This circular will be.sent regularly to all who apply for it.
HOW TO SECURE PUBLICATIONS.
SA copy of any of the publications listed herein, including those with price
named, except the Journal of Agricultural Research, Experiment Station
Record, and publications of the Weather Bureau, may be obtained free upon
application to the Editor and Chief of the Division of Publications, United
States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., as long as the depart-
nment's supply lasts.
Instead of writing a letter, applicants may return this list with an X "
plainly marked on the left-hand margin opposite the publication desired, and
with name and address plainly written at top or end of list.
After this department's supply of the publications listed below is exhausted,
these publications of which the price is indicated can still be obtained from
the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington,
D. C., but by purchase only, and at the prices noted herein.
Send all remittances to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office
is not a part of the Department of Agriculture.
Journal of Agricultural Research.
Vol. 5, No. 1. October 4, 1915.
tion. By D. F. Houston.-Effect
and Growth of Crops. By Frank
Beet Seedlings and Phomabette.
Price, 10 cents.
Contents: Announcement of Weekly Publica-
of Alkali Salts in Soils on the Germination
: S. Harris.-Histological Relations of Sugar-
By H. A. Edson. Pp. 1-58, pls. 2, figs. 48.
Sawe, No. 2. October 11, 1915. Contents: Perennial Mycelium in Species
of Peronosporacesa Related to Phytophthora infestans. By I. E. Melhus.-
Hibernation of Phytophthora infestans of the Irish Potato. By I. E. Melhus.
Pp. 59-102, pls. III-VIII, figs. 4. Price, 15 cents.
Same, No. 3. October 18, 1915. Contents: Enzyms of Apples and Their Re-
flation to the Ripening Process. By R. W. Thatcher.-An Automatic Transpi-
; ration Scale of Large Capacity for Use with Freely Exposed Plants. By
ILyman J. Briggs and H. L. Shantz.-Parasitism of Comandra umbellata.
By George Grant Hedgcock.-Separation of Soil Protozoa. By Nicholas
Kopeloff, H. Clay Lint, and David A. Coleman. Pp. 103-140, pls. IX-XI, figs.
18. Price, 10 cents.
;:: F; ~
Experiment Station R
Allen, Ph. D., Editor.
record, Vol. XXXIII, No. 4, September,
Pp. 301-400. Price, 15 cents.
Vol. XXXIII, No. 5, October, 1915.
Price, 15 cents.
NOTE.-The Record is a technical review of the world's scientific literature pertain-
ing to agriculture. It is not intended for general distribution, and its free distribution
is restricted to persons connected with the agricultural colleges, experiment stations,
and similar institutions, and to libraries and exchanges. It can not be sent free to
individuals having no official connection with public institutions. The Superintendent
of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, which is issued in two
volumes a year, ten numbers each, at $1 a volume.
The Monthly Crop Report.
reau of Crop Estimates.)
1, No. 6,
Contains data relating to agriculture, including
yield, prices and value of crops and live stock.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY
These contain only information, instructions, and notices governing the enforcement
of the pure food and quarantine laws, and the various regulations of the department.
Issued monthly by certain bureaus. Free distribution is limited to persons in the em-
ploy of the department, to public officials whose duties render it necessary for them to
have such information, to journals especially concerned, and to manufacturers and
firms whose business is affected by same. Others desiring copies are respectfully
referred to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, who has
them for sale only, at 5 cents per copy.
Bureau of Animal Industry.
1915. Price, 5 cents.
Bureau of Chemistry, Supplement No. 10.
Soil Survey of Jackson County, Georgia. By David D. Long, of the Georgia
State College of Agriculture, and Mark Baldwin, of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture. Pp. 27, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1914.) Price, 15 cents.
and B. B.
apartment of A
Price, 15 cents.
S. O. Per
Carolina. By R.
TJ. S. Department
B. Hardison, Risden
of Agriculture, and
of the North
(From F. O.
Soil Survey of Buffalo County, Wisconsin. By W. J. Geib, Clarence Louns-
bury, and L. Cantrell, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and T. J.
Dunnewald and O. J. Noer, of the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History
Survey. Pp. 50, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
The publications listed below are technical or scientific treatises or bulletins apply-
ing to a special industry or locality. As long as the department's supply lasts, these
bulletins will be supplied free to persons who can use such specialized information. See
instructions on page 1.
Miscellaneous Insecticide Investigations. By E. W. Scott and E. H.
Entomological Assistants, Deciduous-Fruit Insect Investigations.
Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.)
1915. (Department Bulletin 278.) Price, 10 cents.
Describes experiments with various chemicals, singly and combined, for the destruc-
tion of insect nests. It will be of interest to horticulturists in general and apple
growers in particular.
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The Grasshopper Outbreak in New Mexico During the Summer of 1913. By
Harrison E. Smith, Entomological Assistant, Cereal and Forage Insect Inves-
tigations. Pp. 12, figs. 2. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology.
(Professional Paper.) Oct. 7, 1915. (Department Bulletin 293.) Price,
For distribution throughout that part of the country where this insect is found.
Lessons on Cotton for the Rural Common
cialist in Agricultural Education. Pp.
States Relations Service. (Professional
ment Bulletin 294.) Price, 5 cents.
Furnishes elementary lessons on cotton an
in the Southern States.
Bureau of Ent
Of special int
By C. H. Lane,
Sept. 30, 1915.
d is of interest to rural school teachers
Pine Moth. By Josef Brunner, Assistant in Forest Ento-
Insect Investigations. Pp. 12, pls. 11. Contribution from the
omology. (Professional Paper.) Oct. 28, 1915. (Department
Price, 10 cents.
to manufacturers and
users of pine lumber from
Our Foreign Trade in Farm
of Perry Elliott, Division
from the Bureau of Crop
296.) Price, 10 cents.
A summary of the leading
farm and forest products. It
and Forest Products.
of Crop Records.
Estimates. Oct. 25,
Prepared under the direction
Pp. 51, figs. 2. Contribution
1915. (Department Bulletin
features of the foreign trade of the
is intended for general circulation.
Cereal Investigations on the Belle Fourche Experiment Farm. By Cecil Sal-
mon, formerly Plant Physiologist, Office of Cereal Investigations. Pp. 43,
figs. 12. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. Oct. 28, 1915.
(Department Bulletin 297.) Price, 10 cents.
Of interest to dry-land and irrigation farmers, especially in South Dakota.
Silver Fox Farming in Eastern North America. By Ned Dearborn, Assistant
Biologist. Pp. 35, figs. 22. Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Sur-
vey. Oct. 29, 1915. (Department Bulletin 301.) Price, 10 cents.
A discussion of sites, methods of breeding and handling the animals, costs and
profits in the business of fox farming.
A Bacteriological Study of
ologist, and William T.
Pp. 24, figs. 3. Contribute
fessional Paper.) Oct. 29,
A technical description of
samples of ice cream secured
Retail Ice Cream. By S. Henry Ayers, Bacteri-
Johnson, Jr., Scientific Assistant, Dairy Division.
ion from the Bureau of Animal Industry. (Pro-
1915. (Department Bulletin 303.) Price, 5 cents.
results obtained from a bacteriological examination of
from various stores in Washington, D. C.
Some Effects of Selection on the Production of Alkaloids in Belladonna. By
A. F. Sievers, Chemical Biologist, Drug-Plant and Poisonous-Plant Investiga-
tions. Pp. 20, figs. 10. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry.
(Prufessional Paper.) Oct. 15, 1915. (Department Bulletin 306.) Price,
Technical in character and not suitable for miscellaneous distribution.
upe Marketing in the
A. Sherman, Specialis
i Market Surveys, and
Sih~leta -fream "ha nFF
Larger Cities, With Car-Lot Supply,
t in Market Surveys, A. Dexter Gail, J
Faith L. Yeaw, Laboratory Aid. Pp.
n o nP fiaT a rlrfc, ar ni rl hnrn I fra nioinn
20, figs. 8.
Price, 5 cents.
Office of Farm Management.
(Circular 54, Office of the Secretary.)
(Bureau of Animal Industry.)
reau of Plant Industry.)
R. E. Blair,
Price, 5 cents.
Pp. 24, figs.
Oct. 9, 1915.
Oct. 18, 1915.
of Plant Industry.)
List of Farmers' Bulletins Available for Distribution, Nov. 1, 1915. Pp. 8.
No price is quoted for Farmers' Bulletins for the reason that the department's supply
of the current numbers is ordinarily sufficient to make it possible to send them free to
Varieties of Hard Spring Wheat.
Allen Clark; Scientific As
20, figs. 7. Contribution from
(Farmers' Bulletin 680.)
By Carleton R. Ball, Agronomist in Charge,
sistant, Western Wheat Investigations. Pp.
he Bureau of Plant Industry. Oct. 7, 1915.
Deals with the varieties of hard spring wheat, both common and durum, and shows
the particular sections and districts to which they are suited.
Horticultural and Pomological Investigations.
from the Bureau of Plant Industry.
Oct. 12, 1915.
8, figs. 17. Contribution
(Farmers' Bulletin 68.)
Intended for those to whom knowledge of the production, preparation, and uses of
the native persimmon is of value.
The Field Pea As a Forage Crop.
Oct. 8, 1915.
Of interest to farmers and
Pp. 24, figs.
Office of For-
Contribution from the Bureau of
discusses the field pea principally as a
Piper, Agrostologist in Charge, and Roland McKee
Pp. 15, figs. 6.
Oct. 15, 1915.
Intended for general distribution in the cotton regions and on the Pacific coast.
The Cultivation of Peppermint and Spearmint.
By Walter Van Fleet, Phystolo-
Pp. 13. Contribution
from the Bureau of Plant Industry. Oct. 19, 1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 694.)
Of interest to those engaged in or contemplating mint culture, and is applicable to
all portions of the country where mint is grown.
ly E. F.
Deals with the care of bees in winter when wintered outside, and is of interest to
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Fritz Knorr, Farm
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oct. 5,. t15
Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry.
Office of Forage Crop Investigations.
Wintering of Bees.
tribution from the Bureau
In Charge of Bee Culture tn-
Oct. 12, 1915.
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