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List of available Farmers' bulletins and Leaflets of the United States Department of Agriculture

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Title:
List of available Farmers' bulletins and Leaflets of the United States Department of Agriculture
Series Title:
List ;
Creator:
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Publications
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Publisher:
Office of Information, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture :
Division of Publications
Creation Date:
1935
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English
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v. : ; 23 cm.

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Description based on: 1924; title from caption.

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UNITED


STATES


OFFICE


PUBLICATIONS
PRESS SERVICE
RADIO SERVICE


DEPARTMENT


AGRICULTURE


OF INFORMATION


WASHINGTON


The Department's si
. limited, hence no more
to an individual request
the bottom of the third
name and address plainly
bulletins desired; then


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)ply


publications


listed


below


than 10 copies may be sent free min response
. In ordering them, please use the form at
Sand fourth pages of this list. Write your
y; list in numerical order the numbers of the
detach the slip at the perforated line and


return it in a stamped envelop to the Division of Publications,
Office of Information, United States Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D. C.
If more than 10 copies are desired they may be purchased from the
.Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, to whom
the necessary remittance should be sent. The price is 5 cents a copy
unless otherwise noted. Members of Congress are by law given four-
fifths of the free supply of Farmers' Bulletins for distribution to their


constituents.
M.


MERRILL, Ciief of Publications.


LIST


AVAILABLE


UNITED


FARMERS'


STATES


BULLETINS


DEPARTMENT


AND


LEAFLETS


THE


AGRICULTURE


157 Propagation of plants
232 Okra
304 Hops
354 Omon culture
446 Crops for alkali land
449 Rabies or hydrophobia
471 Grape culture
497 Game, aquatic, and rapa-
cious birds
501 Cotton improvement under
weevil conditions
506 Food of well-known birds
511 Farm bookkeepinmg
623 Tobacdo curing
571 Tobacco culture
572 Farm cost accounting
576 Breeds of sheep
578 Making and feeding silage
587 Value of *unks
596 Growing winter wheat,
Eastern States
602 Production of clean milk
612 Breeds of beef cattle
619 Breeds of draft horses
730 Birds useful to the farmer
658 Cockroaches
660 Weed control b
663 Drug-plant cultivation
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740 House ants
744 Preservative treatment of
timber
750 Roses for the home
752 Fall army worm
754 The bedbug
755 Birds of Southeastern States
756 Culture of rye in the East
763 Bark beetles and pinhbole
borers
767 Goose raising
776 Growing cherries east of
Rocky Mountains
779 How to select a sound horse
781 Tuberculosis of hogs
782 Diary for farm accounts
794 Citrus-fruit improvement
798 Sheep-tick eradication
799 Carbon disulphid as insecti-
cide
801 MiLes and lice on poultry
803 Horse-breeding suggest ions
805 Drainage of irrigated farms
81(1 Equipment for sheep rais-
Lung
825 Pit silos
834 Hog cholera
835 How to detect insect out-
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918
920
921
924
926
938
940
944
945
948
952
954
959
960
971
976
980
982
984


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Peach varieties
Milk goats
Liminp soils
How to increase crop yields
Some common disinfect.-
ants
Apple bitter-rot
Common white grubs
Garden webworm in alfalfa
Eradication of Bermuda
grass
Rag-doll seed tester
Breeds of light horses
Disinfection of stables
Spot Led garden slug
Neufchatel and cream
cheese
Clover-flower midge
Cooling milk and cream
The spinose ear tick
Green clover worm In
alfalfa
Home drying of fruits and
vegetables
Larkspur or poison weed
Timothy
Bordeau mixture
Sweetpotato growing
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1057
1059
1060
1062
1064
1068
1069
1070
1071
1085
107
1088
1092
1094
1097
1102
1117
1120
1123


1158
160


Cattle-fever ticks
Sweetpotato diseases
Onion-disease control
Buckwheat
Main-crop potatoes
Judging beef cattle
Tuberculosis in hlivestock
Fowl tick
Making wood In South pay
Hog lice and bog mange
Beautifying the farmstead
Selecting a farm
Prairie rice culture
Alfalifa caterpillar
Stable fly
Crow min relation to agricul-
ture
Forestry and farm income
Apple powdery mildew
Growing hardwood seed-
lines
Sudan grass
Aphi.-s injurious to fruits
Planning the farmstead
Feeding garbage to hogs
The beef calf
Analzing farm business
Iourine of horses
Cowpjus
Growing corn in Southeast
C'owpeas. uIlizLatilon
L[tItaes of shep
Angumotuuis grain moth
\\ aterpri.uting and mil-
. deiwprooDung cotton duck
Sorglhunm fur forage
Di-se.tS of apples in stor-


age
1162 Proso,
1164 The far
1166 Poison


1167
1168


suma
Essenti
ing
\Winter
East


or hog millet
m-lease contract
ivy and poison
c.
als of animal breed-
wheat adapted to


1169 Deciduous shade-tree in-
sects. 10
1171 Annual flowering plants
1172 Use of lamD and mutton


on farm
1173 Rural community
ings
1175 Better seed corn
1177 Improvement of
woods
1179 Feeding cottonseed
ucts to livestock
1180 Housecleaning
easier
1181 Raising sheep on


1182
1184
1186
1199
1203
1204
1205
1210
1214


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Pork
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n inventories
eng culture
on the farm;
ring, canning
ing sheep
Angora goat


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prod-
made
tempo-


killing,


Northwestern apple-pack-
ing houses
Potato production in the
South
Measuring and marketing
timber
Farm dairy houses


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12658
1259
1260
1261
1263
1267
1268
1273


1305
1308
1309
1311


1358


Pf for MtTing
Slash pine
Webworms
Sawflibs injurouas to
Stored-grain pests
Avocado, its insect
miies
Breeds of swine
Sweetpotatoes in h
tobacco barns
Sheep-killing dogs
Stock-poisoning d
. camas
Wee\ is in heans andc
Velvet bean
Plain concrete for far
Apple-orchard reuovi
pes. f fj rms
P-'reparitjg fresh ton
for market
Soft. red winter whea
1larkering cowpea se
Mealybug in Califort
Chrysanthemums to
bomne
Good proportions in
Cleaning milking


chines
Fumigating citrus
\Wheat strawworm
Codlnrj moth in
Northwest
Boll-weevil problem
Parasitic diseases
Seed potatoes
Pruning citrus tree
Home tanning of 1<
Tomatoes as a truck
Polish and Poulard
Mule production
Datry-barn consirt
Citrus fruits n Ou
Root-knot
Carpet-beetle cont
Corrugation irriga
Beef-cattle barns
Clothes-moth cont
Blackleg
Castration of hogs
Growing rye,


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1360 Apple growing east of Mis-
sissippi River
1362 Insects injurious to green-
houseplants. 10l


1367
1368
1369
1370
1371
1374
1377
1378
1380
1381
1384
1389
1390
1391
1393
1395


Polato-tuber diseases
Breaking and .training
colts
Bridge grafting
Dahlias for the home
Vegetable diseases and in-
sects
Care of food in the home
Marketing poultry
Marketing eggs
Apple scald
Herbaceous perennials. 10t
Community cotton pro-
duction
Sorgo-sirup manufacture
Seeds for the home and
market garden
The guinea fowl
Dairy-barn ventilation
Beef-cattle production in


1415
1419
1420
1422
1423
1424
1426
1428

1429
1433
1436
1437
1438
1439


1455
1456
1457
1458
1459
1460
1464
1467
1468
1470
1471
1472
1474
1475
1477
1478
1479
1480
1483
1484
1485
1486
1487
1488
1489
1490
14932
1494
1495
1496


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Beef on the farm; slaugh-
tering, cutting, curing
Farm work horses
Handling rcgh d SI R
high grades
Udder diseases of dairy
cows
Preparing cabbage for mar-
ket
Making vinegar in home
Farm plumbing
Saving livestock on south-
western ranges from star-
vation
Emmer and spelt
Secondary cultivated
grasses
Why potatoes run out
Swine production
Making fermented pickles
Diseases of cabbage and re-
lated plants
Storage of sweetpotatoes
Dairy cantlIe breeds
Citrus fruit in Southwest
Farmstead water supply
Selection of cotilton fabrics
Bome baking
Cottage cheese
Painting on the farm
Growing coniferous trees
Utilizing muscadine
grapes
Fitt ing,showing, and judg-
ing hogs
Homes for birds
Packing apples in boxes
Strawberry diseases
Selling black-walnut tim-
ber
Simple plumbing repairs
Barley
Commercial varieties of
alfalfa
Muskmelons
Management of dairy cows
Canning fruits and vege-
tables at home
Preventing damage by ter-
mites or white ants
Stain removal from fabrics
Soil productivity and crop
rotation
Lyetus powder-post
beetles
Apple scab
Apple blotch
Small concrete construc-
tion on the farm
Insect pests in stored grain
10
The clover leaf weevil
Rural hospitals
Lopg-leaf pine primer
Practical hog houses
Diseases of raspberries and
blackberries
Green June beetle larva in
tobacco beds
Hog-lot equipment
Arbor Day
Tobacco cutworms
Insect enemies of flowers
Inoculation of legumes and
nonlegumes


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1513
1514


1539
1541
1543


1544
1545


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1547
1549
1551
1553
1554
1555
1556
1557
1558
1559
1560
1561
1562
1563
1564
1566
1567
1568
1569
1570
1571
1572
1673
1574

1577
1578
1579


SProtecting buildings from
lightning
Convenient kitchens
SControl of sugar-beet nema-
tode by crop rotation
? Loblolly pine primer
Orchard irrigation
) Soybeans
I Leather shoes
SFarm poultry raising
i Haying equipment
SClearing land
' Peach brown rot and scab
1 Control of alfalfa weevil
I Spray irrigation in East
I Fitting dresses and blouses
STobacco budworm
! Dairy-nerd improvement
I Rat control
i Farm horseshoing
' Johnson grass as a weed
5 Incubation and brooding
of chickens
H High-grade alfalfa hay
Feeding chickens
Insects injurious to the rice
crop
Common barberry and
black stem rust
SDry farming, Columbia
and Snake River Basins
i Livestock farming in black
prairie belt, Alabama
and Mississippi
SRose diseases
SFeeding cattlefor beef
SMarketing farm produce
by parcel post
SPlanning and recording
family expenditures
Poultry houses
SPeppermint and spear-
mint as farm crops
SIrrigation of small grain
SPeach insects in the South
SPreparing eastern grapes
for market
I Rural libraries
I Preparing strawberries for
market
SPuerto Rican mole cricket
Farm practices under corn-
borer conditions
i Cucumber growing
Farm budgeting
Sorghum inidge
SPropagation of trees and
shrubs
SRabbit parasites and dis-
eases
SEarthworms
SMosquitoes
European starling in Unit-
ed States
* Making cellars dry
* Legume bays for milk pro-
duction
SPreparing Johnson bay for
market in Alabama and
Mississippi
Harvesting grain sorghums
SMarketing late potatoes
I Containers used in ship-
ping fruits and vegetables


1580
1581
1582

1583
1584
1585
1586
1587
1588
1589
1590
1591
1592
1594
1595
1596
1597
1599
1600

1602
1603
1604
1605
1606
1607
1608
1609
4610
1611
1612
1613


1623
1624
1626
1627
1628
1629

1630
1631
1632
1633
1634


Cigar-tobacco production
in Pennsylvania
Oats, North Central States
Protection of log cabins,
rustic work, and unsea-
soned wood from insects
Spring-sown red oats
Feed-lot and ranch equip-
ment for beef cattle
Varieties of hard red winter
wheat
The southern pine beetle
Mushroom culture
Prevention of frost damage
Husker-shredder on east-
ern Corn Belt farms
Fire-protective construc-
tion on the farm
Transplanting trees and
shrubs
Beef production
Preparation of bunched
vegetables for market
The bollworm or corn-ear
worm as a cotton pest
Cattle grubs or heel flies
Johnson grass hay and pas-
tures
Scab of wheat and barley
Dehorning, castrating,
branding, and marking
beef cattle
Reed canary grass
Shelter belts on the north-
ern Great Plains
Dairy herd improvement
associations
Soybean hay and seed
Farm drainage
Nematode disease of wheat
and rye
Combined harvester and
thresher
Lettuce growing
Dairy farming for beginners
Oats in western half of
United States
Propagation of aquatic
pame birds
Propagation of upland
game birds
Poultry records
Hay stackers
Soybean utilization
Producing sorgo for sirup
Cucumbers for pickles
Hard red spring wheat
Rural buildings for busi-
ness and social uses
Gipsy and brown-tail
moths
Mexican bean beetle in
East
Feeding dairy cows
Hessian fly
Growing black locust trees
Steam sterilization of soils
for tobacco and other
crops
Irrigation of alfala
Broomocorn
Karakul sheep
Window curtaining
Sweet corn for the cannery


1635
1636
1637
1638
1639


Surface irrigation, East
Farm bulk storage, small
grains
Sugar-beet, humid area
Rat-proofing buildings
Potato production in far
West


1640 Fall-sown oats -
1641 Chestnut blight
1642 Alfalfa-seed chalcid control
1643 Farm flre safeguards
1644 Local bird refuges
1645 Sugar-beet growing, Utah,
Idaho
1646 Asparagus culture
1649 Chimneys and fireplaces
1650 Flaxseed production by


1651
16532
1653
1656
1657
1658
1659
1660
1661
1662
1663
1664
1667
1668
1669
1670

1671
1673
1674
1675
1676
1677
1678
1679
1680

1681
1682
1683
1686
1687


1688


power farming in nortb-
ern Greit Plains
Corn earworm, Eastern
States
Poultry diseases. 10l
Sweetclover min Corn Belt
Peanut growing
Great Basin wireworm min
Pacific Northwest
Farm water power
Oats, Northeastern States
Logs and poles in farm con-
struction
Farm study of cotton plant
Husker-shredders in corn-
borer control
Winter legumes as green
manure in Cotton Belt
Christmas trees a cash
crop for the farm
Rural community fire de-
partments
Red harvester ant
Farm terracing
Hydrocyanic acid gas as a
fumigant for household
insects
Shortleaf pine
Farm gardens. 10,
Food for children
Care of milk utensils
Lubricating-oil sprays for
dormant fruit trees
Lawns /
Safe use and storage of gaso-
line and keroseneon farm
Pop corn
Farmers in Northern
States grow timber as
money crop
Corn Belt farming under


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corn-borer conditions
Usefulness of birds on the
farm
Measuring water in irri-
gation channels
Errors in cotton produc-
tion
Removing spray residue
from apples and pears
Cotton insects


1689 Grape varieties in United
States
1690 Moldboard plows
1691 Grasshoppers in cereal and
forage crops
1692 Bean diseases


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1695
1897

1698
1699
1700
1701
1702
1703
1704
1705
1706
1707
1708
1709
1710
1711
17132


Dressing and paeling tar-
keys for market
Preparing apples for mnr-
ket in barrels and boxes
Using soil-binding plants
to reclaim gullies min the
South
Heating the farm home
Growing root crops for
livestock
Marketing hay by modern
methods
Corneribs for the Corn Belt
Preparing peaches for the
market
Reservoirs for farm usea
Bang's disease
Milk for the family
Varieties of durum wheat
Varieties of common white
wheat
Varieties of club wheat
Pocket-gopher control
Range sheep production
Wheat smuts and their
control
The harlequin bug and its
control


1713
1714
1716

1718


1719
1720

1721

1792
1733


The treatment of American
fbrqpd.,
Me thors and cti i -
ingmorovin thef .
Mol4 control b
Important s1a~e b-
products adtgeIil-
tation
Improving the farm qm*iv
ronment for wildlife
Adoie or sun-dried riqk
for far n build
Determining. ta age of
farm animals by their
teeth
Growing attlfalfa
Feeding, care, and man-
agement of young dairy
Stock


1724 Farm practice with lespe-
deza
1725 Methods and costs of filling
silos in the North Gentral
SStates
1726 Treatment and cae of ttg
wounds


1727
1728
1729
1731
1732
1733
1734

1735
1736
1737


Selecting hens for egg pro-
duction
Flax-fiber production
Machinery for dusting cot-
ton
Alfalfa varieties in the
United States
Growing barley for malt
and feed
Planning a subsistence
homestead
Making American cheese
on tbo farm for home con-
sumption
Pea diseases and their con-
trol
Anthrax
Stop gullies-save your
farm


1738 Farmhouse plans
1741 Bur-clover cultivation and
utilization
1742 Game laws 1934-35
1743 Hotbeds and coldframes
1744 The what and how of by-
brid corn
1746 Subsistence farm gardens


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Ways to save young livestock
Cutworms in the garden
Improved sanitation in milk
production
Roundworms in pigs
Feeding dairy cows in sum-
mer
Mink raising
Storing farm butter for winter
Striped blister beetle On soy-
beans
Sheep and goat lice
Purebred dairy sires
Improving dairy herds
Woodchuck control, East
Sweetclover
Preventing feed flavors and
odors in milk .
Fur farming for beginners
The farm woods-a savings
bank paying interest
Planting southern pine
The combination cleaning
and treating of seed wheat
Trichinosis
Producing pine nursery stock
in the South
Health of livestock in transit
Eggs at any meal
Woods burning in the South
Good naval-stores practice
Good food habits for children
HWdd garlic and its control
Fires on farms
Hygiene in fox farming
Ice creams without stirring
Improving castle in areas
) freed of ticks
SCotton-louse control


55 Small trees wasteful to nt for
saw timber
57 Pulpwood production in the
Northeast
59 Coyote and wolf trapping
60 Porcupine control
61 English-sparrow control
62 Why some wood surfaces hold
paint longer than others
64 Making and pacing egg
cases
65 Red-squill powder inm rat
control
67 Beef grading and stamping
service
68 Roadside markets
70 Home mixing of fertilizers
71 Fertilizersof pecan soils
72 Measuring hay in staks
73 Public market
74 Boning lamb outs
75 Warts on cattle
76 Slip covers
77 Bracing farmbuildlangs
78 Bobcat trapping
82 Controlling gullies by blue-
grass sod
83 More turpentine, less scar,
better pine
84 Planting black walnut
85 Strip cropping to preventero-
sion
86 Protect hardwood stands from
grazing
87 Wind-resistant construction
for farm buildings
88 Livestock poisoning by
plants producing hydro-
cyanic acid


89 Stomach worms in sheep I
91 Kudzu, a forage crop in the
Southeast
92 Preparing wool for market
93 Red-clover seed production


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on mountain-lon
ping
o control ragweed, the
cipal cause of autumn
fever


96 Protecting poultry from pre-
dacious birds
97 Cross-blocking sugar beets
by machine
98 Red-clover failure in rela-
tion to anthracnose in the
southern part of the Clover
Belt
99 Huron timothy
100 Lespedeza
101 Injury to buildings by ter-
mites
102 Eradicating tuberculosis
from poultry and swine
103 Quality guides in buying
sheets and Dillowcases


104 Crested wheatgrass
105 Quality guides in
ready-made dresses


buying


106 Prevent storage rota of
sweetpotatoes
107 The barrel seed soarifier
108 Control]ing kidney worms
in swine in Southern Staes
110 Why red clover fails


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREOFFICE OF INFORMATIONWASHINGTONPUBLICATIONSPRESS SERVICERADIO SERVICEThe Department's supply of the publications listed below is.limited, hence no more than 10 copies may be sent free in responseto an individual request. In ordering them, please use the form atthe bottom of the third and fourth ptiats of this list. Write vourname and address plainly; list in /lu e,/cI orr(,r the numbers of thebulletins desired; then detach the slip at the perforateld tine andreturn it in a stamped envelop to the Divi-iun of Publications,Office of Information, United States Department of Agriculture,Washington, D. C.If more than 10 copies are desired they may he purcheed from the.Superintendent of Documents, Government 1rintin Ofiee, to whomthe necessa remittance should be sent. The price is 5 cent' a copyunless otherwise noted. Members of Congress are by lar: jven four-fifths of the free supply of Farmers' Bulletins for distribution to theirconstituents. C. MERRILL, ('hf of PubIUcctons.LIST OF AVAILABLE FARMERS' BULLETINS AND LEAFLETS OF THEUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE157 Propagation of plants 740 House ant 91S P' carietles232 Okra 744 Prert.ie treatment of 920 M goat,304 Hops t it:h r 921 Lii:;.ng iS354 Onion culture 750 Roes fo r the home 924 H1 u to :rease crop yields446 Crops for alkali land 752 Fail armiy worm 926 ome c: :on disinfect-449 Rabies or hydrophobia 754 The bedbug as471 Grape culture 755 Birds of Southeastern States 938 Aj pie bitter-rot497 Game, aquatic, and rapa756 Culture of rye in the East 940 Co:v:n white grubscious birds 763 Bark beetles and pinhole 944 Gaorden wbvorm in alfalfa501 Cotton improvement under borers 945 Eraicat:in of Bermudaweevil conditions 767 Goose raising ,rass506 Food of well-known birds 776 Growing cherries east of 948 Ra-dl seed tester511 Farm bookkeeping Rocky Mountains 952 Breds of lght horses523 Tobacco curing 779 How to select a sound horse 954 infectt n of stables571 Tobacco culture 781 Tuberculosis of hogs 959 S ed! urden siug572 Farm cost accounting 782 Diary for farm accounts 960 Ncufchatel and cream576 Breeds of sheep 794 Citrus-fruit improvement cheese578 Making and feeding silage 798 Sheep-tick eradication 971 Cvertwer midge587 Value of skunks 799 Carbon disulphid as insecti976 Cooling milk and cream596 Growing winter wheat, cide f 80 The spino e ear tickEastern States 801 'Mites and lice on poultry 962 Green clover worm in602 Production of clean milk 803 Horse-breeding suggestions aalfa612 Breeds of beef cattle 805 Drainage of irrigated farms 984 H me drying of fruits and619 Breeds of draft horses 810 Equipment for sheep raisvegetdes~730 Birds useful to the farmer ing 988 Larkpu or poison weed658 Cockroaches 825 Pit silos 990 Tiovthy660 Weed control 834 Hog cholera 994 Borieau mixture663 Drug-plant cultivation 835 How to detect insect out999 Sweetpotato crowing666 Foot-and-mouth disease breaks on grain crops 1001 Fruit growing for bome useP76 Hulling hard clover seed 846 The tobacco beetle 1003 1ow to control bilbugs084 Squab raising 847 Poto storage 1006 Wheat jointorn685 The native persimmon 849 Capons 1017 Cattle-eab control687 Eradication of ferns in pas857 Screw wormsand othermag101S He-mrhagic sepiceriatures I t a acting animals 1025 Larcer corn-swlk borer690 Field pea as forage crop 864 Irrig ition for beginners 1026 Strawberry culture. South-697 Duck raising 869 Muskrat as fur bearer and east701 The bagworm on shade food 1027 Str awberry culture, Westtrees 875 Roughheaded cornstalk 102's STriwberr culture, East702 Rabbits in relation to trees beetles 1029 Corn weevils in Gulfand crops 876 Makins butter on the fri: 1S'es705 The catalpa sphinx 879 Home store of vcee 1030 Feedin horses708 The leopard moth 865 Wheat growing in nuth1031 FiZ growing in the South712 School lunches eastern taes Atlrnti and Gulf States713 Sheep scab 887 Raspberry culture 1044 City home garden727 Growing fruit for home use 891 Corn-root aphis control 1045 Layingrout fields for tractoron the Great Plains 897 Fleas anci heir control plowing731 True army worm 901 Everbearing strawberries 1053 Control oi cherry leaf spot736 Ginseng diseases 909 Cattle-lice eradication 1054 Loco-weed disease739 Cutworm control 917 Growing peaches 1055 Hides; curing, marketing124457*-35

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1057 Cattle-fever ticks 1255 Peas for canning 1415 Beef on the farm; slaugh-1059 Sweetpotato diseases 1256 Slash pine tering, cutting, curing1060 Onion-disease control 1258 Webworms 1419 Farm work horses1062 Buckwheat 1259 Sawflies injurious to pines 1420 Handling rough rice for1064 Main-crop potatoes 1260 Stored-grain pests high grades106S Judging beef cattle 1261 Avocado, its insect ene1422 Udder diseases of dairy1069 Tuberculosis in livestock mies cows1070 Fowl tick 1263 Breeds of swine 1423 Preparing cabbage for mar-1071 Making wood in South pay 1267 Sweetpotatoes in heated ket1085 Hog lice and hog mange tobacco barns 1424 Making vinegar in home1087 Beautifying the farmstead 1268 Sbeep-killing dogs 1426 Farm plumbing1088 Selecting a farm 1273 Stock-poisoning death 1428 Saving livestock on south-1092 Prairie rice culture camas western ranges from star-1094 Alfalfa caterpillar 1275 Weevils in Leans and peas nation1097 Stable fly 1276 Velvet bean 1429 Emmer and spelt1102 Crow in relation to agricul1279 Plain concrete for farm use 1433 Secondary cultivatedture 184 Apple-orchard renovation grasses1117 Forestrv and farm income 1"S9 Types (f Lrms 1436 Why potatoes run out1120 Apple powvdery mildtw 121 Preparing fresb tomatoes 1437 Swine production11%3 Growing hardwood seedfor market 1438 Making fermented pickleslIIIs 1305 Seft ret winter wheats 1439 Diseases of cabbage and re-1126 Sudan grass 1308 Marketing cowpea seed lated plants1128 A phids injurious to fruits 13C9 Mealybug in California 1442 Storage of sweetpotatoes1132 Plnning the fartmstead 1311 Chrysanthemums for the 1443 Dairy cattle breeds1133 Feiuiug garbage to hogs home 1447 Citrus fruit in Southwest1135 The bedf calf 1313 Good proportions in diet 1448 Farmstead water supply1139 Analyzing farm business 1315 Cleaning milking ma1449 Seletion of cotton fabrics11-16 Dlurine of hurSes chines 1450 Home baking1148 Cowpcas 1321 Fumipating citrus trees 1451 Cottage cheese1149 Grin lg corn in Southeast 13.3 Whait strawworm 1452 Painting on the farm1153 Coxw ezs, u -ilization 1326 Codling moth in Pacific 1453 Growing coniferous trees1155 Diseare> of >htep Northwest 1454 Utilizing muscadine1156 Angcuions -rai moth 1329 Boll-weevil problem grapes1157 Waterpro(ting and ril1330 Parasitic diseases of sheep 1455 Fitting, showing, and judg-.cewproolina cotton duck 1332 Seed potatoes ing hogs115S Sorghum for forage 1333 Pruning citrus trees 1456 Homes for birds1160 Ditases of apples in stor1334 Home tanning of leather 1457 Packing apples in boxes1338 Tomatoes as a truck crop 1458 Strawberry diseases1162 Proso, or hog millet 1340 Polish and Poulard wheats 1459 Selling black-walnut tim-1164 The farm-lease contract 1341 MTNule production ber1166 Poison ivy and poison 1342 Dairy-barn construction 1460 Simple plumbing repairsAumac 1343 Citrus fruits in Gulf States 1464 Barley1167 Esentials of animal breed1345 Root-knot 1467 Commercial varieties ofing 1346 Carpet-beetle control alfalfa1168 Winter wheat adapted to 1348 Corrugation irrigation 1468 MuskmelonsEast 1350 Beef-cattle barns 1470 Management of dairy cows1169 Deciduous shade-tree in1353 Clothes-moth control 1471 Canning fruits and vege-sects. 10 1355 Blackleg tables at home1171 Annual flowering plants 1357 Castration of hogs 1472 Preventing damage by ter-1172 Use of lamb and mutton 1358 Growing rye, western mites or white antson farm United States 1474 Stain removal from fabrics1173 Rural community build1360 Apple growing east of Mis1475 Soil productivity and cropings sissippi River rotation1175 Better seed corn 1362 Insects injurious to green1477 Lyctus powder-post1177 Improvement of farm house plants. 100 beetleswoods 1367 Potato-tuber diseases 1478 Apple scab1179 Feeding cottonseed prod1368 Breaking and, training 1479 Apple blotch ucts to livestock colts 1480 Small concrete construc-1180 Housecleaning made 1369 Bridge grafting tion on the farmeasier 1370 Dahlias for the home 1483 Insect pests in stored grain1181 Raising sheep on tempo1371 Vegetable diseases and inloorary pastures sects 1484 The clover leaf weevil1182 Farm inventories 1374 Care of food in the home 1485 Rural hospitals1184 Ginseng culture 1377 Marketing poultry 1486 Long-leaf pine primer1186 Pork on the farm; killing, 1378 Marketing eggs 1487 Practical hog housescuring, canning 1380 Apple scald 1488 Diseases of raspberries and1199 Judging sheep 1381 Herbaceous perennials. 100 blackberries1203 The Angora goat 1384 Community cotton pro1489 Green June beetle larva in1204 Northwestern apple-packduction tobacco bedsing houses 1389 Sorgo-sirup manufacture 1490 Hog-lot equipment1205 Potato production in the 1390 Seeds for the home and 1492 Arbor DaySouth market garden 1494 Tobacco cutworms1210 Measuring and marketing 1391 The guinea fowl 1495 Insect enemies of flowerstimber 1393 Dairy-barn ventilation 1496 Inoculation of legumes and1214 Farm dairy houses 1395 Beef-cattle production in nonlegumes1217 Green-bug or spring-grain the range area 1497 Home launderingaphis 1397 Mouse control in field and 1498 Chinch bug1219 Floors and floor covering orchard 1499 The melon aphid1227 Sewerage of farm homes 1398 Currants and gooseberries 1501 Nut-tree propagation1231 Drying crude drugs 1399 Blackberry growing 1503 Horse bots1232 Seed-marketing hints 1400 Establishing cranberry 1504 Self-feeding versus hand-1233 Tomatoes for canning fields feeding of swine123 1 Gullies, how to control 1401 Managing cranberry fields 1506 Breeds of chickens: I.1236 Corn and its uses as food 1402 Cranberry harvesting American, Asiatic, Eng-1242 Fruit and vegetable gar1403 Dewberry growing lish, and Mediterraneandens 1404 Pumping wells for irriga1507 Breeds of chickens: II1243 Border method of irrigation Continental, European,Stion 1405 Windbreak as a farm asset Oriental, and miscella-1244 Dieess of swine 1406 Garden irises neous1246 The peach borer 1408 Suppression of house fly 1508 Poultry keeping in back1250 G;reen manuring 1409 Turkey raising yards1253 Seed peas for the canner 1410 Brown-rot of prunes and 1509 Bean growing in northern1254 Important cultivated cherries , -Ohio, eastern Washing-grasses 1412 Management of dairy bull ton, and eastern Oregon

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1512 Protecting buildings from 1580 Cigar-tobacco production 1635 Surface irrigation, Eastlightning in Pennsylvania 1636 Farm bulk storage, small1513 Convenient kitchens 1581 Oats, North Central States grains1514 Control of sugar-beet nema1582 Protection of log cabins, 1637 Sugar-beet, humid areatode by crop rotation rustic work, and unsea1638 Rat-proofing buildings1517 Loblolly pine primer soned wood from insects 1639 Potato production in far1518 Orchard irrigation 1583 Spring-sown red oats West1520 Soybeans 1584 Feed-lot and ranch equip1640 Fall-sown oats1523 Leather shoes ment for beef cattle 1641 Chestnut blight1524 Farm poultry raising 1585 Varieties of hard red winter 1612 Alfalfa-seed chalcid control1525 Haying equipment wheat 1643 Farm fire safeguards1526 Clearing land 1586 The southern pine beetle 1614 Local bird refuges1527 Peach brown rot and scab 1587 Mushroom culture 1645 Sugar-beet growing, Utah,1528 Control of alfalfa weevil 1588 Prevention of frost damage Idaho1529 Spray irrigation in East 1589 Husker-shredder on east1646 Asparagus culture1530 Fitting dresses and blouses ern Corn Belt farms 1649 Chimneys and fireplaces1531 Tobacco budworm 1590 Fire-protective construe1650 Flaxseed production by1532 Dairy-herd improvement tion on the farm power farming in north-1533 Rat control 1591 Transplanting trees and ern Great Plains1535 Farm horseshoing shrubs 1651 Corn earworm, Eastern1537 Johnson grass as a weed 1592 Beef production States1538 Incubation and brooding 1594 Preparation of bunched 1652 Poultry diseases. 10Oof chickens vegetables for market 1653 Sweetclover in Corn Belt1539 High-grade alfalfa hay 1595 The bollworm or corn-ear 1656 Peanut gro-wNin,1541 Feeding chickens worm as a cotton pest 1657 Great Basin wireworm in1543 Insects injurious to the rice 1596 Cattle grubs or heel flies Pacific Nrth westcrop 1597 Johnson grass hay and pas165S Farm water power1544 Common barberry and tures 1650 Oats, Northeastern Statesblack stem rust 1599 Scab of wheat and barley 1660 Logs and poles in farm con-1545 Dry farming, Columbia 1600 Dehorning, castrating, structionand Snake River Basins branding, and marking 1661 Farm study of cotton plant1546 Livestock farming in black beef cattle 1662 Husker-shredders in corn-prairie belt, Alabama 1602 Reed canary grass borer controland Mississippi 1603 Shelter belts on the north1663 Winter le.'umies as green1547 Rose diseases ern Great Plains manure in Cotton Belt1549 Feeding cattle for beef 1604 Dairy herd improvement 1664 Christmas trees a cash1551 Marketing farm produce associations crop for the farmby parcel post 1605 Soybean hay and seed 1667 Rural community fire de-1553 Planning and recording 1606 Farm drainage partmentsfamily expenditures 1607 Nematode disease of wheat 166S Red harvester ant1554 Poultry houses and rye 1669 Farm terracing1555 Peppermint and spear1608 Combined harvester and 1670 Hydrocyanic acid gas as amint as farm crops thresher fumigant fur household1556 Irrigation of small grain 1609 Lettuce growing insects1557 Peach insects in the South 1610 Dairy farming for beginners 1671 Shortleaf pine1558 Preparing eastern grapes 1611 Oats in western half of 1673 Farm gardens. 10_for market United States 1674 Food for children1559 Rural libraries 1612 Propagation of aquatic 167.5 Care of milk utensils1560 Preparing strawberries for game birds 1676 Lubricating-oil sprays formarket 1613 Propagation of upland dormant fruit trees1561 Puerto Rican mole cricket game birds 1677 Lawns1562 Farm practices under corn1614 Poultry records 1678 Safe use and storage of gaso-borer conditions 1615 Hay stackers line and kerosene on farm1563 Cucumber growing 1617 Soybean utilization 1679 Pop corn1564 Farm budgeting 1619 Producing sorgo for sirup 1680 Farmers in Northern1566 Sorghum midge 1620 Cucumbers for pickles States grow timber as1567 Propagation of trees and 1621 Hard red spring wheat money cropshrubs 1622 Rural buildings for busi1681 Corn Belt farming under1568 Rabbit parasites and disness and social uses corn-borer conditionseases 1623 Gipsy and brown-tail 1682 Usefulness of birds on the1569 Earthworms moths farm1570 Mosquitoes 1624 Mexican bean beetle in 1683 Measuring water in irri-1571 European starling in UnitEast gation channelsed States 1626 Feeding dairy cows 1686 Errors in cotton produc-1572 Making cellars dry 1627 Hessian fly tion1573 Legume hays for milk pro1628 Growing black locust trees 1687 Removing spray residueduction 1629 Steam sterilization of soils from apples and pears1574 Preparing Johnson hay for for tobacco and other 1688 Cotton insectsmarket in Alabama and crops 1689 Grape varieties in UnitedMississippi 1630 Irrigation of alfalfa States1577 Harvesting grain sorghums 1631 Broomcorn 1690 Moldboard plows1578 Marketing late potatoes 1632 Karakul sheep 1691 Grasshoppers in cereal and1579 Containers used in ship1633 Window curtaining forage cropsping fruits and vegetables 1634 Sweet corn for the cannery 1692 Bean diseasesUNITED STATES 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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA3 1262 08740 21851694 Dressing and packing tur1713 The treatment of American 1727 Selecting hens for egg pro.keys for market foulbrood duction1695 Preparing apples for mar1714 Corn culture 1728 Flax-fiber production ket in barrels and boxes 1715 Methods and costs of husk1729 Machinery for dusting cot-1697 Using soil-binding plants ing corn in the field tonto reclaim gullies in the 1716 Mole control 1731 Alfalfa varieties in theSouth 1718 Important sugar-beet byUnited States1698 Heating the farm home products and their utili1732 Growing barley for malt1699 Growin root crops for zation and feedlivestook 1719 Improving the farm envi1733 Planning a subsistence1700 Marketing hay by modern ronment for wildlife homesteadmethods 1720 Adobe or sun-dried brick 1734 Making American cheese1701 Corneribs for the Corn Belt for farm buildings on tha farm for home con-1702 Preparing peaches for the 1721 Determining the age of sumption market farm animals by their 1735 Pea diseases and their con-1703 Reservoirs for farm use teeth trol1704 11:)11zs dise136Antra1704 M gis disease 1722 Growing alfalfa 1736 Anthrax1051723 Feeding, care, and man1737 Stop gullies-save your1706 V rielies of duruin wheat agement of young dairy farm1707 Varieties of common white stock -1738 Farmhouse plansV he:i tstc171Brcoecutvinad1708 Varieties of club wheat 1724 Farm practice with lespe1741 Burcloer cultivation and1709 Pocket-gopher control deza1710 Rnange sheep production 1725 Methods and costs of filling 1742 Game laws 1934-351711 NN heat smuts and their silos in the North Central 1743 Hotbeds and coldframescontrol States 1744 The what and how of hy-1712 The hirlequin bug and its 1726 Treatment and care of tree brid corncontrol wounds 1746 Subsistence farm gardensLeaflet Series of Farmers' Bulletins1 Ways to save young livestock 55 Small trees wasteful to cut for 89 Stomach worms in sheep2 Cutworms in the garden saw timber 91 Kudzu, a forage crop in the3 Improved sanitation in milk 57 Pulpwood production in the Southeastproduct ion Northeast 92 Preparing wool for market5 Roundworms in pigs 59 Coyote and wolf trapping 93 Red-clover seed production7 Feeding dairy cows in sum60 Porcupine control in the inter-Mountainmer 61 English-sparrow control States8 M ink raising 62 Why some wood surfaces hold 94 lints on mountain-lion9 Storing farm butter for winter paint longer than others trapping12 Striped blister beetle on soy64 Making and packing egg 95 How to control ragweed, thebeans cases principal cause of autumn13 Sheep and goat lice 65 Red-squill powder in rat hay fever16 Purebred dairy sires control 96 Protecting poultry from pre-19 Improving dairy herds 67 Beef grading and stamping dacious birds 21 Woodchuck control, East service 97 Cross-blocking sugar beets23 Sweetelover 68 Roadside markets by machine25 Preventing feed flavors and 70 Home mixing of fertilizers 98 Red-clover failure in rela-odors in milk 71 Fertilizers of pecan soils tion to anthracnose in the27 Fur farming for beginners 72 Measuring hay in stacks southern part of the Clover29 The farm woods-a savings 73 Public market Beltbank paying interest 74 Boning lamb cuts 99 Huron timothy32 Planting southern pine 75 Warts on cattle 100 Lespedeza33 The combination cleaning 76 Slip coversand treating of seed wheat 77 Bracing farm buildings 101 Injury to buildings by ter-34 Trichinosis 78 Bobcat trapping mites35 Producing pine nursery stock 82 Controlling gullies by blue. 102 Eradicating tuberculosisin the South grass sod from poultry and swine38 Health of livestock in transit 83 More turpentine, less scar, 103 Quality guides in buying39 Eggs at any meal better pine sheets and pillowcases40 Woods burning in the South 84 Planting black walnut 104 Crested wheatgrass41 Good naval-stores practice 85 Strip cropping to prevent ero105 Quality guides in buying42 Good food habits for children sion ready-made dresses43 Wild garlic and its control 86 Protect hardwood stands from 106 Prevent storage rots of44 Fires on farms grazing47 Hygiene in fox farming 87 Wind-resistant construction sweetpotatoes49 Ice creams without stirring for farm buildings 107 The barrel seed scarifier51 Improving cattle in areas 88 Livestock poisoning by 108 Controlling kidney worms" ) freed of ticks plants producing hydroin swine in Southern States53 Cotton-louse control cyanic acid 110 Why red clover fails(Please arrange numbers in numerical order)Farmers' Bulletins Farmers' Eullettins Leaflets Leaflets-------. ----------------------------------------U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICEi 1938


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