Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909, Third Edition Revised and Enlarged, Volume 1, Lists of Congressional and Departmental Publications Page: 253
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A18. MICROSCOPY DIVISION-Continued
1 3 editions
2 2 editions
A19. PLANT INDUSTRY BUREAU
[The Bureau of Plant Industry was organized July 1, 1901, by the consolidation of the following divisions
of the Department, viz: Agrostology Division, see A3; Botany Division, see A6; Gardens and Grounds
Division, see A14; Pomology Division, see A20; Seed and Plant Introduction Section, see A23; Seed
Division, see A24; Vegetable Physiology and Pathology Division, see A28; also Arlington Experimental
Farm and Tea Investigations and Experiments Office.
See, for information concerning bureau, Historical sketch of Department of Agriculture (A21.3:3 1-3).]
[1901-09, in annual reports of Agriculture Department (A1.1:), and issued separately
Agriculture Department. Le travail du D6partement d'Agriculture
des Etats-Unis. 1905. narrow 16 [See, forotherinformation concerning
the history, work, and organization of the Department,
the various editions under A21.3:3 and A21.4:, also Yearbook,
Alfalfa, Medicago sativa, instructions adapted to sand-hill section of
Nebraska; [by H. N. Vinall]. Feb. 1909. narrow fo
Same, instructions adapted to New York and New England States;
[by J. M. Westgate]. July 7, 1909. narrow f
Same, instructions adapted to Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois,
Iowa, Missouri, eastern Kansas, and eastern Nebraska; [by J. M.
Westgate]. July 7, 1909. narrow fo
Same, instructions adapted to eastern Oregon and eastern Washington;
[by J. M. Westgate]. July 7, 1909.
Alfalfa. Drought-resistant alfalfas, Medicago sativa, instructions
adapted to western Nebraska, western Kansas, eastern Colorado,
Oklahoma, and western Texas; [by J. M. Westgate]. July 9,
1909. narrow f
Alfalfa. Cold-resistant alfalfas, Medicago sativa, instructions adapted
to Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana;
[by J. M. Westgate]. July 7, 1909. narrow fo
Alfalfa, Medicago sativa, instructions adapted to Pennsylvania, West
Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Virginia,
and Southern States, except western Texas; [by J. M. Westgate].
July 7, 1909. narrow f
See also entries under A19.6:A12.
Anthracnose. Bean anthracnose. Dec. 9, 1907.
Anthracnose. Cotton anthracnose. Dec. 9, 1907.
Bean. Soy bean, Glycine hispida; [by H. T. Nielsen]. Jan. 1909.
Bermuda grass, Cynodon dactylon; [by H. N. Vinall]. Jan. 1909.
Bluegrass. Kentucky bluegrass, Poa pratensis L.; [by R. A. Oakley].
Jan. 1909. narrow f 0
Boll-weevil. Agricultural methods for boll-weevil districts; by S. A.
Knapp. Feb. 21, 1905. 12
[Brome-grass] Bromus inermis; [by R. A. Oakley]. Jan. 1909. narrow
Al 2 7
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