garner, Physiologist in Charge of Tobacco and Plant-
Pp. 15, figs. 4. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant
(Farmers' Bulletin 571.)
Practical directions for making 'the seed bed, preparing the land, transplanting, cultivating, and
harvesting the several classes of tobacco in the established tobacco-growing districts.
The Agricultural Outlook. Contribution
1914. Live Stock of the United States.
' Bulletin 575.)
The Contents of this bulletin relate principally to estimates of the supply of live stock of specified classes
on farms in the United States on January 1, 1914, the average farm price per head, and the estimated total
value of each class. The number and value of farm-animals is compared with population, and some
causes of the shortage of meat animals and the increase in their value are given.
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Snow and Ice Bulletins for February 3, 10, 17, 24, 1914. These buljetins are iasg
weekly during the winter season, based upon data from regular Weather DBrep,
stations, supplemented by reports from selected cooperative observers. !iic
25 cents a year.
National Weekly 3
ture and rainfall
Weather Bulletin No. 2, for Februay, 1914, reporting tempera-
, with a summary of weather conditions throughout the U ite
* April-September, Monthly remainder of year.) Price, 25 cnta
Jos. A. Azow,
Editor and Chief Division of EPublicatiwns.
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