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i :fl Agriculture' W asington, D. C., as long as the department's supply lasts
it departmment's supply is exhausted. publications can still be obtained from the
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S-eof the current numbers of Farme
to send them free to nil applicants.

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he Bureau of Biological

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r for Nrtrm Aeounts. By
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.'of Cattle. By Adolph
tter, Veterinary Inspector
1t aof Animal Industry.
i:tgeneral distribution.

E. IT. Thomson, Assistant Chief. Pp. 19, figs.
'm Management, Office of the Secretary. Janu-

Eichhorn, Chief of Pathological Division, and
, Pathological Division. Pp. 12. C'ontribution
January, 1917. (Farmers' Bulletin 790.1

Sbfam Loan Act Benelts the Farmer. By C. W
ration. Pp. 12.. Contribution from the Ofic
.i... January, 1917. (Farmers' Bulletin 792.)
nextal distribution.


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H.. f.t*s listed below arc technical or scientific
., I ndfistry or locality. The edition is limited
..mse-- who can use such specialized information a
.tiny iniure prompt receipt, remit price to the Superin
.. .and teatud Species. By C. L. Shear, Path
... ., .- enese Investigations, and Ruby J.
.. in;. Forest Pathology. Pp. 82, p]
::a. i 6 Plant Industry. (Professional Paper
. .. f3,) Price, 35 cents.
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$iwa~*efnterested- in the study, of chestnut blight.


treatises or bullelins apply-
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Ls long gs the supply lasts.
itendent of Documents.
ologist, and Neil E. Strvons,
Tiller, Scientific Assistant,
Is. 23, figs. 5. Contribution
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TIide4#i"er on Cott By E. A. McGregor and F. L. McDonou6h, Scientific Asdistanta
..... -Pp. 72, pie. 8, figs. 31. Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional: I
p- Paper.) Jan. 20, 1917. (Department Bulletia 46L) Price, 20 cents. ?::..
Of interest to those who are subjected to loss or annoyance by the red spilder.
Medicare Falcata, a Yellow-Flowered Alfalfa. By R. A. Oakley. Agronomist, and Samuel ":
SGarter, Scientific Assistant, Office of Forage-Crop Investigations. Pp. 70, ple. i
figs. 23. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) .
Jan. 0, 1917. (Department Bulletin 428.) Price. 15 cents. .
Intended primarily for those who are interested in alfalfa breeding.

Flat-Headed Borers Affecting Forest Trees in the United States. By H. E. Burke, Specialist
in Forest Entomology, Forest Insect Investigations. Pp. 9, pls. 9. Contribution
from the Bureau of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) Jan. 16, 1917. (Depart-
ment Bulletin 437.) Price, 10 cents.
A technical description of the life history, habits and distinguishing characters of
these insects. Of interest to entomologists generally.
Possibility of the Commercial Production of Lemon-Grass Oi in the United States. By S. C.
Hood, Scientific Assistant, Drug-Plant and Poisonous-Plant Investigations. Pp. 12,
figs. 3J. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.)
Jan. 25, 1917. (Department Bulletin 442.) .,rice, 5 cents. -
A report of experiments conducted to de.ermine the commercial possibilities bE the
cultivation of lemon grass for the production of the oil, which Is. used in the dinmA
facture of perfumes and soaps. ..
The Cost of Producing Apples in Wenatchee Valley, Washington. By G. ZI. Miller, Asuistatu
Agriculturist, and S. M1. Thomson, Scientific Assistant. Pp. 35, pls. 3, figs. 7. Con-
tribution from the Office of Farm Management, Office of the Secretary. Jan,. 1,
1917. tDepartment Bulletin 446.) Price, 10 cents.
A detailed study, made in 1914, of the current cost factors involved in the main-
tenance of orchards and the handling of the crop on 87 orchards.
The Control of Damping-Off of Coniferoins Seedlings. By Carl Hartley, Forest PathObdgl,
and Roy G. Pierce, Forest Assistant, Office of Investigations iU' Forest Patfliolgy'
Pp. 32, pis. 2, figs. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Profes-'
sional Paper.) Jan. 20, 1917. (Department Bulletin 453.) Price, 5 cents.
Of interest to nurserymen generally.
The Identification of Grasses by their Vegetative Characters. By Lyman Carrier, AgrbaO
mist in Pasture Investigations. Forage-Crop Investigations. Pp. 30, figs. 60. Contl-'
Iution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. Jan. 19, 1917. (Department BDMlethU'
461.) Price, 5 cents.
Contains an analytical key to grass. seedlings and detailed descriptions of 48 a 4s :
ling grasses and of 8 small grain seedlings. Of interest to agronomists generally, ."I

toes. Sweet
Office of H
Service. (
5 cents.
A revisit
mental and
as food, an
home econu

Potatoes, and Other Starchy Roots as Food. By C. F. Langworthy, C
ome Economics. Pp. 29, figs. 7. Contribution from the States Relal
Professional Paper.) Jan. 17, 1017. (Department Bulletin 468.) P


t in part of Farmers' Bulletin 295: it summarizes the results of eipeu
other data regarding the nature and uses of potatoes and starchy ra4
is priniarily of interest to housekeepers and to teachers and students
nics. .

lies: Production Estimates and Important Commercial Districts and Varieties. By H :V.
Could, Bureau of Plant Industry, and Frank Andrews, Bureau of Crop Estimaf
Pp. 48, figs. 16. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry and the Burmatfl
Crop Estimates. Jan. 20, 1917. (Department Bulletin 485.) Price, 10 cents.
Is of general interest to those concerned with the apple industry. The inf.erfl
tion which it contains in regard to the areas where apples are grown extensively *4:i..
the principal varieties produced in them is based largely on reports received frbu. *H
correspondents who were requested to supply such information and who were ^f 3
dressed in this connection because of their familiarity with the fruit interests ln .
States in which they live. s ;..f H *i

Eggs and their Value as Feood.

Pp. 29, figs. 3. Contrib
Paper.) Jan. 31, 1917 (
Of special interest to
teachers, and students. I
and the effects of method

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By C. F. Langworthy, Chief, Omece of Home Deome,
ution from the States Relations Service. (Profese
(Department Bulletin 471.) Price, 5 cents. -
housekeepers and to home-economics extension w
t summarizes data regarding the nature and ages o
is of handling, storing, and marketing upon, the vtaue

eggs t lC ojuo .
Judging Horses as a Subject of Instruction in Secoendary Schools. By E. P. Barrow
ant in Agricultural Education in States Relations Service. Pp. 31, figs. 10.


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.itpsMan f Hawaiian Sell Particles. By Wml. T. MeGeorge, Formeu Chemist, HawaiH
,: Agrieltural Experiment Station. Pp. 12. Jan. 17, 1917. (Bulletin 42, Hawai Agri-
... tm al Experiment Station.) Price, 5 cents.
Ist a hi the United States in 1915. By J. Girvin Peters, CUief of State Cooperation,
i:. oreat SerVice. .Pp. Jan. 11, 1917. (Circular 69, once of the Secretary.) Price,
S. 5 cents.,
I rg EKg Production. By Alfred R. Lee, Animal Husbandman in Poultry Investigations,
SBureau ot Animal Industry. Pp. 4. January, 1917. (Circular 71, Otce of the
Se.. etsary.) Price, 5 cents.


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a Public and Economic Aspects of the Lumbe
try, Part 1. By William B. Greeley, Assis
buton from the Forest Service, Jan. 24,
,Srr..) Price, 25 cents.
"'We first of three reports to be issued 4
H' timber ownership and lumber manufacture
. the forest., resources of the Uniled States
:I w4od lumber.

r Industry: Studies of the Lumber Indus-
stant Forester. Pp. 100, figs. 14. Contri-
1017. (Report No. 114, Office of the Secre-

n the lumber industry, and is a study of
in four regions which contain the bulk of
and furnish the greater part of the soft-

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ofbi .o Aericultural Research. (For sale only.) Vol. 8, No. 1. Jan. 2, 1917. Con-
... .'ts Diagnosis of Tuberculosis by Complement Fixation, with Special Reference to
II... Bosata Tuberculosis. (gr A-26.) B Eichborn and A. Blumberg.-Availability
hil-t Potash'in Certain Orthoclase-Bearing Soils as Affected by Lime or Gypsum.
l ~fiaan J. Briggs and J. P. Breazeale. (gp G-102.) Pp. 1-28, ig. 1. Price, 10

sAe.. Vol. 8, No. 2. Jan. 8, 1917. Contents: Ewes' Milk: Its Fat Content and Reln-
p,: tlton to the GrowtB of Lambs. (gs 1.t H.-2.) By E. G. Ritzman.-Irmnunity Studics
S;:.3n Anthrax Serum. (gt A-27.) By A. Eichhorn, W. N. Berg, and IIA., Kelsor.
... .;p. 29-56, figs. 2. Price, 5 cents.
.i.e, Vol. 8, No. 3. Jan. 15, 1017. Contents : Calcium Compounds in Soils. Igu H-4.)
.*y Edmund C. Shorey, William H. Fry, and William Hazen.-Studies upon the Black-
tegg Disease of the Potato, with Special Reference to the Relationship of the Causal
O fganisms. (2vMe.-9.) By W. J. Morse. Pp. 57-126. Price, 15 cents.


ie Vol. 8, No. 4. Jan. 22, 1917.
ad Quality of Oranges. (gw Ca
iple-Bot Fungi. (gx G-103.)
S3, fgs. 25. Price, 15 cents.
e. Vol. 8, No. 5. Jan. 29, 1017.
all. (ha 0-104.) By Erwin F.

Contents : Effect of Fertilizers on the Composition
1.-8.) By II. D. Young.-Temperature Relations of
By Charles Brooks and J. S. Cooley. Pp. 127-1G4,

Contents: Mechanism of Tufmor Growth in Crown-
Smith. Pp. 105-188, pls. 05. Price, 65 cents.

.:.: foTu--Begtnin g with Volume 5, The Journal of Agricultural Research will be
lisued weekly and distributed free only to the libraries of agricultural colleges and
..eperiment stations, to large universities, technical schools, and such institutions as
.:. make suitable exchange with the department. It uill owi be sent free to individuals.
H "=,.ae. Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, the
.,h:: .iee being $3 per year, 52 numbers.

Jir pim c Station Record.
rj.H*Wto*. Pp. 701-800.
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Price, 15 cents.
Abstract Number.

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si.NOTCE.--The Record is a technical review of the world's scientific literature per-
:.Iling to agriculture. It is not intended for general distribution, and its free distri-
thleion is restricted to persona connected with the agricultural colleges, experiment
, ~4uttonstd similar institutions, and to libraries and exchanges. It can not be sent
.e to i djvitduals having no official connection with public institutions. The Supcr-
i.tiandea of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, which is issued
tB. two volumes a year, ten numbers each, at $1 a volume.

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Office f Market and Rural Organisatimq No. 18. Pp. 18. in:C 27' ttf
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faAll requests for soil surveys are referred to the Bureau of
distribution of same being controlled by that bureau.
Soil Survey of Yell County, Arkansas. By E. B. Deeter, In Charge, adA 'Cl
bury. Pp. 41, fi. 1, map.. (From F. O. Soils, 1915.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Grenada County, Mississippi. By W. E. Tharp, of .the U. 8. 1
Agriculture, In Charge, and J. B' Hogan, gf the Mississippi Geological
32, fig. 1, map, (From F. O> Soils, 1915.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of the Bitterroot Valley Area, Montana. By E. C. Eckmann, .I
G. L. Harrington. Pp. 72, pls. 3, fig. 1, map. (From F. 0. Soils,,i
20 cents.

Soil Survey of Lamoure
Hutton, and T'. 1M.
Thomas and Murray
tion. Pp. 53, fig. 1,
Soil Survey of Dorchester
Suyder, and Corneli
1915.) Price, 25 ce

County, North Dakota. By A. C.
Bushnell, of ,the U. 8. Department
E. Stebbins, of the. North Dakota
map. (From F. O. .ils, 1914.) i
County, South Carolina. By W. 3
is Van Duyne. Pp. 45, pls. 2, fig.

Soil Survey of Smith county, Texas. By L. R. Schoenmann, In Charge, EK. L. Si
Rookie, E. T. Maxon. F. Z. Hutton, and H. G. Lewis. Pp. 51, fig. l, WM
F. O. Soils, 1915.) Price, 15 cents. .
Soil Survey of Franklin County. Washington. By -Cornelius Van Dtyn8. in
J. H. Agee, of the U. S. Department of Agdtcplture, and redt W; A.E#
Washington Geological Survey. Pp. 99, pise. 2, figs. 6," map. (Flnr Sr
1914.) Price, 15 cents. ,I .

Farms, Forests, and Erosion.
rate 688, Yearbook, 1916.

By Samuel T. Dana, Forest Service.
I Price, 10 cents.

Agriculture on Government Reclamation Projects.
Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 22, pls. 3.
5 cents.

By C. S.


strPublications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only from the
Weather Bhreau or the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
prices noted herein.
Annual Report of Chief of Weather Bureau, 1915-1916. [Administrative repo
19160, with meteorological tables, calendar, year 1915.] 1916. (Ai.:';
charts 4. 4to. Price, 60 cents, cloth. -"
Monthly Weather Review. (For sale only.) Vol. 44, No., 10. Oetob'e.
ao91. Pp. 547-610, charts 10 figs. 6. Price, 25 cents per copy, $?,6; .i
able to the Superintendent of Documents. ...

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By George
of Lassen
By W. G.
National Weatlh
fall, and c
day, April

Articles: Solar and sky radiation measurement duting Octf .
uball.-Additional notes on the high haze.-of July aid
iball.-Elementary notes on Least Squares, etc., for Mbeto
By C. F. Marvin.-Injury to vegetation resulting from^'ile
E. Stone.-Lassen Peak's name. By U: S. Geological Subji
Peak. By A. it. Palmer.-New Method of determining "'
ian Summer and Plimsol 's mark. By W. G: .Reed.---Wesrt
Reed.-What is geocol ? k. -i
ier and Crop Bulletin, No. :2, December. 191r, reporting
'rop conditions throughout the United Staetes. (Islftie'
to October; monthly remainder of year.) "Price, "2, eatel.:

Snow and Ice Bulletins, for Jan. 2, 9, 1, 23, 30,
during the winter season, based upon data f
nliamantd hr l r*.nnnt frnim wanntlitnd i.ndnnrt

1917. 'These btllet .:j
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