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March 31, 1914.
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Annual Reports of the Dep:
(Report of the Secretary,
Department. i Pp. 370.
location is exhausted.
artment of Agri
lture for th> year ended June 30, 1913.
Heads f thll Several Branches of the
The departme t's supply of this pub-
Annual Report of the
pls. 3. Mar. 16, 1914
. Price, 10 cents.
Journal of Agricultural Researc
Their Occurrence and Practic
Gerry.-The Cambium Miner
of Some Imperfect Fungi I:
Edward C. Johnson.-The Or
ificance in S
Some of the
L. A. Rogers and Arnold O. Dahlberg.-Crvstal
Fruit. of Grapes. By William B. Alvood.-Th
Arsenuious Acid by Thiosulphuric Acid. By Rol
tents, and Index of Volume I. Pp. 455-533+ i-
NOT,.--THE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESE.\BCH n1il
of agricultural colleges :rnd experiment stations, to large uni
tutl0ons as make syitabl? exchanges with the department. I
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ome American Wooda. -
iy (' harles 'T. Greerie.-
It, Oat, and Barley Pfa
Strepto 'ei Found in
lization 11eatu of TAf
ie Reuu ill of Arsenic
bert M. C. .Pin.-Title-p;
-xiv, pis. 3-63, figs. 8.
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iversities, technic' schools, and
t i .ill not be sent free to undivi
ar in the
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Buieau of Animal Indiistry.
Federal Horticultural Board.
Insecticide and Fungicide Board.
Soil Survey of ,Ashley County,
Watson, and A. H. Mever. I
Soil Survey of the Fresno Area,
Holmes, and E. C
Price, 15 cents.
p. 39, fig.
Pp. 82, p
ls. 4, fig
S. Vanatta, B.
(From F:. S
T. Strahorn. J
Gilbert, E. B
Soil Survey of Christian County, Kentucky.
nell. Pp. 34, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soil,
Soil Survey of Genesee County, M
(From F. O. Soils, 1912.) Price,
By Risden T
. Allen and T
Soil Survey of Lafayette County, Mississippi. By A. L. Goodman, of the U. S. D
ment of Agriculture, and E. M. Jones, of the Mississippi Geological Survey.
28, fig. I
.O. Soils, 1912.)
Soil Reconnoissance of the Ozark Region of Missouri and Arkansas.
By Curtis F.
Soil Survey of the Middle Rio Grande Valley Area, New Mexico.
L. C. Holmes, and E. C. Eckman. Pp. 52, fig. 1, map. (Fron
Soil Survey of Ashe County, North Carolina.
Sent of Agriculture, and 8. O. Perkins, c
culture. Pp. 32, pi. 1, fig. 1, map. (Fr
Soil Survey of Lehigh County
Kerr. Pp. 53, fi 1, map.
>f the N
om F. C
(From F. O. Soil
. B. Hardison, of the U. S. Depart-
orth Carolina Department of Agri-'
). Soils, 1912.) Price, 15 cents.
By William T.
. 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Barnwell County, S
T. Allen, J. E. Lapham, Floyd
map. (From F. O. Soils, 1912.)
>lina. By William T
r, and J. H. Agee.
, Jr., Risden
pl. 1, fig. 1,
Soil Survey of Putnam County, Tennessee.
(From F. O. Soils, 1912.) Price, 15 cents.
oil Survey of Robertso~ County,
Tennessee Geological Siurve\
Price, 15 cents .
Soil Survey of Archer County,
artment of Agriculture,
and R. F
A. Hurst, and
Rogers, of the
). Soils, 1912.)
. F. 0. Soils, 1912.)
cw v~r ( rv *~ n II I"~ r HI
2 2 4 I;
Factors Governing the Suc<
Stubenrauch, H. J. Rami
B.B. Pratt, S. Pomeroy
Fernald, of the Office of
,(Departme. 26. Contribu
(Department Bulletin 63.)
S aics of Sugar in the Unite
Sak Andrews, Assistant Ch
S bionfrom the Bureau o
6P) Price, 5 cents.
iful Shipment of Oranges from Florida. By A. V.
, and Lloyd S. Tenny; assisted by A. W. McKay,
. B. Lewis, G. M. Darrow, Margaret Connor, and J. F.
rticultural and Pomological Investigations. Pp. 50,
a from the Bureau of Plant Industry. Mar. 28, 1914..
'rice, 20 cents.
and shipping experiments made on a commercial scale through
decay can be materially lessened by greatest pare and the avoidance
Ad States and Its Insular Possessions, 1881-1912. By
ief of the Division of Crop Estimates. Pp. 25. Con-
if Statistics. Mar. 10, 1914. (Department Bulletin
'Th bulletin, whieh indicates the amount and sources of the sugar supply of the United States is
of especial interest in sugar-producing regions; also to persons concerned with problems of food supply.
its of R0ohyr Mountainr Woods for Telephone Poles. By Norman de W. Betts and
L L. H mS Engineers in Forest Products. Pp. 28, figs. 8. Contribution from the
'oresft service. (Professional Paper.) Mar. 17, 1914. (Department Bulletin 67.)
Pricn( 5 cents.
This bulletin gives the results of
poles to determine their suitability
Sumit, modulus of rupture, stiffness
I*ocky Mountain and Pacific Coast
Kivuta, or Water Hemlock.
Dru g-Planmt, and Poisonou
Hadleigh Marsh, Veterin
pls 4. Contribution from
Price, 10 cents.
tests on western red cedar, lodgepole pine, and Engelmann spruce
for telephone lines. Values are presented for fiber stress at elastic
, and modulus of elastic resilience. Of value to lumbermen in the
States and to users of telephone poles.
Dwight Marsh and A. B. Clawsol
Investigations, Bureau of Plant
ipector, Bureau of Animal Ind
reau of Plant Industry and the Bf
Mar. 28, 1914. (Department
This bulletin describes water hemlock and its toxic effect upon animal life
system; it points out the distinction between it and other unbelliferous plants
w ith which it is most likely to be confounded. As the toxic principle is largely
stock, the tops and seeds if they become mixed with hay are not a source of d4
of general interest, as cicuta is found in nearly all parts of the United States.
Raising and Fattening Beef Calves in Alabama. By Dan T. Gray, i
of Animal Husbandry, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, and W
Animal Husbandman in Beef Cattle Investigations, Animal
sion. Pp. 11, pi. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Anima
30, 1914. (Department Bulletin 73.) Price, 5 cents.
This publication is of interest to farmers in the Southern States.
ustry. Pp. 27,
ureau of Animal
when taken into the
, particularly conium,
y confined to the root-
anger. The subject is
. F. Ward, Senior
1 Industry. Mar.
: The Potato Quarantihe and the American Potato Industry. By W. Orton, Path-
ologist in Charge of Cotton and Truck Disease and Sugar Plant Investigations,
and Vice Chairman of the Federal Horticultural Board. Pp. 20, fig. 1. Contri-
bution from the Bureau of Plant Industry and the Federal Horticultural Board.
AMar. 31, 1914. (Department Bulletin 81.) Price, 5 cents. *
;:,This bulletin tells of the necessity for establishing a quarantine agFinst potatoes from certain coun-
tries, gives brief descriptions of the potato'diseases that have been imported, indicates some of the
agencies by which these diseases have been spread over this country, and gives information thatpotato
^ growers should have in advance of the planting season. It is intended for general distribution.
Tests of Wooden Barrels. By J. A. Newlin, Engineer in Charge of Timber Tests.
S: Pp. 12, pls. 5, fig. 1. Contribution from the Forest Products tLaboratory, Forest
Service. (Professional Paper.) Mar. 14, 1914. (Department Bulletin 86.)
S; Price, 5 cents:
"^ This bulletin describes tests that are of special interest to barrel manufacturers and to manufaetnrira
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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The Papaya in Hawaii. ByJ. E.
Assistant Horticulturist. Pp.
Experiment Statin.) Price, I
Higgis, Hortievltrist, a
4, pls. 10. Mt 26,1911.
Valentine S. Holt
The Red Clay Soil of Porto Rico.
ant Chemist. Pp. 24, pl. 1.
Station.) Price, 5 cents.
By P. L. Gile, Cheoist, and C.
(Btaletin 14, Pota ico Aricu
A System of Farm Cost Accounting.
met Pp. 15 Contribution fron
tion wit the department of farm
culture.] Mar. 4:1914. (Farmers
N. Ageton, Assist-
a> I x v
d, Agent, Office of Farm Manage-
ft Plan Industry. (In coopera-
New York State College of Agri-
This bulletin is of interest to farmers in all parts of tih country who desire to keep accouis ad yet
have not worked out a system for themselvess, Others who are keepin tarfh amounts, but who are
not satisfied with the results will robbly find suggestions of value herein. Tl is Sy stem has been in
use by Prof. Warren of the New York C ege of Agriulture on his owu term for the at seven years,
and its principles are published in his book entitled "yarm Man ageient." For three. 'ears the sys-
ternm hasbeen given a far trial by a number of farmers under immediate supervision of ii s author work-
ing jointly for the United States Department of Agriculture and tije New York State College oT Agricul-
Growing Egyptian Cotton in the Salt River Valley, Arizona.
Assistant, Crop Physiology and Breeding Investigations. Pp.
the Bureau of Plant Industry. Mar. 14, 1914. (Farmers B
Bj.y E. W
Cant rib u
This bulletin describes methods of selecting and preparing the land for, and the irrigate ing and culti-
vating of, Egyptian cotton in the Salt River Valley, which have proved successful and are believed to
be well suited to that crop in that section. The bulletin is of no special interest'to cotton grower in
other parts of the country.
The Agricultural Outlook.
Contrbution from the Bureau of Statistics (Agnril
Forecast) and Bureau of Plant Industry
. Mar. 18
The following subjects are discussed in this bulletin: Corn, world acreage and productit, aAd
imports from Argentina-Oats, world acreage and production; imports from Canada-Barley, rye,
potatoes, and fax, world acreage and productiol-Imports of bee! from Argentina- Recen t develop-
ments in colonial, production of cotton--Crop-reportimg systems and sources of crop information in
The Agricultural Outlook.
Contribution from the Bureau of Statistics
Forecasts) and the Bureau of Plant Industry.
Mar. 23, 1914.
Contents: Stocks of grain on farms March 1-Accuracy of estimates of stocks of
of grain out of counties where grown-Preparing seed corn for planting (by .
preparation of seed grain for spring planting (by M. A. Carleton)--Wages o far]
farm hired la]or-Trend of prices of farm products-Value per acre of crop pi
Florida and COifornia crop report.
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