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Agriculture 
Canada 



PUBLICATIONS OF THE 

CANADA 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 





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Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada - Agriculture et Agroalimentaire Canada 



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PUBLICATIONS OF THE 

CANADA DEPARTMENT 

OF AGRICULTURE 

1867 



1974 



2ND REVISED EDITION 

PREPARED BY HEADQUARTERS LIBRARY, OTTAWA. 
CANADA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

1975 



Information Canada 

Ottawa, 1975 
Cat. No.: A 22-53/1975 

Imprimerie Stellar Inc. 
Quebec, Que. 



CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION vi 

SECTION I: GENERAL DEPARTMENTAL PUBLICATIONS 1 

Numbered series 1 

Acts, orders and regulations 1 

Bulletin 2 

Bulletin: new series 2 

Circular 10 

Farmers' bulletin 16 

Historical series 22 

Household bulletin 23 

Monograph series 24 

Pamphlet 24 

Publication 31 

Technical bulletin 71 

Serials and periodicals 74 

Miscellaneous publications 77 

SECTION II: PUBLICATIONS OF SERVICES, 

BRANCHES, DIVISIONS AND OTHER SECTIONS 

OF THE DEPARTMENT 89 

Agricultural Food Board 89 

Agricultural Prices Support Board SEE Agricultural 

Stabilization Board 89 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development 

Administration 89 

Agricultural Stabilization Board 89 

Agricultural Supplies Board 89 

Agriculturist's Division 93 

Agrometeorology Section 93 

Analytical Chemistry Research Service 97 

Analytical Services Section 97 

Animal and Poultry Science Division 97 

Animal Husbandry Division 97 

Animal Pathology Division 98 

Apiculture Division 98 

Bacteriology Division 98 

Bee Division SEE Apiculture Division 98 

Biographic Unit 99 

Biometrics Unit SEE Statistical Research 

Service 220 

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Board of Grain Commissioners SEE Canadian Grain 

Commission 101 

Botany and Plant Pathology Division 99 

Canadian Dairy Commission 101 

Canadian Farm Loan Board 101 

Canadian Grain Commission 101 

Canadian Livestock Feed Board 103 

Canfarm 103 

Census and Statistics 103 

Cereal Crops Division 104 

Chemistry Division 1 05 

Consumer Section SEE Food Advisory Services 171 

Control Products Section 106 

Dairy Division 1 06 

Dairy Research, Division of 114 

Dairy Technology Research Unit 114 

Economics Branch 114 

Engineering Research Service 135 

Entomology Division 1 36 

Exhibition Branch 1 49 

Experiment Farms Service 149 

Farm Credit Corporation 169 

Fibre Division 170 

Field Husbandry, Soils and Agricultural Engineering 

Division 170 

Food Advisory Services 171 

Food Research Information Office 174 

Forage Crops Division 174 

Forest Biology Division 175 

Forestry Division 177 

Fruit Branch 178 

Fur Inspection and Grading Service 179 

Health of Animals Branch 180 

Horticulture Division 1 83 

Illustration Stations Division 186 

Information Division 186 

International Liaison Service 189 

Library 189 

Live Stock Branch 190 

Livestock and Livestock Products Division 193 

Livestock and Poultry Division 193 

Livestock Division 1 95 

Management Consulting Services 196 

Maritime Marshland Rehabilitation Administration 196 

Marketing and Trade Division 197 

Marketing Service 1 97 

Markets Information Section 198 



Markets Intelligence and Stock Yards Service 200 

Meat Inspection Division 200 

Office of the Chief Inspector of Stock 200 

Pesticide Technical Information Office SEE 

Scientific Information Section 216 

Pesticide Unit 201 

Plant Products Division 201 

Plant Protection Division 203 

Poultry Division 204 

Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration 206 

Production and Marketing Branch 209 

Production Service 209 

Research Branch 210 

Research Program Services 215 

Science Service 215 

Scientific Information Section 216 

Seed Branch 216 

Sheep and Goat Division 219 

Statistical Research Service 220 

Tobacco Division 220 



SECTION III: PUBLICATIONS OF RESEARCH 
ESTABLISHMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT 



222 



Animal Diseases Research Institute, Hull, Que 222 

Animal Research Institute, Ottawa 222 

Botanic Garden and Arboretum 222 

Cell Biology Research Institute, Ottawa SEE 

Chemistry and Biology Research Institute, Ottawa 222 

Cereal Breeding Laboratory, Winnipeg, Man 222 

Chemistry and Biology Research Institute, Ottawa 222 

Dominion Arboretum and Botanic Garden SEE Botanic 

Garden and Arboretum 222 

Entomology Laboratory, Chatham, Ont 222 

Entomology Laboratory, Kamloops, B.C 223 

Entomology Research Institute, Ottawa 223 



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Fort Vermillion, Alta 223 

Fort William, Ont 223 

Indian Head, Sask 223 

Kamloops, B.C 223 

Kapuskasing, Ont 224 

L'Assomption, Que 224 

Lennoxville, Que 224 

Manyberries, Alta 224 

Mile I0I9, Alaska Highway, Yukon 



Territory 224 



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mental Farm, Nappan, N.S 225 

mental Farm, Prince George, B.C 225 

mental Farm, Ste Anne de la Pocatiere, Que 225 

mental Farm, Scott, Sask 225 

mental Farm, Smithers, B.C 225 

mental Farm, Smithfield, Ont 226 

mental Fox Ranch, Summerside, P.E.I 226 

mental Station, Cap Rouge, Que 226 

mental Station, Farnham, Que 226 

mental Station, Invermere, B.C. SEE 



Experimental Station, Windermere, B.C 227 

Experimental Station, La Ferme, Que 226 

Experimental Station, Normandin, Que 226 

Experimental Station, Rosthern, Sask 226 

Experimental Station, Sidney, B.C 227 

Experimental Station, Windermere, B.C 227 

Experimental Substation, Fort Simpson, N.W.T 227 

Experimental Substation, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory 
SEE Experimental Farm, Mile 1019, Alaska Highway, 

Yukon Territory 224 

Experimental Substation, Woodslee, Ont 227 

Food Research Institute, Ottawa 227 

Forage Crops Laboratory, Saskatoon 227 

Forest Nursery Station, Indian Head, Sask 227 

Fruit and Vegetable Products Laboratory, Summerland, 

B.C 228 

Genetics and Plant Breeding Research Institute, Ottawa 

SEE Ottawa Research Station 230 

Grain Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Man 228 

Horticultural Organic Soil Substation, St. Clothilde 

de Chateauguay, Que 229 

Horticultural Substation, McDonald's Corner, N.B 230 

Insect Pathology Research Institute, Sault Ste 

Marie, Ont 230 

Microbiology Research Institute, Ottawa SEE 

Chemistry and Biology Research Institute, Ottawa 222 

Ottawa Research Station 230 

Pilot Flax Mill, Portage la Prairie, Man 230 

Plant Pathology Laboratory, Edmonton, Alta 231 

Plant Pathology Laboratory, Winnipeg, Man 231 

Plant Research Institute, Ottawa 231 

Reclamation Station, Melita, Man 232 

Research Institute, Belleville, Ont 232 

Research Institute, London, Ont 233 

Research Laboratory, St. Jean, Que 234 

Research Station, Agassiz, B.C 234 

Research Station, Beaverlodge, Alta 234 

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Brandon, Man 234 

Charlottetown , P.E.I 234 

Delhi, Ont 234 

Fredericton , N.B 235 

Harrow, Ont 235 

Kamloops, B.C 235 

Kentville, N.S 236 

Lacombe, Alta 236 

Lethbridge, Alta 237 

Melfort, Sask 238 

Morden, Man 238 

Regina, Sask 239 

Saanichton, B.C 239 

St. John's West, Newfoundland 239 

Saskatoon 239 

Sidney, B.C 240 

Summerland, B.C 240 

Swift Current, Sask 241 

Vancouver, B.C 242 

Vineland Station, Ont 242 

Winnipeg, Man 243 

Rust Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Man 243 

Soil Research Institute, Ottawa 243 

Soil Research Laboratory, Swift Current, Sask 243 

Soil Research Substation, VegreviJIe, Alta 243 



AUTHOR INDEX 244 



TITLE INDEX 264 



INTRODUCTION 



This list represents a fully revised and updated edition of Publications of 
the Canada Department of Agriculture 1867-1959, compiled by Ella S.G. 
Minter. The card catalogue and the serials list of the Department's 
Headquarters Library provided the principal sources of information for the 
list, but many other sources were consulted such as various bibliogra- 
phies, lists and annual reports. The list, therefore, is as complete and 
accurate as these sources permit. The Headquarters Library invites and 
would be very grateful for any corrections, additions or suggestions that 
would make it even more comprehensive and accurate. The list was 
produced for the first time with the help of computers. All information will 
be kept in computer storage and will be used to generate future revisions. 
The Department's annual Publications list will supplement this list until its 
next revision. 

SCOPE 

The list includes all publications, both English and French, issued by the 
Department from 1867 to 1973. It does not include, however, papers 
published in scientific journals, reprints, unnumbered contributions, confi- 
dential or restricted documents, unedited manuscripts or unprocessed 
papers. 

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT 

The list is divided into two separate, tumble-headed, English and French 
parts each of which is subdivided into three main sections. 

Section I: General Departmental Publications. 

Section II: Publications of Services, Branches, Divisions 

and other sections of the Department. 
Section III: Publications of Research establishments of the 

Department. 

Within each section the publications are generally grouped in the following 
order: Numbered series, Serials and periodicals, and Miscellaneous 
publications. 

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 

Ap Apri I 

Ag August 

D December 

F February 

Ja January 

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Je June 

Jl July 

Mr March 

My May 

N November 

n.d no date 

n.s.; new ser new series 

no number, numbers 

O October 

Rev Revised , Revision 

S September 

s series 

v . ; vol volume 

// no longer published 

- to , or to date 



VII 



SECTION I: GENERAL DEPARTMENTAL PUBLICATIONS 

Numbered Series 

Acts, orders and regulations. 

1 Boys' Cattle Breeding Club Policy. 1 922. 

2 European Corn Borer Regulations; Quarantine No.2 (Domestic). 

1922. 

3 The Root Vegetables Act. 1922. 

4 Fruit and Fruit Packages; Sections of the Inspection and Sales Act. 

Pt.9. 1922. 

5 European Corn Borer Regulations; Quarantine No.2 (Domestic). 2nd 

rev. 1923. 

6 The Dairy Produce Act. 1923. 

7 The Fruit Act and Regulations. 1 923. Rev. 1 927, 1 928, 1 929, 1 93I. 

8 The Destructive Insect and Pest Act. 1923. Rev. 1925, 1928 and 

Suppl. 1936. 

9 The Fertilizers Act. 1922. Rev. 1928, 1936. 

10 The Feeding Stuffs Act. 1923. Rev. 1936. 

11 The Seeds Act. 1923. 

1 2 Boys' Cattle Breeding Club Policy. 1 923. 

1 3 The Dairy Industry Act, 1 9I4. 1 923. 

14 The Dairy Produce Act. 1924. 

1 5 The Meat and Canned Foods Act. 1 924. 

16 Hay and Straw Inspection. 1925. 

17 The Dairy Produce Act. 1925. 

1 8 The Animal Contagious Diseases Act. 1 925. Rev. 1 939. 

19 The Cold Storage Act, 1907. 1925. 

20 Not published 

21 The Dairy Produce Act. 1927. 

22 The Agricultural Pests' Control Act, 1 927. 1 931 , 1 939. 

23 The United States Federal Import Milk Act. 1 927. 

24 The Seeds Act. 1 928, 1 930, 1 932, 1 937, 1 938, 1 939. 

25 The Meat and Canned Foods Act. 1929. Rev. 1933. 

26 The Dairy Industry Act. 1 929. 1 939. 

27 Regulations Governing the Inspection of Condensed, Evaporated and 

Dried Milk. 1929. Rev. 1945. 



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No. 

28 The Root Vegetables Act. 1 929. Rev. 1 93I, 1 934. 

29 Fertilizer Analyses, 1 928-29. 1 929. 

30 Fertilizer Analyses, 1 929-30. 1 930. 

31 The Maple Sugar Industry Act. 1931. 

32 The Hay and Straw Inspection Act. 1 933. 

33 The Dairy Industry Act. 1934. 

34 The Fruit and Honey Act. 1934. 

35 The Fruit, Vegetables and Honey Act. 1 935. Rev. 1 936, 1 937, 1 940. 

36 The Cold Storage Act, 1 907. 1 936. Rev. 1 939. 

37 The Dairy Industry Act. 1936. 

Bulletin 

1 B Maple sugar and syrup; importance of the industry and manufacture 
of pure maple sugar and syrup. 1907. 

2B The maple sugar industry in Canada. J.B.Spencer. 1913. 

Bulletin: new series 

Superseded by Farmers' bulletin. 

1 Poultry feeds and feeding. G.Robertson. 1925. 

2 Bran, shorts, middlings and feed flour; an investigation towards 

revised standards. FT. Shutt and S.N. Hamilton. 1 922. 

3 The natural control of the fall webworm (Hyphantria cunea Drury) in 

Canada, together with an account of its several parasites. J.D. 
Tothill. 1922. 

4 Weeds and weed seeds, illustrated and described. 1 922. 

5 The morphology and biology of a Canadian cattle-infesting black fly. 

A.E.Cameron. 1922. 

6 Results of experiments at Fort Vermilion, Alberta. R.Jones. 1922. 

7 Insects affecting greenhouse plants. A. Gibson and W.A. Ross. 

1922. 

8 Fertilizers for field crops; their nature, functions and application with 

results from recent experiments in Canada. FT. Shutt and B.L. 
Emslie. 1922. 

9 List of wholesale dealers in fruits and vegetables in Canada. 1922. 

10 Swine husbandry in Canada. J.B.Spencer. 1922. 

11 New varieties and selections of grain originated on the Dominion 

experimental farms. C.E.Saunders. 1922. 

12 Fox ranching in Canada. J.A.Allen and J.E.Smith. 1922,1926. 

13 The habits and economic importance of wolves in Canada. N. 

Criddle. 1925. 



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No. 

14 The testing of milk, cream and dairy by-products by means of the 

Babcocktest. J. F. Singleton. 1922. 

15 Pigeons. G. Robertson and W.W. Lee. 1923. 

16 Small cold storages and dairy buildings. J.A. Ruddick and J. 

Burgess. 1923. 

17 Hardy roses; their culture in Canada. I. Preston. 1923. Rev. 1927, 

1935. 

18 Modern orchard practices. M.B.Davis. 1923. 

19 The cranberry industry; its possibilities in Canada. M.B. Davis. 

1923. Rev. 1929. 

20 Preparing poultry produce for market. F.C. Elford. n.d. Rev. 1 929. 

21 Alkali soils; their nature and reclamation. FT. Shutt. 1923. 

22 Western prairie soils; their nature and composition. FT. Shutt. 

1923. 

23 Soil fertility; its economic maintenance and increase. FT. Shutt. 

1923. ' 

24 Published in French only 

25 Cooperation in marketing poultry products. T.A. Benson. 1 923. 

26 Biological notes on parasites of prairie cutworms. E.H. Strickland. 

1923. 

27 North American cerambycid larvae. F.C. Craighead. 1 923. 

28 Rabbits. G. Robertson and W.W. Lee. 1923. Rev. 1927. 

29 Insects affecting livestock. S. Hadwen. 1923. 

30 The maple sugar industry in Canada. 3rd ed. J.B.Spencer. 1923. 

31 Mange in horses, cattle and sheep. G.Hilton. 1923. 

32 Fruit and vegetables; canning, drying, storing. 1 924. 

33 Bees and how to keep them. C.B. Gooderham. 1 923. Rev. 1 936. 

34 Dairying in New Zealand and Australia. J.A. Ruddick. 1923. 

35 Canadian grown apples; delight in every bite. G.E. Mcintosh. 1 924. 

Rev. 1929, 1934. 

36 Medicinal plants and their cultivation in Canada. J.Adams. 1923. 

37 Studies on the spruce budworm (Cacoecia fumiferana Clem.) J.M. 

Swaine, F.C. Craighead and I.W. Bailey. 1 924. 

38 Report of first three years Canadian national egg-laying contests. 

F.C. Elford and A.G. Taylor. 1 924. 

39 Grasshoppers of British Columbia. R.C. Treheme and E.R. Buckell. 

1924. 

40 Hay and pasture crops in northwestern Saskatchewan. M.J. Tinline. 

1924. 

41 Sheep husbandry in Canada. 4th ed. J.B.Spencer. 1924. 



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No. 

42 Experiments with wheat at the Dominion Experimental Farm, 

Brandon, Manitoba; a summary 1889-1923. W.C. McKillican. 
1924. 

43 The prairie farmer's vegetable garden. W.C. McKillican and J.H. 

Cooper. 1925. 

44 Influence of grain growing on the nitrogen and organic matter content 

of the western prairie soils of Canada. FT. Shutt. 1925. 

45 Plum culture and district lists of plums suitable for Canada, with 

descriptions of varieties. W.T. Macoun. 1925. 

46 Turkeys, their care and management. A.G.Taylor. 1924. 

47 Cheese factory and creamery plans with specifications. 1925. Rev. 

1930,1935. 

48 The cause and prevention of mould in Canadian pasteurized butter. 

E.G. Hood and A.H.White. 1925. 

49 Meat and bone by-products; an investigation towards the establish- 

ment of standards. FT. Shutt and S.N. Hamilton. 1 925. 

50 Silage: sunflower, corn, sweet clover and other silages; their nature 

and composition. FT. Shutt and S.N. Hamilton. 1925. 

51 Tomato diseases. G.H. Berkeley. 1 925. Rev. 1 927. 

52 The Colorado beetle in Canada. A. Gibson and others. 1925. 

53 List of cheese factories and creameries in Canada, and registered 

numbers. 1925. 

54 Alfalfa in Manitoba; experimental results from the Dominion 

Experimental Farm, Brandon. S.J. Sigfusson. 1 925. 

55 Cultivation of the apple in Canada, with descriptions and lists of 

varieties. M.B.Davis. 1925. 

56 Report of the fourth and fifth annual Canadian national egg-laying 

contests. F.C. Elford. 1925. 

57 Buttermakingonthefarm. W.F.Jones. 1925. 

58 A survey of Canadian plants in relation to their environment. J. 

Adams. 1926. 

59 The pasteurization of milk, cream and dairy by-products. W.F. Jones 

and A.H.White. 1926. 

60 Annual flowers, with lists of varieties for special purposes and 

districts. I.Preston. 1926. 

61 Cold storage for creameries. J. A. Ruddick. 1926. 

62 Shipping cattle to Britain; experiments in the shipment of live cattle 

and chilled beef to England. 1926. 

63 The more important shade tree insects of eastern Canada and their 

control. J.M. SwaineandC.B. Hutchings. 1926. 

64 List of wholesale dealers in fruits and vegetables in Canada. 1926. 



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No. 

65 Fruit and vegetables; canning, drying, storing. 1 926. Rev. 1 929. 

66 White burley tobacco in Canada. H.A. Freeman. 1926. 

67 The grading of dairy produce in Canada. J.A. Ruddick. 1926. 

68 Sheep raising in central Alberta and a comparison of six breeds. F.H. 

Reed and L.T. Chapman. 1 926. 

69 Packing apples in barrels and boxes. A. Fulton. 1 926. 

70 Canadian creamery buttermaking. W.F.Jones. 1926. 

71 A summary of the prevalence of plant diseases in the Dominion of 

Canada, 1920-1924. F.L.Drayton. 1926. 

72 Crop rotations and soil management for eastern Canada. E.S. 

Hopkins and W.C. Hopper. 1 926. 

73 Swine husbandry in central Alberta; results from thirteen years of 

experiments at the Dominion Experimental Station, Lacombe, 
Alberta. F.H. Reed and L.T. Chapman. 1 927. 

74 Wintering bees in Canada. C.B. Gooderham. 1926. Rev. 1930, 

1940. 

75 Sheep husbandry in Canada. J.B.Spencer. 1926. Rev. 1928. 

76 Tobacco-growing in southwestern Ontario; a summary of ten years of 

experiment at the Dominion Experimental Station, Harrow, Ontario. 
D.D. Digges. 1927. 

77 Preserving fruits and vegetables in the home; results from experi- 

ments in canning, pickling and preserving, at the Central 
Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Ontario. E.W.Hamilton. 1927. Rev. 
1933. 

78 A short guide to Canadian genera of seed plants. J.Adams. 1927. 

79 The composition of Canadian Cheddar and process cheese. E.G. 

Hood and A.H.White. 1927. 

80 The strawberry and its cultivation in Canada. W.T. Macoun and M.B. 

Davis. 1927. 

81 Studies in cereal diseases. I. Smut diseases of cultivated plants; 

their cause and control. H.T. Gussowandl.L. Conners. 1927. 

82 Standard descriptions of vegetables; beets and carrots - a guide to 

seed-growers. T.F.Richie. 1927. 

83 Garnet wheat; new promising variety of early maturing spring wheat. 

L.H. Newman and A.G.O. Whiteside. 1 927. 

84 Field roots in Canada; classification, improvement, and seed 

production. G.P. McRostie and others. 1 927. Rev. 1 934. 

85 Studies in cereal diseases. II. Root-rots and foot-rots of wheat in 

Manitoba. F.J. Greaney and D.L. Bailey. 1 927. 

86 Lime in agriculture. FT. Shutt. 1928. 

87 The French-Canadian horse. G.A. Langelier. 1927. 



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No. 

88 Astragalus campestris and other stock poisoning plants of British 

Columbia. E.A.Bruce. 1927. 

89 Ornamental trees, shrubs, and woody climbers. W.T. Macoun. 

1927. 

90 Dehydration of fruits and vegetables in Canada; a summary of four 

years work of the Dehydration Committee. 1 927. 

91 Banner oats; the best variety for Quebec. G.A. Langelier. 1927. 

92 Manures and fertilizers; their nature, functions and application. FT. 

Shutt and L.E.Wright. 1927. 

93 Swine husbandry in Canada. J.B.Spencer. 1927. 

94 Growing and feeding field roots. E.S. Hopkins and others. 1 927. 

95 Some flowering bulbs. E.M. Straight and F.L. Drayton. 1928. 

96 The conversion of dry roughage into a succulent feed; an examination 

of the sugar jack process. 1 927. 

97 Experimental methods. I. Tables for computing yields of forage 

crops. G. P. McRostie and others. 1928. 

98 Crop rotations and soil management for the Prairie Provinces. E.S. 

Hopkins and S. Barnes. 1 928. 

99 Insects of the flower garden and their control. A. Gibson. 1 928. Rev. 

1934. 

100 The soils of Prince Edward Island; their nature and composition, with 

suggestions as to fertilizer treatment. FT. Shutt. 1 928. 

101 List of wholesale dealers in fruits and vegetables in Canada. Rev. 

1928,1930,1932. 

102 The manufacture of ice cream. A.H.White. 1928. 

103 Poultry breeding records. G.Robertson. 1928. 

104 Studies in forest pathology. I. Decay in balsam fir (Abies balsamea, 

Mill.). A.W. McCallum. 1928. 

105 Studies in cereal diseases. III. Seedling blight and foot-rots of oats 

caused by Fusarium culmorum (W.G. sm.) Sacc. P.M. Simmonds. 
1928. 

106 Studies in cereal diseases. IV. Stem rust in western Canada. D.L. 

Bailey. 1928. 

1 07 Standard descriptions of vegetables: peas. A guide to seed growers. 

T.F.Ritchie. 1928. 

1 08 Report of the sixth, seventh and eighth annual Canadian national egg- 

laying contests. A.G. Taylor. 1 929. 

109 List of cheese factories and creameries in Canada, and registered 

numbers. 1928. 

110 Studies in strawberry bud differentiation. H. Hill and M.B. Davis. 

1929. 



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Bulletin: new series cont. 

No. 

1 1 1 Studies in forest pathology. II. The biology of Fomes pinicola (SW.) 

Cooke. I.Mounce. 1929. 

112 Household insects and their control. A. Gibson and C.R. Twinn. 

1929. Rev. 1931. 

113 Herbaceous perennials, with lists of varieties for special purposes 

and districts. I.Preston. 1929. 

114 The raspberry and its cultivation in Canada. M.B. Davis, W.P.G. 

Garlick and G.H. Berkeley. 1 929. 

1 1 5 Cost of producing farm crops in eastern Canada. E.S. Hopkins, A. 

Gosselinand J.M.Armstrong. 1929. 

116 Microbiological studies of honey. A.G. Lochhead and D.A. Heron. 

1929. * 

117 Blackleg. A.E.Cameron. 1929. 

118 Seven year's experience with the combined reaper-thresher, 1922- 

1928, on the Dominion Experimental Station, Swift Current, Sask. 
J.G. Taggart, J.K. Mackenzie and E.S. Hopkins. 1 929. 

119 Studies in potato diseases. I. Late blight and rot of potatoes caused 

by the fungus Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) de Bary. R.R. Hurst. 
1929. 

120 Anthrax. A.E.Cameron. 1929. 

121 Corn growing in Manitoba. W.C. McKillican. 1929. 

1 22 Close-grazing; the composition of grass as influenced by frequency of 

cutting (grazing). FT. Shutt and S.N. Hamilton. 1919. 

123 Testing the producer's milk for quality. C.K. Johns and A.G. 

Lochhead. 1929. 

124 Peat, muck and mud deposits: their nature, composition and 

agricultural uses. FT. Shutt and L.E. Wright. 1 933. 

125 Use of irrigation water on farm crops. A. E. Palmer. 1929. 

1 26 Grading up the dairy cow by the use of pure-bred sires. W.W. Baird 

and S.A.Hilton. 1929. 

127 Bacteriological investigations of milking machines. A.G. Lochhead 

and C.K. Johns. 1929. 

128 A colour defect of Cheddar cheese. E.G. Hood and A.H.White. 

1929. 

129 Modern orchard practices. M.B. Davis, W.A. Ross and G.C. 

Chamberlain. 1930. 

130 Soil moisture and crop production; results of experiments conducted 

on the Dominion Experimental Station, Swift Current, Sask. S. 
Barnes and E.S. Hopkins. 1930. 

131 Foot and mouth disease. A.E.Cameron. 1930. 



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No. 

132 Poultry house construction, with general and detailed plans. F.C. 

Elford and H.S. Gutteridge. 1 930. 

1 33 Information for farmers and ranchers regarding tick paralysis in British 

Columbia. E.A.Bruce. 1930. 

134 Overseas tests of the milling and baking qualities of Garnet wheat. 

L.H.Newman. 1930. 

135 Beef; how to choose and cook it. F.G. Semple. 1930. 

136 Crop rotations and soil management for eastern Canada. E.S. 

Hopkins and W.C. Hopper. 1 930. 

1 37 Weeds and weed seeds, illustrated and described. 1 930. Rev. 1 935. 

138 The testing of milk, cream, butter, cheese and dairy by-products. 

J.F. Singleton and E.G. Hood. 1 930. 

139 Report of the ninth and tenth annual Canadian national egg-laying 

contests. A.G.Taylor. 1930. 

1 40 Studies in cereal diseases. VI. A study of the effect of environmental 

factors on the variability of physiologic forms of Puccinia graminis 
tritici, Erikss. and Henn. T.Johnson. 1931. 

141 The production of cheaper and better forage crops for livestock in 

central Alberta. G.E. Delong. 1 931 . 

142 Hedges and their uses, with notes on trees and shrubs tested for 

hedge purposes at the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, and 
lists of best hedges at the branch experimental stations. W.T. 
Macoun. 1931. 

143 Grasshopper control in Canada east of the Rocky Mountains. N. 

Criddle. 1931. 

1 44 Tree-planting on the prairies of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

N.M.Ross. 1933. 

145 Manures and fertilizers, their nature, functions and application. FT. 

Shutt and L.E.Wright. 1931. 

146 Rancid flavour in Cheddar cheese. E.G. Hood and A.H. White. 

1931. 

147 Standard descriptions of registered oat varieties. R.A. Derick. 

1931. 

148 Turf for sports use. R.I. Hamilton, F. Dimmock and S.E. Clarke. 

1931. 

149 Turkeys, their care and management. A.G.Taylor. 1931. 

1 50 Bovine infectious abortion or Bang's disease of cattle. C.A. Mitchell. 

1931. 

151 Dehydration of Canadian fruits. F.E.Atkinson. 1931. 

152 Parasites of horses. A.E.Cameron. 1931. 

1 53 Standard descriptions of vegetables. Beans. A guide to seed growers. 

T.F.Ritchie. 1931. 

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Bulletin: new series cont. 

No. 

154 A study of the carotinoid pigments of wheat and flour with special 

reference to wheat varieties. A. G.O.Whiteside. 1931. 

155 Not published 

156 Not published 

157 Legume inoculation. A.G. Lochhead. 1932. 

1 58 Internal parasites of poultry. E.A. Bruce. 1 932. 

1 59 Cost of producing farm crops in the Prairie Provinces. E.S. Hopkins, 

J.M. Armstrong and H.D. Mitchell. 1 932. 

160 Studies in cereal diseases. VIII. Specialization and hybridization of 

wheat stem rust, Puccinia graminis tritici, in Canada. M. Newton 
and T. Johnson. 1932. 

161 Vegetable insects and their control. A.G. Dustan. 1932. 

1 62 Apple pollination studies in the Annapolis Valley, N.S., Canada, 1 928- 

1 932, under the direction of W.H. Brittain. 1 933. 

163 Crop rotations and soil management for eastern Canada. 3rd. ed. 

E.S. Hopkins, P.O. Ripley and W. Dickson. 1 933. 

164 Vegetable growing in the coast area of British Columbia. J.J.Woods. 

1933. 

165 Cooling milk on the farm. C.K.Johns. 1933. 

166 Poultry feeds and feeding. G. Robertson and H.S. Gutteridge. 

1933. 

167 Johne's disease of cattle. G.Hilton. 1934. 

1 68 Cost of producing farm crops in eastern Canada. E.S. Hopkins, J.M. 

Armstrong and H.D. Mitchell. 1 934. 

169 Bees and how to keep them. C.B. Gooderham. 1934. 

170 Studies in cereal diseases. X. Studies of take-all and its causal 

organism, Ophiobolus graminis Sacc. R.C. Russell. 1 934. 

171 Studies in cereal diseases. XI. The prevention of cereal rusts by the 

use of fungicidal dusts. F.J. Greaney. 1934. 

172 Modern orchard practices. M.B. Davis, W.A. Ross and G.C. 

Chamberlain. 1934. 

173 Farmers' business organizations in Canada. A.E. Richards. 1934. 

174 Tuberculin studies relative to potency determinations. L.M. Heath. 

1935. 

175 Soil texture in relation to tobacco growing in British Columbia. A.J. 

Mann. 1935. 

176 Tobacco growing in Canada. N.A. MacRae. 1935. 

177 Goat husbandry in Canada. A.A. MacMillan. 1935. 

178 Varietal studies of flue-cured, burley and dark tobaccos. N.A. 

MacRae and R.J. Haslam. 1 935. 



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Bulletin: new series cont. 

No. 

1 79 Soil drifting control in the Prairie Provinces. E.S. Hopkins and others. 

1935. 

180 The cranberry industry, its possibilities in Canada. M.B. Davis, F.C. 

Gilliatt and K.A. Harrison. 1 935. 

181 Canadian wool, grading and marketing. A.A. MacMillan. 1935. 

Circular 

Supersedes Experimental Farms Service. Circular. 
Superseded by Publication 

1 Mosaic and leaf curl of the cultivated red raspberry. W.H. Rankin and 

J.F. Hockey. 1922. 

2 Field crop insects; crop rotation to offset injury. H.F. Hudson. 1 922. 

3 How to prevent goitre in new born lambs, calves and other animals, 

hairless pigs. F.Torrance. 1922. 

4 The date on which it is safe to re-seed fields in the Prairie Provinces 

after they have been devastated by the pale western cutworm. 
H.L. Seamans and E.H. Strickland. 1 922. 

5 Why and how to use skim-milk. H.G.Campbell. 1922. 

6 Why and how to use cream. H.G.Campbell. 1922. 

7 Why and how to use cottage cheese. H.G.Campbell. 1922. 

8 Why and how to use buttermilk. H.G.Campbell. 1922. 

9 The branding or marking of cheese and butter boxes. 1922. 

1 The fruit-tree leaf-roller, Cacoecia argyrospila Walk., and its control in 

British Columbia. E.P. Venables. 1 924. 

1 1 Oat hulls and their use in feeding stuffs. A. Eastham and L.V. Baker. 

1922. 

12 How to foretell outbreaks of the pale western cutworm in the Prairie 

Provinces. H.L. Seamans. 1923. 

1 3 Published in French only 

1 4 The beet webworm. E.H. Strickland and N. Criddle. 1 923. 

15 Diseases of plums and their control. H.R. McLarty. 1923. 

16 Size and colour minimums for apples. 1923. 

17 Fruit and vegetable recipes. E.A.Preston. 1923. 

1 8 Causes of variation in the percentage of fat in hand separator cream. 

G.H. Barr. 1924. 

1 9 The control of forest tent caterpillars in the Prairie Provinces. J.J. de 

Gryse. 1924. 

20 Vat and churning numbers on cheese and butter packages. 1924. 

21 The walnut caterpillar and its control. C.B. Hutchings. 1924. 

22 Two insects affecting cane fruits in British Columbia. W. Downes and 

R. Glendenning. 1924. 



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No. 

23 The lesser oak carpenter worm and its control. C.B. Hutchings. 

1924. 

24 The European earwig; an undesirable pest. A. Gibson. 1 924. 

25 The grasshoppers of British Columbia with particular reference to the 

influence of injurious species on the range lands of the province. 
R.C. Treheme and E.R. Buckell. 1 924. * 

26 Practical steer feeding on the prairies. 1924. 

27 The plum curculio (Conotrachelus nenuphar Herbst) and its control in 

Quebec. C.E. Petch. 1924. 

28 The apple maggot and its control in Quebec. C.E. Petch. 1924. 

Rev. 1933. 

29 Sheep dipping. A.A. MacMillan. 1924. 

30 The weights and branding of dairy butter. 1937. 

31 The household preservation of eggs. FT. Shutt. 1 926. 

32 Soil examination for farmers. FT. Shutt. 1924. 

33 Marking vat numbers on cheese and cheese packages. 1925. Rev. 

1934. 

34 Trap-nests. F.C. Elford. 1925. 

35 Brooding and rearing of chicks. G. Robertson. 1 925. 

36 The apple curculio and its control in Quebec. C.E. Petch. 1925. 

Rev. 1926. 

37 Two orchard scale insects; the San Jose scale and the oyster-shell 

scale. W.A.Ross. 1925. 

38 Flowers for the prairie home. M.J. Tinline. 1925. 

39 The European red mite - a pest of fruit trees. W.A.Ross. 1925. Rev. 

1930. 

40 Size and colour minimums for apples. 1925. 

41 The candling of eggs. W.A. Brown and W.H.Ault. 1926. 

42 Improving incubation by increasing humidity. A.E. Palmer and J.M. 

Dykes. 1926. 

43 Milk drinks. H.G.Campbell. 1926. 

44 The rose chafer. W.A. Ross and J.A. Hall. 1926. 

45 Mushroom culture. HT. Gussow. 1926. 

46 The feeding of dairy cattle. G.B. RothwellandG.W. Muir. 1926. 

47 Cold storage temperatures, n.d. 

48 White pine blister rust. A.W. McCallum. 1927. 

49 Varieties of tobacco recommended for the Province of Quebec. 

1927. 

50 Notes on the cold storage of eggs. 1926. 



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Circular cont. 

No. 

51 The field carrot; its place in Quebec's agriculture. G.A. Langelier. 

1927. 

52 The blister mite of apple and pear. E.R. Buckell and E.P. Venables. 

1927. 

53 Production of alfalfa on range lands of Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

G.P. McRostie and S.E. Clarke. 1 927. 

54 Published in French only 

55 Goose raising. A.G.Taylor. 1928. 

56 Treatment for cereal smuts. I.L. Conners. 1927. 

57 The oriental peach moth in Ontario. W.A. Ross. 1 927. 

58 Crown gall of fruit trees and small fruits. G.H.Berkeley. 1927. 

59 How to rid a henhouse of mites. G.Robertson. Rev. 1927. 

60 The effect of male birds on market eggs. 1929. 

61 The feeding of swine. G.B. RothwellandW.G. Dunsmore. 1928. 

62 Mosquito control in Canada. E. HearleandC.R.Twinn. 1928. 

63 How to make and use hotbeds and cold frames. T.F.Ritchie. 1928. 

64 The washing and sterilization of farm dairy utensils. C.K. Johns. 

1928. 

65 The red currant and the white currant; their place in Quebec's 

horticulture. G.A. Langelier. 1928. 

66 The control of loose smut in wheat. H.T. Giissow. 1 928. 

67 Trapping moles. J.J.Woods. 1928. 

68 Yield and relative value of some dairy products. 1928. 

69 The disease of rye and other grains and grasses called ergot. H.T. 

Gussow. 1929. 

70 Natural incubation. F.C. Elford. 1 929. Rev. 1 934. 

71 Artificial incubation. F.C. Elford. 1 929. Rev. 1 934. 

72 Root-rots of cereals. 1929. 

73 The round-headed apple-tree borer and its control. C.E. Petch. 

1930. 

74 Horsetail; a horse poisoning weed. H. Groh. 1 930. 

75 Poison ivy (Rhus toxicodendron L). H. Groh. 1930. 

76 Brooding and rearing of chicks. G. Robertson and H.S. Gutteridge. 

1930. 

77 The lecanium scale; an insect affecting fruit and shade trees on the 

Pacific Coast. R. Glendenning. 1931. 

78 The all-year hog cabin. 1931. 

79 The cherry fruit worm and its control in British Columbia. W. Downes. 

1931. 

80 How to rid a hen of lice and a henhouse of mites. G. Robertson. 

1931. 

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No. 

81 Growing caragana for field shelters and hedges. N.Ross. 1931. 

82 Government cooperation in farm tree planting in Manitoba, Saskatch- 

ewan and Alberta. 1931. 

83 Conditions as to the preparation of the soil for tree planting. 1934. 

84 Special instructions for planting evergreens. 1 931 . 

85 How to plant cuttings. 1931. 

86 Instructions for planting seedlings. 1931. 

87 The farm flock. G.Robertson. 1932. 

88 The control of the imported onion maggot. A.G. Dustan. 1933. 

89 The feeding of horses. E.S. Archibald and G.B. Rothwell. 1 933. 

90 How to make a sketch of the proposed shelter belt. N.Ross. 1934. 

91 The potato situation in eastern Canada, May 1 935. 1935. 

92 Studies in fruit diseases. VIII. Preventing peach canker. R.S. 

Willison and G.C. Chamberlain. 1 935. 

93 Take-all -a root-rot of cereal crops. R.C.Russell. 1936. 

94 The production of smut-free seed. W.F. Hanna and W. Popp. 1 936. 

95 The farm flock. G.Robertson. 1936. 

96 The grading of eggs according to the Canadian standards. 1936. 

97 Why and how to use skim-milk. 1936. 

98 Why and how to use cottage cheese. 1936. 

99 Published in French only 

1 00 Healthful meals at low cost. E.L. Elliot and L.C. Pepper. 1 936. 

101 Goose raising. A.G.Taylor. 1936. Rev. 1945. 

102 Growing caragana for field shelters and hedges. N.Ross. 1936. 

1 03 Government cooperation in farm tree planting in Manitoba, Saskatch- 

ewan and Alberta. 1936. 

1 04 Conditions as to the preparation of the soil for tree planting under the 

Dominion government's system of free distribution. 1 936. 

1 05 Special instructions for planting evergreens. 1 936. 

106 How to plant cuttings. 1936. 

107 Instructions for planting seedlings. 1936. 

108 How to make a sketch of the proposed shelter belt. N.Ross. 1936. 

109 Studies in fruit diseases. IX. Apple scab. J. F. Hockey. 1936. 

110 Directions for collecting and preserving insects. J.H. McDunnough. 

1936. 

1 1 1 Published in French only 

112 A home cider press. F.E.Atkinson. 1936. 

1 1 3 Rearing chicks from the incubator to the laying pen or fattening crate. 

F.C. Elford and H.S. Gutteridge. 1 936. 



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Circular cont. 

No. 

114 Studies in fruit diseases. II. Diseases of plums and their control. 

G.H.Berkeley. 1936. 

115 The correct branding for butter and cheese boxes. 1936. 

116 Causes of variation in the percentage of fat in hand separator cream. 

n.d. 

117 Milk drinks. 1936. 

118 Prevention of virus diseases of greenhouse grown tomatoes. G.H. 

Berkeley. 1937. 

1 1 9 Prevention of tobacco mosaic in Ontario. G.H. Berkeley. 1 937. 

120 Poison ivy. H.Groh. 1937. 

121 Contributions to Canadian botany. I. Keys to goldenrods in Canada 

and Newfoundland. E.W. Hart. 1 937. 

122 The weights and branding of dairy butter. 1937. 

1 23 Brown heart of turnips. R.R. Hurst. 1 937. 

1 24 The fruit tree leaf roller, Cacoecia argyrospila Walk., and its control in 

British Columbia. E.P. Venables. n.d. 

125 The blister mite of apple and pear. E.P. Venables and A.D. Heriot. 

1937. 

1 26 Plant food evaluation; how to value the plant food content of different 

fertilizers. L.E. Wright and G.S. Peart. 

127 Plants responsible for hay fever. H.Groh. 1937. 

128 Low temperature injury to late harvested potatoes. R.R. Hurst. 

1937. 

1 29 The self feeder for hogs. G.B. Rothwell. Rev. by E.B. Fraser. 1 938. 

130 Sheep dipping. A.A. MacMillan. 1939. 

131 The all-year hog cabin. E.B. Fraser and F.W. Graves. 1944. 

132 Hints on dry land gardening. E. Braun and C. Walkof. 1938. Rev. 

1947. 

133 Trapping moles. J.J.Woods. 1938. 

134 Tree planting around dams and dugouts. N.Ross. 1938. 

1 35 The manufacture of cottage cheese. 1 938. 

136 The ergot disease of rye and other grains and grasses. H.T. 

Gussow. 1938. 

137 The control of some common species of household insects. A. 

Gibson and C.R. Twinn. 1 938. 

138 Household storage of fruits and vegetables. R.E.Robinson. 1938. 

139 Mushroom culture. H.T. Gussow. 1938. 

140 Colony houses. 1939. 

141 The neutralization of cream for buttermaking. 1939. 

Rev. by A.H.White. 1950. 



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No. 

142 Rutabaga or swede turnip as a vegetable crop. T.F.Ritchie. 1939. 

143 The use and possible effects of live virus-vaccine as a means of 

preventing distemper on fox and mink farms. E.A.Watson. 1939. 

144 The feeding of horses. E.S. Archibald and G.B. Rothwell. Rev. by 

G.W. Muir. 1939. 

145 Irrigating a prairie farm garden. W.H.Fairfield. 1939. 

146 Fire-blight of apples and pears. H.N. Racicot. 1940. 

147 Growing grapes for home use. F.S.Browne. 1939. Rev. 1949. 

148 Some uses of plant hormones. R.W. Oliver and N.H. Grace. 1940. 

149 Gas storage. W.R.Phillips. 1939. 

1 50 Natural incubation. 1 939. 

151 Preparing bees for winter. C.B. Gooderham. 1939. 

152 The control of external parasites of poultry; the control of mites and 

lice on the poultry plant. 1939. 

1 53 The probable scarcity of rennet for the manufacture of cheese, with 

some directions for securing a supply. 1 939. 

154 The production of mangel and sugar beet seed. R.M. MacVicar and 

F.S. Nowosad. 1939. 

155 The production of swede turnip seed. F.S. Nowosad and R.M. 

MacVicar. 1939. 

1 56 Artificial incubation. 1 939. 

157 Care of bees and equipment. C.A. Jamieson. 1939. 

158 The cooling of milk for cheesemaking. 1940. 

159 The rose chafer. W.A. Ross and J.A. Hall. 1940. 

160 Two methods of wintering bees for the Prairie Provinces. E. Braun. 

1940. 

161 The paralysis tick, Dermacentor andersoni Stiles; its life-history and 

control. G.A. Mail. 1940. 

162 Making Bordeaux mixture. J. F. Hockey. 1940. 

163 Prevention of tobacco mosaic. G.H.Berkeley. 1940. 

164 Rootrots of cereals. 1940. 

165 The prevention of brown rootrot and black rootrot of tobacco in 

Canada. L.W. Koch and R.J. Haslam. 1 940. 

166 Hotbeds and cold frames. T.F.Ritchie. 1940. 

167 Tobacco soils and fertilizers. 1940. 

168 Tobacco types and varieties. 1940. 

169 Haemorrhagic septicaemia or shipping fever. G.Hilton. 1940. 

170 The correct branding for cheese and for cheese boxes. 1940. 

171 Control of the blue mould disease of tobacco. L.W.Koch. 1941. 
172. Mosquito control in Canada. C.R.Twinn. 1941. 



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Circular cont. 

No. 

173 Cooperation in Canada, 1941. J.E. O'Meara and L.M. Lalonde. 

1942. 

1 74 Basic cost rates for custom work charges (for the Prairie Provinces) 

1943. 

175 Homemade electric brooders. C.F. Bailey, L. Griesbach and J. A. 

Rankin. 1943. 

176 Pruning, thinning and utilizing trees, with special reference to prairie 

farm shelterbelts. J.Walker. 1945. 

177 Reed canary grass. W.J. White and others. 1948. 

178 Simplifying 2, 4-D. G. Knowles. 1948. 

Rev. by G. Knowles and E.G. Anderson. 1 949. 

179 Potatoes for livestock. 1948. 

180 Poison ivy. 1949. 

181 Currant culture. 1950. 

182 Legume inoculation. 1950. 

183 Raspberries and blackberries. 1950. 

184 Strawberry growing. 1950. 

185 Gooseberry growing. 1950. 

186 Cooling milk on the farm. 1950. 

187 Guide to culling hens. 1950. 

188 Producing pure milk. 1950. 

189 Ladino clover. 1950. 

Farmers' bulletin 

Supersedes Bulletin and Pamphlet. Superseded by 
Publication 

1 Lamb feeding in Southern Alberta, with a supplement on The 

utilization of the forest reserve for summer sheep pasture. W.H. 
Fairfield and K. Rasmussen. 1 936. 

2 Improved market type in poultry breeding stock. 1 935. 

3 The potato in Canada. T.F. Ritchie and others. 1 936. Rev. 1 940. 

4 Medicinal plants and their cultivation in Canada. J.Adams. 1936. 

5 Trends in the Canadian tobacco industry, 1920-1934. T.G. Major. 

1936. 

6 Skin scabies or mange of the fox. P.J.G. Plummer. 1936. 

7 Poultry house construction with gereral and detailed plans. F.C. 

Elford and H.S. Gutteridge. 1 936. 

8 Package bees and how to install them. C.B. Gooderham. 1936. 

9 Directory of cooperative associations in Canada. 1 936. 

10 Use of irrigation water on farm crops. A. E. Palmer. 1936. Rev. I939. 



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Farmers' bulletin cont. 

No. 

1 1 Package bees in Manitoba; eleven years experimental results, 1 921 - 

1931. E. Braun. 1936. 

12 Producing clean milk. A.G. Lochhead. 1939. 

13 Silage production. E.S. Hopkins and P.O. Ripley. 1936. 

14 Departmental directory and list of publications. 1936. Rev. 1937, 

1938,1939. 

Rev. as: List of publications. 1940. 

15 Published in French only 

16 Advice to the beginner in the selection of sheep for breeding. A.A. 

MacMillan. 1936. 

1 7 Directory of cold storage warehouses in Canada. 1 936. Rev. 1 948. 

1 8 Handbook of Canadian spring wheat varieties. L.H. Newman, J.G.C. 

Fraser and A.G.O. Whiteside. 1 936. Rev. 1 939, 1 946. 

19 A study of the dressed hog. 1936. 

20 Poultry feeds and feeding. G. Robertson and H.S. Gutteridge. 

1936. Rev. 1940, 1946. 

2 1 The packing and transportation of Nova Scotia apples. 1 936. 

22 List of cheese factories and creameries in Canada and registered 

numbers. 1 936. Rev. 1 954, 1 969. 

23 The production of flaxseed in Canada. W.G. McGregor. 1936. Rev. 

1946. 

24 Simple methods for the storage of ice. 1936. 

25 An economic analysis of the sheep ranching industry in western 

Canada. L.E.Kindt. 1936. 

26 Standard descriptions of registered oat varieties. R.A. Derick. 

1937. 

27 Oats in Canada. R.A. Derick. 1937. 

28 Seeding crested wheat grass for hay and pasture. T.M. Stevenson, 

S.E. Clarke and F.M. Maclsaac. 1 937. 

29 Tankage, its value in livestock and poultry feeding. E.B. Fraser, J.G. 

Stothart and H.S. Gutteridge. 1 937. 

30 Sheep husbandry in Canada. 8th ed. 1937. 

31 Published in French only 

32 Soil drifting control in the Prairie Provinces. E.S. Hopkins, A.E. 

Palmer and W.S. Chepil. 1 937. Rev. 1 946. 

33 Pasteurization of milk, cream and dairy by-products. 1939. Rev. 

1945. 

34 The cause and prevention of mould in Canadian pasteurized butter. 

E.G. Hood and A.H.White. 1939. 

35 Cheese factory and creamery plans with specifications. 1 946. 



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Farmers' bulletin cont. 

No. 

36 Vegetable growing in the coast area of British Columbia. J.J.Woods. 

1937. 

37 Bees and how to keep them. C.B. Gooderham. 1937. 

38 Preparing poultry for market; crate feeding, killing and dressing, 

government grades. 1 937. Rev. 1 940. 

39 Finish poultry before marketing. W.A. Brown and F.C. Elford. 1 937. 

40 Manures, fertilizers and soil amendments; their nature, function and 

use. L.E.Wright and H.S.Hammond. 1937. Rev. 1940, 1951. 

41 Turkeys, their care and management. A.G.Taylor. 1937. 

42 Bulldog-jaw and parrot-mouth defects of sheep. G.W. Muir and 

others. 1937. 

43 Feeds and feeding for farm livestock in the Maritime Provinces. 

1937. 

44 Crested wheat grass. L.E. Kirk and others. 1937. 

45 Standard methods for the preparation of market poultry. 1 937. 

46 Soil moisture and crop production under dry land conditions in 

western Canada. S.Barnes. 1938. 

47 Bovine infectious abortion or Bang's disease in cattle. C.A. Mitchell. 

1938. 

48 Published in French only 

49 Deciduous trees and conifers more commonly used for ornamental 

purposes throughout Canada. R.W. Oliver and E.B. Watson. 
1938. 

50 The improvement of burn-out lands in southern Saskatchewan. E.C. 

Sackville. 1938. 

51 Pasture improvement in eastern Canada. 1 938. 

52 Buttermakingonthefarm. 1941. 

53 Insects and allied parasites injurious to livestock and poultry in 

Canada. E. Hearle. 1938. 

54 Mechanical spreaders for grasshopper bait. H.J. Kemp, S.H. Vigor 

and K.M.King. 1938. 

55 Parasites of horses. A.E.Cameron. 1940. 

56 The testing of milk, cream, butter, cheese and dairy by-products. 

1942. ' 

57 Published in French only 

58 Capons and caponizing. 1939. 

59 The pale western cutworm and its control. H.L. Seamans. 1 938. 

60 The cranberry industy, its possibilities in Canada. M.B. Davis, K.A. 

Harrison and F.C. Gilliatt. 1 938. 

61 Published in French only 

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Farmers' bulletin cont. 

No. 

62 The summer-fallow in Manitoba. M.J. Tinline and D.A. Brown. 

1938. 

63 The strawberry and its cultivation in Canada. M.B. Davis and others. 

1938. 

64 Tree-planting on the prairies of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

N.M.Ross. 1938. 

65 The care of farm dairy utensils. C.K.Johns. 1938. Rev. 1952, 1953. 

66 The care of cream for buttermaking. 1938. 

67 Goat husbandry in Canada. A. A. MacMillan. 1938. 

68 Tobacco growing in Canada. N.A. MacRae. 1938. 

69 The control of stomach worms in sheep in eastern Canada. W.E. 

Swales. 1939. 

70 Published in French only 

71 Household insects and their control. A. Gibson and C.R. Twinn. 

1 939 (and supplement) 1 948. 

72 Small cold storages and dairy buildings. 1950. 

73 Published in French only 

74 The production of flue-cured tobacco seedlings in Ontario. F.A. 

Stinson. 1939. 

75 Operation and construction of domestic canneries in British Colum- 

bia. F.E.Atkinson. 1939. 

76 Vanguard oats; origin, description and performance. J.N. Welsh. 

1939. 

77 Types of farming in Canada. I. S. McArthur and J.Coke. 1939. 

78 Karakul (fur bearing) sheep and Persian lamb fur production. A. A. 

MacMillan. 1939. 

79 Hog cholera. A.E.Cameron. 1939. 

80 Soybeans. F. Dimmock. 1939. 

81 Published in French only 

82 Published in French only 

83 Vegetables for prairie farms. W.R. Leslie and W. Godfrey. 1939. 

84 Studies in cereal diseases. XII. Stem rust of cereals. J.H. Craigie. 

1940. 

85 Diseases of tobacco in Canada. G.H. Berkeley and L.W. Koch. 

1940. Rev. 1950. 

86 White grubs and their control in eastern Canada. G.H. Hammond. 

1940. 

87 Tobacco in British Columbia. A.J.Mann. 1940. 

88 Field roots in Canada; classification, improvement and seed 

production. 1 940. 

89 Wintering bees in Canada. C.B. Gooderham. 1 940. 

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Farmers' bulletin cont. 

No. 

90 Canadian poultry handbook. 1940. 

91 The vegetable garden. W.S. Blair and T.F. Ritchie. 1 940. 

92 Swine production. F.H. Reed and H.E.Wilson. 1940. 

Rev. by HE. Wilson, J.G. Stothart and G.E. DeLong. 1951. 

93 Improved pasture crops and pasture practices for central Alberta. 

F.H. Reed and G.E. DeLong. 1 940. 

94 Insects affecting greenhouse plants. A. Gibson and W.A. Ross. 

1940. 

95 Snow utilization in prairie agriculture. G.D.Matthews. 1940. 

96 The best varieties of grain. 1940. 

97 Varieties of tree fruits for Prince Edward Island. J. A. Clark and G.C. 

Warren. 1940. 

98 A practical farm root cellar. R.A.Schmidt. 1940. 

99 Eradication of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula). M.J. Tinline. 1940. 

100 Ornamental shrubs and woody climbers more commonly used for 

landscape purposes throughout Canada. R.W. Oliver and E.B. 
Watson. 1941. 

101 Flue-cured tobacco growing in Ontario. F.A. Stinson and H.F. 

Murwin. 1941. 

102 Sight sexing barred rock baby chicks. 1941. 

103 Regrassing abandoned farms, submarginal cultivated lands and 

depleted pastures in the prairie areas of Western Canada. S.E. 
Clarke and D.H. Heinrichs. 1 941 . 

104 Hays and hay making in the Prairie Provinces. M.J. Tinline. 1941. 

105 Apple harvesting and storage in British Columbia. J.E. Britton, D.V. 

Fisher and R.C. Palmer. 1 941 . 

106 The place of hogs on Ontario farms. F.H. Gorsline and H.K. Leckie. 

1941. 

107 The direct marketing of livestock. W.F.Chown, S.C. Hudson and J.N. 

Lewis. 1941. 

108 Tankage: its value in swine feeding. F.H. Reed and H.E. Wilson. 

1941. 

109 Mange in horses, cattle and sheep. 1942. 

110 Alfalfa for hay, silage and pasture. 1942. 

111 Land clearing. P.O. Ripley, J.M. Armstrong and W. Kalbfleisch. 

1942. Rev. 1946. 

112 Diseases of greenhouse cucumbers. L.W.Koch. 1942. 

113 Construction and operation of a home storage for fruits and 

vegetables. W.R.Phillips. 1942. 

114 Home processing of fruits and vegetables. F.E. Atkinson and C.C. 

Strachan. 1942. 



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Farmers' bulletin cont. 

No. 

115 Fattening poultry for market. 1942. 

116 Mower repairs and adjustments. W. Kalbfleisch. 1943. 

117 Guide for the selection of agricultural soils. P.C. Stobbe and A. 

Leahey. 1943. 

118 Cost of operating farm machinery in eastern Canada. W. Kalbfleisch. 

1943. 

119 Hay making with crested wheatgrass in the dry areas of Alberta. 

R.W. Peake and H. Chester. 1 943. 

1 20 The blueberry. E.L. Eaton and others. 1 943. Rev. 1 949. 

121 Keeping pigs healthy (Western Canada ed.) 1943. 

122 Tomato diseases. G.H. Berkeley and J. K. Richardson. 1944. 

123 Diseases of the raspberry. G.H. Berkeley and G.C. Chamberlain. 

1944. Rev. 1947. 

124 Crop rotations in the Prairie Provinces. E.S. Hopkins and A. Leahey. 

1944. 

125 The milk goat in Canada. J.A. Telfer. 1944. 

126 Control of couch grass in Manitoba. 1944. 

127 The use of power equipment in the improvement of Alberta bush 

lands. B.K.Acton. 1944. 

128 Pasture for poultry. H.S. Gutteridge and F.S. Nowosad. 1945. 

129 Directory of cooperative associations in Canada, 1945. 1945. Rev. 

1949. 

130 Dividing over-wintered colonies for increased honey production. E. 

Braun. 1945. 

131 Bush fruits. D.S.Blair. 1945. Rev. 1950. 

132 Storage of apples. W.R.Phillips. 1946. 

Rev. by W.R. Phillips and P.A. Poapst. 1 952. 

1 33 Outdoor roses in Canada. R.W. Oliver. 1 946. Rev. 1 950. 

134 Orchard irrigation in British Columbia. J.C.Wilcox. 1946. 

135 Variety notes on some tree fruits grown on prairie orchards. W.R. Leslie. 

1946. 

136 Frameworking fruit trees. R.J.Hilton. 1946. 

137 Eggs; the production, identification and retention of quality in eggs. 

E.S.Snyder. 1946. 

138 Herbaceous perennials for Canadian gardens. I.Preston. 1946. 

Rev. by R.W. Oliver. 1950. 

139 Planning and planting field shelterbelts. J.Walker. 1946. 

1 40 Feedlot finishing of cattle and sheep in the irrigated areas of southern 

Alberta. F. Whiting. 1947. 

141 Methods of controlling caecal coccidiosis of chicks. 1947. 



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Farmers' bulletin cont. 

No. 

142 Planning your garden. R.W.Oliver. 1947. 

143 Annual flowers for Canadian gardens. I. Preston and R.W. Oliver. 

1947. 

Rev. by R.W. Oliver. 1950. 

144 Sprinkler irrigation of orchards in British Columbia. J.C. Wilcox. 

1947. 

145 House plants. W.Godfrey. 1947. 

1 46 Winter wheat varieties and their production in Alberta. W.D. Hay and 

others. 1947. 

147 The agricultural use of peat materials. A.A. Swinnerton and P.O. 

Ripley. 1947. 

148 Construction and management of tobacco seedbeds. E.T. McEvoy. 

1948. 

149 Soybeans. F. Dimmock 1948. 

150 Better pastures in eastern Canada. 1948. 

151 The cranberry. E.L. Eaton and others. 1948. 

152 Production, harvesting and curing of pipe tobaccos. J. Richard. 

1949. 

153 Use of power machinery in bush land improvement in northeastern 

Saskatchewan M.E. Andal. 1948. 

154 Vegetable growing. W.Ferguson. 1948. 

155 Published in French only 

156 Pear growing in the Annapolis Valley. R.D.L. Bligh. 1949. 

1 57 Types of farming in Canada. S.C. Hudson and others. 1 949. 

158 Equipment for harvesting hay and silage. W. Kalbfleisch. 1949. 

159 Farm trailers, wagons and racks. W. Kalbfleisch and others. 1950. 

Rev. 1951. 

160 The production, harvesting and curing of cigar tobacco. R. 

Bordeleau. 1950. 

161 Treatment of cereal seed. J.E. Machacek, R.C. Russell and L.E. 

Tyner. 1950. 

1 62 Late blight of potatoes and its control. L.C. Callbeck. 1 950. 

163 Production, harvesting and curing of burley tobacco. R.J. Haslam 

and W.A.Scott. 1950. 

164 Field beans in Canada. W.G. McGregor, A.J. MacLean and V.R. 

Wallen. 1950. 

Historical series 

1 Canada agriculture; the first hundred years. 1967. 



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Historical series cont. 

No. 

2 Agricultural research in the Annapolis Valley area, 1909-1960. J.F. 

Hockey. 1967. 

3 Survival of a vision. G. Spence. 1967. 

4 A history of the Entomology and Plant Pathology Laboratories on the 

Niagara Penninsula, 1911-1960. G.G. Dustan and R.S. Willison. 
1968. 

5 A history of the Bacteriology Division of the Canada Department of 

Agriculture, 1923-55. A.G. Lochhead. 1968. 

6 The Swift Current Research Station, 1 920-1 970. 1 971 . 

7 Canada Agriculture Library: the first sixty years. Bibliotheque 

Canada Agriculture: soixante ans deja! 1 971 . 

Household bulletin 

Superseded by Publication 

1 Milk desserts. L.C. Pepper. 1936. 

2 Honey and some of the ways it may be used. C.B. Gooderham and 

M.L. Heeney. 1936. 

3 Why and how to use milk. 1936. 

4 Why and how to use cheese. 1936. 

5 School lunches. L.C. Pepper. 1938. 

6 Canadian vegetables for every day. E.L.Elliot. 1936. 

7 Home canning of fruits and vegetables in tin cans. R.W. Arengo- 

Jones. 1936. 

8 Canning fruits and vegetables. E.L. Elliot and L. Heeney. 1936. 

Rev. by E.L.Elliot. 1942. 

9 Jams, jellies and pickles. L. Heeney and E.L. Elliot. 1936. 

10 Canned fruits and vegetables for variety in everyday meals. E.L. 

Elliot. 1936. 

11 Selection of lamb cuts; directions for cooking and recipes. A. A. 

MacMillan. 1937. 

12 Beef , how to choose and cook it. F.G. Semple. 1937. 

13 The care of milk in the home. 1938. 

14 Canadian grown apples; apple recipes. 1937. Rev. 1938. 

15 Why pasteurize milk. 1937. 

16 Cheese for better meals. L.C. Pepper. 1937. 

17 Salads that are different. E.L.Elliot. 1937. 

18 Home preservation of meats, poultry and soup. E.L.Elliot. 1938. 

19 Milk, the food of foods. L.C. Pepper. 1938. 

20 Wartime canning, jams and jellies. 1943. 

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21 Freezing fruits and vegetables. 1 945. Rev. 1 946, 1 947, 1 948, 1 949, 
1950. 

Monograph series 

1 Chemical aspects of ecology in relation to agriculture. H. Martin. 

1957. 

2 The lupines of Canada and Alaska. D.B. Dunn and J.M. Gillett. 

1966. 

(Originally assigned Publication number 1255) 

3 Newcastle disease; a review of some of the literature published 

between 1926 and 1964. J.E.Lancaster. 1966. 

(Originally assigned Publication number 1254). 

4 Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands. (2 parts) J. A. Calder and 

others. 1 968. 

(Originally assigned publication numbers 1252 and 1253). 

5 The milkworts of Canada. J.M. Gillett. 1968. 

6 Arctic adaptations in plants. D.B.O. Savile. 1972. 

7 The plantains of Canada. I.J. Basset. 1973. 

8 Tumor viruses of the fowl, with special reference to avian leukosis, 

including marek's disease. C. leQ. Darcel. 1973. 

9 Tick paralysis; an appraisal of natural and experimental data. J.D. 

Gregson. 1973. 

Pamphlet 

Superseded by Farmer's Bulletin. 

1 List of publications, 1 923. 1 923. 

2 Simple methods for the storage of ice. J. A. Ruddick and J. Burgess. 

1922. 

3 The outlook for dairying and the marketing of dairy produce. J. A. 

Ruddick. 1922. 

4 Cleaning seed. 1922. 

5 The strawberry root weevil, with notes on other insects affecting 

strawberries. W. Downes. 1922. 

6 The western wheat-stem sawfly and its control. N.Criddle. 1922. 

7 Why and how to use cheese. H.G.Campbell. 1922. 

8 Dressing and cutting lamb carcasses; lamb rings. A. A. MacMillan 

and W.J. Howard. 1922. 

9 Selection of lamb cuts; directions for cooking. A. A. MacMillan. 

1922. 

10 Root and storage cellars. A.V.Nicholson. 1922. 

11 The best varieties of grain. C.E.Saunders. 1922. 

12 Howtocaponize. G. Robertson and W.W. Lee. 1922. 



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Pamphlet cont. 

No. 

13 Keeping dairy herd records. 1922. 

14 Directions for collecting and preserving insects. J.H. McDunnough. 

1922. 

15 Dehorn your commercial cattle; cater to higher market prices. P.E. 

Light and G.B. Rothwell. 1922. 

16 Bovine tuberculosis; questions and answers. 1922. 

17 Finishing steers for market in northwestern Saskatchewan. M.J. 

Tinline. 1922. 

18 Winter steer feeding in Manitoba. W.C. McKillican. 1922. 

19 The winter finishing of steers in western Quebec. J. A. McClary and 

M.D. McCharles. 1922. 

20 The winter finishing of steers in Western Nova Scotia. W.W. Baird. 

1922. 

21 The winter feeding of beef cattle in Ontario. G.W. Muir and S.J. 

Chagnon. 1922. 

22 Wintering bees in Canada. C.B. Gooderham. 1923. 

23 Steer feeding experiments in Prince Edward Island, 1 91 2-1 922. J. A. 

Clark and B.F. Tinney. 1 923. 

24 Is cow testing worth while? A.H.White. 1923. 

25 Manitoba approved flocks. A.C. McCulloch. 1923. 

26 In the trough of the wave. W.D.Albright. 1923. 

27 Meilleur cheese. S.J. Chagnon and J. Meilleur. 1923. 

28 The cooling of milk for cheesemaking. J.A. Ruddick and G.H. Barr. 

1923. ' 

29 Published in French only 

30 The hessian-fly in the Prairie Provinces. N. Criddle. 1923. 

31 Aphids or plant lice. W.A. Ross. 1 923. Rev. 1 930. 

32 Root maggots and their control. R.C. Treherne. 1923. 

33 Wireworm control. R.C. Treherne. 1923. 

34 Annual review of the live stock market and meat trade situation, 1 922; 

comments on supply and demand; comparative statistical tables. 
P.E. Light and D.M. Johnson. 1 923. 

35 Silage and silo construction for the Maritime Provinces. J.A. Clark. 

1923. 

36 Why and how to use milk. H.G.Campbell. 1923. Rev. 1926. 

37 The care of cream for buttermaking. G.H. Barr. 1923. 

38 Live stock shippers' guide; how to move commercial and exhibition 

stock. L.L.Cooke and P.E. Light. 1923. 

39 How should Canada export beef cattle? An experiment in the 

shipment of live cattle and chilled beef to England. 1 923. 



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Pamphlet cont. 

No. 

40 Handbook on the bacon hog and hog grading. A.A. MacMillan. 

1923. 

41 Fertilizer samples, 1922-23; report of official analyses under the 

Fertilizers Act, 1922. G.S. Peart. 1923. 

42 List of publications, 1 924. 1 924. 

43 How to reduce the meat bill; recipes for utilizing the cheaper cuts of 

beef. P.E. Light and J.C.Stuart. 1924. 

44 The Finch Dairy Station; a further report of progress. 1923. 

45 The control of the European apple sucker, Psyllia mali Schmidb., in 

Nova Scotia. A.G. Dustan. 1924. 

46 Docking and castration of lambs. A.A. MacMillan. 1 924. 

47 Injurious shade tree insects of the Canadian Prairies. J.J. deGryse. 

1924. 

48 The control of the destructive spruce bark beetle in eastern Canada. 

J.M. Swaine. 1924. 

49 Home-made frozen desserts. A.H. White and H.G. Campbell. 

1924. 

50 The satin moth in British Columbia. R. Glendenning. 1924. 

51 Heating appliances for flue-curing tobacco. D.D. Digges. 1925. 

52 Neutralization of cream for buttermaking. W.F.Jones. 1925. 

53 List of publications, 1 925. 1 925. 

54 Hog cholera. A.E.Cameron. 1925. 

55 Methods of protection from mosquitoes, black flies and similar pests 

in the forest. M.B.Dunn. 1925. 

56 Sweet clover; results of experiments at the Dominion Experimental 

Farm, Brandon, Manitoba. R.A. Derick. 1925. 

57 Fertilizer analyses, 1923-24. G.S. Peart. 1924. 

58 Federal assistance to sheep breeding. The ram premium policy. 

A.A. MacMillan. 1925. 

59 Eggs, The breakfast food of the nation': their value as a food and their 

place in the Canadian diet. T.A. Benson and S.C. Barry. 1925. 

60 Fertilizer analyses, 1 924-25. 1 925. 

61 Potash in agriculture. FT. Shutt. 1 925. 

62 Loading the Climax basket. R.L.Wheeler. 1925. 

63 Fall litters. The breeding, feeding and management of pigs for winter 

pork production. G.B. Rothwell. 1 926. 

64 List of publications, 1 926. 1 926. 

65 Nova Scotia apple spary and dust calendars, 1926. A Kelsall and 

J. F. Hockey. 1926. 

66 The pear psylla and its control. W.A.Ross. 1926. 



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Pamphlet cont. 

No. 

67 An argument in the kitchen; a playlet for children in one act. H.G. 

Campbell. 1926. 

68 Published in French only 

69 The red-backed cutworm and its control in the Prairie Provinces. 

K.M.King. 1926. 

70 The individual graded return. 1926. 

71 The pale western cutworm. H.L. Seamans. 1926. 

72 Studies in raspberry diseases; mosaic, leaf curl, rosette and wilt. 

G.H. Berkeley and A.B. Jackson. 1 926. 

73 Fleshy annual pastures in Canada. G.P. McRostie and others. 

1926. 

74 Breeding and feeding the market hog. G.B. Rothwell. 1926. 

75 Fertilizer analyses, 1925-26. Report of official analyses of samples 

taken by inspectors under the provisions and regulations of The 
Fertilizers Act, 1922. 1926. 

76 Assistance to sheep breeding by the federal and provincial 

departments of agriculture; sheep club policy for boys and girls and 
junior farmers, 1 927. 1 927. 

77 List of publications, 1 927. 1 927. 

78 Nova Scotia apple spray and dust calendars, 1927. A. Kalsall and 

J. F. Hockey. 1927. 

79 Producing clean milk. G. Lochhead. 1927. 

80 The cabbage flea-beetle and its control in British Columbia. R. 

Glendenning. 1 927. Rev. 1 927. 

81 Legume inoculation. A. G. Lochhead. 1927. 

82 Studies in fruit diseases; apple scab. J. F. Hockey. 1927. 

83 The combined reaper-thresher in western Canada; results of 

experiments at the Dominion Experimental Station, Swift Current, 
Saskatchewan, together with reports from owners. J.K. Macken- 
zie. 1927. 

84 Canadian certified seed potatoes; rules and regulations governing 

their production. J.Tucker. 1927. 

85 Studies in cereal diseases; 'take-all', a destructive disease of wheat. 

R.C.Russell. 1927. 

86 Fertilizer analyses, 1 926-27. 1 927. 

87 Screenings as a feed for livestock. W.G. Dunsmore. 1928. 

88 Hog marking. 1927. 

89 The history and present status of wheat production in Canada; 

together with a review of the part played by the plant breeder in 
introducing superior varieties. L.H.Newman. 1928. 

90 List of publications, 1 928. 1 928. 



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Pamphlet cont. 

No. 

91 Surface taint butter. E.G. Hood and A. H. White. 1928. 

92 Studies on moulds and yeasts in creamery butter. E.G. Hood and 

A.H.White. 1928. 

93 Soybeans in Canada. G. P. McRostie and others. 1928. 

94 The western cedar borer (Trachykele blondeli Mars); the life history, 

distribution, and means of control, with a report on the strength of 
infested poles. G.R. Hopping. 1928. 

95 Marquis wheat; description of the standard type. L.H. Newman and 

J.G.C. Fraser. 1928. 

96 Nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potash starvation at different stages of 

the growth of fragaria. M.B. Davis and H. Hill. 1928. 

97 Forest entomology and its development in Canada. J.M. Swaine. 

1928. 

98 Fertilizer analyses, 1 927-28. 1 928. 

99 Barley culture in Canada. L.H. Newman and P.R. Cowan. 1 928. 

100 Tomato culture. T.F.Ritchie. 1929. 

1 01 List of publications, 1 929. 1 929. 

102 The army cutworm. H.L. Seamans. 1929. 

103 The bertha armyworm in the Prairie Provinces. K.M.King. 1929. 

104 The yellow disease of hyacinths, Pseudemonas hyacinthi (Walker) 

E.F.S. F.L.Drayton. 1929. 

105 Studies in potato diseases; the black leg disease of potatoes. 

(Bacillus phytophthorus (Frank) Appel). D.J. Macleod. 1929. 

1 06 Advice to the beginner in the selection of breeding stock. 4th ed. T.R. 

Arkell. 1929. 

107 Package bees and how to install them. C.B. Gooderham. 1930. 

1 08 List of publications, 1 930. 1 930. 

1 09 Canning fruits and vegetables. E. Elliot. 1 929. 1 931 . 

110 Review of Canadian egg and poultry markets for 1929. n.d. 

1 1 1 Principal varieties of garden vegetables approved for registration, and 

variety names adopted by the Horticultural Committee of Canadian 
Plant Breeders at Winnipeg, 1 929. C. Sweet. 1 930. 

112 Sweet clover; results of experiments at the Dominion Experimental 

Farm, Brandon, Manitoba. R.A. Derick. Rev. to March 1, 1930 by 
M.J. Tinline and G.F.H. Buckley. 1 930. 

113 Canned fruits and vegetables for variety in everyday meals. E.L. 

Elliot. 1930. 

114 The improvement of burn-out lands in southern Saskatchewan - 

Interim report on the investigations now proceeding. J.G. Taggart 
andE.C. Sackville. 1930. 

115 The care of milk in the home. H.Campbell. 1930. 



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Pamphlet cont. 

No. 

116 Studies in fruit diseases. IV. Perennial apple tree canker. H.T. 

Gussow. 1930. 

117 Grande Prairie weeds; a provisional review. H. Groh. 1930. 

118 Silo construction. A.V.Nicholson. 1930. 

119 Studies in fruit diseases. II. Diseases of plums and their control. 

G.H.Berkeley. 1930. 

120 Studies in fruit diseases. III. Diseases of the raspberry. G.H. 

Berkeley. 1930. 

1 21 Canadian vegetables for every day. E.L. Elliot. 1 930. I932. 

122 Index to publications of the Federal Department of Agriculture of 

Canada: Bulletins, n.s. 1-100; Pamphlets, n.s. 1-100; Circulars, 
n.s., 1 -70; Acts, orders and regulations, 1 -29. 1 930. 

123 Studies in cereal diseases. V. Control methods for diseases of 

cereal, forage, and fibre crops, by the Dominion Laboratories of 
Plant Pathology at Winnipeg, Saskatoon and Edmonton. 1 930. 

124 Why pasteurize milk. H.Campbell. 1930. 

125 Preparing poultry for market; crate feeding, killing and dressing, 

government grades. 1930. 

126 List of publications, 1931. 1931. 

127 The greater use of barley in live stock feeding. 1931. 

128 Canadian grown grains in poultry feeding. 1931. 

129 Studies in potato diseases. III. Canadian certified seed potatoes; 

rules governing their production. J.Tucker. 1931. 

1 30 Healthful meals at low cost. E.L. Elliot and L.C. Pepper. 1 933. 

1 31 Cod liver oil for poultry; its value for laying and breeding stock. R.M. 

Hopper. 1931. 

132 Studies in cereal diseases. VII. Sulphur dusting of grain plots for 

control of rust. F.J. Greaney. 1 931 . 

133 Cultural practices for fodder crops in Manitoba. D.A.Brown. 1931. 

134 Studies in potato diseases. IV. Powdery and common scab of the 

potato. D.J. Macleod and R.R. Hurst. 1931. 

135 Rations for economical pork production. E.B. Fraser. 1931. 

136 Studies in fruit diseases. V. Black knot of plums. G.H. Berkeley. 

1931. 

137 Jams, jellies and pickles. E.Elliot. 1931. 

138 Studies in fruit diseases. VI. Fire blight of pears and apples. G.C. 

Chamberlain. 1931. 

139 Studies in fruit diseases. VII. Raspberry inspection service and 

Canadian certified raspberry stock; rules and regulations governing 
its production. G.H.Berkeley. 1931. 

140 Federal assistance to sheep breeding -the ram club policy. 1931. 



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Pamphlet cont. 

No. 

141 Field beans in Canada. W.G. McGregor. 1931. 

142 Selection of lamb cuts; directions for cooking and recipes. 1933. 

1 43 An opportune time for steer feeding and finishing; reasonable buying- 

in process combined with a cheap and plentiful feed supply; a 
strong argument for cattle finishing. G.W. Muir. 1931. 

144 Studies in diseases of ornamental plants. II. The stem eelworm 

(Tvlenchus dipsaci (Kiihn) Bastian) of narcissi. H.T. GCissow. 
1*932. 

1 45 List of publications, 1 932. 1 932. 

1 46 The control of grasshoppers in Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains. 

N.Criddle. 1932. 

147 Warble flies and their control in Canada. E. Hearle. 1932. 

1 48 School lunches. L.C. Pepper. 1 932. 

149 A report of fertilizer analyses for the registration year 1931-32, 

published under the authority of section 14 of The Fertilizers Act'. 
1932. 

1 50 List of publications, 1 933. 1 933. 

1 51 The gladiolus thrips. A.G. Dustan. 1 933. Rev. 1 935. 

152 Studies in cereal diseases. IX. Losses caused by diseases of 

cereals in western Canada. H.T. Gussow. 1933. 

1 53 List of publications, 1 934. 1 934. 

154 Spring and winter wheat varieties for Ontario. 1934. 

155 Soybeans. F. Dimmock. 1934. 

156 The best varieties of grain. 1934. 

157 Crested wheat grass. L.E. Kirk, J.M. Stevenson and S.E. Clarke. 

1934. 

158 Feeds and feeding for farm livestock in the Maritime Provinces. 

1934. 

159 The Dutch elm disease. A.W. McCallum. 1934. 

160 Anthrax. A.E.Cameron. 1934. 

161 Honey and some of the ways it may be used. C.B. Gooderham. 

1934. 

1 62 Finish poultry before marketing. W.A. Brown and F.C. Elford. 1 934. 

163 Fish meals and oils. Feeding value for livestock and poultry. E.B. 

Fraser, J.G. Stothart and H.S. Gutteridge. 1 934. 

1 64 List of publications, 1 935. 1 935. 

165 The irrigation of tobacco in the southern interior irrigated valleys of 

British Columbia, 1925 to 1933. A.J.Mann. 1935. 

166 The vegetable garden. W.S.Blair. 1935. 

167 Capons and caponizing. G. Robertson and S.S. Munro. 1935. 



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Pamphlet cont. 

No. 
1 68 List of publications. 1 935. 1 935. 

Publication 

Nos. 1-474 issued without numbering. Supersedes Circular, 
Farmer's bulletin, Household bulletin, and Technical bulletin 

475 The effect of feeding deaminized versus untreated cod liver oils on 

growth, egg production and mortality of poultry. H.S. Gutteridge. 
1935. 

476 The Fruit, Vegetables and Honey Act and Regulations, administered 

by the Fruit Branch. 1935. 

477 Official results of fertilizer analyses for the registration year 1 934-35. 

1935. 

478 Lamb feeding in southern Alberta, with a supplement on the 

utilization of the forest reserve for summer sheep pasture. W.H. 
Fairfield and K. Rasmussen. 1 936. 

479 Hybridization of domestic cattle, bison and yak; report of the 

Wainwright experiment. A. Deakin, G.W. Muir and A.G. Smith. 
1935. * 

480 Studies in fruit diseases. VIII. Preventing peach canker. R.S. 

Willison and G.C. Chamberlain. 1 935. 

481 Farmers' business organizations in Canada, 1935. A.E. Richards. 

1935. 

482 Improved market type in poultry breeding stock. 1 935. 

483 The potato in Canada. T.F. Ritchie and others. 1 936. Rev. 1 940. 

484 Medicinal plants and their cultivation in Canada. J. Adams. 1936. 

Rev. 1936,1940. 

485 Take-all -a root-rot of cereal crops. R.C.Russell. 1936. 

486 Milk desserts. L.C. Pepper. 1936. 

487 Trends in the Canadian tobacco industry, 1920-1934. T.G. Major. 

1936. 

488 The Animal Contagious Diseases Act and the Regulations made 

thereunder. 1925. 

489 Taxation in rural Ontario. S.C. Hudson. 1 936. 

490 The production of smut-free seed. W.F. Hannaand W. Popp. 1936. 

491 The Cold Storage Act, 1 907, part I, and Regulations. 1 936. 

492 Why and how to use milk. 1936. 

493 Why and how to use cheese. 1936. 

494 An argument in the kitchen; a playlet for children in one act. 1936. 

495 School lunches. L.C. Pepper. 1938. 

496 Why and how to use skim-milk. 1936. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

497 Why and how to use cottage cheese. 1936. 

498 Published in French only 

499 Organic soils of southwestern Quebec. R.R. McKibbin and P.C. 

Stobbe. 1936. 

500 The farm flock. G.Robertson. 1936. 

501 Honey and some of the ways it may be used. C.B. Gooderham and 

M.L. Heeney. 1 936. Rev. 1 937, 1 938, 1 942. 

502 Skin scabies or mange of the fox. P.J.G. Plummer. 1936. 

503 Utilization of the forest reserve for summer sheep range. W.H. 

Fairfield and K. Rasmussen. 1 936. 

504 The grading of eggs according to the Canadian standards. 1936. 

505 Insects attacking the potato. A.G. Dustan. 1936. 

506 Poultry house construction with general and detailed plans. F.C. 

Elford and H.S. Gutteridge. 1 936. 

507 Package bees and how to install them. C.B. Gooderham. 1936. 

508 Directory of cooperative associations in Canada, 1936. 1936. 

509 Use of irrigation water on farm crops. A.E. Palmer. 1936. Rev. 

1939. 

51 Healthful meals at low cost. E.L. Elliot and L.C. Pepper. 1 936. 

51 1 Goose raising. A.G. Taylor. 1 936. Rev. 1 945. 

512 Growing caragana for field shelters and hedges. N.Ross. 1936. 

51 3 Government cooperation in farm tree planting in Manitoba, Saskatch- 

ewan and Alberta. 1936. 

51 4 Conditions as to the preparation of the soil for tree planting under the 

Dominion government's system of free distribution. 1 936. 

515 Special instructions for planting evergreens. 1936. 

516 How to plant cuttings. 1936. 

517 Instructions for planting seedlings. 1936. 

518 How to make a sketch of the proposed shelter belt. N.Ross. 1936. 

519 Studies in fruit diseases. IX. Apple scab. J. F. Hockey. 1936. Rev. 

1953. 

520 Directions for collecting and preserving insects. J.H. McDunnough. 

1936. 

521 Canadian vegetables for every day. E.L.Elliot. 1936. 

522 Package bees in Manitoba; eleven years' experimental results, 1 921 - 

1931. E. Braun. 1936. 

523 Published in French only 

524 Producing clean milk. A.G. Lochhead. 1939. 

525 Silage production. E.S. Hopkins and P.O. Ripley. 1 936. 1 944. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

526 Departmental directory and list of publications. 1936. Rev. 1937, 

1938,1939,1940. 

527 Published in French only 

528 Advice to the beginner in the selection of sheep for breeding. A. A. 

MacMillan. 1936. 

529 Directory of cold storage warehouses in Canada. 1936. Rev. 1948, 

1953,1958. 

530 A home cider press. F.E.Atkinson. 1936. 

531 Rearing chicks from the incubator to the laying pen or fattening crate. 

F.C. Elford and H.S. Gutteridge. 1 936. 

532 Studies in fruit diseases. II. Diseases of plums and their control. 

G.H.Berkeley. 1936. 

533 Home canning of fruits and vegetables in tin cans. R.W. Arengo- 

Jones. 1936. 

534 Canning fruits and vegetables. E.L. Elliot and L. Heeney. 1936. 

Rev. 1 942. 

535 Jams, jellies and pickles. L. Heeney and E.L. Elliot. 1936. 

536 Canned fruits and vegetables for variety in everyday meals. E.L. 

Elliot. 1936. 

537 The correct branding for butter and cheese boxes. 1936. 

538 Handbook of Canadian spring wheat varieties. L.H. Newman, J. G.C. 

Fraser and A.G.O. Whiteside. 1 936. Rev. 1 939, 1 946, 1 956. 

539 A study of the dressed hog. 1936. 

540 Causes of variation in the percentage of fat in hand separator cream. 

1936. 

541 Poultry feeds and feeding. G. Robertson and H.S. Gutteridge. 

1936. Rev. 1940,1946,1960. 

542 A study of the dressed hog. A.W. Peterson and F.F. Baird. 1936. 

Rev. 1952. 

543 The packing and transportation of Nova Scotia apples. 1 936. 

544 List of cheese factories and creameries in Canada and registered 

numbers. 1 936. Rev. 1 960, 1 963, 1 965, 1 967, 1 968. 

545 The production of flaxseed in Canada. W.G. McGregor. 1 936. Rev. 

1946,1963,1968. 

546 Selection of lamb cuts; directions for cooking and recipes. A. A. 

MacMillan. 1937. 

547 Beef; how to choose and cook it. F.G.Semple. 1937. 

548 Simple methods for storage of ice. 1936. 

549 Milk drinks. 1936. 



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No. 

550 An analysis of swine progeny records; feeding and carcass data of 

hogs tested by the Dominion Experimental Farms under the 
Canadian advanced registry policy for swine. J.G. Stothart. 
1937. 

551 An economic analysis of the sheep ranching industry in western 

Canada. L.E.Kindt. 1936. 

552 Prevention of virus diseases of greenhouse grown tomatoes. G.H. 

Berkeley. 1937. 

553 Standard descriptions of registered oat varieties. R.A. Derick. 

1937. 

554 Oats in Canada. R.A. Derick. 1 937. Rev. 1 953. 

555 Prevention of tobacco mosaic in Ontario. G.H.Berkeley. 1937. 

556 Peace-Athabaska weeds; a reconnaissance appraisal. H. Groh. 

1937. 

557 Seeding crested wheat grass for hay and pasture. T.M. Stevenson, 

S.E. Clarke and F.M. Maclsaac. 1 937. 

558 Tankage, its value in livestock and poultry feeding. E.B. Fraser, J.G. 

Stothart and H.S. Gutteridge. 1 937. 

559 Published in French only 

560 Farm account book. 1 937. 

561 Sheep husbandry in Canada. 8th ed. 1937. 

562 An economic study of potato production in New Brunswick. I.S. 

McArthur. 1937. 

563 The care of milk in the home. 1938. 

564 Poison ivy. H. Groh. 1 937. 

565 Contributions to Canadian botany. I. Keys to goldenrods in Canada 

and Newfoundland. E. W. Hart. 1 937. 

566 Canadian grown apples; apple recipes. 1 937. Rev. 1 938. 

567 Published in French only 

568 Soil drifting control in the Prairie Provinces. E.S. Hopkins. 1937. 

Rev. 1946. 

569 The pasteurization of milk, cream and dairy by-products. W.F.Jones 

and A.H.White 1939. Rev. 1945. 

570 The cause and prevention of mould in Canadian pasteurized butter. 

E.G. Hood and A.H.White n.d. 

571 Cheese factory and creamery plans with specifications. 1946. 

572 Vegetable growing in the coast area of British Columbia. J.J. 

Woods. 1937. * 

573 The weights and branding of dairy butter. 1937. 

574 Brown heart of turnips. R.R. Hurst. 1 937. 



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No. 

575 Modern methods for testing a large number of varieties. C.H. 

Goulden. 1937. 

576 The fruit tree leaf roller, Cacoecia argyrospila Walk., and its control in 

British Columbia. E.P. Venables. 1 937. 

577 The blister mite of apple and pear. E.P. Venables and A.D. Heriot. 

1937. 

578 Bees and how to keep them. C.B. Gooderham. 1937. 

579 Apple thinning investigations, 1920 to 1935. R.C. Palmer and D.V. 

Fisher. 1937. 

580 Why pasteurize milk. 1937. 

581 Preparing poultry for market; crate feeding, killing and dressing, 

government grades. 1 937. Rev. 1 940. 

582 Finish poultry before marketing. W.A. Brown and F.C. Elford. 1937. 

583 Plant food evaluation; how to value the plant food content of different 

fertilizers. LE. Wright and G.S. Peart. 1937. 

584 Plants responsible for hay fever. H. Groh. 1937. 

585 Manures, fertilizers and soil amendments: their nature, function and 

use. LE. Wright and H.S.Hammond. 1937. Rev. 1940, 1951. 

586 Cheese for better meals. L.C. Pepper. 1937. 

587 Turkeys, their care and management. A.G.Taylor. 1937. 

588 Bulldog-jaw and parrot-mouth defects of sheep. G. Muir and others. 

1937. 

589 Feeds and feeding for farm livestock in the Maritime Provinces. 

1937. 

590 Orchard soils of the Province of Quebec. P.C. Stobbe and R.R. 

McKibbin. 1937. 

591 The preservation of fruits and vegetables by freezing. R.W. Arengo- 

Jones. 1937. 

592 Crested wheat grass. L.E. Kirk. 1937. 

593 Low temperature injury to late harvested potatoes. R.R. Hurst. 

1937. 

594 Standard methods for the preparation of market poultry. 1937. 

595 Soil moisture and crop production under dry land conditions in 

western Canada. S.Barnes. 1938. 

596 Salads that are different. E.L.Elliot. 1937. 

597 Bovine infectious abortion or Bang's disease of cattle. C.A. Mitchell. 

1938. 

598 Published in French only 

599 Deciduous trees and conifers more commonly used for ornamental 

purposes throughout Canada. R.W. Oliver and E.B. Watson. 
1938. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

600 The improvement of burn-out lands in southern Saskatchewan. E.C. 

Sackville. 1938. 

Rev. as: The improvement of burn-out lands in south central Saskatchewan. R.N. 

Mclver and E.V. McCurdy. 1955. 

601 The self feeder for hogs. G.B. Rothwell. 1 944. 

Rev. by E.B. Fraser. 1938. 

602 Pasture improvement in eastern Canada. 1938. 

603 Buttermakingonthefarm. 1941. 

604 Insects and allied parasites injurious to livestock and poultry in 

Canada. E. Hearle. 1938. 

605 An economic analysis of creamery operations in Manitoba, Saskatch- 

ewan and Alberta. C.V. Parker. 1 938. 

606 Mechanical spreaders for grasshopper bait. H.J. Kemp, S.H. Vigor 

and K.M.King. 1938. 

607 Parasites of horses. A.E.Cameron. 1940. 

608 An economic study of the consumption of milk and cream in certain 

urban and rural districts of Canada. W.C. Hopper and G.P. 
Boucher. 1938. 

609 Physical and economic factors related to land use classification in 

southwest central Saskatchewan. 1 938. 

61 An economic study of land utilization in southern Alberta. G.H. Craig 

and J. Coke. 1938. 

611 The testing of milk, cream, butter, cheese and dairy by-products. 

1942. ' 
Rev. as: Tests for milk, cream, butter, cheese, ice cream and dairy by-products. 
1950. 

612 Published in French only 

613 Capons and caponizing. 1939. 

614 Sheep dipping. A. A. MacMillan. 1939. Rev. 1951. 

615 The pale western cutworm and its control. H.L. Seamans. 1938. 

616 The cranberry industry, its possibilities in Canada. M.B. Davis, K.A. 

Harrison and F.C. Gilliatt. 1 938. 

617 Published in French only 

618 The all-year hog cabin. E.B. Fraser and F.W. Graves. 1944. Rev. 

1951. 

619 Hints on dry land gardening. M.J. TinlineandE. Braun. 1938. 

Rev. byE. BraunandC. Walkof. 1947. 
Rev. byC. Walkof. 1955. 

620 The summer-fallow in Manitoba. M.J. Tinline and D.A. Brown. 

1938. 

621 The strawberry and its cultivation in Canada. M.B. Davis and others. 

1938. 



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No. 

622 Trapping moles. J.J. Woods. 1 938. 

623 Tree-planting on the prairies of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

N.M.Ross. 1938. 

624 Costs and returns in apple production, Rouville County, Quebec. A. 

Gosselin. 1938. 

625 Principles and methods involved in dehydration of apples. C.C. Eidt. 

1938. 

626 A short guide to Canadian genera of seed plants. J.Adams. 1938. 

627 The care of farm dairy utensils. C.K. Johns. 1938. Rev. 1952, 

1953,1965. 

Suppl: How to care for milking machines and rubberware. 1 959. 

628 Home preservation of meats, poultry and soup. E.L.Elliot. 1938. 

629 Tree planting around dams and dugouts. N. Ross. 1938. Rev. 

1943. 

630 The manufacture of cottage cheese. 1938. 

631 The care of cream for buttermaking. 1 938. Rev. 1 941 . 

632 Household storage of fruits and vegetables. R.E.Robinson. 1938. 

633 Tobacco growing in Canada. N.A. MacRae. 1938. 

634 Goat husbandry in Canada. A. A. MacMillan. 1 938. 

635 Milk, the food of foods. L.C. Pepper. 1 938. 

636 The ergot disease of rye and other grains and grasses. H.T. 

Gussow. 1938. 

637 The control of some common species of household insects. A. 

Gibson and C.R. Twinn. 1 938. 

638 Mushroom culture. H.T. Gussow. 1 938. 

639 The control of stomach worms in sheep in eastern Canada. W.E. 

Swales. 1939. 

640 Colony houses. 1939. 

641 Published in French only 

642 Household insects and their control. A. Gibson and C.R. Twinn. 

1939. 

Supp. Note on DDT'. 1 948 and 1 952. 

643 The neutralization of cream for buttermaking. A.H. White. 1939. 

Rev. 1950. 

644 Small cold storages and dairy buildings. 1950. 

645 Published in French only 

646 The production of flue-cured tobacco seedlings in Ontario. F.A. 

Stinson. 1939. 

647 Rutabaga or swede turnip as a vegetable crop. T.F.Ritchie. 1939. 

648 Operation and construction of domestic canneries in British 

Columbia. F.E.Atkinson. 1939. 



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No. 

649 The use of possible effects of live virus-vaccine as a means of 

preventing distemper on fox and mink farms. E.A. Watson. 
1939. 

650 Soil survey of the lower Fraser Valley. C.C. Kelley and R.H. 

Spilsbury. 1939. 

651 Vanguard oats; origin, description and performance. J.N. Welsh. 

1939. 

652 Costs of distribution in the wholesale fruit and vegetable trade. W.F. 

Chown and A. H. Turner. 1 940. 

653 Types of farming in Canada. I.S. McArthur and J. Coke. 1939. 

654 Karakul (fur-bearing) sheep and Persian lamb fur production. A. A. 

MacMillan. 1939. 

655 Hog cholera. A.E.Cameron. 1939. 

656 The feeding of horses. E.S. Archibald and G.B. Rothwell. Rev. by 

G.W. Muir. 1939. 

657 Irrigating a prairie farm garden. W.H.Fairfield. 1939. 

658 An economic study of cheese consumption in certain urban and rural 

districts of Canada. G.P. Boucher and W.C. Hopper. 1 939. 

659 Fire-blight of apples and pears. H.N. Racicot. 1940. 

660 Soybeans. F. Dimmock. 1939. 

661 Published in French only 

662 Published in French only 

663 Vegetables for prairie farms. W.R. Leslie and W. Godfrey. 1 939. 

664 Growing grapes for home use in eastern Canada. 1 939. Rev. 1 949. 

665 Some uses of plant hormones. R.W. Oliver and N.H. Grace. 1940. 

666 Studies in cereal diseases. XII. Stem rust of cereals. J.H. Craigie. 

1940. Rev. 1949. 

667 Diseases of tobacco in Canada. G.H. Berkeley and L.W. Koch. 

1940. Rev. 1950. 

668 White grubs and their control in eastern Canada. G.H. Hammond. 

1940. 

669 Tobacco in British Columbia. A.J.Mann. 1940. 

670 Gas storage. W.R.Phillips. 1939. 

671 Natural incubation, n.d. 

672 Field roots in Canada. Classification, improvement and seed 

production. 1940. 

673 The wholesale marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in the city of 

Toronto. W.F. Chown and W.C. Hopper. 1 940. 

674 Preparing bees for winter. C.B. Gooderham. 1939. 



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No. 

675 The control of external parasites of poultry. The control of mites and 

lice on the poultry plant. 1939. 

676 The probable scarcity of rennet for the manufacture of cheese, with 

some directions for securing a supply. 1 939. 

677 The marketing of perishable farm produce in Ottawa. E.P. Reid, B.A. 

Campbell and W.C. Hopper. 1 940. 

678 An economic study of the consumption of milk and cream in 

Vancouver. C.I. Johnston and W.C. Hopper. 1940. 

679 The production of mangel and sugar beet seed. R.M. MacVicar and 

F.S. Nowosad. 1939. 

680 The production of swede turnip seed. F.S. Nowosad and R.M. 

MacVicar. 1939. 

681 Wintering bees in Canada. C.B. Gooderham. 1940. 

682 Artificial incubation. 1939. 

683 Canadian poultry handbook. 1940. 

684 The vegetable garden. W.S. Blair and T.F. Ritchie. 1 940. 

685 Care of bees and equipment. C.A. Jamieson. 1939. 

686 Swine production. F.H. Reed and H.E. Wilson. 1940. 

Rev. by H.E.Wilson, J. G. Stothart and G.E. DeLong. 1951,1954,1955. 

687 The cooling of milk for cheesemaking. 1940. 

688 The rose chafer. W. A. Ross and J. A. Hall. 1 940. 

689 Two methods of wintering bees for the Prairie Provinces. E. Braun. 

1940. 

Rev. as: Comparison of methods for wintering honeybees in the Prairie Provinces. 
E. Braun and J.E. Geiger. 1 955. 

690 The manufacture of ice cream. A.H. White. 1 940. Rev. 1 946, 1 957. 

691 Studies in forest pathology. III. Hypoxylon canker of poplar. J.E. 

Bier. 1940. 

692 The paralysis tick, Dermacentor andersoni Stiles; its life-history and 

control. G. A. Mail. 1940. 

693 Improved pasture crops and pasture practices for central Alberta. 

F.H. Reed and G.E. DeLong. 1 940. 

694 Functional disorders of apples. C.A. Eaves and H. Hill. 1940. 

695 Insects affecting greenhouse plants. A. Gibson and W.A. Ross. 

1940. 

696 Snow utilization in prairie agriculture. G.D.Matthews. 1940. 

697 Making Bordeaux mixture. J. F. Hockey. 1940. 

698 Prevention of tobacco mosaic. G.H.Berkeley. 1940. 

699 Rootrots of cereals. 1 940. 

700 The prevention of brown rootrot and black rootrot of tobacco in 

Canada. L. W. Koch and R.J. Haslam. 1 940. 

701 The best varieties of grain. 1940. 

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No. 

702 Hotbeds and cold frames. T.F.Ritchie. 1940. 

703 Tobacco soils and fertilizers. 1940. 

704 Tobacco types and varieties. 1 940. 

705 Haemorrhagic septicaemia or shipping fever. G.Hilton. 1940. 

706 Varieties of tree fruits for Prince Edward Island. J. A. Clark and G.C. 

Warren. 1940. 

707 Prices and returns for Nova Scotia apples. A.E.Richards. 1940. 

708 A practical farm root cellar. R.A.Schmidt. 1940. 

709 Soil survey of the Fredericton-Gagetown area, New Brunswick. P.C. 

Stobbe. 1940. 

710 Eradication of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula). M.J. Tinline. 1940. 

711 The correct branding for cheese and for cheese boxes. 1940. 

712 Foliage insects of spruce in Canada. A.W.A. Brown. 1941. 

713 Ornamental shrubs and woody climbers more commonly used for 

landscape purposes throughout Canada. R.W. Oliver and E.B. 
Watson. 1941. 

714 Apple nutrition. M.B. Davis and H. Hill. 1941. 

715 Flue-cured tobacco growing in Ontario. F.A. Stinson and H.F. 

Murwin. 1941. 

716 Control of the blue mould disease of tobacco. L.W.Koch. 1941. 

717 Genetic analysis of Nicotiana triplex segregation products and their 

relationship to existing N. tabacum types. N.A. MacRae. 1941. 

718 Sight sexing barred rock baby chicks. 1941. Rev. 1946. 

719 Mosquito control in Canada. C.R. Twinn. 1941. 

720 Regrassing abandoned farms, submarginal cultivated lands and 

depleted pastures in the prairie areas of western Canada. S.E. 
Clarke and D.H. Heinrichs. 1 941 . 

721 Soil maintenance and pruning methods for peaches and apricots. 

R.C. Palmer, J.E. Palmer and D.V. Fisher. 1 941 . 

722 Hays and hay making in the Prairie Provinces. M.J. Tinline. 1941. 

Rev. 1946. 

723 Canadian creamery buttermaking. 1941. 

724 Apple harvesting and storage in British Columbia. J.E. Britton, D.V. 

Fisher and R.C. Palmer. 1 941 . Rev. 1 951 . 

725 The place of hogs on Ontario farms. F.H. Gorsline and H.K. Leckie. 

1941. 

726 The direct marketing of livestock. W.F. Chown, S.C. Hudson and 

J.N.Lewis. 1941. 

727 Tankage; its value in swine feeding. F.H. Reed and H.E. Wilson. 

1941. 



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No. 

728 An economic classification of land in fifty-six municipal divisions, 

south central Saskatchewan. C.C. Spence and E.C. Hope. 1 941 . 

729 Physiological studies with the tobacco plant. G.M.Ward. 1942. 

730 Nicotine: a product of tobacco. G.M.Ward. 1941. 

731 Land use classification in the special areas of Alberta and in 

Rosenheim and Acadia Valley. A. Stewart and W.D. Porter. 
1942. 

732 Factors influencing ascorbic acid retention in apple juice. C.C. 

Strachan. 1942. 

733 Factors affecting the success of farm mortgage loans in western 

Canada. S.C.Hudson. 1942. 

734 Mange in horses, cattle and sheep. 1942. 

735 Alfalfa for hay, silage and pasture. 1942. 

736 Vitamin "A" in swine feeding. W.D. Albright and L.D. Fraser. 1942. 

737 Foot and mouth disease. A.E.Cameron. 1942. 

738 An ecological and grazing capacity study of the native grass pastures 

in southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. S.E. Clarke, 
J. A. Campbell and J.B. Campbell. 1 942. 

739 Land clearing. P.O. Ripley, J.M. Armstrong and W. Kalbfleisch. 

1942. Rev. 1946. 

740 Cooperation in Canada, 1941. J.E. O'Meara and L.M. Lalonde. 

1942. 

741 Diseases of greenhouse cucumbers. L.W.Koch. 1942. 

742 Soil survey of Stanstead, Richmond, Sherbrooke and Compton 

counties in the Province of Quebec. D.B. Cann and P. Lajoie. 
1942. 

743 Construction and operation of a home storage for fruits and 

vegetables. W.R. Phillips. 1 942. Rev. 1 957. 

744 Home processing of fruits and vegetables. F.E. Atkinson and C.C. 

Strachan. 1942. 

745 Fattening poultry for market. 1942. 

746 Mower repairs and adjustments. W. Kalbfleisch. 1943. Rev. 1951. 

747 The effects of climate and grazing practices on shortgrass prairie 

vegetation in southern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan. 
S.E. Clarke, E.W. Tisdale and N.A. Skoglund. 1 943. 

748 Guide for the selection of agricultural soils. P.C. Stobbe and A. 

Leahey. 1943. 

749 Basic cost rates for custom work charges (for the Prairie Provinces). 

1943. 



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No. 

750 Cost of operating farm machinery in eastern Canada. W. 

Kalbfleisch. 1 943. Rev. 1 950. 

Rev. by W. Kalbfleisgh and A.I. Magee. 1 953. 

751 Wartime canning; jams and jellies. 1943. 

752 Soil survey of the Annapolis Valley fruit growing area. L.C. Harlow 

and G.B.Whiteside. 1943. 

753 Hay making with crested wheatgrass in the dry areas of Alberta. 

R. W. Peake and H. Chester. 1 943. 

754 The blueberry. E.L. Eaton and others. 1 943. Rev. 1 949. 

Rev. as: The blueberry in the Atlantic Provinces. 1961. 

755 Keeping pigs healthy (Western Canada edition.) 1943. 

756 Homemade electric brooders. C.F. Bailey, L. Griesbach and J. A. 

Rankin. 1943. 

757 Soil survey of the Woodstock area, New Brunswick. P.C. Stobbe and 

H. Aalund. 1944. 

758 Settlement problems in northwestern Quebec and northeastern 

Ontario. A. Gosselin and G.P. Boucher. 1 944. 

759 Tomato diseases. G.H. Berkeley and J. K. Richardson. 1944. Rev. 

1957. 

760 Diseases of the raspberry. G.H. Berkeley and G.C. Chamberlain. 

1944. Rev. 1947. 

761 Crop rotations in the Prairie Provinces. E.S. Hopkins and A. Leahey. 

1944. 

762 The identification of certain native and naturalized grasses by their 

vegetative characters. S.E. Clarke, J. A. Campbell and W. 
Shevenek. 1944. 

763 The milk goat in Canada. J. A. Telfer. 1944. 

764 Settlement problems in northern New Brunswick. A. Gosselin and 

G.P.Boucher. 1944. 

765 Control of couch grass in Manitoba. 1944. 

766 The use of power equipment in the improvement of Alberta bush 

lands. B.K.Acton. 1944. 

767 An economic study of land settlement in representative pioneer areas 

of northern Saskatchewan. R.A. StuttandH. Van Vliet. 1945. 

768 Genetics of some new type foxes. C.K. Gunn. 1945. 

769 The chemical composition of native forage plants of southern Alberta 

and Saskatchewan in relation to grazing practices. S.E. Clarke 
and E.W. Tisdale. 1945. 

770 Pruning, thinning and utilizing trees, with special reference to prairie 

farm shelterbelts. J.Walker. 1945. 

771 Pasture for poultry. H.S. GutteridgeandF.S. Nowosad. 1955. 

Rev. as: Pasture for profit. 1955. 

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No. 

772 Directory of cooperative associations in Canada, 1945. n.d. Rev. 

1949. 

773 Freezing fruits and vegetables. 1 945. Rev. 1 946, 1 947, 1 948, 1 949, 

1950. 

774 Dividing over-wintered colonies for increased honey production. E. 

Braun. 1945. 

775 Bush fruits. D.S.Blair. 1945. 

Rev. as: Bush fruits in eastern Canada. 1 950. 

776 Storage of apples. W.R.Phillips. 1946. 

Rev. by W.R. Phillips and P. A. Poapst. 1 952. 
Supplement 1959. 

Ill Outdoor roses in Canada. R.W. Oliver. 1 946. Rev. 1 950. 

778 Cattle ranching in western Canada. C.W. Vrooman, G.D. Chattaway 

and A. Stewart. 1946. 

779 Orchard irrigation in British Columbia. J.C.Wilcox. 1946. 

780 Variety notes on some tree fruits grown in prairie orchards. W.R. 

Leslie. 1946. 

781 Frameworking fruit trees. R.J.Hilton. 1946. 

782 Eggs; the production, identification and retention of quality in eggs. 

E.S. Snyder. 1 946. Rev. 1 961 . 

Rev. byH.L Orr. 1967. 

783 Studies in forest pathology. IV. Decay of Sitka spruce on the Queen 

Charlotte Islands. J.E. Bier, R.E. Foster and P.J. Salisbury. 
1946. 

784 Herbaceous perennials for Canadian gardens. I.Preston. 1946. 

Rev. by R.W. Oliver. 1950,1952. 

785 Planning and planting field shelterbelts. J.Walker. 1946. 

786 Feedlot finishing of cattle and sheep in the irrigated areas of southern 

Alberta. F. Whiting. 1 947. Rev. 1 955, 1 958. 

787 Farm family living in the Prairie Provinces. F.M.Edwards. 1947. 

788 Methods of controlling caecal coccidiosis of chicks. 1947. 

789 Home canning of fruits and vegetables. 1947. Rev. 1948, 1949, 

1950,1952,1954,1956,1965. 

790 The effects of immaturity and artificial drying upon the quality of seed 

corn. F. Dimmock. 1947. 

791 Pioneer farming and municipal finance in the Sangudo-Winfield area 

of Alberta, 1 941 . B.K. Acton and C.C. Spence. 1 947. 

792 A study of pioneer farming in the fringe areas of the Peace River, 

Alberta, 1 942. B.K. Acton and C.C. Spence. 1 947. 

793 Farming in the irrigation districts of Alberta. C.C. Spence, B.H. 

Kristjanson and J.L. Anderson. 1 947. 



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No. 

794 A study of land settlement in the Prince George-Smithers area, British 

Columbia. W.J.Anderson. 1947. 

795 Planning your garden. R.W.Oliver. 1947. Rev. 1957. 

796 Annual flowers for Canadian gardens. I. Preston and R.W. Oliver. 

1947. 

Rev. by R.W. Oliver. 1950, 1955, 1961, 1966. 

797 Sprinkler irrigation of orchards in British Columbia. J.C. Wilcox. 

1947. 

798 House plants. W.Godfrey. 1947. 

799 Winter wheat varieties and their production in Alberta. W.D. Hay and 

others. 1947. 

800 Land settlement in northeastern Alberta, 1 943. B.H. Kristjanson and 

C.C. Spence. 1947. 

801 Testing Swedish Landrace swine in Canada. E.B. Fraser and J.G. 

Stothart. 1947. 

802 Orchard soil management and apple nutrition in eastern Canada. 

M.B.Davis and H.Hill. 1948. 

803 The agricultural use of peat materials. A. A. Swinnerton and P.O. 

Ripley. 1947. 

804 Studies in forest pathology. V. Decay in fir, Abies lasiocarpa and A. 

amabilis, in the Upper Fraser region of British Columbia. J.E. Bier, 
P.J. Salisbury and R. A. Waldie. 1 948. 

805 Reed canary grass. W.J. White, R.M. MacVicar and F.S. Nowosad. 

1948. Rev. 1955,1963. 

806 Construction and management of tobacco seedbeds. E.T. McEvoy. 

1948. 

807 Simplifying 2, 4-D. G. Knowles. 1948. 

Rev. by G. Knowles and E.G. Anderson. 1 949. 

808 Soybeans. F. Dimmock. 1948. 

809 Better pastures in eastern Canada, the Pasture Committee, Central 

Experimental Farm. 1948. 

81 The cranberry. E.L. Eaton and others. 1 948. Rev. 1 957. 

81 1 Production, harvesting and curing of pipe tobaccos. J. Richard. 

1949. 

812 Dairy farm business in Alberta, 1939 to 1943. H.L. Patterson. 

1949. 

813 Production of juices, their manufacture, chemical aspects and 

laboratory control. F.E. Atkinson and C.C. Strachan. 1949. 

814 Use of power machinery in bush land improvement in northeastern 

Saskatchewan. M.E. Andal. 1948. 

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No. 

815 Changes in farm family living in three areas of the Prairie Provinces 

from 1 942-43 to 1 947. M.A. MacNaughton and M.E. Andal, with a 
supplement on distribution and use of family allowance payments 
in three areas of the Pra irie Provinces 1947. M.A. MacNaughton 
andJ.M. Mann. 1949. 

816 Vegetable growing. W.Ferguson. 1948. 

817 The siphonaptera of Canada. G.P.Holland. 1949. 

818 Potatoes for livestock. J. L. Doughty and others. 1949. 

820 Poison ivy. 1 949. Rev. 1 961 , 1 968, 1 972. 

821 Cancelled. 

822 Published in French only 

823 Farm business in central Alberta, 1 943-1 944. 1 949. 

824 Pear growing in the Annapolis Valley. R.D.L. Bligh. 1949. 

825 Types of farming in Canada. S.C. Hudson and others. 1949. 

826 Equipment for harvesting hay and silage. W. Kalbfleisch. 1949. 

827 Mink ranching. C.K. Gunn. 1949. 

828 Small canneries. F.E. Atkinson and C.C. Strachan. 1950. 

829 The dairy farm business in Manitoba, 1942-1947. H.L. Patterson 

and H.W. Trevor. 1949. 

830 Farm trailers, wagons and racks. W. Kalbfleisch and others. 1950. 

Rev. 1951,1959. 

831 Life insurance experience of Saskatchewan farmers. G. Haase. 

1950. 

832 The production, harvesting and curing of cigar tobacco. R. 

Bordeleau. 1950. 

833 Currant culture. 1 950. Rev. 1 957. 

834 Treatment of cereal seed. J.E. Machacek, R.C. Russell and L.E. 

Tyner. 1950. 

835 Legume inoculation. 1950. 

836 Raspberries and blackberries. 1950. Rev. 1957. 

837 Late blight of potatoes and its control. L.C.Callbeck. 1950. Rev. 

1968. 

838 Strawberry growing. 1950. 

839 Gooseberry culture. 1950. 

840 Production, harvesting and curing of burley tobacco. R.J. Haslam 

and W.A.Scott. 1950. 

841 Cooling milk on the farm. 1950. 

842 Guide to culling hens. 1950. 

843 Field beans in Canada. W.G. McGregor, A.J. Maclean and V.R. 

Wallen. n.d. Rev. 1966. 



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No. 

844 Producing pure milk. 1950. 

845 Ladino clover. 1950. 

846 Production, harvesting and curing of dark tobacco in Ontario. W.A. 

Scott and R.J. Haslam. 1 951 . 

847 Apple growing in eastern Canada. 1950. 

848 Goose raising. A.S.Johnson. 1950. 

849 Plum culture. D.S.Blair. 1950. 

850 Flue-cured tobacco packbams. L.S. Vickeryand A.I. Magee. 1950. 

851 Irrigating the prairie home garden. H.C. Korven. 1950. 

Rev. by H.C. Korven and R.M. Blakely. 1 956. 

852 Swine feeding experiments at the Dominion Experimental Farm, 

Agassiz, British Columbia. R. Gyles and W.H. Hicks. 1950. 

853 Organic soil management for vegetables. F.S.Browne. 1950. 

854 Mould control in the cheese factory curing-room. E.G. Hood and 

C.A.Gibson. 1950. 

855 Insect pests in cargo ships. H.A.U. Monro. 1 951 . Rev. 1 969. 

856 Wheat as a feed for livestock and poultry. Rev. by E.B. Fraser and 

H.S. Gutteridge. 1951. 

857 Community nests. R.M. Blakely. 1951. 

858 Millet. 1951. 

859 Principles of barn ventilation. Wm. Kalbfleisch and J.W. White. 

1951. 

860 Annual crops for hay and pasture. Rev. by F.S. Nowosad. 1 951 . 

861 Mushroom collecting for beginners. J.W. Groves. 1951. Rev. 1958, 

1972. 

862 Chemical composition and nutritive value of British Columbia tree 

fruits. C.C. Strachan and others. 1951. 

863 A bibliography of Canadian plant geography. IX. 1941-1945. Nos. 

4385-5402. H.A. Senn. 1951. 

864 Planting trees and hardwood cuttings on the Canadian Prairies. J. 

Walker. 1951. 

865 Breeding for market lamb production. S.B.Williams. 1951. 

866 Brome grass seed production in western Canada. R.P. Knowles, 

H.A. Friesen and D.A. Cooke. 1951. 

Rev. as: Producing certified seed of bromegrass in Western Canada. R.P. 

Knowles, D.A. Cooke and C.R.Elliott. 1969. 

867 Studies of the balsam woolly aphid, Adelges piceae (Ratz) and its 

effects on balsam fir, Abies balsamea(L) Mill. R.E. Balch. 1952. 

868 Manures and composts. 1951. 

Rev. by A.J. McLean and H.J. Atkinson. 1 962. 

869 Lime and other soil amendments. 1952. 



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No. 

870 Fertilizers for various crops. 1952. 

871 Spring and winter wheat for eastern Canada. J.G.C. Fraser and 

A.G.O. Whiteside. 1952. 

Rev. by A.G.O. Whiteside and F. Gfeller. 1 958. 

872 Feeding for market lamb production. S.B.Williams. 1952. 

873 The shepherds calendar. W.H. Hough and S.B. Williams. 1 952. 

874 Loose housing and dairy cattle. W. Kalbfleisch, V.S. Logan and J.W. 

White. 1952. 

875 The relation of mortality of balsam fir, Abies balsamea (L.) Mill., 

caused by the spruce budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana (Clem.), 
to forest composition in the Algoma forest of Ontario. K.B. Turner. 
1952. 

876 Range and livestock management in the shortgrass prairie region of 

southern Alberta and Saskatchewan. S. Smoliak and H.F. Peters. 
1952. 

877 The gardeners' handbook. 1952. 

878 Sprinkler irrigation of fruit trees and vegetables in British Columbia. 

J.C.Wilcox. 1953. 

879 Blade cultivators, their operation and adjustment. J.G. Kemp. 

1952. 

880 Diseases and insect pests of the raspberry in Canada. G.C. 

Chamberlain and W.L. Putman. 1 952. Rev. 1 955, 1 964. 

881 Cost charges for agricultural machinery. J.L. Thompson and A. 

Wenhardt. 1953. 

882 Potato storage. W.R. Phillips, appendix by N.M. Parks. 1952. Rev. 

1957. 

883 Irrigation farming in southern Alberta. K.W. Hill and A.E. Palmer. 

1953. 

884 Varieties of linseed flax. W.G. McGregor. 1 953. 

885 Harvesting machinery for hay and silage. Wm. Kalbfleisch and A.I. 

Magee. 1953. 

Rev. by A.I. Magee, 1958. 

886 Range sheep production in western Canada. S.B. Slen, F. Whiting 

and K. Rasmussen. 1 953. 

887 Smut diseases of cultivated plants in Canada. W.J. Cherewick. 

1953. 

888 Verticillium wilt of potatoes and its cure. G.W. Ayers and D.B. 

Robinson. 1953. 

889 Genetic aspects of Canadian bacon production. H.T. Fredeen. 

1953. 

890 Woodlots on Ontario farms. D.J. Packman. 1 953. 



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No. 

891 Oat varieties, past and present. J.N. Welsh and others. 1953. 

892 Freezing foods. 1 953. Rev. 1 955, 1 958, 1 965. 

893 Prevention of disease in sheep (including control of internal and 

external parasites). 1 953. 

894 Red clover for hay, silage, pasture and seed. F.S. Nowosad and 

others. 1953. 

895 Pear harvesting and storage in British Columbia. D.V. Fisher, R.C. 

Palmer and S.W. Porritt. 1 953. 

896 Soil drifting, its causes and control. K.W. Hill. 1 953. Rev. 1 956. 

897 Artificial insemination of turkeys. A.S.Johnson. 1953. Rev. 1959. 

898 Apple frameworks and rootstocks in British Columbia. A.J. Mann, 

F.W.L. Keane and K. Lapins. 1 953. 

899 Hedges for Canadian gardens. R.W.Oliver. 1953. 

900 Poisonous plants of the Canadian Prairies. J.B. Campbell, R.W. 

Lodge and A.C. Budd. 1 954. Rev. 1 956. 

901 The prairie home orchard. W.R.Leslie. 1954. 

902 Foods for the family. Rev. 1 957. 

903 Powder-post beetles in structural timber in coastal British Columbia. 

D.N.Smith. 1954. 

904 Sheep diseases in Canada. 1954. Rev. 1957. 

905 The narcissus bulb fly and its control in British Columbia. H. 

Andison. 1954. 

Rev. as: Control of the narcissus bulb fly. 1961. 

906 Wool production in Canada. S.B. Slen. 1 954. Rev. 1 958. 

907 Business problems of the small cannery. 1954. 

908 Garden rose growing. 1 954. Rev. 1 960, 1 964. 

909 Control of the European corn borer in sweet corn. H.B. Wressel. 

1954. Rev. 1958. 

910 Control of the squash vine borer. L.A.Miller. 1954. 

911 The market for farm products in Newfoundland, 1948-50. W.C. 

Shipley. 1954. 

912 Control of the seed-corn maggot. L.A. Miller and A.G. Dustan. 

1954. 

913 Labor analysis of dairy barn chores. J.M. Fitzpatrick. 1954. 

914 The feeding value of damaged grain. F. Whiting. 1954. Rev. 1957. 

915 Diseases and insect pests of stone fruits in Canada. G.C. 

Chamberlain and G.G. Dustan. 1 954. Rev. 1 962, 1 967. 

916 Positive-flow band applicator for granular soil insecticides. H. 

Andison. 1954. 



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No. 

917 Cover crop tests in furrow irrigated orchards in British Columbia. 

J.C.Wilcox. 1954. 

918 Potato growing in Canada. N.M. Parks. 1 955. Rev. 1 958. 

919 Termites and their control in British Columbia. D.N.Smith. 1954. 

920 Hollyhock rust and its control. H.S.Thompson. 1954. 

921 Farm mechanization in Ontario and Quebec. J. A. Dawson and L.R. 

Fortier. 1955. 

922 Identification of nursery stock, apple, apricot, cherry, peach, pear and 

plum varieties and rootstocks. K. Lapins. 1 955. 

923 How labor is used in Red River Valley farms. J.G. MacKenzie and 

J.C.Brown. 1955. 

924 Control of cockroaches. C.G. MacNay. 1 962. Rev. 1 970. 

Rev. by I.S. Creelman. 1971, 1972, 1973. 

925 Published in French only 

926 Published in French only 

927 Published in French only 

928 Published in French only 

929 Grass silage in dairy cattle rations. V.S.Logan. 1955. 

930 The ixodoidea of Canada. J.D. Gregson. 1956. 

931 Cancelled 

932 Collecting, preparing and preserving insects. B.P. Beirne. 1955. 

933 Flies and their control. C.R. Twinn. 1955. 

934 Control of mites in and about the home. C.G. MacNay. 1955. Rev. 

1963. 

935 The onion maggot. J. P. Perron, D.G. Finlayson, and A.G. Dustan. 

1955. Rev. 1961,1961. 

936 Control of mosquitoes in Canada. C.R. Twinn and D.G. Peterson. 

1955. 
Rev. as: Mosquitoes. L.C. Curtis. 1966,1967. 

937 Control of the cluster fly. C.G. MacNay. 1955. 

Rev. by I.S. Creelman. 1 972, 1 973. 

938 The tuber flea beetle in British Columbia. H.G. Fulton, F.L. Banham 

andC.L. Neilson. 1955. 

Rev. by H.G. Fulton and F.L. Banham. 1 962. 

939 The carrot rust fly in British Columbia. H.G. Fulton and R.H. 

Handford. 1955. 

940 Control of black flies in Canada. C.R. Twinn and D.G. Peterson. 

1955. 

941 Control of the carrot rust fly in eastern Canada. E.H. Salkeld. 1955. 

942 Control of wireworms in Ontario. J. A. Begg. 1955. 

943 Control of the sweetclover weevil. W.R. Allen. 1 955. Rev. 1 959. 

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No. 

944 Insect pests of sunflowers in Manitoba. P.H. Westdal and C.F. 

Barrett. 1955. Rev. 1962. 

945 Insects attacking corn in eastern Canada. H.B. Wressel. 1955. 

Rev. 1 962. Rev. by H.B. Wressel and M. Hudon. 1 968. 

946 Control of tobacco cutworms. G.F. Manson and R.J. McClanahan. 

1955. 

947 Hybrid vegetables for short-season gardens. C. Walkof and V.W. 

Nuttall. 1955. 

948 Weeds of Canada. C. Frankton W.H. Wright. 1 955. Rev. 1 970. 

949 Control of plant bugs in northern alfalfa seed fields. H. McMahon and 

J.C. Arrand. 1955. 

950 Control of the turnip maggot in rutabagas in Saskatchewan. W.W.A. 

Stewart. 1955. 

951 Control of hornworms on tobacco. R.J. McClanahan. 1955. 

952 Root diseases of cereals. P.M. Simmonds. 1955. 

953 Common scab of potato. J. L. Howatt and J. E. Campbell. 1955. 

Rev. by C.H. Lawrence. 1 964, 1 969. 

954 A comparison of furrow and sprinkler irrigation in the Okanagan 

Valley. J.C. Wilcox and C.H. Ferries. 1955. 

955 Feeding grass silage to beef cattle. P.E. Sylvestre and E. Mercier. 

1955. Rev. 1960. 

956 Farm rental, operating and transfer arrangements. G.L. Burton. 

1955. Rev. 1963. 

957 Poultry diseases. 1955. 

958 Control of the buffalo treehopper in eastern Canada. G.G. Dustan 

and A. A. Beaulieu. 1 955. 

959 Planning farm home grounds. R.W.Oliver. 1955. Rev. 1959. 

960 Meat carcass grading in Canada. H.J. Maybee. 1955. 

961 Hog grading in Canada. H.J. Maybee. 1 955. Rev. 1 962, 1 965. 

962 Beef and veal grading in Canada. H.J. Maybee. 1955. Rev. 1959, 

1964. 

963 Lamb and mutton grading in Canada. H.J. Maybee. 1955. 

964 99 range forage plants of the Canadian Prairies. J. B. Campbell, K.F. 

Best and A.C. Budd. 1 956. Rev. 1 966. 

965 A taxonomic revision of the triaspidine braconid wasps of Nearctic 

America (Hymenoptera). J.C.Martin. 1956. 

966 Poultry housing and management. H.S. Gutteridge. 1956. 

967 Control of ants, cockroaches, crickets, silverfish and booklice. C.R. 

Twinn. 1955. 

968 Descriptive notes on herbaceous perennials for Canadian gardens. 

R.W.Oliver. 1956. 

969 Control of bedbugs, fleas, lice and wasps. C.R. Twinn. 1956. 

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No. 

970 Growing herbaceous perennials. R.W.Oliver. 1956. 

971 Meat: how to buy -how to cook. 1956. Rev. 1968. 

972 Control of rats and mice. C.R.Twinn. 1956. 

973 Windbreaks for the Peace River region. V. Chanasyk and E.C. 

Stacey. 1956. 

974 Ferns of the Ottawa district. W.J.Cody. 1956. 

975 Biology and control of the Douglas-fir beetle in the interior of British 

Columbia. J.Walters. 1956. 

976 A check list of plant rusts in Canada. A.M.Brown. 1956. 

977 The balsam woolly aphid. 1956. 

Rev. by R.E. Balch and W.J. Carroll. 1 958. 

978 Control of the corn earworm. D.D. Pond. 1956. 

979 Control of wireworms in British Columbia. A. T.S. Wilkinson. 1956. 

980 Pasture and hay crops for the southern Canadian Prairies. M.R. 

Kilcher and others. 1956. 

981 Control of wireworms in Nova Scotia. C.J.S. Fox and M.E. Neary. 

1956. 

982 Common strawberry diseases and their control. AT. Bolton, R.E. 

Fitzpatrick and F.C. Mellor. 1 956. 

983 Wild plants of the Canadian Prairies. A.C. Budd. 1 957. 

Rev. by A.C. Budd and K.F. Best. 1 964. 

984 Alfalfa seed production in the Prairie Provinces. J.L.Bolton. 1956. 

985 Soil management practices in the Upper Peace River region. C.H. 

Anderson and E.C. Stacey. 1 956. 

986 Crested wheat grass. R.P. Knowles. 1956. 

987 Ontario flue-cured tobacco soils and their fertilizer requirements. 

J.M. Elliot and LS. Vickery. 1 956. 

988 Field peas in Canada. J.G.C. Fraser and V.R. Wallen. 1 956. 

Rev. byF. Gfeller. 1961. 

989 New features in flue-cured tobacco kiln construction. E.K. Walker 

and L.S. Vickery. 1956. 

990 Common strawberry insects and their control. H. Andison. 1956. 

991 Russian wild rye grass. D.H. Heinrichs and T. Lawrence. 1956. 

Rev. 1966. 

992 Jams, jellies and pickles. 1956. 

993 Feeding and care of the dairy calf. V.S. Logan and V.J. Miles. 

1956. Rev. 1967. 

994 Culture of ornamental trees for Canadian gardens. R.W. Oliver. 

1957. Rev. 1959. 

995 Trees for ornamental planting. R.W.Oliver. 1957. Rev. 1967. 

996 Flowering bulbs for Canadian gardens. R.W.Oliver. 1957. 



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No. 

997 Control of insects of house plants. G.G. Dustan. 1956. 

998 Sweet clover in western Canada. J.E.R. Greenshields. 1957. 

999 Traction problems with mounted tillage implements. J.G. Kemp and 

J.L.Thompson. 1957. 

1000 The European pine shoot moth in Ontario. 1957. 

1001 The yellow-headed spruce sawfly in Ontario. 1957. 

1002 The red-headed pine sawfly in Ontario. 1957. 

1003 The white pine weevil in Ontario. 1957. 

1004 The elm leaf beetle in Ontario. 1957. 

1005 Strawberry culture in eastern Canada. D.S. Blair and others. 

1957. 

1006 Control of cattle lice. W.O. Haufe. 1957. Rev. 1960, 1962, 1963. 

1 007 A home-made sprayer for attachment to a tractor power take-off. H. 

Andison. 1957. 

1008 Diseases of field crops. 1957. 

Rev. as: Diseases of field crops in the prairie provinces. W.C. McDonald. 1967. 

1009 Forest sawflies of southern Ontario and their parasites. H. 

Raizenne. 1957. 

1 01 Dutch elm disease. 1 957. Rev. 1 958. 

1011 Ornamental shrubs for Canadian gardens. R.W.Oliver. 1957. 

1012 Control of lice and mites on chickens. P.E. Morrison and R.P. 

Thompson. 1957. 

Rev. as: Lice and mites on chickens. 1961. 

1013 Carpenter ant infestation and its control. D.N.Smith. 1957. 

1 01 4 Granulated insecticides for control of the European corn borer in field 

corn. H.B. Wressell. 1 957. Rev. 1 958. 

1015 Chemical aspects of ecology in relation to agriculture. H. Martin. 

1957. 

1016 Living with house plants. A.P.Chan. 1958. 

1017 Woody climbers and ground covers for Canadian gardens. R.W. 

Oliver. 1957. Rev. 1973. 

1 01 8 The control of the pine needle scale in the Prairie Provinces. L.O.T. 

Peterson. 1 957. Rev. 1 960. 

1 01 9 Sunflower seed production. E.D. Putt. 1 957. Rev. 1 968, 1 972. 

1020 Concentrate spraying in deciduous orchards. J.Marshall. 1958. 

1021 The production of rape in western Canada. W.J. White and J.L. 

Bolton. 1957. Rev. 1961. 

1022 Studies in forest pathology. XVII. The pathological deterioration of 

fire-killed pine in the Mississagi region of Ontario. J.T. Basham. 
1958. 

1023 The dairy goat. 1957. 



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No. 

1024 Pasture renovation in Maritime Provinces. F.W. Calder and F.S. 

Warren. 1958. Rev. 1967. 

1025 Field corn production in Canada. F. Dimmock, G.F.H. Buckley and J. 

Giesbrecht. 1957. 

Rev. as: Growing corn. LS. Donovan and others. 1963,1967. 

1026 Control of root maggots in rutabagas and turnips in British Columbia. 

A.R. Forbes and K.M. King. 1957. 

1 027 Control of the cabbage maggot in British Columbia. A.R. Forbes and 

K.M. King. 1957. 

1028 Irrigating early potatoes in southwestern Ontario. J.M. Fulton. 

1958. 

1029 Studies in forest pathology. XIX. Decay of western hemlock and 

amabilis fir in the Kitimat region of British Columbia. R.E. Foster, 
J.E. Browne and AT. Foster. 1 958. 

1 030 Rambler alfalfa. D.H. Heinrichs and J.L. Bolton. 1 958. 

1031 Breeds of sheep and their use in Canada. J.W.Graham. 1958. 

1032 Preparing insect displays. A.A.Wood. 1958. 

1033 Growing vegetables in the prairie garden. C. Walkof. 1958. Rev. 

1962,1969. 

1 034 Forest lepidoptera of Canada. Forest Insect Survey. Vol.1 . Papilioni- 

daetoArctidae. B.M. McGugan. 1958. 

1035 The spruce budworm in New Brunswick. R.E. Balch. 1958. 

1036 Control of grasshoppers in the Prairie Provinces. L.G. Putnam and 

R.H. Handford. 1958. 

1037 Stock poisoning plants of the British Columbia ranges. A. McLean 

and H.H. Nicholson. 1 958. 

1038 Control of grape insects in Ontario. T.Armstrong. 1958. 

1 039 Control of borers attacking peach trees in Ontario. T. Armstrong and 

H.R. Boyce. 1958. 

1040 Comparison of the power costs of tractors. F.W. Bigsby, J.L. 

Thompson and J.G. Kemp. 1 958. Rev. 1 960, 1 967. 

1 041 Studies in forest pathology. XVIII. The occurrence of the Indian paint 

fungus, Echinodontium tinctorium, E. & E., in British Columbia. 
G.P.Thomas. 1958. 

1042 Heat units and crop growth. R.M. Holmes and G.W. Robertson. 

1959. Rev. 1967. 

1043 Mink production; management and nutrition. C.K. Gunn. 1959. 

1 044 Cultural control of wild oats. 1 959. 

1045 Control of the cabbage maggot in Newfoundland. R.F. Morris. 

1959. 



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No. 

1 046 A survey of the law of water in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. 

P. Gisvold. 1959. 

1047 Freezing temperature probabilities at Ottawa. G.W. Robertson and 

R.M.Holmes. 1959. 

1 048 Buy by grade. 1 959. Rev. 1 960. 

1 049 Grasses of the Ottawa district. W.G. Dore. 1 959. 

1 050 Salads. 1 959. Rev. I964. 

1051 Cost of field operations in the Prairie region. 1959. 

1052 Swine diseases in Canada. 1959. 

1053 The art of making sandwiches. 1959. 

1054 Estimating irrigation water requirements from meteorological data. 

G.W. Robertson and R.M. Holmes. 1 959. 

1055 Ants and their control in Canada. C.G. MacNay. Rev. 1959. 

1056 Winter wheat production in western Canada. J.E. Andrews and 

others. 1959. Rev. 1968. 

1 057 Control of silverfish and firebrats. C.G. MacNay. 1 959. 

Rev. by I.S. Creelman. 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973. 

1 058 Potatoes. 1 959. Rev. 1 97I, 1 972. 

1 059 Home vegetable growing. 1 959. Rev. 1 969. 

1060 The effects of decay on the production of trembling aspen pulpwood 

in the upper Pic region of Ontario. J.T. Hasham. 1960. 

1061 Seed cleaners and separators. M.E. Doddsand J.W. White. 1960. 

1062 Commercial canning of fruit pie fillings. C.C. Strachan and others. 

1960. 

1063 The budding and grafting of fruit trees. 1959. 

1064 Chemical methods of plant analysis. G.M. Ward and F.B. Johnston. 

1960. Rev. 1962. 

1065 The construction and care of lawns. J.H. Boyce. n.d. Rev. 1950. 

1066 Ecology of the aspen parkland of western Canada in relation to land 

use. R.D. Bird. 1961. 

1067 Nutrient deficiencies and climatic factors causing low volume 

production and active deterioration in white spruce. L.A. Paine. 
1960. 

1 068 Farming in Canada. 1 960. Rev. 1 965, 1 967. 

1069 Control of white grubs in eastern Canada. G.H.Hammond. 1960. 

Rev. 1968. 

1970 Vegetable gardening practices for the Prairie Provinces. C. Walkof. 
1960. Rev. 1962,1970. 

1071 Control of the Colorado potato beetle in Canada. F.M. Cannon. 
1960. 

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No. 

1072 Control of the potato flea beetle in eastern Canada. F.M. Cannon. 

1960. 

1073 Control of the potato leafhopper in field beans. H.B. Wressell and 

L.A.Miller. 1960. 

1074 A study of price determination in the Alberta hog market. L.E. 

Poetschke. 1960. 

1 075 Control of root maggots in rutabagas, cabbages and related plants in 

the Maritime Provinces. D.C. Read. 1960. Rev. 1967, 1972. 
Suppl. 1968,1969. 

1 076 Control of the six-spotted leafhopper in southern Ontario. L.A. Miller. 

1960. 

1077 Control of the purple-backed cabbageworm in Newfoundland. R.F. 

Morris. 1960. 

1 078 Control of the spruce spider mite. K.E. Stewart and L.O.T. Peterson. 

1960. 

1079 Home lawn establishment. A. McLean. 1960. 

1080 The fungi of Ontario. I Uredinales. J. A. Parmelee. 1960. 

1081 Handbook for northern gardeners. F.S. Nowosad. 1960. Rev. 

1964,1967. 

1082 Mastitis must be beaten. C.K.Johns. 1960. 

Rev. as: Mastitis. J. A. Elliott. 1968. 

1083 Soil erosion by water. P.O. Ripley and others. 1961. 

1 084 Appraisal of methods for assessing the sanitary quality of milk. C.K. 

Johns. 1960. 

1085 Rhinitis of swine. R. Gwatkin. 1960. 

1086 Values of surface applications of limestone and superphosphate on 

Dikeland and Upland pastures. C.D.T. Cameron and L.S. 
Hamilton. 1960. 

1 087 Published in French only 

1 088 Plants of Prince Edward Island. D.S. Erskine. 1 960. 

1089 Reclaiming acid dome peat bogs for agricultural use. J.J. Jasmin 

and H.B. Heeney. 1 960. Rev. 1 968. 

1090 Influence of depth of moist soil at seeding time and of seasonal 

rainfall on wheat yields in southwestern Saskatchewan. P.J. 
Janzen and others. 1960. 

1091 Water relations and forest distribution in the Douglas-fir region on 

Vancouver Island. R.G. McMinn. 1960. 

1092 Summary of weather records, 1914-1958, Research Station, 

Kentville, N.S. J.S. Leefe. 1961. 



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No. 

1093 Guide to the chemicals used in crop protection. 4th ed. H. Martin. 

1961. Supp. 1964. 
Rev. 5th ed. by E. Y. Spencer. 1 968. 

1094 Cheese. 1960. 

1 095 The Lacombe breed, a bacon type hog developed by Canada. 1 960. 

Rev. 1965. 

1 096 Maple syrup, sugar, butter, taffy. 1 961 . Rev. 1 969. 

1097 Control of the European earwig. H. Andison. 1960. Rev. 1968. 

Rev. by IS. Creelman. 1 973. 

1098 Rust research in Canada and related plant-disease investigations. 

T.Johnson. 1961. 

1099 The stipitatehydnums of Nova Scotia. K.A.Harrison. 1961. 

1 1 00 Row spacing affects yields of forage grasses in the brown soil zone of 

Saskatchewan. M.R. Kilcher. 1 961 . 

1101 Determination of methyl bromide, ethylene dibromide and carbon 

tetrachloride in admixture in air. B. Berck. 1961. 

1102 Construction and use of farrowing stalls. H.T. Fredeen. 1961. 

1 1 03 Mist beds for rooting cutting. S.H. Nelson. 1 961 . Rev. 1 965, 1 968. 

1104 Distribution and persistence of methyl bromide ethylene dibromide 

and carbon tetrachloride applied in grain fumigant mixtures. B. 
Berck. 1961. 

1 1 05 Fowl tuberculosis. J.E. Lancaster. 1 961 . Rev. 1 963. 

1 1 06 Skim milk powder. 1 961 . Rev. 1 971 , 1 972. 

1 107 Growing alfalfa in British Columbia. W.A. Hubbard and A. McLean. 

1961. 

1108 Reseeding grassland ranges in the interior of British Columbia. A. 

McLean, W.L. Pringle and T.G. Willis. 1 961 . 

1109 Control of the pale western cutworm. L.A. Jacobson. 1961. 

1110 Control of root weevils in strawberries. W.T. Cram. 1962. 

1111 Probabilities of freezing temperatures at Fredericton, N.B., Charlotte- 

town, P.E.I., Kentville, N.S. and Nappan, N.S. R.A. Hornstein. 
1961. 

1112 Edible and poisonous mushrooms of Canada. J. Walton Groves. 

1962. 

1113 Collection and care of botanical specimens. D.B.O. Savile. 1962. 

1114 Control of insects and mites in food materials in the home. C.G. 

MacNay. 1961. 

Rev. by IS. Creelman. 1972,1973. 

1115 Protect orchards from rabbits and mice. 1961. 

Rev. as: Control of mice, rabbits and deer in orchards. C.G. MacNay. 1 965. 

1116 Guinea pigs. C.W.Mcintosh. 1961. 



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No. 

1117 Seasonal variations in the livestock industry; cattle, sheep, hogs, and 

calves. W. Darcovich and R. Berthiame. 1961. 

1118 ARDA; a program geared to problems, possibilities and progress, in 

the development of natural resources and employment opportuni- 
ties. 1964. 

1119 Co-operatives in Canada. 1 962. Rev. 1 968. 

1120 The waxing of turnips for the retail market. E.W. Franklin. 1961. 

Rev. 1965,1967. 

1121 Sprinkler irrigation requirements for tree fruits in the Okanagan 

valley. J. C. Wilcox and C.H. Brownlee. 1961. 

1122 Creeping red fescue. C.R. Elliott, E.C. Stacey and W.J. Doran. 

1961. Rev. 1967,1973. 

1123 Organization of the Canada Department of Agriculture, n.d. Rev. 

1961. 

Rev. as: Organization and activities of the Canada Department of Agriculture. 
1967, 1969, 1970. 

1124 Chemical control of weeds in the Atlantic Provinces. J.S. Leefe. 

1961. 

1125 Pig management. B.D. Owen and J. M. Bell. 1962. 

1126 Pig feeding. J.M.Bell. 1962. Rev. 1964. 

1 1 27 Swine breeding. H.T. Fredeen. 1 962. Rev. 1 968. 

1128 ARDA; a program to conserve and develop rural natural resources 

and to improve income and employment opportunities in rural 
areas. 1964. 

1129 Ventilation of dairy, poultry and pig buildings. C.G.E. Downing and 

W.R. Milne, n.d. 

1 1 30 Summer vegetables. 1 961 . Rev. 1 962, 1 968. 

1131 Insects and mites in farm-stored grain in western Canada. F.L. 

Watters. 1961. 

Rev. as: Control of insects and mites in farm-stored grain in the Prairie Provinces. 
1967. 

1132 Forage crops for irrigated land. R.W. Peake. 1962. 

1133 Range management of grasslands and adjacent parklands in the 

Prairie Provinces. J. B. Campbell and others. 1962. 

1134 Adjusting livestock rations to available feed supplies. 1961. 

1135 Agricultural stabilization; price support for the farmer. 1964. 

1136 Common weeds of the Canadian prairies; aids to identification by 

vegetative characters. K.F. Best and A.C. Budd. 1 964. 

1137 Farm management data from illustration station farms, 1953-1958. 

1961. 

1138 PFRA, Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act; what it means to the Prairie 

Provinces. 1961. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1139 Control of leaf hoppers on cane fruits in British Columbia. J. Raine 

and N.V. Tanks. 1962. 

1 1 40 Squash and pumpkin. 1 968. Rev. 1 969. 

1141 Beans. 1969. Rev. 1970. 

1 1 42 Control of the sheep ked. W. A. Nelson. 1 962. Rev. 1 967. 

1143 Control of the currant fruit fly. H.R.Richardson and H. Andison. 

1962. 

1 1 44 Making jam commercially; principles, methods, equipment, formulas. 

A.W. Moyls, C.C. Strachan and F.E. Atkinson. 1 962. Rev. 1 968. 

1145 The engineering aspects of land leveling. E. Rapp. 1963. Rev. 

1968. 

1146 The pea aphid. J.B. Maltaisand J.J. Cartier. 1962. 

Rev. by J.J. Cartier. 1968. 

1147 Seeding forest ranges in the dry belt of British Columbia. W.L. 

Pringle and A. McLean. 1 962. 

1148 Management of bromegrass for seed in central Saskatchewan. W.L. 

Crowle and R.P. Knowles. 1 962. 

1149 Importance of working summerfollow early in southwestern Sas- 

katchewan. N. A. Korven and others. 1962. 

1 1 50 Mosaic and streak viruses of the potato. D.J. MacLeod. 1 962. Rev. 

1964. 

1 151 PFAA, Prairie Farm Assistance Act; an aid to farmers in the event of 

serious crop losses. 1964. 

1 1 52 Growing irrigated crops in southern Alberta. S. Dubetz, G.C. Russell 

and K.W.Hill. 1962. 

1153 Hedges for the Prairies. H.F. Harp and W.A. Cumming. 1962. Rev. 

1967. 

1 1 54 Chemical methods for analysis of fruit and vegetable products. J. A. 

Ruck. 1963. 

1155 Weights and conversion factors for Canadian agricultural products. 

1962. 

1156 Rock Cornish game hens; Squab broilers. E.C. Walker and D. 

McNiece. 1962. 

1 1 57 Farm sprayers. 1 963. 

1 1 58 Savory herbs. E. W. Chipman. 1 963. Rev. 1 968. 

1159 Apple growing in the Maritimes. R.P. Longley. 1967. 

1 160 Irrigated pastures in southern Alberta. D.B. Wilson and R.D. Clark. 

1964. 

1161 The blueberry maggot in the Maritime Provinces. G.W. Wood. 

1962. 

1162 Control of cattle grubs in the Prairie Provinces. M. A. Khan. 1963. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1163 Lawns. 1963. Rev. 1971. 

1164 Crops and soil management for the Wabowden area of northern 

Manitoba. P. Braun. 1 963. Rev. 1 969. 

1165 Growing cereal crops in central British Columbia. B.K. McDonald. 

1963. 

1166 Meat inspection service of the Canada Dept. of Agriculture. 1962. 

1167 Our food costs. 1963. 

1 1 68 Transplanting trees and shrubs. 1 963. Rev. 1 966, 1 971 . 

1169 Irrigated pastures for British Columbia's interior. W.A. Hubbard, 

H.H. Nicholson and A. McLean. 1 963. 

1170 Growing strawberries in eastern Canada. L.P.S. Spangelo. 1962. 

Rev. 1971. 

1171 Soil management. H.B. Heeney. 1962. 

1172 Growing strawberries in eastern Canada - planting and harvesting. 

L.P.S. Spangelo. 1962. 

1173 Growing strawberries in eastern Canada - diseases. AT. Bolton. 

1963. Rev. 1968. 

1174 Growing strawberries in eastern Canada- insects. W.L. Putman and 

A. Hikichi. 1963. 

1175 Growing strawberries in eastern Canada - weed control. W.J. 

Saidak. 1963. Rev. 1967. 

1176 Sulphur dioxide preservation of fruits. F.E. Atkinson and C.C. 

Strachan. 1964. 

1177 Raising chinchillas. 1963. 

1 178 Control of soil drifting in southwestern Manitoba. R.D. Dryden, W.K. 

Dawley and K.W. Hill. 1 964. Rev. 1 967. 

1179 Suitablility for irrigation of water from lakes and streams in the 

southern interior of British Columbia. J.C. Wilcox and J.L. 
Masson. 1963. 

1 1 80 The Gentians of Canada, Alaska and Greenland. J.M. Gillett. 1 963. 

1181 Growing forage crops on Vancouver Island. R.H. Turley and E.F. 

Maas. 1963. 

1182 Planning your garden. R.W.Oliver. 1963. 

1 1 83 Oil and oilmeal from Canadian rapeseed; a summary of research on 

quality and use. J.M. Bell, R.K. Downey and L.R. Wetter. 1963. 
Rev. 1967,1969. 

1 1 84 Blackbirds in field crops. R.D. Bird and L.B. Smith. 1 963. 

1 1 85 Rye for forage and grain in the Atlantic Provinces. F.S. Warren, J.E. 

Langille and H.A. Riordon. 1 963. 

1186 Published in French only 

1187 Control of fleas. C.G. MacNay. 1963. Rev. 1970, 1971. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1188 Insurance for farmers. S.W.Garland. 1964. 

1189 Poultry; how to buy, how to cook. 1964. 

1 190 Climate and agriculture in central British Columbia. B.K. McDonald. 

1964. 

1191 Low-volume air-blast spraying in British Columbia orchards 1957- 

1 962. J. Marshall, A.D. McMechan and K. Williams. 1 963. 

1192 Gardening in the Yukon. G.H. Gubbels. 1963. 

1 193 Control of the European marsh crane fly in Newfoundland and Nova 

Scotia. R.F. Morris and C.J.S. Fox. 1 963. 

1194 Raising calves for veal. V.S. Logan and G.M. Carman. 1963. 

1195 Machines for marshland ditching. 1963. 

1196 Growing red raspberries in eastern Canada. D.L.Craig. 1964. 

1197 Varieties of red raspberries for eastern Canada. D.L.Craig. 1964. 

1198 Not published. 

1 199 Irrigation water, its use and application. S. Dubetz and E.H. Hobbs. 

1966. Rev. 1967. 

1 200 Raising rabbits. 1 963. Rev. 1 964, 1 966, 1 972. 

1 201 The Canadian fur industry. 1 964. Rev. 1 971 . 

1 202 Control of fabric pests. C.G. MacNay. 1 965. 

1203 Peach varieties for southwestern Ontario. G.M. Weaver. 1964. 

1204 Turkey rolls. 1963. 

1205 Mushroom culture. 1963. 

Rev. as: How to grow mushrooms. N.W. Tape. 1965,1966,1968,1971. 

1 206 Making blueberry wine at home. T. Fuleki. 1 964. Rev. 1 972. 

1207 Irrigating cucumbers for southwestern Ontario. J.M.Fulton. 1964. 

Rev. 1968. 

1208 Fallout on the farm. 1967. 

1209 Importing and managing the alfalfa leaf-cutter bee. G.A. Hobbs. 

1964. 

1210 Evaporation measurements at research branch stations, Canada 

Department of Agriculture. G.W.Robertson. 1964. 

1211 Probing for back-fat thickness in hogs. G.W. Rahnefeld. 1964. Rev. 

1968. 

1212 Control of wasps and bees. C.G. MacNay. 1965. 

Rev. by I.S. Creelman. 1 972,. 1 973. 

1213 Control of slugs. A.T.S. Wilkinson. 1964. Rev. 1972. 

1214 Black widow spiders. L.C.Curtis. 1964. Rev. 1972. 

1215 Control of diseases and pests of potatoes. K.M. Graham and others. 

1968. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1 21 6 Control of the sugar-beet nematode in Alberta. E.J. Hawn, C.E. Lilly 

and A.M. Harper. 1964. 

1217 Culture of cigarette Burley tobacco. W.A. Scott and R.J. Haslam. 

1964. Rev. 1971,1972. 

1218 Harvesting and curing cigarette burley tobacco. W.A.Scott. 1964. 

1219 Preparing cigarette burley tobacco for market. W.A. Scott. 1964. 

Rev. 1971. 

1220 Growth of spring cereals in northwestern Canada and Alaska. A. A. 

Guitard and others. 1965. 

1221 Fertilizing pastures and hayland in the Maritime Provinces. G.G. 

Smeltzer. 1967. 

1222 Tree fruits for the Prairies. J.W. Morrison, W.A. Cumming and H.J. 

Temmerman. 1968. 

1223 Growing strawberries in eastern Canada. W.P. Mohr. 1964. 

1224 Climate of the upper Peace River region. A. C. Carder. 1965. 

1 225 Small fruits for central British Columbia. W.T. Burns and M.C.J, van 

Adrichem. 1965. 

1226 Catalogue of the Buller Memorial Library. Cataloque de la bibliothe- 

que commemorative Buller. K.D.Oliver. 1965. 

1227 Package bees for profit. J.C.M. L'Arrivee and J.E. Geiger. 1965. 

1228 Varieties of burley tobacco for southern Ontario. R.J. Haslam. 

1965. Rev. 1972. 

1229 Growing gladiolus. J.H. Crossley and S. Arrowsmith. 1965. Rev. 

1967. 

1230 Herbaceous perennials for central British Columbia. W.T. Burns and 

J. Risse-Sawitski. 1965. 

1231 Ornamental shrubs and trees for central British Columbia. W.T. 

Burns and J. Risse-Sawitski. 1 965. 

1 232 Rock gardens for central British Columbia. W.T. Burns and J. Risse- 

Sawitski. 1965. 

1233 Poultry meat. E.S. Snyder and H.L. Orr. n.d. 

1234 Weather of the growing season in the clay belt of western Quebec 

and northern Ontario. P. Dermine. 1965. 

1235 Not published. 

1236 Feedlot finishing of cattle and lambs in western Canada. R. 

Hironaka. 1 965. Rev. 1 966, 1 969. 

1 237 Fertilizer schedule for greenhouse tomatoes in southwestern Ontario. 

G.M. Ward. 1 965. Rev. 1 969. 

1238 Biological values of provitamins A for man, domestic mammals, and 

birds; a review. 1966. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1239 Importance of lactation number, age and season of calving for dairy 

cattle breed improvement (Based on Canadian record of perform- 
ance). K. Gravir and C.G. Hickman. 1966. 

1240 Brush control in western Canada. H. A. Friesen and others. 1965. 

1241 New early apple varieties. L.P.S. Spangelo. 1964. 

1 242 Starting farming in Canada. S. W. Garland. 1 966. Rev. 1 967. 

1243 The rock garden. A.R.Buckley. 1966. Rev. 1967, 1971. 

1244 Published in French only 

1245 Control of root-lesion nematodes in flue-cured tobacco. J.M. Elliot 

and W.B. Mountain. 1 966. 

1 246 The saskatoon. R.E. Harris. 1 966. Rev. 1 967, 1 972. 

1247 Diseases and pests of turfgrass in the Prairie Provinces. J.B. 

Lebeau. 1 966. Rev. 1 968. 

1 248 Control of potato diseases in Newfoundland. O. A. Olsen and others. 

1965. Rev. 1968. 

1249 Discolorations and other defects of wheat seed. P.M. Simmonds. 

1965. Rev. 1968. 

1250 Supplementary forage crops for the Maritime Provinces. J.E. 

Langille and F.S. Warren. 1 966. 

1251 An annotated index of plant diseases in Canada and fungi recorded 

on plants in Alaska, Canada and Greenland. I.L. Conners. 1967. 

1252 See Monograph 4. 

1253 See Monograph 4. 

1254 See Monograph 3. 

1255 See Monograph 2. 

1256 Sprinkler irrigation on ranches in the southern interior of British 

Columbia. W.A.Hubbard. 1967. 

1257 Rapeseed meal for livestock and poultry -a review. 1965. 

1258 How to meet the feed shortage. 1965. 

1 259 Feeding livestock on low roughage. 1 965. 

1260 Handbook on the storage of fruits and vegetables for farm and 

commercial use. W.R. Phillips and J.G. Armstrong. 1967. Rev. 
1969. 

1261 Not published. 

1 262 Guide to federal agricultural services. 1 967. Rev. 1 970. 

1263 Rabies and your pet. 1967. 

1 264 Alsike clover. C.R. Elliott and P. Pankiw. 1 972. 

1265 Annual forage crops for the southern interior of British Columbia. 

W.A.Hubbard. 1967. 

1266 Soil erosion by wind; cause, damage, and control. 1966. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1267 Not published. 

1268 The raspberry crown borer. J. Raine. 1966. Rev. 1967. 

1269 Not published. 

1270 Turkey for everyone. 1972. 

1271 Hardy asters for the autumn garden. A.R. Buckley. 1966. Rev. 

1969. 

1 272 Rabies and livestock. 1 967. Rev. 1 968. 

1273 The sheep blowfly and its control in Newfoundland. R.F. Morris. 

1966. 

1274 Potherbs or greens for the Maritimes. E.W. Chipman. 1966. Rev. 

1968. 

1 275 See Publication 1 406. 

1 276 Storing bulbs. A.R. Buckley. 1 966. Rev. 1 967. 

1277 Problem feeds for livestock and poultry. L.M. Bezeau. 1966. Rev. 

1967. 

1278 Lowbush blueberry production in Canada. I.V. Hall and others. 

1967. 

1279 Highbush blueberry culture in eastern Canada. D.L.Craig. 1967. 

1 280 Elderberry culture in eastern Canada. D.L. Craig. 1 966. Rev. 1 967. 

1281 Potato growing in the Atlantic Provinces. R.C. Parent, W.N. Black 

and L.C. Callbeck. 1967. 

1 282 Growing cranberries. I.V. Hall and others. 1 966. Rev. 1 969. 

1 283 Food grading in Canada. 1 966. Rev. 1 967, 1 969, 1 973. 

1284 Methods for sensory evaluation of food. E. Larmond. 1967. Rev. 

1970. 

1285 Lythrums for home gardens. H.F. Harp. 1967. 

1286 Ornamental shrubs for Canada. L.C. Sherk and A.R. Buckley. 

1968. 

1287 Feeding livestock on low-roughage rations. F. Whiting. 1967. 

1 288 Growing Canada's floral emblems. L.C. Sherk. 1 967. 

1 289 Fruit tree propagation. L.P.S. Spangelo, R. Watkins and E.J. Davies. 

1968. 

1290 Control of wireworms in Nova Scotia. C.J.S. Fox and M.E. Neary. 

1966. 

1291 Agricultural machinery costs. J.L.Thompson. 1966. Rev. 1968. 

1292 Control of the pale western cutworm. L.A. Jacobson and H. 

McDonald. 1966. 

1293 Published in French only 

1 294 Barbecue cooking. 1 966. Rev. 1 967. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1295 Crested wheatgrass. R.P. Knowles and E. Buglass. 1966. Rev. 

1967. 

1 296 Farming in Canada. 1 966. Rev. 1 970, 1 97I. 

1297 Control of the apple maggot. C.W.B. Maxwell, n.d. 

1298 Control of ants. C.G. MacNay. 1966. 

Rev. by I.S. Creelman. 1971, 1972, 1973. 

1299 Legume inoculation. R. Ashford and D.H. Heinrichs. 1966. Rev. 

1972. 

1 300 Control of the European corn borer in sweet corn. H.B. Wressell and 

M. Hudon. 1966. Rev. 1967. 

1301 Not published. 

1302 Not published. 

1303 Rhododendrons in the Atlantic Provinces. G.S.Swain. 1967. 

1 304 Control of the corn earworm. D.D. Pond. 1 966. Rev. 1 967. 

1305 Buy by grade; consumer guide to food grades. 1966. Rev. 1967, 

1970. 

1306 Lawns for coastal British Columbia. R.H.Turley. 1967. 

Rev. by R.M. Adamson and N.V. Tonks. 1 970, 1 972. 

1307 Not published. 

1308 Not published. 

1309 Control of cattle grubs in the Prairie Provinces. M. A. Khan. 1967. 

Rev. 1968,1973. 

1310 Not published. 

131 1 Irrigating schedules for early potatoes in southwestern Ontario. J.M. 

Fulton. 1966. 

1312 Curing flue-cured tobacco. E.K. Walker and L.S. Vickery. 1 969. 

1313 Domestication of alfalfa leaf -cutter bees. G.A. Hobbs. 1967. 

1314 Soil salinity and drainage problems; causes, effects, management. 

R. A. Milne and E. Rapp. 1 968. 

1315 Experimental methods for evaluating herbage. J.B. Campbell. 

1969. 

1316 Food-alaCanadienne. 1967. 

1317 Chicken broilers. 1 967. Rev. 1 972. 

1318 A climatological analysis of irrigation requirements in the Lower 

Fraser Valley, B.C. W. Baier, G.W. Robertson and M.F. Clarke. 
1969. 

1319 Grassland ranges in the southern interior of British Columbia. A. 

McLean and L. Marchand. 1968. 

1320 Herbaceous perennials for the Prairies. H.F. Harp. 1971. 

1321 Effect of control cropping on degraded soil. K.E. Bowren and W.N. 

McNaughton. n.d. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1322 Booklice. C.G. MacNay. 1967. 

Rev. as: Control of booklice. I. S. Creelman. 1972. 

1323 Bats. C.G. MacNay. 1967. 

Rev. as: Control of Bats. I. S. Creelman. 1972. 

1324 Carpenter ants. C.G. MacNay. 1967. 

1 325 Collembola (Springtails, Snowfleas). C.G. MacNay. 1 967. 

Rev. as: Control of springtails. IS. Creelman. 1972. 

1326 Crickets. C.G. MacNay. 1967. 

1327 The larder beetle. C.G. MacNay. 1967. 

1328 Millipedes. C.G. MacNay. 1967. 

Rev. as: Control of millipedes. I. S. Creelman. 1972,1973. 

1329 Control of moles in eastern Canada. C.G. MacNay. 1967. 

1 330 Pillbugs and sowbugs. C.G. MacNay. 1 967. 

Rev. as: Control of sowbugs and pillbugs. I.S. Creelman. 1 972. 

1331 The saw-toothed grain beetle; our no. I food pest. C.G. MacNay. 

1967. Rev. 1968. 
Rev. by IS. Creelman. 1 972, I973. 

1332 Spiders. C.G. MacNay. 1967. Rev. 1968. 

1333 The strawberry root weevil. C.G. MacNay. 1967. 

1334 Landscaping the home. L.G. Denby. n.d. 

1335 Tuberous begonias. J.H. Crossley and S. Arrowsmith. 1967. Rev. 

1972. 

1336 An evaluation of vegetables grown in the Eastern Arctic region of 

Canada. F.S. Nowosad and others. 1967. 

1337 How to build a plastic crop shelter or greenhouse. G.H. Gubbels. 

1967. 

1 338 What you should know about soil. 1 968. 

1339 What you should know about meat and poultry inspection. 1968. 

Rev. 1968,1970. 

1 340 What you should know about pest control. 1 968. Rev. 1 972. 

1341 Eggs. 1967. 

1342 Cooking for Christmas. 1967. 

1343 A checklist of ornamental trees for Canada. L.C. Sherk. 1968. Rev. 

1971. 

1344 Pictures: the Canadian turkey industry. 1968. Rev. 1970. 

1 345 Pictures: geese. 1 968. Rev. 1 970. 

1 346 Pictures: the Canadian broiler industry. 1 968. Rev. 1 970. I973. 

1 347 Pictures: the Canadian egg industry. 1 968. Rev. 1 970. 

1 348 Pictures: breeds of chickens. 1 968. Rev. 1 970. 

1 349 Pictures: ducks. 1 968. Rev. 1 973. 

1 350 What you should know about fruit production. 1 968. Rev. 1 972. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1351 What you should know about farm woodlots. 1968. 

1352 The climate for agriculture at Nappan, 1914-1965. L.P. Jackson. 

1968. 

1353 Watch for the cereal leaf beetle. G.F. Manson and H.R. Boyce. 

1968. 

1 354 Value for food dollars. 1 968. Rev. 1 97I. 

1355 Growing rutabagas. 1968. 

1356 The economics of beef production. I.F. Furniss and V.W. Yorgason. 

1968. 

1357 Soilless growth of hydroponics. 1968. 

1358 Corn for livestock and poultry. 1968. 

1359 Handling potatoes from grower to retailer. 1968. 

1 360 Farm credit legislation in Canada. R.S. Rust. 1 967. 

1361 Stock-poisoning plants of western Canada. R.W. Lodge, A. McLean 

and A. Johnston, n.d. Rev. 1969. 

1362 How to grade furs. T. Ruttle. 1968. 

1363 Control of Equine infectious anemia (swamp fever). 1968. Rev. 

1971. 

1364 Market cattle testing for brucellosis and tuberculosis. 1968. 

1365 Directory of farmers' organizations in Canada. Repertoire des 

organismes d'agriculteurs au Canada. 1 968. 

1366 Anthrax. 1968. 

1367 The birch leaf miner. L. Bellefleur. 1968. 

1 368 Pictures; maple syrup. 1 968. Rev. 1 970, 1 973. 

1 369 Planting and growing rhubarb. L.H. Lyall. 1 968. Rev. 1 969. 

1 370 Control of rats and mice. 1 968. Rev. 1 970. 

1 371 Brucellosis vaccination of calves. 1 968. Rev. 1 969. 

1372 Making soil monoliths. J.H.Day. 1968. Rev. 1970. 

1373 Breeding for beef production. H.T. Fredeen and others. 1968. 

1374 Using savory herbs. 1968. 

1 375 Orchard replant problems. G. W. Bird. 1 968. Rev. 1 973. 

1 376 Crop rotation and productivity. P.O. Ripley. 1 969. 

1377 Alfalfa in Canada. D.H. Heinrichs. 1968. 

1 378 Beef cuts. 1 969. Rev. 1 970, 1 972. 

1379 Curing flue-cured tobacco under special conditions. E.K. Walker. 

1968. 

1 380 Curing flue-cured tobacco by conventional procedures. E.K. Walker. 

1968. 

1381 Livestock on small farms. 1969. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1382 Range management pays. A. McLean and W.C. Pendray. 1968. 

1383 Backfat thickness and body weight in swine selection. G.W. 

Rahnefeld. 1970. 

1384 Shelterbelts for the Peace River Region. R.E. Harris and A.C. 

Carder. 1969. 

1385 Growing fuchsias. J.H. Crossley, S. Arrowsmith and N.V. Tonks. 

1969. 

1386 What you should know about wheat. 1969. 

1387 Anaplasmosis. 1969. 

1388 Handling eggs from producer to retailer. 1969. 

1389 Thrifty meals with canned vegetables. 1969. 

1390 Farm and ranch equipment for beef cattle. W.A.Hubbard. 1969. 

1391 Solonetzic soils and their management. R.R. Cairns and W.E. 

Bowser. 1969. 

1392 Honey. 1969. 

1393 Wild-rice. W.G. Dore. 1969. 

1 394 Fertilizer schedule for greenhouse cucumbers. G.M. Ward and J.R. 

Rainforth. 1969. 

1395 Judging standards for horticultural shows. 1969. 

1396 Cheese. 1969. 

1397 Common and botanical names of weeds in Canada. 1969. 

1398 Damp grain. M. Feldman. 1969. 

1399 Outdoor salads. 1969. 

1400 Growing irrigated crops on the Canadian Prairies. S. Dubetz and 

D.B.Wilson. 1969. 

1401 Sheep raising in Canada. W.L.Allen. 1969. 

1 402 Apples. 1 970. Rev. 1 97I. 

1403 Establishing a farm in Canada. S.W.Garland. 1969. 

1404 Ventilation of livestock buildings. J.R. Ogilvie. 1969. 

1405 Licensed varieties of cultivated grasses and legumes. C.R. Elliott 

and J.L.Bolton. 1970. 

1406 Home preparation of juices, wines and cider. D.R. MacGregor, J. A. 

Ruck and J. F. Bowen. 1970. 

(Initially numbered 1275) 

1 407 Festive foods. 1 969. Rev. 1 971 , 1 972. 

1408 Gardening on permafrost. R.E.Harris. 1969. 

1409 Tables of daily degree-days above or below any base temperature. 

G. Daniel, V. Williams and K.H. MacKay. 1 970. 

1410 What you should know about coarse grains (barley, oats and rye). 

1970. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1411 Geraniums. 1970. 

1412 What you should know about seeds. 1970. 

1413 Prairie grasses identified and described by vegetative characters. 

K.F. Best, J. Looman and J.B. Campbell. 1 971 . 

1414 Pictures: cheese making. 1970. Rev. 1972. 

1415 Pictures: northern agriculture. 1970. 

1416 Pictures: tobacco in Canada. 1970. 

1417 Pictures: beef cattle. 1 970. Rev. 1 972. 

1 41 8 Pictures: dairy cattle. 1 970. Rev. 1 972. 

1 41 9 Pictures: sheep. 1 970. 

1 420 Pictures of swine. 1 966. Rev. 1 970. 

1421 Selecting, exhibiting and judging potatoes. E.H.Peters. 1970. 

1422 Pictures: horses. 1970. 

1423 Rogues and roguing cereal crops. 1970. 

1424 Processing qualities of apple varieties and selections. W.P. Mohr 

and R.G.Adair. 1970. 

1425 Management of the western range. R.W. Lodge and others. 1971. 

1426 Meat production potential of dairy steers and bulls. R.J. Forrest and 

E.E. Lister. 1970. 

1427 Fondue favorites. 1970. 

1428 Pork. 1970. 

1429 Pruning apple trees in eastern Canada. 1971. 

1 430 Published in French only 

1431 Hybrid seedling rootstocks for apple. L.P.S. Spangelo. 1971. 

1432 Management and feeding of young dairy animals. V.S. Logan and 

K.A. Winter. 1971. 

1433 What you should know about pollution on the farm. 1971. 

1434 Climate of the lower Peace River Region. A.C. Carder and B. 

Siemens. 1971. 

1435 Insect pests of legume and grass crops in western Canada. C.H. 

Craig. 1971. 

1436 Establishing superior lowbush blueberry fields. I. Hall, L. Aalders 

and L. Jackson. 1 971 . Rev. 1 972. 

1 437 Spoilage of farm-stored grain by molds, insects and mites in western 

Canada. R.N. Sinha. 1971. 

1438 Ergot of grains and grasses. W.L. Seaman. 1971. 

1439 Dairy husbandry in Canada. 1971. 

1440 Slough drainage and cropping. H.C. Korven and D.H. Heinrichs. 

1971. 

1441 The dairy goat in Canada. 1971. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1442 Swine production. 1971. 

1443 Let's barbecue. 1971. 

1444 Seeding grassland ranges in the interior of British Columbia. A. 

McLean and A.H. Bawtree. 1971. 

1445 Grass silage for ruminants. V.S. Logan and E.E. Lister. 1971. 

1446 Ticks affecting man and dogs in Canada. H.J.Smith. 1971. 

1447 Red raspberry cultivars for eastern Canada. D.L.Craig. 1971. 

1448 What you should know about oilseed crops. 1971. 

1449 Common diseases and ailments of sheeps. D.W.G. Macaskill. 

1971. 

1450 Minerals and vitamins for diary cattle. D.E. Waldern. 1971. 

1451 Confinement swine housing. J.E. TurnbullandN.A. Bird. 1971. 

1452 A bibliography of Canadian soil science. H.J.Atkinson. 1971. 

1453 Canada and FAO. 1971. 

1454 Easy to serve frozen casseroles. 1971. 

1455 The system of soil classification for Canada. 1970. 

1456 Beef production from the dairy herd. R.J. Forrest and E.E. Lister. 

1971. 

1457 An evaluation of ornamental greenhouse plants. J.H. Crossley and 

S. Arrowsmith. 1 972. Rev. 1 973. 

1458 A manual of assessment keys for plant diseases. C.James. 1971. 

1459 Glossary of terms in soil science. 1972. 

1460 Soilless culture of commercial greenhouse tomatoes. E.F. Maas 

andR.M. Adamson. 1971. 

1461 Snow and wind control for farmstead and feedlot. D.E. Darby. 

1971. 

1462 The saddle horse, n.d. 

1463 Seeding forest rangelands in British Columbia. A. McLean and A.H. 

Bawtree. 1971. 

1464 Combines operation and adjustment. O.H. Friesen. 1971. 

1465 Control of nematodes in flue-cured tobacco in Ontario. J.M. Elliot 

and C.F.Marks. 1972. 

1466 Farming potential of the Canadian Northwest. R.E. Harris and 

others. 1972. 

1467 What you should know about grain elevators. 1972. 

1 468 Growing buckwheat. ST. Ali-Khan. 1 972. 

1469 Integrated control of the greenhouse whitefly. R.J. McClanahan. 

1972. 

1470 Sainfoin for western Canada. M.R. Hanna and others. 1972. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 

1471 New fruits from Summerland, British Columbia, 1956-1970. K.O. 

Lapins and H. Schmid. 1972. 

1472 Hatchery sanitation. 1971. 

1473 Managing crested wheatgrass pastures. R.W. Lodge, S. Smoliak 

and A. Johnston. 1972. 

1474 Estimating costs of swine production. J. Lovering and D. MacMinn. 

1972. 

1475 Wild oat gene pool; a collection maintained by the Canada 

Department of Agriculture. B.R. Baum and others. 1972. 

1476 Fresh Canadian vegetables. 1972. 

1477 Lowbush blueberry production. I. V. Hall and others. 1972. 

1478 Home storage room for fruits and vegetables: construction and 

operation. F.R. Forsyth, C.L. Lockhart and C.A. Eaves. 1 972. 

1479 Tomato diseases. CD. McKeen. 1972. 

1480 Beef cattle performance selection in Canada. W.A. Davis and D.W. 

Ahner. 1972. 

1481 Sheep diseases in Canada. 1972. 

1482 Field sprayers. D.T. Anderson, D.E. Clark and J.J. Sexsmith. 1972. 

1483 Dairy dips and dressings. 1972. 

1484 Swine diseases. 1972. 

1485 Planning an anti-mosquito campaign. 1972. 

1486 What you should know about pollution and agriculture. 1972. 

1487 Growing soybeans. R.I. Buzzell, L.S. Donovan and J.E. Giesbrecht. 

1972. 

1488 Irrigation on the Prairies. H.C. Korven, W.E. Randall and A.D. 

Hutcheon. 1972. 

1489 Managing a small poultry flock. 1973. 

1490 Foam for frost protection of crops. D. Siminovitch and others. 

1972. 

1491 Paving on the farm. J. Pos. 1973. 

1492 Diseases and pests of potatoes. 1973. W.A. Hodgson, D.D. Pond 

and J. Munro. 1973. 

1 493 Growing field peas. ST. Ali-Khan and R.C. Zimmer. 1 972. 

1494 Beef production in the Atlantic Provinces. 1972. 

1 495 Alfalfa leafcutter bees for pollinating alfalfa in western Canada. G.A. 

Hobbs. 1973. 

1 496 Getting acquainted with the metric system, n.d. 

1497 Grain drying. O.H. Friesen. 1973. 

1498 Egg and egg products. 1973. 

1499 Blackflies. F.J.H. Fredeen. 1973. 



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Publication cont. 

No. 
1500 Guide to food grades. 1972. 

Technical bulletin 

Superseded by Publication. 

1 The effect of feeding deaminized versus untreated cod liver oils on 

growth, egg production and mortality of poultry. H.S. Gutteridge. 
1935. 

2 Hybridization of domestic cattle, bison and yak; report of the 

Wainwright experiment. A. Deakin, G.W. Muir and A.G. Smith. 
1935. ' 

3 Farmers' business organizations in Canada, 1935. A.E. Richards. 

1935. 

4 Taxation in rural Ontario. S.C.Hudson. 1936. 

5 Organic soils of southwestern Quebec. R.R. McKibbin and P.C. 

Stobbe. 1936. 

6 An analysis of swine progeny records; feeding and carcass data of 

hogs tested by the Dominion Experimental Farms under the 
Canadian advanced registry policy for swine. J.G. Stothart. 
1937. 

7 Peace-Athabaska weeds; a reconnaissance appraisal. H. Groh. 

1937. 

8 An economic study of potato production in New Brunswick. I.S. 

McArthur. 1937. 

9 Modern methods for testing a large number of varieties. C.H. 

Goulden. 1937. 

10 Apple thinning investigations, 1920 to 1935. R.C. Palmer and D.V. 

Fisher. 1937. 

11 Orchard soils of the Province of Quebec. P.C. Stobbe and R.R. 

McKibbin. 1937. 

1 2 The preservation of fruits and vegetables by freezing. R. W. Arengo- 

Jones. 1937. 

1 3 An economic analysis of creamery operations in Manitoba, Saskatch- 

ewan and Alberta. C. V. Parker. 1 938. 

14 An economic study of the consumption of milk and cream in certain 

urban and rural districts of Canada. W.C. Hopper and G.P. Boucher. 
1938. 

15 Physical and economic factors related to land use classification in 

southwest central Saskatchewan. 1 938. 

1 6 An economic study of land utilization in southern Alberta. G.H. Craig 

and J. Coke. 1938. 

17 Costs and returns in apple production, Rouville County, Quebec. A. 

Gosselin. 1938. 

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Technical bulletin cont. 

No. 

1 8 Principles and methods involved in dehydration of apples. C.C. Eidt. 

1938. 

19 A short guide to Canadian genera of seed plants. J.Adams. 1938. 

20 Soil survey of the lower Fraser Valley. C.C. Kelley and R.H. 

Spilsbury. 1939. 

21 Costs of distribution in the wholesale fruit and vegetable trade. W.F. 

Chownand A. H. Turner. 1940. 

22 An economic study of cheese consumption in certain urban and rural 

districts of Canada. G.P. Boucher and W.C. Hopper. 1 939. 

23 The wholesale marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in the city of 

Toronto. W.F. Chown and W.C. Hopper. 1 940. 

24 The marketing of perishable farm products in Ottawa. E.P. Reid, 

B. A. Campbell and W.C. Hopper. 1 940. 

25 An economic study of the consumption of milk and cream in 

Vancouver. C.I. Johnston and W.C. Hopper. 1940. 

26 The manufacture of icecream. A.H.White. 1940. Rev. 1946. 

27 Studies in forest pathology. III. Hypoxylon canker of poplar. J.E. 

Bier. 1940. 

28 Functional disorders of apples. C. A. Eaves and H. Hill. 1940. 

29 Prices and returns for Nova Scotia apples. A.E.Richards. 1940. 

30 Soil survey of the Fredericton-Gagetown area, New Brunswick. P.C. 

Stobbe. 1940. 

31 Foliage insects of spruce in Canada. A.W.A. Brown. 1941. 

32 Apple nutrition. M.B. Davis and H. Hill. 1941. 

33 Genetic analysis of Nicotiana triplex segregation products and their 

relationship to existing N. tabacum types. N.A. MacRae. 1941. 

34 Soil maintenance and pruning methods for peaches and apricots. 

R.C. Palmer, J.E. Britton and D.V. Fisher. 1 941 . 

35 Canadian creamery buttermaking. 1941. 

36 An economic classification of land in fifty-six municipal divisions, 

south central Saskatchewan. C.C. Spence and E.C. Hope. 1941. 

37 Physiological studies with the tobacco plant. G.M.Ward. 1942. 

38 Nicotine; a product of tobacco. G.M.Ward. 1941. 

39 Land use classification in the special areas of Alberta and in 

Rosenheim and Acadia Valley. A. Stewart and W.D. Porter. 
1942. 

40 Factors influencing ascorbic acid retention in apple juice. C.C. 

Strachan. 1942. 

41 Factors affecting the success of farm mortgage loans in western 

Canada. S.C.Hudson. 1942. 

42 Vitamin "A" in swine feeding. W.D. Albright and L.D. Fraser. 1942. 

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Technical bulletin cont. 

No. 

43 Foot and mouth disease. A.E.Cameron. 1942. 

44 An ecological and grazing capacity study of the native grass pastures 

in southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. S.E. Clarke, 
J. A. Campbell and J.B. Campbell. 1 942. 

45 Soil survey of Stanstead, Richmond, Sherbrooke and Compton 

counties in the Province of Quebec. D.B. Cann and P. Lajoie. 
1942. 

46 The effects of climate and grazing practices on short-grass prairie 

vegetation in southern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan. 
S.E. Clarke, E.W. Tisdale and N.A. Skoglund. 1 943. 

47 Soil survey of the Annapolis Valley fruit growing area. L.C. Harlow 

and G.B.Whiteside. 1943. 

48 Soil survey of the Woodstock area, New Brunswick. P.C. Stobbe and 

H.Aalund. 1944. 

49 Settlement problems in northwestern Quebec and northeastern 

Ontario. A. Gosselin andG.P. Boucher. 1944. 

50 The identification of certain native and naturalized grasses by their 

vegetative characters. S.E. Clarke, J. A. Campbell and W. 
Shevenek. 1944. 

51 Settlement problems in northern New Brunswick. A. Gosselin and 

G.P. Boucher. 1944. 

52 An economic study of land settlement in representative pioneer areas 

of northern Saskatchewan. R.A. StuttandH. Van Vliet. 1945. 

53 Genetics of some new type foxes. C.K. Gunn. 1945. 

54 The chemical composition of native forage plants of southern Alberta 

and Saskatchewan in relation to grazing practices. S.E. Clarke 
and E.W. Tisdale. 1945. 

55 Cattle ranching in western Canada. C.W. Vrooman. 1946. 

56 Studies in forest pathology. IV. Decay of Sitka spruce on the Queen 

Charlotte Islands. J.E. Bier, R.E. Foster and P.J. Salisbury. 
1946. 

57 Farm family living in the Prairie Provinces. F.M.Edwards. 1947. 

58 The effects of immaturity and artificial drying upon the quality of seed 

corn. F. Dimmock. 1947. 

59 Pioneer farming and municipal finance in the Sangudo-Winfield area 

of Alberta, 1 941 . B.K. Acton, and C.C. Spence. 1 947. 

60 A study of pioneer farming in the fringe areas of the Peace River, 

Alberta, 1 942. B.K. Acton and C.C. Spence. 1 947. 

61 Farming in the irrigation districts of Alberta. C.C. Spence, B.H. 

Kristjanson and J.L. Anderson. 1 947. 

62 A study of land settlement in the Prince George-Smithers area, British 

Columbia. W.J.Anderson. 1947. 



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Technical bulletin cont. 

No. 

63 Land settlement in northeastern Alberta, 1943. B.H. Kristjanson and 

C.C. Spence. 1947. 

64 Testing Swedish Landrace swine in Canada. E.B. Fraser and J.G. 

Stothart. 1947. 

65 Orchard soil management and apple nutrition in eastern Canada. 

M.B.Davis and H.Hill. 1948. 

66 Studies in forest pathology. V. Decay in fir, Abies lasiocarpa and A. 

amabilis, in the Upper Fraser region of British Columbia. J.E. Bier, 
P.J. Salisbury and R. A. Waldie. 1 948. 

67 Dairy farm business in Alberta, 1939 to 1943. H.L. Patterson. 

1949. 

68 Production of juices, their manufacture, chemical aspects and 

laboratory control. F.E. Atkinson and C.C. Strachan. 1 949. 

69 Changes in farm family living in three areas of the Prairie Provinces 

from 1942-43 to 1947. M.A. MacNaughton and M.E. Andal. With 
a supplement on distribution and use of family allowance 
payments in three areas of the Prairie Provinces, 1947. M.A. 
MacNaughton and J.M. Mann. 1 949. 

70 The siphonaptera of Canada. G.P.Holland. 1949. 

71 Soil moisture, wind erosion and fertility of some Canadian Prairie 

soils. J. L. Doughty and others. 1949. 

72 Not published 

73 Farm business in central Alberta, 1943-44. C.C. Spence. 1949. 

74 Mink ranching. C.K. Gunn. 1949. 

75 Small canneries. F.E. Atkinson and C.C. Strachan. 1950. 

76 The dairy farm business in Manitoba, 1 942-I947. H.L. Patterson and 

H.W.Trevor. 1949. 

77 Life insurance experience of Saskatchewan farmers. G. Haase. 

1950. 

Serials and Periodicals 

Agricultural gazette of Canada, v.1 -1 1 no.2, 1 91 4-Ap 1 924// 

Agricultural outlook, Canada. 19437-68// 

Issuing body varies: 1943-47, Agricultural Supplies Board. Title varies: 1943- 
44, Objectives for Canadian agriculture; 1945-48, Canadian agricultural 
program; 1949-63, The agricultural outlook for Canada. 
Absorbed by Farm letter. 

The Agricultural situation and outlook. 1 934-39/ / 

Title varies: 1934, The agricultural situation. 

Issued in cooperation with the Dept. of Trade and Commerce. 



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Serials and Periodicals cont. 



Annual poultry market review. 1 , 1 951 - 

Issuing body varies: 1951-52, Marketing Service; 1953-60, Markets Information 
Section; 1961- , jointly by the Poultry Division and the Markets Information Section. 
Title varies: 1951-60, Annual poultry products market review. 

Annual report. 1852/53- 

Title varies: 1852/53-1961, Report of the Minister of Agriculture. 

Annual report of the Minister under the Crop Insurance Act. 1961/ 
62?- 

Annual statistical report of work injuries. 1 968/69?- 

Associate Committee on Weeds, Eastern Division. Proceedings of 
the meeting. 1-4,1 935-38/ / ? 

Associate Committee on Weeds, Western Division. Proceedings of 
the meeting. 1-5, 1935-39//? 

Canada agriculture. 1, Summer 1 956- 

Title varies: v. 1-1 1 no. 1, 1956-66, Research for farmers. 
Text for v. 1 1 no. 2, 1 966- in English or French. 

Canadex; an information system of the Canada Department of 
Agriculture. 1969- 

Canadian Committee on Fruit and Vegetable Preservation. Report. 
1929-60// 

Name of committee varies: Fruit Products Research Committee; Fruit and 
Vegetable Products Research Committee. Title varies slightly. Superseded by 
Work Planning Committee on Fruit and Vegetable Preservation. Report. 

Canadian forage seeds project. 1 952-56/ / ? 

Club root and brown heart investigations conducted on the Dominion 
Experimental Farms. Progress report. 1 937-44// 

Prepared by the Central Committee for Investigations of Swede Turnip Disorders. 
Title varies slightly. 

Conference of Fruit Growers of the Dominion of Canada. Proceed- 
ings. 1-4,1890-1914// 

Name of conference varies: 1, Convention of Fruit Growers of the Dominion of 
Canada. 

Directory of farmer's organizations in Canada. Repertoire des 
organismes d'agriculteurs au Canada. 1 955- 

Issuing body varies: 1955-66, Economics Branch. Title varies: 1958-66, Directory 
of farmer's organizations and marketing boards in Canada. Repertoire des 
organismes d'agriculteurs et des offices de vente au Canada. 
Issued 1955-61, in separate French and English editions. 

Directory of personnel. 1957- 

Gleanings from garden notes. En glanant les notes de jardinage. 
1971- 

Lighter. Le briquet. 1, 1931- 

Issuing body varies: 1-29, 1931-59, Tobacco Division; 30-35, 1960-66, Research 
Branch. Vol. 1-35, 1931-66, in English only. 



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Serials and Periodicals cont 

Organization and activities. 1939- 

Title varies: 1939-52, Directory of organization and activities; 

1956, Directory of organization; 1959-61, Organization of the Department of 

Agriculture. 

Postdoctorate fellowships for research in the biological sciences, 
tenable in the laboratories of the Canada Dept. of Agriculture. 
1955/56-57/58// 

Issued in cooperation with the National Research Council of Canada. Continued by 
the council. 

Poultry market review. 1967- 

Published by the Poultry Division and the Markets Information Section. 

Prairie grains policy. 1971?- 

Issued in cooperation with the Canadian Wheat Board. 

Progress report of pasture investigations. 1 932-57/ / 

Issuing body varies: 1932-37, Experimental Farms Service: 1952-57, Central 
Pasture Committee. Title varies: 1932-33, Summary of pasture experiments on 
Dominion Experimental Farms in Eastern Canada; 1957, Progress report of 
pasture research. Reports for the Central Experimental Farm were also issued 
separately for 1932 and 1934. 

Proper use of pesticides program. Programme de bon usage des 
pesticides. I, I970- 

Publications for the home. 1964?- 

Title varies: 1 964, List of publications: homemaking, ornamental horticulture. 

Radio talk. 1-30, O 1934-Ap 1935; n.s.1-24, O 1935-Mr 1936; s.3. 
1-21, D1938-Ap 1939// 

Title varies: 1-n.s.24, Romance and dividends in agriculture. Talk. 

Regional Committee on Soil Drifting. Report of the meeting. 1-5, 
1935-43// 

Report on activities under the Prairie Farm Assistance Act. 1939/ 
40- 

Report on co-operative tests of wheat varieties. 1 932-47/ / 

Prepared by the Sub-Committee on Plant Breeding, Associate Committee on Field 
Crop Diseases. 

Report on research. 1 957/ / 

Supersedes Science service. Report of the Director, and Experimental Farms 
Service. Report of the Director. 

Report on the Agricultural Instruction Act. 1913/14-21/22// 

Soils and Fertilizer Committee. Report of the meeting. 1-15, 1 940?- 

54// 

Suggestion award programme; report. 1 95.-66/67/ / 

Title varies: 195.-61, Annual report of the Suggestion Award Committee: 1962/ 
63, Suggestion award winners: report. 

Summary of new laws and regulations affecting agriculture. 1934- 

35// 



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Serials and Periodicals cont 



Transportation and storage newsletter. 1 -42, 1 923-64/ / 
Title vanes. 1-34, 1923-56, Cold storage newsletter. 
Issuing body varies. 

Western Sheep Improvement Committee. Report. 1 945-51 / / 
Miscellaneous Publications 

ARDA; a program geared to problems, possibilities and progress in 
the development of natural resources and income and employment 
opportunities. 1963. 

ARDA; Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act; a rehabilita- 
tion program in the making. 1961. 

Activities of the Dominion Department of Agriculture in relation to the 
work of provincial departments. 1 935. 

The Agricultural gazette, its purpose and scope, n.d. 

Agricultural outlook. 1 938, 1 939. 

Agricultural periodicals published in Canada, 1836-1960. D.M. 
Duke. 1962. 

Agricultural reconstruction in Canada, a summary of recommenda- 
tions made to the Dominion and Provincial governments by various 
recontruction committees. W.Dickson. 1945. 

Agricultural research pays. 1 972. 

The agricultural situation; statement by Minister of Agriculture in 
House of Commons on estimates, April 27, 1 953. 1 953. 

Agricultural Stabilization Act; price support for the farmer. 1 961 . 

Agricultural war book; patriotism and production; more than usual. 
1915. 

Agriculture in Canada. W.Saunders. 1901. 

Beautifying the farm home grounds. R.W. Oliver and A.J. Logsdail. 
n.d. 

Beef raising in the Maritimes. 1 942, 1 952. 

The benefits of egg grading, and an explanation of clauses 8 and 9 of 
the egg regulations. 1930. 

Boys' and girls' calf clubs: members' handbook. 1936, 1945, 1946, 
1952. 

The Bretton Woods Conference; references available in the Main 
Library, Dept. of Agriculture. M.I. Dunbabin. n.d. 

The British market and the Canadian farmer. 1 938. 

Bulletin on typhoid fever in horses, improperly called influenza. D. 
McEachran. 1901. 

Canada, n.d. 

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Miscellaneous Publications cont 

Canada: a hand-book of information for the intending emigrants. 
1879. 

Canada: its extent, general resources, etc. Information for intending 
settlers. 1886. 

Canada: its history, productions and natural resources. 1 886, 1 900, 
1901,1905,1906. 

Canada Agriculture. Experimental Farm, Swift Current, Sask. 1 965. 

Canada Agriculture. Lethbridge. 1 971 . 

Canada Agriculture. Research Laboratory, Saskatoon, Saskatche- 
wan. 1958. 

Canada Agriculture. Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
1962. 

Canada Agriculture. Research Station, Fredericton, N.B. 1 961 . 

Canada Agriculture. Research Station, Vancouver, B.C. 1 960. 

Canada Agriculture. Ste-Foy. 1 971 . 

Canada Agriculture; speakers' kit. Portefeuille du conferencier . 
1970. Rev. 1971. 

Canada Agriculture. Vineland. 1 968. 

Canada's agricultural extension services; a field of provincial activity 
with federal participation. 1956. 

Canada's healthy livestock. 1948. 

Canada's national poultry program, featured in Canada's exhibit at 
four world congresses. 1933. 

Canada's national system of breeding and pedigreeing poultry for 
high production, n.d. 

Canada's new beef grading system. 1 972. 

Canada's new hog carcass valuation system. 1 968. Rev. 1 972. 

Canada's poultry industry. LaindustriaavicolaCanadiense. 1958. 

Canada's poultry industry. L'industrieavicoleau Canada. 1962. 

Canadian agriculture and the war. 1 941 . 

Canadian agriculture and World War II: a history of the wartime 
activities of the Canada Department of Agriculture and its wartime 
boards and agencies. F.H.Auld. 1953. 

Canadian agriculture is standing at the crossroads. G.S.H. Barton. 
1945. 

Canadian dairying. 1923. 

The Canadian Department of Agriculture; its development, organi- 
zation and activities. 1924. 

Canadian livestock showcase, Central Experiment Farm, Ot- 
tawa. Exposition permanente de bestiaux Canadiens. 1965. 
Rev. 1966?, 1967. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Canadian national poultry breeding programme. 1 938. 
Canadian poultry improvement program, n.d. 

Canadian seed potatoes in South American countries. A report. 

1938. 
Canadian Wheat Board, your grain marketing agency. 1 962. 
Carlton bromegrass. 1966. 
Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Ont. 1 962. 
Cereal grain; choice of variety could add dollars to your income, n.d. 
Cereal rusts and their importance in Western Canada. 1 955. 
Cereals. 1964. 
Cider making. 1937. 

The clover-seed midge (Cecidomyia leguminicola, Lintner). 1 886. 
Cobalt feeding to lambs. P.I. Myhr. 1 950. 

Committee on Extra-Mural Research Projects. Minutes of meeting. 
1955,1957. 

Committee Working on Milk Distribution. Progress report. 1 949. 

Composite report to the Minister of Agriculture concerning some 
values to be derived from the development of a national handicraft 
programme. D.H.Russell. 1941. 

Conference of the Associate Committee on Market Poultry, Ottawa, 
March 2, 1936. 1936. 

The construction and care of lawns. J.H. Boyce. Rev. 1950. 

The consumer's guide on how to buy graded foods. 1 935. 

Control of Newcastle disease. Lutte contre la maladie de Newcastle. 
1972. 

Cooperative seed elevator; specifications for all trades, n.d. 

Corrugated and solid fibreboard boxes for packing dressed and 
eviscerated poultry. 1 955. 

Couch grass eradication; quack, twitch or scutch grass, agropyron 
repens. E.S.Hopkins. 1935. 

Crop insurance; what federal act offers, advantages of crop 
insurance, some provincial rates and experience. 1962. Rev. 
1965. 

Crop rotation studies on White Fox soils, 1936-1957. K.E. Bowren 
and H.E.Wilson. 1959. 

Crude rubber from Kok-saghyz. 1943. 

Dairy research in Canada. A report to the Deputy Minister of 
Agriculture by a special departmental committee. 1 950. 

Destructive Insect and Pest Act Advisory Board. Special meeting. 
1 953 and supplement. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Digest of certain restrictive regulations. 1 956. (Poster) 

Directory of insect physiologists. 1 956. 

Diseases of peas and their control. C. Perrault. 1941. 

Distribution of Saunders wheat. 1 947. 

Dominion aid to agricultural instruction in Canada; a review of the 
work performed by the Provinces with the moneys granted under 
the Agricultural Instruction Act during the five-year period, 1913- 
1917. 1917. 

Dominion Experimental Farms; a guide to the experimental farms 
and stations. FT. Shutt. 1912. 

The Dominion Experimental Farms - a review, 1886-1912. J.B. 
Spencer. 1913. 

The Dominion Experimental Farms; a system of experimental 
stations operated by the Federal Government which investigates 
agricultural problems and is capable of giving continuous service 
to Canadian farmers. 1 924, 1 933, 1 939, 1 947. 

Dominion experimental farms founded fifty years ago; their origin and 
development. F.James, n.d. 

The Dominion of Canada. 1903. 

Dominion of Canada; a guide book containing information for 
intending settlers. 1 886. 

Dominion swine policy - Conference to consider payment of ten per 
cent premium and allied subjects, April 22-23, 1 927. 1 927. 

Don't guess, buy by grade; a reminder from the Canada Department 
of Agriculture Royal Winter Fair exhibit. 1 958. 

Dosage schedules - methyl bromide fumigations. 1 953. 

Double-working - a method of building hardier apple trees. D.S. 
Blair. 1937. 

An economic analysis of cheese factory operations in Ontario. 1 933. 

An economic analysis of cheese factory operations in Quebec. 
1933. 

An economic analysis of creamery operations in New Brunswick. 
1934. 

Eggs, poultry, n.d. 

Employees' handbook, n.d. 

Entomological Laboratory,, Biological Control Investigations, 
Belleville. 1956. 

Essentials in broiler production, n.d. 

Experimental Farm, Agassiz, B.C. 1 962. 

Experimental Farm, Brandon, Manitoba. 1 962. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Experimental Farm, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, 1909- 
1 959, 50th anniversary. 1 959. 

Experimental Farm, Indian Head, Sask. 1 962. 

Experimental Farm, Nappan, N.S. 1 962. 

Experimental Farms Service, Canada Department of Agriculture. 
1954. 

Exports of farm products, 1 929-1 942. n.d. 

Extracts relating to licensing from the Fruit, Vegetables and Honey 
Act and Regulations thereunder (as rev. November 1, 1947). 
1947. 

FAO silver anniversary. 1970. 

Fallout on the farm. 1961. Rev. 1967. 

Farm homes beautiful (eastern Canada). R.W.Oliver. 1948. 

Farm weeds of Canada. G . H. Clark and J. Fletcher. 1 906. Rev. 1 909. 

Farming in Canada. 1950. 

Federal agricultural policy; a summary of national policies and 
achivements in agriculture, 1 957-1 960. 1 961 . 

Federal assistance to class A exhibitions and winter and spring 
shows, n.d. 

Federal assistance to class B fairs. 1 938. 

The feeding value of western Canadian barley for bacon hogs; an 
interim report of the National Barley Committee. 1 938. 

Fertility of chernozemic soils, Lethbridge. 1 966. 

Fertilizer and crop studies in the Pemberton Valley of British 
Columbia, 1 932-1 956. R.M. Hall. 1 959. 

50 years; Canada agriculture, Experimental Farm, Morden, Man. 
1965. 

The fish and game attractions of the Dominion of Canada. 1 904. 

Fodder and pasture plants. G.H. Clark and M.O. Malte. 1913. 

Foot and mouth disease. Directive to residents of quarantine area. 
1952. 

From PFRA come trees for prairie farms. 1 967. 

Frozen fruits and vegetables. 1948. 

Prepared by the Fruit and Vegetable Products Research Committee. 

Fruit culture showing the progress of the fruit industry in Canada. R. 
Hamilton. 1904. 

Fruit growing in Canada. W. Saunders and A. Dupuis. 1901. Rev. 
1902. 

Fur farming conference. May 27, 28, 1 937. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Garden pools and bog gardens. R.W.Oliver, n.d. 

A general review of plant protection organization in Canada. D.C. 
McKeen and B.M. McGugan. 1 957. 

Genetics in the development of disease resistant oat varieties. 

1958. 
The good and the bad in market poultry, n.d. 
Graded chicks. 1939. 

Grain screenings. J.R. Dymond, E.S. Archibald and F.C. Elford. 
1915. 

Grasshopper forecast 1968. P.W. Riegert and others. 1967. 

Growth of the co-operative movement at St. Anselme, a Quebec rural 

parish. L'essor du mouvement co-operatif de St. Anselme. R. 

Perreault. 1957. 

A guide book containing information for intending settlers. 8th ed. 
1887. 

Guide map of Experimental Farm and Science Service Laboratories, 
Fredericton, New Brunswick. 1 958. 

Guide to the chemicals used in crop protection. H. Martin and J.R.W. 
Miles. 1 952, 2nd ed. 1 953, Suppl 1 955, 3rd ed. 1 957, Suppl 1 958. 

Guide to the Experimental Station, Scott, Sask. n.d. 

Handbook of specifications.. .egg case. 1 961 . 

Handling apples and pears from grower to retailer. 1 967. 

Handling potatoes from grower to retailer. 1 966. 

Harnessing the South Saskatchewan. 1 961 . 

Heads of agreement for the purchase of Canadian beef, 1947. 
1947. 

History of wheat in Canada. 1955. 

Hop growing in British Columbia. J.J.Woods, n.d. 

How much do you sow per acre? E.S.Hopkins. 1935. 

How to care for milking machines and rubberware. 1 959? 

How to serve cheese. 1938. 

The improvement of beef. 1956. 

Index to directory of personnel. 1 957. 

Information on agriculture in Newfoundland. 1 949. 

Inquiry into fruit growing conditions in the Dominion of Canada; being 
the conclusions reached after a personal investigation. W.H. 
Bunting. 1912. 

Insecticides used in pest control. 1 955. 

The international situation; an agricultural background report. 1 947. 

Johnson's graphic statistics. G.Johnson. 1887. 



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Laboratory animal cages. C.W.Mcintosh. 1941. 

The Lacombe breed; a bacon type hog developed by the Canada 
Department of Agriculture. 1957. 

Late blight of potatoes: how to control it. 1 959. 

Less wheat in 1 941 will help win the war. 1 941 . 

Lilies for Canadian gardens. I.Preston. 1945. 

List of available grower bulletins at Experimental Farm, Entomology 
Laboratory and Plant Pathology Laboratory.. .Summerland, B.C. 
1956. 

Lists of publications, 1 887-1 955. n.d. 

Making the most of beans. 1938. 

Manitoba and North West Territories; letters by James Trow, together 
with information relative to acquiring Dominion lands, cost of outfit, 
etc. 1878. 

Market cattle testing for brucellosis in Canada. 1 963. 

Memorandum on agricultural cooperative associations in Canada 
including a summary of governmental assistance. 1 935. 

Memorandum on cholera adopted at a medical conference held in the 
Bureau of Agriculture, in March, 1 866. 1 866. Rev. 1 873. 

Memorandum on history of British cattle. 1 909. 

A memorandum on the Sirois report re reference to the Dominion 
Experimental Farms, n.d. 

Milk ring testing for brucellosis in Canada. 1 965. 

Minutes of a conference of deputy ministers and officials of the 
Dominion and provinces of Canada. 1 91 7. 

Modern methods of breeding swine in Denmark. J.G. Lefebvre. 
1953. 

New crop varieties. 1972. 

New facilties for plant pathology research. 1 958. 

New hog valuation system. Nouveau systeme devaluation des 
pores. 1 968. 

New rust resistant wheat and oat varieties. L.H. Newman. 1 939. 

Notes on systemic insecticides. H. Martin and B.N. Smallman. n.d. 

Notes to authors. 1957. 

Official straw standards, n.d. 

Oil strike on western farms: housewives, livestock producers, 
sunflower seed growers to benefit. 1 946. 

Orchard pollination studies in the Annapolis Valley; preliminary 
survey. 1928. 

Prepared by the Committee on Pollination Investigations, W.H. Brittain in charge. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



The organization, achievements and present work of the experimen- 
tal farms. 1924. 

Organization and activities of the Cereal Division, Central Experimen- 
tal Farm. 1950. 

Ornamental trees, shrubs and woody climbers. G.C.Warren, n.d. 

Our food costs. 1959. 

PFAA Prairie Farm Assistance Act; an aid to farmers in the event of 
serious crop losses. 1961. 

P.F.R. A., a record of achievement. Wm. Dickson. 1943. 

PFRA water development program. 1 961 . 

Pastures; questions and answers, n.d. 

Patriotism and production "more than usual"; agricultural war book. 
1915. 

The pear psylla in British Columbia. 1 962. 

A plan to reduce wheat acreage and make more money available for 
necessary war supplies. 1941. 

Plant movement regulations. 1967. 

Plastic crop shelters and greenhouses, n.d. 

Points of interest to management and production men in the canning 
industry. C.H. Kenney, M.B. Davis and W.R. Phillips. 1 953. 
Issued by the Fruit and Vegetable Products Research Committee. 

Pork. How to buy- how to cook. 1956? 

Pork cuts. Pore. 1972. 

The potato situation in eastern Canada. 1 935. 

Potato tuber diseases. 1 958. (Poster) 

Potato wart quarantine in Newfoundland. 1 962. 

Potatoes for livestock. 1 948. 

Poultry culling in New Brunswick. F.L. Wood and W. Kerr. 1929. 

Poultry products for many uses. 1 955. 

Poultry research in progress in Canada; a supplement to the report of 
the Conference of the Associate Committee on Marketing Poultry. 
1937. 

Prairie Grain Advance Payments Act; a non-profit policy to provide 
cash advances to farmers on farm-stored grain. 1 961 . 

Prairie resources and PFRA. 1969. 

Proceedings of a Conference on Dressed Poultry. 1 935. 

Processes for making maple products. 1 936. 

Producing beef on the farm; an analysis of light weight beef 

production in southwestern Ontario. P.E. Sylvestre. 1942. 
Production and thrift. Agricultural war book. 1 91 6. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Production goals, 1 943. 1 943. 

The production of sugar beets in southwestern Ontario; an economic 
study. I.S. McArthur. 1941. 

Prospects for export of tender fruits. J.W.Robertson. 1899. 

Province of Manitoba and North-West Territory of the Dominion of 
Canada. Information for emigrants. 1 878. 

Pruning apple trees in eastern Canada. 1 967. 

Pruning tree fruits and small fruits. D.V.Fisher. 1957. 

Publications of the Canada Dept. of Agriculture 1867-1959. E.S.G. 
Minter. 1963. 

Pulp wood of Canada. G. Johnson. The forest wealth of Canada. 
J.M. Macoun. 1904. 

Rates of seeding in eastern Canada. E.S. Hopkins and P.O. Ripley, 
n.d. 

Recommendations approved by the P.F.R.A. Advisory Committee on 
Land Utilization at a meeting held in Regina. Saskatchewan, 
February 26, 27, 28, 1 945. n.d. 

Recommended storage temperature and relative humidity and the 
average freezing temperature of fruits and vegetables, n.d. 

Records of frog-bit in Canada. W.G. Dore. 1968. 

Reference tables for spacing of flight lines, determining amount of 
photographs involved and comparing scales of multi-camera 
systems. 1972. 

References for the food conference, Hot Springs. 1 943. 

Regulations governing extra-mural research projects. 1 956. 

Report of grading of purebred rams in Ontario. 1 937. 

Report of panel on chemical analysis. 1 954. 

Prepared by the Central Pasture Committee. 

Report of six years experience of a farmer in the Red Deer District. 
LGaetz. 1890. 

Report of the Canadian delegation on the U.S.S.R. Agricultural 
Exhibition in Moscow, Aug. 1-15,1 954. 1 954. 

Report of the reconnaissance soil survey, municipality of Armstrong, 
Manitoba. J.H. Ellis, J. A. Hobbs and J.M. Parker. 1 939. 

A report on an investigation into some of the possibilities of the 
recovery and utilization of the fibre from the straw of flax grown for 
seed production purposes on the Canadian Prairies. J.H. 
Grisdale. 1920. 

Report on Canadian agricultural participation in technical assistance 
programmes to under-developed countries, June 1951 to Decem- 
ber 1954. 1955. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont 



Report on Canadian flax industries. J.Lowe. 1894. 

Report on rural relief due to drought conditions and crop failures in 
western Canada, 1 930-1 937. 1 939. 

Report on the desirability of establishing throughout the dominion a 
complete system of meat chilling, packing and exporting. 1 909. 

Report on the forest wealth of Canada. 1 895. 

Report on the participation of the Canada Department of Agriculture 
and associated organizations in technical assistance programmes 
to underdeveloped countries, June 1951 to December 1957. 
1958. 

Reports of the first conference of the Food and Agriculture 
Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, held at Quebec City, 
October 1 6-November 1 , 1 945. W.C. Hopper, n.d. 

Review of literature on methods and techniques employed in pasture 
research. F.S. Nowosad and others. 1953. 

A review of the status and possibilities of flax production and 
manipulation in Canada. J. A. McCracken. 1916. 

Review statement outlining the work and recommendations of the 
Provincial Inter-departmental Committee on Canadian Hand Arts 
and Crafts, January 1942 to January 1944. D.H.Russell, n.d. 

Root systems of certain forage crops in relation to the management 
of agricultural soils. T. Pavlychenko. 1 942. 

The safe handling of commercial livestock; a producer to consumer 
campaign. 1924. 

Safety manual. 1968. 

Suppl. A safety guide for supervisors. 1971. 

Sainfoin. M.R. Hanna, and others. 1970. 

St. Mary irrigation project, PFRA. 1 963. 

The scheduling of cattle in England; the Canadian case; also reports 
and precis of reports of all cases of animal diseases reported to the 
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, from 1880 to 1893, during the 
existence of cattle quarantines. 1 894. 

Scientists release parasites to kill spruce budworm. 1 946. 

The services of the Dominion Department of Agriculture. 1 935. 

Sheep in the Maritime Provinces. 1 957. 

Sheep in the Maritimes; a handbook for sheep club members. 1 941 , 
1944,1948. 

Should we grow certified potatoes? J.Tucker. 1931. 

Soil survey of Prince Edward Island. 2d ed. G.B.Whiteside. 1965. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Soil survey of the experimental station and substations of the Canada 
Department of Agriculture in Saskatchewan. J.S. Clayton and 
J.G.Ellis. 1952/ 

Soils of the Upper Mackenzie River area, Northwest Territories. J.H. 
Day. 1968. 

Southern corn leaf blight. L'helminthosporiose du maTs. 1970. Rev. 
1972. 

Special Barley Committee. Report. 1 936. 

Statement by Right Honourable James G. Gardiner re new contract 
prices, British food contracts. 1 948. 

Stem cracking and dry rot of celery. R.O. Lachance. 1941. 

Storage of fruits and vegetables. 1 954. 

Issued by the Fruit and Vegetable Products Research Committee. 

Studies on non-washing of butter. A.H. White and R.R. Riel. 1955. 

Sub-committee on Plant Introduction and Sources of Breeding 
Material. Report. 1954. 

Summerland Experimental Station. Summarized report, 1929- 
40. Fruit and Vegetable Products Laboratory: Results of experi- 
ments, 1 929-40. F.E. Atkinson and C.C. Strachan. 1 942. 

Summary of new laws and regulations affecting agriculture passed at 
the 1 934 session of Parliament. 1 934-35. 

Summary of proceedings of the All-Canadian Agricultural Confer- 
ence, held in the office of the Minister of Agriculture for Canada, 
March 11th and 12th, 1930. n.d. 

Summer vegetables. 1962. 

The suppression of two insects affecting troops. Rev. ed. 1 917. 

Swine husbandry in the United Kingdom and Denmark; report of The 
Canadian Commission, 1 909. 1910. 

Symposium on birch dieback, held in Ottawa, March 21, 22, 1952. 
1952. 

Tillage research for Saskatchewan. 1 948. 

Too much fat on too many pigs. 1954. 

Tour notes; Ottawa visit of the Montreal Section, Canadian Food 
Technologists Association, Nov. 14, 1953, Central Experimental 
Farm, Ottawa. 1953. 

Travelling regulations and instructions. 1 939. 

Tree fruit growing in the interior of British Columbia. D.V. Fisher and 
others. 1962. 

Tree fruits of the Okanagan Valley. A.J. Mann and F.W.L. Keane. 
1956. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont 

Trends towards pest management and their economic implications. 

G. Mathys. 1972. 
The U.S.S.R. agricultural exhibition, Moscow; a report by the 
delegation from the Canada Department of Agriculture. 1 954. 

The visit of the tenant-farmer delegates to Canada in 1890. Reports 
on the agricultural resources of Canada. 1 891 . 

Vitamin B now a plus health value in flour and bread. 1 944. 

Water development under the Prairie farm rehabilitation program. 

1962. 
Ways of using fish. 1938. 

What farmers say of their personal experience in the Canadian North- 
west. 1883. 

What you need to know about wool. 1 953. 

Wild rice. 1959. 

Women of Canada; their life and work, 1 901 . 1 901 . 

Wool, the warp and woof of Canadian life. 1 953. 

Work Planning Meeting on Organic Soils. Ottawa, 1968. Condensed 
report. 1968. 

Work Planning Meeting on Soil Drifting, Melfort, Sask., 1 969. 1 969. 



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SECTION II: PUBLICATIONS OF SERVICES, BRANCHES, 
DIVISIONS AND OTHER SECTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT 

Agricultural Food Board 

Agricultural Food Board activities in relation to the dairy industry. 
Address to Dairy Farmers of Canada at Quebec, January 25, 1 944. 
A.E.Richards. 1944. 

Report. 1944/45-45/46// 

Wartime activities of Agricultural Food Board, n.d. 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Administration 

Transferred to the Department of Forestry in March, 1964. 

ARDA newsletter, v.l, no.1-3, 1963// 

Some implications of socio-economic research, with special 
reference to ARDA. D. Dyck. 1 962. 

Agricultural Stabilization Board 

Name varies: 19. .-1957, Agricultural Prices Support Board. 

Notes on use of agricultural index numbers and other agricultural 
statistics issued by Dominion Bureau of Statistics, n.d. 

Report. 1944/45?- 

Agricultural Supplies Board 

Numbered series. 

Leaflet. 

1 Eggs for Britain. 1941. 

2 Britain wants eggs. 1941. 

3 More eggs for Britain. 1941. 

4 Eggs for Britain. 1941. 

5 Egg contracts with Britain. 1941. 

6 Higher prices to be paid for eggs for Britain; grade "A" only to benefit. 

1941. 



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Wartime production series. Special pamphlet. 

1 Flaxseed. 1940. 

2 Bees; spring management. C.B. Gooderham. 1940. 

3 Package bees. C.B. Gooderham. 1940. 

4 Chicks; brooding and rearing. 1 940. 

5 The feeding of swine. G.B. Rothwell and W.G. Dunsmore. Rev. by 

E.B. Fraserand G.W. Muir. 1940. 

6 Soybeans. T.M.Stevenson. 1940. 

7 Producing pure milk. 1940. 

8 Fibre flax production in Canada. 1 940. 

9 Sudan grass. R.M. MacVicar. 1940. 

10 Harvesting and threshing the seed crop of brome grass and crested 

wheat grass in the Prairie Provinces. W.J. White and W.H. Horner. 
1940. 

1 1 The hexagonal pig brooder house. 1 940. 

12 Millet. 1940. 

1 3 Control of the sheep ked. G. A. Mail. 1 940. 

14 Control of insects in stored grain. H.E.Gray. 1940. 

15 Pasture improvement for cheaper production (Eastern Canada). 

P.O. Ripley and others. 1 940. 

16 Control of horse bots and cattle warbles. G. A. Mail. 1940. 

1 7 Care of the fleece. A. A. MacMillan and J.B. Smith. 1 940. 

18 Canadian fleece wool. A.A. MacMillan and J.B. Smith. 1940. 

19 Modern machinery for harvesting and processing fibre flax. R.J. 

Hutchinson. 1940. 

20 The use of annual forages. F.S. Nowosad and L.H. Newman. 1940. 

21 Coarse grain crops for Eastern Canada. 1940. 

22 Hybrid corn. 1940. 

Suppl: Corn hybrids recommended for production in Ontario. 1 945. 

23 Field corn; varieties and hybrids suitable for eastern Canada. T.M. 

Stevenson, J. M. Armstrong and C. Sweet. 1 940. 

24 Diseases of swede turnips. R.R. Hurst. 1940. 

25 Fertilizers for various crops. L.E. Wright and others. 1940. 

26 The effective use of farm labour and equipment in eastern Canada. 

J.M. Armstrong and E.C. Bain. 1 940. 

27 Farmyard manure. P.O. Ripley and L.E. Wright. 1940. 

28 Weed control in the Prairie Provinces. J. Cameron. 1 940. 

29 Good seed of cereals and its significance. 1 940. 

30 Weed control in eastern Canada and British Columbia. G. Knowles. 

1940. 

31 Mastitis and milk production. 1940. 



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Wartime production series. Special pamphlet cont. 

No. 

32 Legume inoculation. 1940. 

33 Control of rats and mice. A. Gibson and C.R. Twinn. 1940. 

34 Prevention of common losses in young pigs. 1 940. 

35 White scour in calves. 1940. 

36 Control of grasshoppers in the Prairie Provinces. R.D. Bird, H.L. 

Seamans and K.M. King. 1940. 

37 Wireworm control in western grain fields. K.M. King and others. 

1940. 

38 Health protection of Canadian farm animals. 1940. 

39 Control of white grubs. G.H.Hammond. 1940. 

40 Potato culture. T.F. Ritchie and others. 1940. 

41 Grow healthy chicks. C.H. Weaver. 1940. 

42 Tomato culture. T.F. Ritchie and others. 1940. 

43 Certified seed potatoes; regulations governing their production. L.S. 

McLaine and J.Tucker. 1940. 

44 The prevention of losses in sheep flocks. 1 940. 

45 Control of insects and diseases in vegetable gardens. 1940. 

46 Control of grain mites. H.E.Gray. 1941. 

47 Control of common warehouse insect pests. H.E.Gray. 1941. 

48 The carcass grading of hogs. 1941. 

49 Composts as a source of humus; utilization of farm and garden 

vegetable waste, peat and muck. 1 941 . 

50 Success in dairy farming. 1941. 

51 Control of certain parasitic worms in sheep; the prevention and 

control of nodular disease and parasites of the stomach and 
intestines of sheep by phenothiazine compound tablet. W.E. 
Swales. 1941. 

52 Hop growing. A. E. Barrett and others. 1941. 

53 White clover in Canada. 1941. 

54 The milking machine. 1941. 

55 Dodder. 1941. 

56 Pasture improvement for cheaper production (Prairie Provinces). 

S.E.Clarke. 1941. 

57 Conservation of egg quality. F.N. Marcellus. 1941. 

58 Cooling milk on the farm. C.K.Johns. 1941. 

59 Control of wheat stem sawfly in the Prairie Provinces. 1941. 

60 Wheat as a feed for livestock. 1941. 

61 Alfalfa for hay, silage and pasture. J.M. Armstrong, F.S. Nowosad 

and P.O. Ripley. 1942. 

62 Barley in the Prairie Provinces. 1942. 



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Wartime production series. Special pamphlet cont. 

No. 

63 The efficient brooding of chicks. 1942. 

64 The range rearing of chicks. 1942. 

65 Canada urgently needs more wool. 1942. 

66 Making grass and legume silage without preservatives. P.O. Ripley. 

1942. 

67 Prevention of disease in sheep, including control of internal and 

external parasites. 1942. 

68 Production and marketing of wool. 1 942. 

69 Sunflower production for grain. W.J. White and E.D. Putt. 1943. 

70 Control of cattle warbles or heel flies. 1943. 

71 Breeding, feeding and housing of sheep. 1943. 

72 Seeding machinery maintenance. 1943. 

73 Engine lubrication. 1943. 

74 Combine-harvester maintenance and operation. 1943. 

75 The wartime garden. 1943. 

76 Whey as a feed for hogs. A. BelzileandE.B. Fraser. 1943. 

77 Portable grain elevators for farm use. H.J.Kemp. 1943. 

78 One-way disk maintenance and operation. 1943. 

79 Field cultivator maintenance and operation. 1943. 

80 Feeding dairy cattle. G. Muir. 1943. 

81 High quality alfalfa hay for meal production. 1944. 

82 Seed treatment for small grain crops. 1945. 

Serials and periodicals 

Dominion-Provincial Conference on Canada's agricultural programs. 
Report. 1939-46// 

Name of conference varies: 1939, Conference of Federal and Provincial 
representatives re food supplies; 1 940-4 1 , Conference of Dominion-Provincial 
representatives. 

Progress report, no. 1 -30, 1 939-44/ / 

No. 29 not published. 

Report. 1939/40-45/46// 

Title varies: 1 939/40-42/43, Summary of activities. 

Miscellaneous publications 

Bacterial ringrot; a serious menace to the potato industry. 1940. 
(Poster) 

The Canadian farmer's wartime task. 1 942. 

Eggs and poultry, 1 943. Production goals and British contract. 1 943. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont 

Estimates of expenditures, 1 944-1 948. 1 948. 

Feed problems confronting Canadian farmers. 1 943. 

General statement to the farmers of Canada, based on understand- 
ings reached at the Dominion-Provincial conference held at 
Ottawa, July 1 8-20, 1 940. 1 940. 

Home vegetable gardening and home canning of vegetables in 
wartime. 1941. 

Limestone must replace oyster shell in poultry feeding. 1 943. 

Minutes, Sept. 1 6, 1 939 to Oct. 1 6, 1 946. 1 946. 

Order fertilizers now and take delivery immediately. 1 945. 

Production of vegetables in wartime gardens. 1 944. 

Wartime activities of Agricultural Supplies Board. 1 947. 

Agriculturists' Division. 

Report. 1-23,1890-1912// 

Agrometeorology Section 

Name varies: 1962-65, Agro-meteorological Section. 

Numbered series. 

Miscellaneous bulletin. 

1 Organization, function and progress report of the Agrometeorology 

Section, 1967-1969. 1969. ' 

2 Organization, function and progress report of the Agrometeorology 

Section, 1970-71. 1972. 

Technical bulletin. 

1 Selected Canadian contributions to agrometeorology and allied 

fields; prepared for the occasion of World Meteorological Organi- 
zation, third session of the Commission for Agricultural Meteorol- 
ogy, Toronto, July 9-27, 1 962. 1 962. 

2 Carbon dioxide flux in nature. R.M. Holmes and H.W. Carson. 

1964. 

3 A summary of literature pertaining to latent evaporation and its 

application to soil moisture estimation and irrigation scheduling. 
G.W.Robertson. 1964. 



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Technical bulletin cont. 

No. 

4 The measurement of light energy for photochemical processes in 

plants. G.W.Robertson. 1964. 

5 The interrelationship of meteorological factors, soil moisture and 

plant growth; a review presented to Symposium on water and 
climate, Saskatoon, 1 964. W. Baier. 1 964. 

6 Published in French only. 

7 A new versatile soil moisture budget. W. Baier and G.W. Robertson. 

1965. 

8 Organization, function and 1 963-66 progress report of the Agromete- 

orology Section. 1966. 

9 Report on the measurement of latent evaporation at Canada 

Department of Agriculture establishments. G.D.V. Williams. 
1966. 

10 Research activities in agrometeorology and applied fields, 1962- 

1966. S.N. Edey. 1967. 

11 A program to estimate normals of temperature and related 

agroclimatic elements for locations on the Canadian great plains. 
G.D.V. Williams and W.R. Sharp. 1 967. 

12 Vapor pressure deficit, relative humidity and dew point temperature 

conversion tables. G.D.V. Williams and R. Leger. 1967. 

13 Problems to be anticipated when processing meteorological branch 

type 4 format. D.A. Russelo. 1967. 

1 4 Astrometeorological estimator for estimating time when sun is at any 

elevation. G.W. Robertson and D.A. Russelo. n.d. 

15 Climatic normals and deviations and freeze probabilities at the 

Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. S.N. Edey, G.D.V. Williams 
and G.W. Robertson. 1 968. 

1 6 Some recommendations on standard limits and formats for presenta- 

tion of agroclimatic analyses. D.M. Brown, G.A. McKay and 
G.D.V. Williams. 1967. 

17-58,61-77 Risk of analysis of weekly climatic data for agricultural and 
irrigation planning (at the following locations). M.C. Coligado, W. 
Baier and W.K. Sly. 1968-69. 

17 Charlottetown, P.E.I. 

18 Summerside, P.E.I. 

19 Kentville, N.S. 

20 Nappan, N.S. 

21 Bathurst, N.B. 

22 Fredericton, N.B. 

23 Moncton,N.B. 

24 St. John, N.B. 



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Technical bulletin cont. 

No. 

25-26 Published in French only. 

27 Lennoxville, Quebec. 

28 Belleville, Ont. 

29 Delhi, Ont. 

30 Harrow, Ont. 

31 Kapuskasing, Ont. 

32 Ottawa, Ont. 

33 Vineland Station, Ont. 

34 Brandon, Man. 

35 Morden, Man. 

36 Winnipeg, Man. 

37 Indian Head, Sask. 

38 Melfort, Sask. 

39 Outlook, Sask. 

40 Regina, Sask. 

41 Saskatoon, Sask. 

42 Scott, Sask. 

43 Swift Current, Sask. 

44 Beaverlodge, Alta. 

45 Edmonton, Alta. 

46 Fort Vermillion, Alta. 

47 Hanna, Alta. 

48 Lacombe, Alta. 

49 Lethbridge, Alta. 

50 Manyberries, Alta. 

51 Medicine Hat, Alta. 

52 Agassiz, B.C. 

53 Creston, B.C. 

54 Kamloops, B.C. 

55 Prince George, B.C. 

56 Saanichton, B.C. 

57 Summerland, B.C. 

58 Fort Simpson, N.W.T. 

59 A computer program for estimating risks of irrigation requirements for 

climatic data. W. BaierandD.A. Russelo. 1968. 

60 Freezing temperature risk calculations: systems analysis and 

computer program. G.W. Robertson and D.A. Russelo. 1 968. 

61 St. John's, Nfld. 



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Technical bulletin cont. 

No. 

62-63Published in French only. 

64 Armstrong, Ont. 

65 Fort Francis, Ont. 

66 Guelph, Ont. 

67 North Bay, Ont. 

68 White River, Ont. 

69 The Pas, Man. 

70 Kamsack, Sask. 

71 St. Walburg, Sask. 

72 Calgary, Alta. 

73 Campsie, Alta. 

74 High Prairie, Alta. 

75 Fort St. John Baldonnel, B.C. 

76 Princeton, B.C. 

77 Wistaria, B.C. 

78 Soil moisture estimator program system. G.D.V. Williams and W.R. 

Sharp. 1972. 

79 Estimation of probable dates of temperatures near freezing from 

monthly temperature normals, station elevating and astronomical 
data. W.K. Sly, G.W. Robertson and M.C. Sharp. 1 972. 

80 Computer mapping in agrometeorology. G.D.V. Williams and W.R. 

Sharp. 1972. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Daily meteorological observations. 1 952- 

Issuing body varies: 1952-59, Field Husbandry, Soils and Agricultural Engineering 
Division. 

Selected Canadian agrometeorological publications, no. 1 , 1 966- 
Weather report for the week ending... n.d. 
Weather summary and comparative data. 1 9.. 

Issuing body varies: 19. .-1952, Field Husbandry Division; 1953-59, Field 
Husbandry, Soils and Agricultural Engineering Division. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Climatic summary, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Canada. 
1962. 

Prairie summerfallow moisture report to end of March 1 963. 1 963. 

Proceedings: Work planning meeting. 1 971 . 



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Analytical Chemistry Research Service 

Contribution. 1, 1959- 
Research report. 1 959/66- 

Analytical Services Section. 

Name of section varies: 19..-Ap 1959, Laboratory Services; My 1959-Je 

1965, Laboratory Section. 

Manual of analytical methods. 1 956?- 
News letter. 1,1951?- 

Animal and Poultry Science Division. 

Formed by the merging of the Poultry Division and the Animal Husbandry 

Division. 

Progress report. 1955/59// 

Animal Husbandry Division 

Merged with the Poultry Division to form the Animal and Poultry Science 

Division. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Progress report. 1920/21-50/54// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-29, Report of the Dominion Animal Husbandman (varies slightly); 1930/36, 
Summary report. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Artificial insemination; general information as applied to dairy cattle. 
1954. 

Feeding value of potatoes; a report on feeding experiments with 
potatoes and potato by-products. P.E. Sylvestre, S.B. Williams 
andG.W. Muir. 1937. 

The home curing of pork. 1937. 

Hybridization of domestic beef cattle and buffalo. V.S. Logan and 
P.E. Sylvestre. 1950. 

Hybridization of domestic cattle and buffalo (Bison americanus). 
Progress report of the Wainwright experiment, 1935-41. A. 
Deakin and others. 1943. 

Proceedings of the Animal Husbandry Staff Conference. (Eastern 
Section). Lennoxville, P.Q. June 9 and 1 0, 1 955. n.d. 



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Proceedings of the Animal Husbandry Staff Conference. (Western 
Section). Lacombe, Alberta, June 1 1 -1 2, 1 952. n.d. 

Animal Pathology Division 

Abstracts of articles found in the literature of 1 950 only, and prepared 
by members of the staff of the Animal Diseases Research Institute. 
1951. 

Guinea pigs. C.W. Mcintosh. 1 952. 

Laboratory animal cages. C.W.Mcintosh. 1942. 

Rabies. 1952. 

Trichomoniasis in cattle. 1951. 

Apiculture Division 

Name varies: 1914-15, Division of Bees; 1921-48, Bee Division. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Progress report. 1920/21-49/53//? 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies slightly. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Apiary reminders. 1952. 

Instruction sheets. 1951-1952. 

Moving honeybee colonies. E. Braun and P. Pankiw. 1 953. 

Tubular heat exchange equipment for processing honey. E. Braun 
andC.A. Jamieson. 1955. 

Bacteriology Division 

Name varies: 1923-39, Division of Bacteriology; 1939-53, Division of 

Bacteriology and Dairy Research. Abolished in 1959 with its functions 

being transferred to the Microbiology Research Institute. 

Serials and periodicals. 



Contribution. 1-479?, 1924-1959// 

Progress report. 1923/24-37// 

Title varies slightly. Continued by the chapter on bacteriology in Science Service. 
Report of the Director. 



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Miscellaneous publications. 

Chemical and bacteriological studies of Canadian ice cream. E.G. 
Hood and A.H.White. 1941. 

Homogenization of market milk. E.G. Hood and A.H. White. 1 947. 

Methods for the bacteriological and chemical analyses of dehydrated 
vegetables. 1951. 

Methods for the microbiological analyses of dehydrated vegetables. 
A.H. Jones and W.E. Ferguson. 1955. 

Quantitative studies of soil micro-organisms, l-XV (1938-1957). 
1959. 

A series of six discussion papers on buttermaking, prepared for 
buttermakers' clubs. 1938. 

Tentative resazurin test to determine the microbial quality of fresh 
and frozen vegetables. A.H. Jones and W.E. Ferguson. 1957. 

Vinegar making on the farm. 1939. 

Bio-Graphic Unit 

Biographic quarterly. 1-18, 1955-72// 
Photographic filing. G.H.Parker. 1955. 

Botany and Plant Pathology Division 

Name varies: 1909-1 1 , Botany Division; 191 1-38, Division of Botany. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Canadian weed survey; report. 1-7,1 942-48/ / 

Contribution. 1-1762?, 1908-59// 

List of fungicides and fungicide-insecticides registered. 1951-52//? 

List of herbicidal products registered. 1 949-57/ / 

Title varies: 1 949, Herbicidal products registered for sale in Canada; 
1 950-54, List of herbicidal products submitted for registration. 
Continued by Indices and listings of Canadian pesticide registrations. 

Newsletter. 1-3,1921-23// 

Progress report. 1910-35/37// 

Earlier reports published in Entomology Division. Report. Title varies slightly. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Atmospheric pollen studies at Ottawa, Ontario. I.J. Bassett. 1956. 
Bacterial ring rot of potatoes. H.N. Racicot. n.d. 
Bacterial wilt and rot of potatoes. H.N. Racicot. n.d. 

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Botanical survey of the St. Lawrence seaway area in Ontario. W.G. 
DoreandJ.M. Gillett. 1955. 

Canadian havens from hay fever. 2nd ed. I.J. Bassett and C. 
Frankton. 1955. 

(First edition issued by Travel Bureau) 

Check list of fungus and bacterial organisms causing diseases of 

ornamental plants in British Columbia coastal areas. 1 951 . 
Check list of plant diseases in the coastal areas of British Columbia. 

W.Jones. 1945. 
Checklist of plants of the Ottawa District. J.M. Gillett. 1 958. 
Common names of fungicides. Rev. 1 956. 

Control of fire blight of apples and hawthorns in home grounds in 
Manitoba. W.A.F. Hagborg. 1957. 

Control of peach canker. R.S. Willison. 1 933. 

Cytogenetic studies in Caragana, 1 957. R.J. Moore. 1 957. 

Dominion experimental farms pasture investigations; botanical 
surveys. H. Groh. 1936. 

An historical sketch of the Botany and Plant Pathology Division. F.L. 
Drayton. 1957. 

The importance of the X virus in potatoes. J.P. McKinnon. 1952. 
Late blight of potatoes and its control. L.C. Callbeck. 1948. 
List of Canadian workers in the botanical sciences. H.N. Racicot and 
R.J.Moore. 1958. 

Mushrooms and toadstools; an account of the more common edible 
and poisonous fungi of Canada. H.T. Gussow and W.S. Odell. 
1927. 

Plants collected in the vicinity of Marmora. J.M. Gillett. 1954. 

Poison ivy and its eradication. E.G.Anderson. 1948. 

Potato diseases, n.d. (Coloured poster) 

Potato rot nematode. 1 948. (poster) 

Potato wart (canker). 1 950. (poster) 

Project list of the Division of Botany and Plant Pathology, Science 

Service. 1948. 
Reaction of wheat varieties to leaf rust and stem rust. T. Johnson, 

R.F. Peterson and A.B. Campbell, n.d. 

Rubber and resin content of native and introduced plants of Canada. 
W.H. Minshall. 1957. 

Some common tree diseases of British Columbia. J. E. Bier. 1949. 

Some effects of herbicidal oils on the physiology of plants. W.H. 
Minshall and V. A. Helson. 1 949. 

Some effects of light on the growth of certain wood species. 1 957. 



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Subject classification list and revised project classification. 1 956. (5 
sections). 

Survey of common barberry (Berberis vulgaris L.) and the European 
buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica L.) in Eastern Ontario, 1 952. G.A. 
Mulligan. 1952. 

Survey of common barberry (Berberis vulgaris L.) in Southwestern 
Ontario. D.R. Lindsay. 1 951 . 

A survey of the European buckthorn and common barberry in 
Southern Manitoba, 1 957. I.J. Bassett. 1 958. 

Verticillium wilt of hops. W.G. Keyworth. 1952. 

Virus-free cherry budwood available to nurserymen. G.H. Berkeley. 

1955. 
Weed control and weed biology in Canada. C. Frankton. n.d. 

(Speech given at British Weed Control Council, Nov. 1 956) 
Wild rice. 1952. 

Canadian Dairy Commission 

Annual report. Rapport annuel. 1967/68- 
1 971 Dairy survey; summary of Part I. 1 971 . 
Press release. 1 967?- 

Canadian Farm Loan Board 

Replaced by the Farm Credit Corporation. 

Report. 1930-59// 

Title varies slightly. 

Canadian Grain Commission 

Name varies: 1912-71 , Board of Grain Commissioners. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Annual report. 1912/13- 

Title varies slightly. 

Canadian grain exports. Crop year. 1 945/46?- 
Exportsof Canadian grain and wheat flour. 19..- 

Title varies: 19. .-1948, Exports of Canadian grain and mill products. 

Grain elevators in Canada. 1913/14- 

Previously issued by the Dept. of Trade and Commerce. Title varies: 1913/1 4-29/ 
30, List of licensed elevators and warehouses in the Western Grain Inspection 
Division; 1930/31-52/53, List of grain elevators in the Western and Eastern 
Divisions. Other slight variations in title. 



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Grain statistics weekly. 1941?- 

Title varies: 1941/- 1971, Canadian grain position. 

Interim report on grain elevators in Canada. 1 959?- 

The official Canadian grain grading guide. 1 961 - 

Summary of country elevator receipts at individual prairie points. 
Crop year. 1963/64?- 

Visible grain supplies and disposition. Crop year. 1 948/49?- 

Title varies: Summary of production of grain in Western Canada. ..Primary 
marketings, by producers and total inspections; Production, marketings and 
distribution of Canadian grain; Marketing, distribution and visible carryover of 
Canadian grain in and through licensed elevators. 

Winter storage cargoes of Canadian grain afloat at Canadian and 
United States ports. 1 959/60?- 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Approximate average charges between the producer in Western 
Canada and the arrival of steamer at Liverpool docks per bushel of 
wheat- 1930 season. E.A. Ursell. n.d. 

Board of Grain Commissioners; organization and function. 1 969. 

Estimated impact of the St. Lawrence Seaway on eastern elevator 
grain handling patterns. 1 959. 

Handbook on the sale and handling of grain through a primary 
elevator. 1971. 

Identification of barley and wheat varieties by kernel characters. 
C.H. Owen and M.J. Conacher. 1 960. 

Identification of barley varieties by kernel characters. F.S. Ludlam 
and C.H. Owen. 1945. 

Interviews with grain officials of the USSR, Moscow, November 1 5-1 8, 
1963. 1963. 

Protein content of Canadian wheat, 1927-1968. V. Martens and I. 
Hlynka. 1969. 

Some essentials of safe grain storage. H.E.Gray. 1956. 

Subject-to-grade and dockage ticket and selling of stored grain. 
1916. 

Submission of the Board of Grain Commissioners for Canada to the 
Royal Grain Inquiry Commission re "Grading by protein." 1 937. 

Summary of short course for grain elevator personnel under auspices 
of the Board of Grain Commissioners for Canada and the Canada 
Department of Agriculture. Toronto - Montreal - Fort William, 
February, 1 956. H.E. Gray. 1 956. Rev. 1 957. 



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Varietal identification of barley, wheat and small oilseeds by kernel 
characters. C.H. Owen and M.M. Ainslie. 1 971 ? 

Canadian Livestock Feed Board 

Annual report. Rapport annuel. 1966/67- 
Grain facts. 1, 1968?- 



Canfarm 

Numbered series. 

Bulletin 

1 Information about Canfarm. 1971. 

Serials and periodicals 

Canfarm newsletter. 1 , 1 969- 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Canfarm and what farmers say about it. n.d. 

Canfarm item code card. n.d. 

Canfarm training workbook, n.d. 

Farm business analysis manual. 1 972. 

Farmer Jones meets "Cathy" computer, n.d. 

Farmers manual, n.d. 

How to use the Canfarm business analysis system. 1 972. 

Report interpretation series. 1 973. 

Time for decisions, n.d. 



Census and statistics 

Transferred to Dominion Bureau of Statistics after 1913. 

Numbered series. 



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Bulletin 



No. 



1 Wage-earners by occupations. 1907. 

2 Manufactures of Canada. 1907. 

3 Farm land, field crops and livestock of the Maritime Provinces. 1907. 

4 Farm land, field crops and livestock of the Province of Ontario. 1907. 

5 Agricultural census of Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime Provinces. 

1907. 

6 Immigrants of the agricultural class in the Northwest provinces. 

1908. 

7 Dairy production, 1 907. 1 908. 

8 Longevity and sanitation. 1908. 

Serials and periodicals 

Bulletins. 5th Census of Canada, 1912-1914. Nos. 1 -1 9. n.d. 

Census and statistics. Monthly. 1-5, 1908-12// 

Later numbers issued by Dept. of Trade and Commerce. 

Census of Canada. 1 870-1 911// 

Miscellaneous publications 

Census of Manitoba, 1 885-6. 1 887. 

Census of the three provisional districts of the North West Territories, 
1884-5. 1886. 

Instructions to chief officers, commissioners and enumerators. 
1901. 

Cereal Crops Division 

Name varies: 19. .-1953, Cereal Division. 

Serials and periodicals 

Contribution. 1 -241 ?, 1 9..-1 959// 

Co-operative variety trials and fertilizer tests (cereal crops). 1 934?- 
42//? 

Title varies: 1934, Cereals; 1936, Variety testing work in Eastern Ontario; 
1937, Report: local variety trials, Eastern Ontario; 1938, Co-operative variety 
trials (cereal crops). Issued as its Report. 

Oats: variety and strain tests. 1 934/36?-53/ / ? 

Title varies: 1934/36-42, Oat variety trials; 1943, Oat variety trials and 
breeding. Issued as its Report. Superseded by Cooperative Cereal Testing 
Committee for Eastern Canada. Report on eastern cooperative oat test. 



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Progress report. 1 920/21 -54/58// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-29, Report of the Report of the Dominion Cerealist; 1930/33-34/37, Progress 
report of the Dominion Cerealist. 

Report. 1-1887,1934-59// 

Title varies: Mimeographed report. Superseded by Ottawa Research Station. 
Report. 

Report: co-operative test of early wheat varieties. 1 934-48/ / 7 
Title varies: 1934-36?, The special early wheat test. 
Issued as its Report. 

Report on soft white spring wheat varieties. 1 9447-55/ / 7 

Issued as its Report. 

Supplementary variety tests with cereal crops. 1 9497-58/ / 7 
Issued as its Report. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Buckwheat. W.G. McGregor, n.d. 

Canadian accession numbers accessioned since July 1, 1 951 . 1 952. 

Cereal crops for south western Saskatchewan. H.J. Kemp. 1 935? 

Cooperative oat breeding project; Ontario project group. 1 959. 

Guide to the cereal experimental grounds. 1 931 . 

Handbook of Canadian cereal varieties of barley, field beans, flax, 
oats, spring wheat and winter wheat. 1 951 . 
Revised each year. 

Lodging observations on oat varieties and strains. 1 959. 

Organization and activities of the Cereal Crops Division. 1 953. 

Report of Eastern cooperative barley test. 1 959. 

Vitamins in flour and bread (June report) L.H. Newman. 1 942. 

Chemistry Division 

Name varies: 1886-1953, Division of Chemistry. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Contribution. 1-4317, 1890-1959// 

Progress report. 1920/21-34/36// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
2 1 -29, Report of the Dominion Chemist (varies slightly). Continued by the chapter 
on chemistry in Science Service. Report of the Director. 



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Miscellaneous publications. 

Additives - their significance in the production of animal products. 
B.B. Migicovsky. 1957. 

Chemical methods for analysis of fruit and vegetable products. J. A. 
Ruck. 1956. 

Chemical methods of plant analysis. G.M. Ward and F.B. Johnston. 
1953. Rev. 1960. 

Chemical methods of soil analysis. H.J. Atkinson and others. 1 946. 
Rev. 1949,1958. 

Classification of soils. Definitions furnished by the Chemical Division 
of Dominion Experimental Farms, n.d. 

Index to reports of Chemistry Division, 1901-1930. D. Hooper. 

1931. 
Obstructive urolithiasis. S.A. Forman. 1957. 
Outline of the work of the Soil Chemistry Unit. H.J.Atkinson. 1956. 
Projects on pasture research. 1 939. 
Scrapbook, 1892-1918. FT. Shutt. n.d. 

Some comments on the use of the x-ray diffractometer. S.A. 
Forman. n.d. 

Variation in fat constants of genuine Canadian milk fat. R.R. Riel. 
1954. 

Control Products Section 

Pesticides listed by active ingredient registered for use in Canada. 
1970- 

Continues Pesticide Unit. Indices and listings of Canadian pesticide registrations. 

Dairy Division 

Name varies. 1890-95, 1905-06, Dairy Commissioner; 1896-1900, 

Commissioner of Agriculture and Dairying; 1907-37, Dairy and Cold 

Storage Branch; 1937-69, Dairy Products Division. Other variations in 

name: Dairy and Cold Storage Commissioner's Branch; Commissioner's 

Branch; Branch of (or Office of) the Dairy and Cold Storage 

Commissioner. 

Numbered series. 
Bulletin. 

1or2 The dairy cow. J.W.Robertson. 1889. 



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Bulletin cont. 

No. 

3 Buttermaking. J.W.Robertson. 1890. 

4 Fodder corn and the silo. J.W.Robertson. 1890. 

5 The egg and poultry trade. J.Sanders. 1890. 

6 Poultry trade with Great Britain. 1 891 . 

7 Eggs, poultry and canned goods, and dried and evaporated fruit trade 

with Great Britain. 1892. 

8 Notes for cheesemakers, for May. J.W.Robertson. 1893. 

9 By-laws and regulations for cheese factories. J.W.Robertson, n.d. 

1 By-laws and regulations for creameries on the cream-gathering plan. 

J.W. Robertson, n.d. 

1 1 By-laws and regulations for creameries on the centrifugal separator 

plan. J.W. Robertson, n.d. 

12 Notes for cheesemakers, for June. J.W.Robertson, n.d. 

13 The Babcock test. FT. Shutt. 1893. 

14 Notes for cheesemakers, for July. J.W.Robertson. 1893. 

Bulletin. Dairy and cold storage series. 

Supersedes Bulletin. New series. 

1 List of some British importers of farm products. Compiled by J. A. 

Ruddick. 1905. 

2 Milk for cheese factories. J. A. Ruddick. 1901. 

3 Milk for creameries. J. A. Ruddick. 1902. 

4 Some phases of dairying in Denmark. C. Marker. 1905. 

5 Improvement of dairy herds. 1905. 

6 Chemical investigations relating to dairying undertaken in 1 904. FT. 

Shutt. 1905/ 

7 List of exporters of some Canadian products. W.W. Moore. 1 908. 

8 Some of the factors that control the water-content of butter. FT. 

Shutt, C.F. Whitley and AT. Charron. 1 906. 

9 Instructions for testing individual cows, with some notes on the use of 

the Babcock milk tester. J. A. Ruddick. 1 906. 

10 Creamery cold storage. J. A. Ruddick. 1906. 

1 1 General instructions re the Inspection and sale act, Part IX, referring 

to fruit and fruit packages. 1907. 

12 Cow testing associations with some notes on the sampling and 

testing of milk. J. A. Ruddick and C.F. Whitley. 1 908. 

13 Sweet-cream butter. FT. Shutt, AT. Charron and J.G. Bouchard. 

1907. 

1 4 Apparatus for the determination of water and fat in butter. FT. Shutt. 

1907. 



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Bulletin. Dairy and cold storage series cont. 

No. 

15 Gathered cream for buttermaking. J. A. Ruddick and G.H. Barr. 

1907. 

16 Subsidies for cold storage warehouses. 1907. 

17 Buttermaking on the farm. G.H. Barr. 1907. 

1 8 Cooperation in the marketing of apples. A. McNeill. 1 907. 

19 The packing of apples in barrels and boxes. A. McNeill. 1907. 

20 The use of ice on the farm. J. A. Ruddick. 1907. 

21 Report of the cow testing associations. 1907. 

22 The cooling of milk for cheesemaking. J. A. Ruddick and G.H. Barr. 

1910. 

23 Cold storage and the Cold Storage Act. J. A. Ruddick. 1910. 

24 A report on some trial shipments of cold storage apples. J. A. 

Ruddick. 1910. 

25 Coulommier cheese; some notes on its manufacture. J. 

McNaughton. 1910. 

26 Dairy legislation. 1910. 

27 Trial shipments of peaches in 1910. J. A. Ruddick and W.W. Moore. 

1911. 

28 An historical and descriptive account of the dairying industry in 

Canada. J. A. Ruddick. 1911. 

29 Notes for factory cheesemakers. 1911. 

30 Cream cheese. G. Bagnall. 1911. 

31 A list of cheese factories, creameries and condensed milk plants in 

Canada. 1911. 

32 The care of cream for buttermaking. G.H. Barr. 1912. 

33 Cow testing with some notes on the sampling and testing of milk. 

J.A. Ruddick and C.F.Whitley. 1913. 

34 Modern methods of packing apples and pears. A. McNeill. 1913. 

35 Small cold storages. J.A. Ruddick and J. G. Bouchard. 1913. 

36 Cold storage for creameries, with plans and specifications. J.A. 

Ruddick. 1913. 

37 The Island of Orleans cheese. J.C. Chapais. 1913. 

38 Cooperation and fruit growing. A. McNeill. 1913. 

39 List of the cheese factories, creameries, skimming stations and 

condensed milk and city plants, etc. in Canada. 1 91 3. 

40 The Inspection and Sale Act, Part IX, as amended in 1907-08 and 

1912-13 (the Fruit Marks Act and fruit packages) and general 
notes. 1913. 

41 Cheese factory and creamery plans with specifications. G.H. Barr 

and J.G. Bouchard. 1914. 



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Bulletin. Dairy and cold storage series cont. 

No. 

42 The Dairy Industry Act, 1914, and regulations. 1914. 

43 The Cold Storage Act, 1907, as amended in 1909, and regulations. 

1914. 

44 The cold storage of food products with some notes on insulation and 

warehouse management. J. A. Ruddick and J. Burgess. 1 91 5. 

45 The testing of milk, cream and dairy by-products by means of the 

Babcock test. J. F. Singleton. 1915. 

46 Determination of the specific gravity of milk; the percentage of acid 

and casein in milk; adulteration of milk by skimming and watering; 
the percentage of water and salt in butter; the percentage of fat and 
water in cheese. J. F. Singleton. 1915. 

47 The Grimsby precooling and experimental fruit storage warehouse. 

E.Smith. 1916. 

48 Precooling, shipment and cold storage of tender fruit with notes on 

packing and packages. E. Smith and J. M. Creelman. 1916. 

49 Small cold storages and dairy buildings. J. A. Ruddick and J. 

Burgess. 1917. 

50 The use of brine tank refrigerator cars for fruit shipment. E. Smith. 

1917. 

51 The rate of precooling fruit in different styles of packages and at 

different temperatures. E. Smith and J. M. Creelman. 1917. 

52 Methods of handling basket fruits. E. Smith and J.M. Creelman. 

1917. 

53 Buttermakingonthefarm. G.H. Barr. 1917. 

54 List of cheese factories, creameries, skimming stations, also 

condensed milk manufacturers, city milk vendors and ice cream 
manufacturers, etc. in Canada. 1 91 8. 

55 The Finch Dairy Station; report of progress. J. A. Ruddick and G.H. 

Barr. 1920. 

56 Report on the Dominion educational butter scoring contest, 1919. 

G.H. Barr. 1920. 

57 Simple methods for the storage of ice. J. A. Ruddick and J. Burgess . 

1920. 

58 The progress of cow testing. A. H. White. 1 920. 

Bulletin. New series. 

Superseded by its Bulletin. Dairy and cold storage series. 

1 Improvement of cheese curing-rooms. 1901. 

2 Milk for cheese factories. 3d ed. J. A. Ruddick. 1901. 

3 Milk for creameries. J. A. Ruddick. 1901. 



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Bulletin. New series cont. 

No. 

4 The percentage of water in Canadian creamery butter. F.T. Shutt. 

1902. 

5 General instructions re the Fruit Marks Act, 1 901 , as amended 1 902. 

1902. 

6 Profitable poultry farming. F.C. Hare. 1902. 

7 Plans and specifications of a cool cheese curing room. J. A. Ruddick. 

1903. 

8 Conditions of the trade in timothy, alsike and red clover seeds: results 

of investigation, 1 902. 1 902. 

9 Notes for cheesemakers. J. A. Ruddick. 1903. 

10 The announcement of the Macdonald-Robertson Seed Growers' 

Association. J.W.Robertson. 1903. 

1 1 List of exporters of some Canadian products. W.W. Moore. 1 903. 

12 List of some British importers of Canadian farm products. W.W. 

Moore. 1 903. 

13 Export apple trade. W. A. MacKinnon. 1903. 

14 Export pear trade. W. A. MacKinnon. 1903. 

15 Bill No. 200 reprinted as amended; an Act respecting the Inspection 

and Sale of Seeds with explanations and comments. 1 903. 

1 6 Weed seeds commonly found in timothy, alsike and red clover seeds. 

G.H.Clark. 1904. 

17 Cidermaking in England and Canada; demand in Great Britain for 

black currant pulp. 1904. 

1 8 The work of the Extension and Markets Division and Canada's export 

trade in farm products. 1 904. 

1 9 Notes on the export apple trade. 1 904. 

20 The Canadian poultry trade with Great Britain. A.W. Grindley. Ca- 

nadian butter and bacon in the Glasgow market. J. Brown. 1 904. 

21 Some notes on the Canadian trade in food products, etc. with 

Bermuda and Jamaica. 1904 

Circular. 

Superseded by Dept. of Agriculture. Circular. 

1 Iced cheese car service. 1910. 

2 The Milk Test Act. 1910. 

3 The outlook for Canadian tomatoes in Great Britain. 1910. 

4 Re: creamery cold storage bonuses. 1 91 2. 

5 Good reasons for cow testing. 1912. 

6 Re: creamery cold storage bonuses. 1913. 

7 Some notes gleaned from the work of the dairy record centres in 

1912. 1913. 

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Circular cont. 

No. 

8 List of.... apple dealers in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta and 

also in. ...northern Ontario 1913. 1 913. 

9 Amendment to the Inspection and Sale Act, 1913, as affecting fruit; 

and regulations thereunder. 1913. 

10 Notes on cow testing. 1914. 

1 1 List of wholesale and retail apple dealers in northern Ontario, 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 1914. 

12 The branding of dairy butter. J. A. Ruddick. 1914. 

13 The Grimsby pre-cooling and experimental fruit storage warehouse. 

E.Smith. 1915. 

1 4 Causes of variation in the percentage of fat in hand separator cream. 

G.H. Barr. 1915. 

15 Cherry pre-cooling possibilities. E.Smith. 1915. 

16 Cow testing notes. 1915. 

17 The probable scarcity of rennet for the manufacture of cheese with 

some directions for securing a supply. J. A. Ruddick. 1916. 

18 The use of pepsin as substitute or partial substitute for rennet in the 

manufacture of cheese. 1916. 

19 Directions for using soluble powdered pepsin as a substitute for 

rennet. 1916. 

20 Cow testing. 1917. 

21 Further notes on the use of pepsin and other substitutes for rennet in 

the manufacture of cheese. 1917. 

22 The manufacture of cottage and buttermilk cheese. 1917. 

23 The manufacture of buttermilk from skimmed milk. 1917. 

24 A new plan for cow-testing. 1917. 

25 Keeping dairy herd records. 1918. 

26 The care of cream for buttermaking. G.H. Barr. 1919. 

27 Yield and relative value of some dairy products. 1919. 

28 The Dairy Industry Act, 1914, and regulations. 1920. 

29 The Oleomargarine Act 1919, as amended, and regulations. 1920. 

30 Notes on cold storage of eggs. 1921. 

31 Cold storage temperatures. 1921. 

Circular C.S. 

1 List of public, semi-public and private cold storage warehouses in 
Canada. 1919. Rev. 1926. 



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Leaflet. 



No. 



1 "Open" and "weak bodied" cheese. 1901. 

2 "Acidy" cheese. 1901. 

3 "Off flavour." 1901. 

4 "Fruity" flavour. 1901. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Dairy news letter. 1-31,1 91 9-50// 

Consolidated with Review of the dry milk situation to form Dairy products review. 

Dominion Dairy Conference. Record of proceedings. 1 903-33/ / ? 

Name of conference and title vary: 1903, Conference of Dairy Instructors and 
Exports. Report; 1 933, Dairy Conference. Record of proceedings. 

List of cheese factories and creameries in Canada and registered 
numbers. Liste des fromageries et des beurreries au Canada et 
numerosd'enregistrement. 1969- 

List of establishments manufacturing concentrated milk products in 
Canada. Liste des etablissements fabriquant des produits de lait 
concentres au Canada. 195.- 

Report of the Commissioner. 1 890-1 915// 

Title varies slightly. Continued in Dept. of Agriculture. Annual report. 

Review of the dry milk situation. 1-4,1 947-50/ / 
Combined with Dairy news letter, to form Dairy products review. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Addresses, papers, etc.; collection from the office of Dairy and Cold 
Storage Commissioner, 1870- 1953. J. A. Ruddick. n.d. 

Bacteriological examination to ascertain causes of discoloration of 
cheese. W.T. Connell. 1897. 

Canadian dairy products for the world's Columbian Exposition. 
1892. 

Cheese factories and creameries. J.W. Robertson. 1 895, 1 898. 

Cold storage building. J.W. Robertson. 1 897. 

Conference on Standardization of Butter Boxes, 1926. Minutes of 
meeting. 1926. 

Correspondence from the office of Dairy and Cold Storage Commis- 
sioner, 1 896-1 957. J. A. Ruddick. n.d. 

Cream desserts. L.C. Pepper, n.d. 

Creameries in N. W.T. J.W. Robertson. 1 898. 

Data for the Imperial Economic Conference with reference to dairy 
products. 1932. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont 



Directory of the breeders of pure bred livestock of the Dominion of 
Canada. 1901. 

Discoloration of cheese. J.W.Robertson. 1897. 

Eggs and poultry. 1897. 

The establishment of branch experimental dairy stations. J.W. 
Robertson, n.d. 

The establishment of cheese factories and creameries. J.W. 
Robertson, n.d. 

Feed book; record of feed for the dairy herd. 1914. 

Food products of Canada and names of some exporters. 1 901 . 

Further study of the keeping quality of Canadian Cheddar cheese. 
W.F.Jones. 1927. 

The history of process cheese in Canada. 1 954. 



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Itry work at Andover. F.C. Hare. 1902. 

Itry work at Bondville. F.C. Hare. 1 902. 

Itry work at Chicoutimi, Quebec. F.C. Hare. 1902. 

Itry work at East Amherst. F.C. Hare. 1 902. 

Itry work at East Margaree, N.B. F.C. Hare. 1 902. 

Itry work at Holmesville, Ont. F.C. Hare. 1 902. 

Itry work at Rogersville. F.C. Hare. 1902. 

Itry work at Stanfold, Que. F.C. Hare. 1 902. 

Itry work in Prince Edward Island. F.C. Hare. 1 902. 

ing tanks and parafinning Cheddar cheese at the 
factory. 1 952. 

Instructions for dairymen in connection with cow testing associations, 
n.d. 

The keeping quality of Canadian Cheddar cheese. W.F. Jones. 
1926. Rev. 1928. 

List of cheese factories and creameries in Canada and registered 
numbers, Sept. 1943. Liste des fromageries et des beurreries au 
Canada et numeros d'enregistrement, sept. 1 943. 1 946. 

Methods of testing and grading dry skim milk. 1 947. 

Milk desserts. L.C. Pepper, n.d. Rev. 1 930. 

Milk for cheese factories. J.W.Robertson. 1896. 

Milk for creameries. J.W.Robertson. 1897. 

North-West Territories creameries. J.W.Robertson. 1896. 

Notes for cheesemakers, for August to October. J.W. Robertson. 
1893. 

Oleomargarine. 1948. 



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Production of milk, 1939, 1942, 1945-53. All Canada and Alberta. 
1954. 

Prospects for export of tender fruits. J.W.Robertson. 1899. 

Report of a meeting held in Ottawa, September 26th, 1928, to 
organize the Eastern Ontario Cheesemakers' Association. 1 928. 

Report on the Dominion educational cheese scoring contest. G.H. 
Barr. 1923. 

Research and experimental projects in dairying under way in Canada, 
1933. 1933. 

A review of the dairy produce trade. J. A. Ruddick. 1913. 

School lunches. L.C. Pepper. 1 932. 

To prevent mould on butter. 1 901 . 

Total Canadian milk production and utilization, 1 931 -1 947. 1 948. 

Why and how to use milk. H.G. Campbell. 1 922. 

Division of Dairy Research. 

Merged with the Division of Bacteriology in 1 939 to form the Division of 
Bacteriology and Dairy Research which later became the Bacteriology 

Division in 1953. 

Contribution. 1-41,1 924-39/ / 

Dairy Technology Research Unit. 

Specifications for the color of butter. R.R. Riel. 1957. 

The use of synthetic B-carotene for coloring butter. R.R. Riel and 
C.K.Johns. 1956. 

Economics Branch 

Name varies: 1937-64 Economics Division. 

Numbered series. 



Prairie regional studies in economic geography. 

1 Riverhurst Region of Saskatchewan. A.W. Burges and J.W. 

Channon. 1967. 

Suppl. 1967. 

2 The Boissevain region of Manitoba. J.W. Channon, D. Zasada and 

R.T.Miller. 1967? 

3 The Rockglen region of Saskatchewan. J.W. Channon, D. Zasada 

and R.T. Miller. 1969. 



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Prairie regional studies in economic geography cont. 

No. 

4 The Camrose-Vegreville Region of Alberta. J.W. Channon and D. 

Zasada. 1969. 

5 The Weyburn Region of Saskatchewan. J.W. Channon, H.R. Fast 

and D.A.Neil. 1971. 

6 The Killarney Region of Manitoba. J.W. Channon, D. Zasada and K. 

Morison. 1971. 

7 The Eston-Elrose Region of Saskatchewan. J.W. Channon, H.R. 

Fast and D.A.Neil. 1971. 

8 Brandon-Neepawa region of Manitoba. J.W. Channon and K.J. 

Morison. 1972. 

9 The Cardston Region of Alberta. J.W. Channon and K.J. Morison. 

1972. 
10 The Rosthern Region of Saskatchewan. J.W. Channon, H.R. Fast 
and D.A.Neil. 1972. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Agricultural economics research information system, no. I, Jl 1 970- 

Agricultural statistics for Canada. 1 967- 

Title varies: 1 968- 1 969, Selected statistical information on agriculture in Canada. 

Canada; production, trade and prices for principal agricultural 

products. 1925/57-25/58// 
Canada - seasonal duties on fresh fruits and vegetables. 1 955/56- 
Canada's trade in agricultural products. 1 955/56- 

Title varies: 1955/56-1965/66, Canada: trade in agricultural products with the 
United Kingdom, the United States and all countries. 

Canadian agriculture. A chronology of federal policies. 1 952-1 965// 

Canadian and United states tariffs of selected agricultural products. 
1957- 

Title varies slightly. 

Canadian farm economics. 1 , 1 966- 

Supersedes Economic annalist, and Current review of agricultural conditions in 
Canada. 

A chronological summary of papers, reports and publications in the 
field of rural sociology and socio-economics of the Economics 
Division. 1959-1962// 

Title varies slightly. 

Co-operation in Canada. Cooperation au Canada. 1 932- 

Supersedes, in part, Dept. of Labour. Annual report on co-operative associations in 
Canada. Title varies: 1932-37/38, Farmers' business organizations in 
Canada. Organisations commerciales de cultivateurs au Canada; 1 938/39-39/40, 
Farmers' co-operative business organizations in Canada. Co-operatives 
commerciales agricoles au Canada. 



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Serials and Periodicals cont 



Credit unions in Canada. 1 941 -1 965// 

Current review of agricultural conditions in Canada, v. 1-27 no.1, 
1940-66// 

Merged with Economic annalist to form Canadian farm economics. 

Directory of co-operative associations in Canada. Liste des societes 
cooperatives canadiennes. 1-5,1 936-62/ / 

Supersedes, in part, Dept. of Labour. Annual report on co-operative associations in 
Canada. 

Economic analist. 1-35, 1931-65// 

Merged with Current review of agricultural conditions in Canada to form Canadian 
farm economics. 

Exports, imports and domestic disappearance of agricultural 
products as a percentage of production, Canada. 1 935/55-1 962// 

Federal agricultural legislation, Canada. Legislation agricole feder- 
aleau Canada. 1952- 

Title varies slightly. Not published, 1961-68. English and French editions issued 
separately, 1952-60. 

Food outlook. 1, 1961- 

Legislation; changes in provincial legislation in the Prairies. 1 970- 

Continues its Provincial agricultural legislation in Western Canada. 

Marketing boards in Canada; national summary. Les offices de vente 
au Canada: resume national. 1 957- 

Engish and French editions issued separately, 1957-60. 

Monthly letter. 1 9587-1 964/ / 

Notes on Canadian agriculture. 1 956-65/ / 

Provincial agricultural legislation in Ontario. Legislation agricole de 
la province d'Ontario. 1967- 

Continues, in part, its Provincial agricultural legislation in Quebec and Ontario. 

Provincial agricultural legislation in Quebec and Ontario. 1 951 -60// 

Continued by its Provincial agricultural legislation in Ontario, and Provincial 
agricultural legislation - Quebec. 

Provincial agricultural legislation in the Atlantic Provinces. 1 950- 

Pronvincial agricultural legislation in Western Canada. 1 950-69/ / 
Continued by Legislation; changes in provincial legislation in the Prairies. 

Provincial agricultural legislation - Quebec. Legislation agricole - 
Quebec. 1967- 

Continues, in part, Provincial agricultural legislation in Quebec and Ontario. 

Publications: a list of material published. Publications: liste des 
travaux publies. 1 930/53- 

Title varies: 1930/53-1969, List of published material. Travaux publies. English 
and French editions issued separately, 1930/53-61. 

Spot news from abroad on agricultural developments. Ap 1 948- 

Title varies: 1948-54?, Overseas report on agricultural development. 



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Serials and Periodicals cont. 

Statistical handbook. 1 941 -46/ / ? 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Abstract from the report of the Canadian study team concerning 
United States drought conditions in the Great Plains area. 1 957. 

Abstracts of Canadian provincial legislation on cooperatives. H.K. 
Ingersoll. 1 958. Rev. 1 962, 1 966. 

The accounts of Nova Scotia fruit companies. W. F. Chown. 1 940. 

Aerial photo interpretation of land use change in fourteen lots in 
Prince Edward Island, 1 936 to 1 958. L.E. Philpotts. 1 964. 

Aerial photo interpretation of land use changes in Madawaska 
County, New Brunswick, 1 944 to 1 961 . L.E. Philpotts. 1 964. 

Agricultural assistance, war and postwar. F. Shefrin and M.R. 
Cameron. 1949. 

Agricultural cooperation in Canada. A.E. Richards. 1 938. 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas; Alberta. G.A. Lane 
and J.G.Carson. 1956. 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: British Columbia. 
G.A. Lane and J.G. Carson. 1 956. 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: Manitoba. G.A. Lane 
and J.G. Carson. 1956. 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: Newfoundland, Prince 
Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick. G.A. Lane and J.G. 
Carson. 1 956. 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: Ontario. G.A. Lane 
and J.G. Carson. 1956. 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: Quebec. G.A. Lane 
and J.G. Carson. 1956. 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: Saskatchewan. G.A. 
Lane and J.G. Carson. 1956. 

Agricultural statistics for Canada. R. Daviault. 1971. 

Agriculture in Central Vancouver Island 1946; an economic study of 
commercial and part-time farming. H.B. Van Home and J.C. 
Maxwell. 1949. 

Agriculture in the Atlantic Provinces. J. F. Booth. 1967. 

Agriculture in the national economy 1 961 /62. I.F. Furniss and S.W. 
Garland. 1963. Rev. as: Agriculture.. .1962/63. 1964. 

Air photo interpretations of land use in the central interior of British 
Columbia, 1945 to 1955. L.E. Philpotts. 1957. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont 

Alberta cattle feeding study (farm feedlots) 1962-63. D.F. Hay- 
thorne and K. Elgaard. 1 965? 

Alberta farm land value and market situation. T.H. Askin. 1952. 

Alberta farm operators and the level of living concept, 1952. H.C. 
Abell. 1952. 

An analysis of the students' evaluation of a short course held for 
professional persons working in rural areas, August 10-15, 1953. 
Queen's University, Kingston. O. Larson, N. High and H.C. Abell. 
1953. 

Analysis of the wheat yield history in thirty-nine municipal units in 
southwest and west central Saskatchewan. S.H.Lane. 1944. 

Apple marketing in western Ontario. M. Rachlis. 1 947. 

Appraisal of dryland farming in the special areas of Alberta. W. 
Darcovich. 1 954. 

Atlantic Provinces agriculture. E.P. Reid and J.M. Fitzpatrick. 
1957. 

Back to the land: Alberta, 1 932-48. T.S. Rackham. 1 953. 

Balancing the farm and family budget. 1 939. 

Breakfast bacon; consumer acceptance of grade A lean bacon. 
1957. 

Breakfast bacon; consumer preferences in relation to fat-lean 
distribution. 1954. 

Broad characteristics of agriculture in Canada. Grandes carac- 
teristiques de I'agriculture au Canada. 1 968. 

Canada: predominant types of commercial farms in Canada - 1961 ; 
principaux systemes de production agricole commerciale au 
Canada en 1961. n.d. (Map) 

Canada weights, measures and conversion factors for agricultural 
products. 1954, 1956. 

Canada's share of the United Kingdom's agricultural imports. 1 958. 

Canadian agriculture and agricultural policies since the first World 
War. J. F. Booth. 1944. 

Canadian imports of fresh fruits and vegetables from the U.S.A. - 
quantities, values and duties, fiscal years, 1953-54 to 1957-58. 
1958. 

Canadian production, supply and utilization of processed fruits and 
vegetables, by crop years, 1 926-27 to 1 927-28. 1 959. 

Capital investments, production costs and yields of commercial 
potato production in Alberta. E.E.R. King. 1965. 

The case method and budget analysis technique of research in farm 
economics. W.E. Haviland. 1951. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont 

Cattle ranching in southern Alberta; family operated commercial 
cattle ranches, foothills and shortgrass region. K. Elgaard. 1 968. 

Cattle ranching in the interior of British Columbia, 1958-59. B.K. 
Acton and E.D. Woodward. 1 961 . 

Cattle ranching in western Canada; an economic study. G.C. Elliott 
and G.D. Chattaway. 1 941 . Rev. 1 961 . 

Cattle ranching survey in western Canada. Report on the economic 
study of 287 cattle ranches in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British 
Columbia. 1941. 

Changes in agriculture in Dundas County, Ontario. J. A. Dawson. 
1952. 

Changes in dairy farming in eastern Ontario, 1 948-57. F. Lawrence. 
1962. 

Changes in farm organization; black soil zone, Alberta small farms, 
1958. K. Elgaard. 1963? 

Changes in farm organization; grey wooded soils, Rocky Mountain 
house district, Alberta small farms, 1 959. K. Elgaard. 1 963. 

Changes in farm organization; heavy productivity soil, dark brown soil 
zone, Saskatchewan, 1965. M. Ragush. 1966. 

Changes in farm organization; low productivity soils, brown soil zone, 
Saskatchewan, 1 963. M. Ragush. 1 964. 

Changes in farm organization; low productivity soils, dark brown soil 
zone, Saskatchewan, 1962. M. Ragush. 1963. 

Changes in farm organization; Lundar-Eriksdale area, Manitoba, 
1962. W.M. Bayda. 1963. 

Changes in farm organization; medium productivity soils, brown soil 
zone, Saskatchewan, 1 961 . 1 962. 

Changes in farm organization; medium productivity soils, dark brown 
soil zone, Saskatchewan, 1 964. M. Ragush. 1 965. 

Changes in farm organization; Red River Valley area, Manitoba, 
1962. L.M.Johnson. 1963. 

Changes in farm organization; Reston-Elkhorn Area Manitoba: grain- 
livestock farms. 1961. 

Changes in farm organization; Rosetown-Elrose Area, Saskatche- 
wan, 1960: grain farms. J. Zeman. 1962. 

Changes in farm organization; Russell-Minnedosa area Manitoba, 
1961. J.G. MacKenzie. 1962. 

Changes in farm organization; Sifton-Fork River Area, Manitoba. 
L.M.Johnson. 1964. 

Changes in farm organizations; Somerset-Manitou Area, Manitoba, 
1964. L.M.Johnson. 1965. 



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Changes in the farms of west central and northern Saskatchewan, 
1942-43 to 1947. M.E. Andal. 1951. 

A chronological summary of activities in the field of sociology and 
sociological economics. C.M.Jones. 1959. 

A chronological summary of papers, reports and publications in the 
field of rural sociology and socio-economics. A. Trem. n.d. Rev. 
1960. 

Classification of land in the Sounding Creek special area, Alberta. 
Preliminary report. 1938. 

Combined estimates of marketing for Prairie Provinces and Ontario. 
(Hogs), 1936. 1937. 

Commercial poultry farming in Nova Scotia. G.C. Retson. 1 952. 

Concepts of gross national product, national income and gross 
national expenditure. F.M. Schrader. 1952. 

Condition of Maritime potatoes in railway transportation survey. 
G.B. Miller, E.H. Young and W.C. Way. 1 955. 

Consumer choices of beef roasts and steaks. 1 958. 

Consumer preferences and uses of cheese in Ottawa, Toronto, 
Vancouver. L.E.Drayton. 1952. 

Consumer preferences for apples in Greater Montreal. R. Choquette 
and L.E.Drayton. 1959. 

Consumption of beef and veal in city households. C.I. Johnston and 
W.C. Hopper. 1942. 

Consumption of dairy products in rural Canadian homes. W.C. 
Hopper and P.H. Casselman. 1940. 

Consumption of food by farm families, Stormont County, Ontario. 
C.I.Johnston. 1946. 

Consumption of food by farm households in New Brunswick, 1945- 
1 946. C.I. Johnston and L. E. Drayton. 1 952. 

Consumption of food by farm households in Nova Scotia, 1 945-1 946. 
C.I. Johnston and L.E. Drayton. 1953. 

Consumption of food by farm households in Prince Edward Island, 
1945-1946. C.I. Johnston and L.E. Drayton. 1953. 

Consumption of lamb in city households. C.I. Johnston and W.C. 
Hopper. 1942. 

Consumption of meat in city households. C.I. Johnston and W.C. 
Hopper. 1942. 

Consumption of milk and cream in the city of Vancouver. C.I. 
Johnston and W.C. Hopper. 1 939. 

Consumption of pork, bacon, ham, sausages, liver and poultry in city 
households. C.I. Johnston and W.C. Hopper. 1942. 



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Cooperative credit in Saskatchewan. J. Larmour and G.P. Boucher. 
1951. 

Cost and returns in the production of apples in the Okanagan Valley, 
British Columbia. B.A. Campbell and S.C. Hudson. 1 945. 

Cost of milk production in Canada; a compendium of data from 
studies by various agencies since 1965. W.Y.Yang. 1968. 

Cost of operating creameries in the Prairie Provinces, 1933-34. 
1934. 

Costs and returns - commercial wheat farms, Prairie Provinces, 
1 968. B. Middlemiss and M. Ragush. 1 969. 

Costs and returns - wheat and grain - beef cattle farms, Prairie 
Provinces Parkbelt, 1 968. B. Middlemiss and M. Ragush. 1 969. 

Costs of production in agriculture, 1962, a summary of selected 
studies conducted in recent years by various agencies. I.F. 
Furniss. 1963. 

Crop production requirements in Manitoba; machinery, labor and 
materials. S.W. Garland and L.M.Johnson. 1958. 

Current agricultural assistance programs, Canada Department of 
Agriculture, June 1957. M.R.Cameron. 1957. 

The dairy farm business in eastern Ontario. J. A. Dawson. 1 951 . 

The dairy farm business in Ontario; an economic survey of farms 
producing milk for fluid consumption. H.R. Hare. 1940. 

The farm business of the Ontario Concentrated Milk Producers. H.R. 
Hare. 1937. 

A preliminary report on dairy farm management and milk costs in Ontario. 

Dairy farm management in milk costs in Ontario. H.R. Hare. 1 938. 

Dairy farm management in Nova Scotia. C.H. Chisholm. 1948. 

Dairy farm organization in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, 
1 961 . D.C. Crossfield and E.D. Woodward. 1 964. 

Dairy farm organization in the Lower Fraser Valley of British 
Columbia. R.H. Campbell. 1957. 

Dairy farm study on Vancouver Island, 1943-1955. J.G. Carson. 
1957. 

Dairy farmers' account book. 1 944, 1 946. 

Dairy farming in north central British Columbia. B.K.Acton. 1965. 

Dairy farming on Vancouver Island, 1961. M.M. Sorboe and E.D. 
Woodward. 1 964. 

The dairy industry in British Columbia. 1 966. 

Data available from the 1 958 D.B.S. Expenditure and Income Survey, 
with a tentative list of tabulations that the Bureau expects to 
compile from the survey records. D. Dyck. 1963. 



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Demand for cheese in selected Canadian cities. L.E. Drayton. 
1952. 

The demand for meat in Canada. F.M. Schrader. 1953. 

Demand-supply projections for Canadian agriculture - 1980. Z.J. 
Yankowsky and others. 1968. 

Determining consumer preferences in dairy foods. L.E. Drayton. 
1958. 

Developing bush pastures - a management and economic guide. 
J.K. Wiens and R.W. Lodge. 1 972. 

The development and progress of economic classification of lands in 
Saskatchewan and some results of the various studies. R.A. 
Stutt. 1944. 

The dietary results of a food consumption survey on rural families in 
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, 1945-46. 
1948. 

The distribution of Essex County fresh fruits and vegetables, 1951. 
E.A. Haslett and D.W. Ware. 1955. 

An economic analysis of beef cattle - grain operations in west central 
Manitoba. L.M. Johnson and W.J. Craddock. 1 970. 

An economic analysis of cheese factory operations in Ontario. J.F. 
Booth. 1933. 

An economic analysis of cheese factory operations in Quebec. J.F. 
Booth. 1933. 

An economic analysis of creamery operations in New Brunswick. 
C.V. Parker, J.F. Booth and others. 1934. 

An economic analysis of farm power in Alberta and Saskatchewan. 
E.G. Grest. 1936. 

An economic appraisal of proposed agricultural development and 
cattle ranching in the Slave River Lowlands, North West Territories. 
R.A. Stutt. 1968. 

Economic aspects of farm machinery use in crop production, Reston- 
Cromer area, Manitoba, 1 965. M.J. Dubois. 1 966. 

Economic aspects of farm machinery use in crop production in south 
central Manitoba, 1 964. B. E. Tonn. 1 965. 

An economic classification of land... and a study of farm organization 
of the Biggar-Kerrobert-Unity area, Saskatchewan, 1948. J. 
Zeman. 1953. 

An economic classification of land and its relation to farm income, 
Eyebrow-Lacadena area, Saskatchewan, 1939-40. C.C. Spence, 
S. Mysak and R.A. Stutt. 1941. 



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An economic classification of land and its relation to farm types and 
income, Blucher-Colonsay area, Saskatchewan, 1940-41. C.C. 
Spence and E.C. Hope. 1 948. 

An economic classification of land in the Elrose-Rosetown-Conquest 
area, 1944. R.A. Stutt. 1948. 

An economic classification of land in the Govenlock-Eastend-Maple 
Creek area, Saskatchewan, 1 946. R.A. Stutt. 1 946. 

An economic classification of land in the Weyburn Estavan area, 
Saskatchewan, 1 941 . R.A. Stutt and S. Mysak. 1 943. 

An economic study of apple production in the Annapolis Valley; report 
to the individual operator with a summary of his farm business. 
1933. 

An economic study of furrow and sprinkler irrigation of tree fruits in 
the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, 1951. C.H. Ferries and 
J.C.Wilcox. 1955. 

An economic study of land settlement in the Albertville-Garrick area 
of northern Saskatchewan, 1941. E.C. Hope and R.A. Stutt. 
1944. 

Economic study of the marketing and distribution of perishable farm 
produce in the city of Ottawa (Oct. 1936-Sept. 1937) Preliminary 
report. E.P. Reid, B.A. Campbell and F.H. Gorsline. 1938. 

An economic survey of range sheep production in western Canada. 
LE. Kindt. 1933. 

An economic survey of sheep ranching in western Canada. L.E. 
Kindt. 1934. 

Economic surveys in northern settlement areas, n.d. 

The economic utilization of grazing lands in two municipal units 
representative of south central and southwestern Saskatchewan, 
1945. R.A. Stutt and M.E.Andal. 1948. 

Economics of grain-fallow rotations and fertilizer use in the Prairie 
Provinces. J.G. MacKenzie. 1968. 

The economics of grape production in the Okanagan Valley of British 
Columbia. O.G. Dawson and B.K. Acton. 1 972. 

Effect of price on butter sales. G. Lebel. 1 963. 

Egg marketing in Alberta. J.D.F. Kidd. 1967. 

Elementary agricultural air photo interpretation with particular 
reference to eastern Canada. D.J. Packman and L.E. Philpotts. 
1955. 

An enquiry into the relationships between changes in over-all 
productivity and real net return per farm, and between changes in 
total output and real gross return. S.H. Lok. 1961. 



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Equipment on farms in the Plains region of Saskatchewan. J.W. 
Clarke. 1953. 

The establishment of economic farm units in northwestern Saskatch- 
ewan with particular reference to low- productivity land. M. 
Ragush. 1952. 

An evaluation of certain aspects of staff study No.24 of the Economic 
Council of Canada on Canadian Agricultural Productivity. I.F. 
Furniss. 1970. 

The exchange of farming information. H.C. Abell. 1953. 

Exports of Canadian farm products: war and post-war developments. 
F. Shefrin. 1949. 

Factors affecting the weight of market hogs. F. M. Schrader. 1 953. 

Farm account book. 1 955. Rev. 1 958. 

A farm appraisal handbook for eastern Ontario. D.J. Packman. 
1951. 

Farm business and management analysis statements; prepared 
from regional farm business surveys and dairy and poultry account 
book studies. 1951. 

Farm business in the Gilbert Plains and Sifton areas of Manitoba. 
J.G. Mackenzie. 1953. 

A farm business study in central British Columbia, 1 953-1 955. J.W. 
Couston. 1962. 

A farm business study in the Birtle-Shoal Lake area of Manitoba. 
T.O. Riecken. 1953. 

A farm business study in the Fort Vermilion area of Alberta. V. 
Gilchrist. 1954. 

A farm business study in the Fox Valley-Eston-Kindersley area of 
Saskatchewan. T.O. Riecken and M.E.Andal. 1952. 

A farm business study in the Hamiota area of Manitoba. T.O. 
Riecken. 1952. 

A farm business study with particular reference to the relation of farm 
types and land class, Coty- Asquith-Langham area, Saskatche- 
wan. R.A. Stutt. 1943.1949. 

The farm family in Canada. D.Ferris. 1963. 

Farm family living in Lanark County, Ontario, 1947-1948. M.A. 
MacNaughton, J.M. Mann and M.B. Blackwood. 1 950. 

Farm family living in Nicolet County, Quebec, 1947-48. M.A. 
MacNaughton, J.M. Mann and M.B. Blackwood. 1 950. 

Farm income: cash and net, 1 926-1 948. F. Shefrin. 1 949. 

Farm labour in wartime (a survey of farm labour.. .in Canada in 
February and March 1 942). B. A. Campbell and J. Coke. 1 942. 



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The farm lease in Alberta. J.R.S. Jorgens. 1947. 

The farm machinery outlook in the Prairie Provinces. H.L. Patterson. 

1945. 
Farm machinery requirements in Saskatchewan. M.E. Andal and 

J.D. Neilson. 1945. 
Farm mechanization in Ontario and Quebec. J. A. Dawson and L.R. 

Fortier. 1954. 
Farm organization and practices, costs and returns; thin black soil 

zone, central Alberta, 1 965. K. Elgaard. 1 966. 

Farm organization and the cost of producing apples in the Annapolis 
Valley of Nova Scotia. B.A.Campbell. 1940,1946. 

Farm organization in the Creston area of British Columbia, 1947. 
R.C. Blair and E.D. Woodward. 1 951 . 

Farm organization in the Northern Okanagan Valley, British Colum- 
bia. H.W.Trevor and D.W.Ware. 1952. 

Farm organization, income and debt paying capacity in west central 
Alberta. C.C. Spence. 1954. 

Farm power and machinery costs in Alberta, 1950. H.K. Scott. 
1952. 

Farm practices in central Saskatchewan. J.W. Clarke. 1 952. 

Farm practices in the Weyburn loam and Regina heavy clay soils of 
Saskatchewan. M. Ragush and F.F. Cline. 1 953. 

Farm real estate in the Prairie Provinces, 1963-1967. G. Ablasser. 
1969. 

Farmers' estimation of acreage in comparison with measurements 
from aerial photographs, Manitoba, 1 961 . L.E. Philpotts. 1 965. 

Farming in the Armstrong district of Manitoba, 1948. T.O. Riecken. 

1953. 
Farming in the Rocky Mountain Trench of British Columbia in 1955. 

D.C. Crossfield. 1962. 

Farming on bush lands at Debolt - Peace River, Alberta, 1945. B.K. 
Acton. 1949. 

Farming on the Almasippl soils of central Manitoba, 1950. J. P. 
Hudson. 1953. 

A father and son business arrangement for prairie farmers. J.R.S. 
Jorgens. 1947. 

Federal agricultural assistance programs, Canada, 1945-1956. 
M.R.Cameron. 1957. 

Supplement, 1956/57, 1957/58, 1958/62, 1962/63, 1963/64, 1964/65, 1966/ 
67. 

Federal agricultural assistance programs, Canada, 1900-1951. 
M.R. Cameron and F. Shefrin. 1 952. Suppl. 1 953. 



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Federal agricultural marketing and price legislation, Canada 1930 to 
1950. F. Shefrin. 1950. 

Financial analysis of certain independent fruit processors in the 
Niagara Peninsula in Ontario. L.C. RaynerandK.E. Cann. 1963. 

Four years of milk production in Ontario. H.R. Hare. 1942. 

Freeze-dried food. S. E. Kidd. 1 962. 

Fresh fruit and vegetables: what's available, and when. 1 971 . 

Frozen fruit and vegetable production in Canada. D.W. Ware and 
L.E. Drayton. 1957. 

The fruit canning industry of Ontario. E.S. Eaton and G.I. Girard. 
1960. Rev. 1965. 

Function and activities of the Economics Division. J.F. Booth. 
1954,1956. 

A general classification of land for agricultural use by townships, 
Manitoba. S.W. Garland T.O. Riecken. 1963. 

General information on agriculture in Canada. 1 965. 

Grants and subsidies paid by the Federal Department of Agriculture, 
eastern and western Canada, fiscal years 1939-40 to 1953-54. 
1955. 

Growth of the cooperative movement at St. Anselme, Quebec rural 
parish, 1 957. R. Perreault. 1 958. 

Guide for users of the IBM 7040/44 linear programming system. 

B.H. Sonntag. 1966. 
A guide to the preparation of statistical tables. F.M. Schrader and J. 
Coke. 1 950. 

Handbook of agricultural statistics: trends in Canadian agriculture, 
n.d. Supplement, 1960. Rev. 1964. 

History of Canadian agricultural tariffs, 1906-1956. M.I. Dunbabin. 
1956. 

The hog barley ratio. F.M. Schrader. n.d. 

Hog marketing in Grey County, Ontario, 1950. T.S. Rackham. 
1952. 

Income and food consumption. W.C. Hopper. 1943. 

Indexes of physical volume of agricultural production, imports and 
exports. B.A. MacDonald. n.d. 

The influence of prices on the relative consumption of beef and pork. 
G.E. Woollam. 1953. 

Information for members of the staff, n.d. 

Input-output and costs and returns. Small scale market egg 
production on dairy farms in eastern Ontario, 1 961 . F. Lawrence. 
1962. 



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An inventory of agricultural economics research in Canada, 1964 to 
1966. R.A. Stutt. 1967. 

An investigation of farm credit on commercial farms. F.A. Mooney 
and R.S. Rust. 1968. 

Irrigation lands crop production study; all irrigation districts, Alberta, 
1963. LC. Allen and K. Elgaard. 1966? 

Land and farm values, Manitoba, 1961. L.M. Johnson. 1962. 

Land classification in Saskatchewan. Land classification maps. R.A. 
Stutt. 1953. Suppl. 1959. 

Land classification in western Canada. J.Coke. 1940. 

Land requirements for beef production in 1 980. 1 964. 

Land use and part-time farming in Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia. 
J.N. Lewis and S.C. Hudson. 1 942. 

Land use in Durham County, Ontario (Hope and Clarke townships). 
B. A. Campbell and J. Coke. 1 947. 

Little chats on farm management. 1 941 . 

Livestock marketing in western Canada. J.S. Carmichael and T.S. 
Rackham. 1952. 

Location of sheep ranches in British Columbia, Alberta and 
Saskatchewan, n.d. 

Machinery costs in central Alberta. L. M. Johnson. 1 971 . 

Machinery costs in Prairie wheat farms in west central Saskatche- 
wan. L.M.Johnson. 1971. 

Machinery costs on parkland grain-cattle farms in central Alberta. 
L.M.Johnson. 1971. 

Machinery costs on parkland wheat and grain cattle farms in 
northeastern Saskatchewan. L.M.Johnson. 1971. 

Machinery costs on prairie wheat farms in central Saskatchewan. 
L.M.Johnson. 1971. 

Machinery costs on prairie wheat farms in west central Saskatche- 
wan. L.M.Johnson. 1971. 

The machinery situation in the Elrose-Rosetown-Conquest area, 
1944 survey. R.A. Stutt. 1945. 

Manitoba farm land values, 1956-1961. L.M. Johnson and T.O. 
Riecken. 1964. 

The market for eight fresh vegetables in western Canada. E.E.R. 
King. 1962. 

The market for farm products in north-central British Columbia. J.C. 
Maxwell and E.P. Reid. 1 950. 

The market for farm products in north-western Quebec. E.P. Reid 
andH. Dubord. 1947. 



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The market for farm products in the Creston Valley of British 
Columbia, 1946. 1951. 

The market for farm products in the East Kootenay area of British 
Columbia. W.C. Shipley and J. Nairn. 1 953. 

The market for farm products in the Province of Newfoundland, 1 948- 
1950. W.C. Shipley and G. A. O'Brien. 1952. 

The market for farm products in the Sydney area of Nova Scotia. 
E.P. Reid and W.C. Hopper. 1 941 . 

The market for farm products in the town of Smiths Falls. P.J. Thair. 
1946. 

The market for farm products in the West Kootenay area of British 
Columbia. W.C. Shipley and I.F. Furniss. 1 953. 

The market for farm products in urban centres in northern Ontario. 
W.R. Peters and E.P. Reid. 1 945. 

The market for meats in Halifax 1947-1948. W.C. Way and E.P. 
Reid. 1950. 

Marketing boards under provincial legislation, Canada 1957. M.I. 
Dunbabin and W.E.Walker. 1957/ 

Marketing eggs in New Brunswick. G.B.Murray. 1954. 

Marketing margins for selected Canadian agricultural products, 
1 935-1 949. F.W. Hillhouse and F.M. Schrader. 1 950. 

Marketing margins on British Columbia apples. A.E. Richards. 
1942. 

The marketing of feed corn in southwestern Ontario. A preliminary 
report. 1941. 

The marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in Greater Winnipeg. 
R.S. Elliott, B. A. Campbell and P.J. Thair. 1 946. 

The marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in Quebec City. 1 942. 

The marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in the cities of 
Sherbrooke and Three Rivers. 1941. 

The marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in the City of Montreal. 
B. A. Campbell and others. 1 940. 

The marketing of fruits and vegetables in the Halifax trading area, 
1949-1950. J.M.Gray. 1951. 

The marketing of grain corn in southwestern Ontario. A.H. Turner. 
1943. 

The marketing of milk in the Sydney-Glace Bay area of Nova Scotia. 
J.F. Booth and R.P. Longley. 1933. 

The marketing of perishable farm products in Canadian cities. W.C. 
Hopper, n.d. 

Marketing Ontario grain corn. M. Rachlis. 1953. 



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Marshland utilization in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. G. Haase 
and D.J. Packman. 1 953. 

Memorandum on agricultural cooperative associations in Canada, 
including a summary of governmental assistance. 1 935. 

A method of fertilizer input and output analysis for spring wheat on 
fallow and on stubble in the Prairie Provinces. I.F. Furniss. 1 963. 

A methodological note concerning a relocation study undertaken in 
New Brunswick, October 1956. C.M.Jones. 1957. 

A methodological note, concerning the study "Factors involved in the 
choice of alternative farm enterprises in two mixed farming areas 
of Alberta. June-July 1952". H.C. Abell and B.A. MacDonald. 
1952. 

A methodological note, concerning the study "Proposed changes in 

farming enterprises (Changes in farming enterprises within the next 

two or three years, as planned by farm operators in two mixed 

farming areas of Alberta. 1 952)" H.C. Abell and B.A. MacDonald. 

1952. 

The Montreal market for fresh fruits and vegetables; extracts from a 
report submitted to the federal government's Committee on 
Reconstruction. W.C. Hopper. 194-. 

'My' farm record. 1 951 . 1 952? 

National and regional economic models of agriculture. R.K. 
Eyvindson. 1972. 

New look at transportation policy; significance to agriculture of the 
Royal Commission report. E.P. Reid. 1 951 . 

1966-1967 Canada - seasonal duties of fresh fruits and vegetables. 
D.L.Bolton. 1968. 

North American hog/pork study. M.H. Hawkins, R.K. Bennett and 
A.M. Boswell. 1972. 

Ontario Cooperative Union - Statistics of membership, 1948-49. 
1950. 

Ontario's cooperatives, 1946-47. J.E. O'Meara. 1948. 

Opinions about the rural community and rural living, based on a 
questionnaire administered to thirty-one Alberta rural leaders 
during the Rural Leadership Conference, Banff, Alberta, 1959. 
H.C. Abell. 1959. 

Opinions about rural living, based on a questionnaire administered to 
the staff of the Home Economics Service of the Extension Branch of 
the Ontario Department of Agriculture, January 1 959. 1 959. 

Optimum plans for small farms in northeast Saskatchewan. B.H. 
Sonntag. 1967. 



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Organization and returns of stone fruit and pear enterprises in the 
Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, 1949-1950. D.W. Ware. 
1952. 

Organizational characteristics of grain - cattle farms in the Prairie 
Provinces, 1956-1965. T.F.Joyce. 1969. 

Organizational characteristics of grain - cattle - hog farms in the 
Prairie Provinces, 1 956-1 965. T.F. Joyce. 1 970. 

Organizational characteristics of grain farms in the Prairie Provinces, 
1956-1965. T.F.Joyce. 1969. 

Our food costs. L.E.Drayton. 1959. 

The outlook for poultry meat in Canada to 1980; a study of factors 
affecting supply and demand. M.K. Emmery. 1967. 

Outlook in patterns and practices in agriculture in 1980. G.R. 
Purnell. 1969. 

The pattern of mechanization and wartime changes of farms in the 
Elrose-Rosetown-Conquest area of central and west central 
Saskatchewan, 1 944. R.A. Stutt. 1 948. 

Peach handling methods and equipment in Ontario. J.M. Fitzpatrick. 

1955. 
Perishable food requirements of Newfoundland. E.S.Eaton. 1966. 
Pictorial survey of Newfoundland agriculture. E.S. Eaton. 1 959. 

Population in process; a study of social changes affecting selected 
farm operators and their descendants, 1918 to 1949. Dundas 
County, Ontario. N.H. High and M.B. Blackwood. 1 951 . 

Post war settlement of veterans in Alberta. R.A. Benedict. 1 954. 

The potato chip industry in Canada. 1 957. 

Poultry account book. 1 944. 

The poultry enterprise on forty-nine Manitoba farms, 1948-1949. 
O.P. Blaich. 1952. 

Poultry production and marketing in Saskatchewan. A. A. Heidt and 
M.A. Nelson. 1951. 

The preparation of a methodological note. 1 959. 

Preparation of sketch maps. M.I. Dunbabin. 1 954. 

Prices and net returns to the growers of apples in the Okanagan 
Valley. A.E.Richards. 1941. 

Production and storage facilities for frozen fruits and vegetables in 
Canada. L. E. Drayton and D.W. Ware. 1 958. 

Production of sugar beets in southwestern Ontario. I.S. McArthur. 
1941. 

Production of vegetables in wartime gardens in urban centres of 
Canada in 1 943. R. Choquette and W.C. Hopper. 1 944, 1 945. 



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Progress of farmers in an area adjacent to the Saskatchewan-Carrot 
River triangle. J. Zeman. 1954. 

A progress report on the special study of Ontario farm homes and 
homemakers. 1959. 

Proposed changes in farming enterprises. (Changes in farming 
enterprises within the next two or three years, as planned by farm 
operators in two mixed farming areas of Alberta, June and July, 
1952). H.C.Abell. 1953. 

Purpose and instructions in the use of the dairy farmers' account 
book. 1 936. 

Recent developments in the cooperative purchasing of farm supplies. 
A.E.Richards. 1938. 

Recent developments in international trade policy affecting agricul- 
tural products. A.E.Richards. 1952. 

Report of studies on consumer acceptance of grade A lean bacon. 
1957. 

A report on opinions about the rural community and rural living. H.C. 
Abell. 1959. 

Research techniques in the economics of meat production. A 
reference paper in research methodology. H.R. Shaw. 1 953. 

The results of collectivization of Estonian agriculture. E. Jaska. 
1951. 

Review of Canadian agricultural price and marketing arrangements. 
M.I. Dunbabin. 1957. 

A review of the Rural Development Program in the United States of 
America. 1960. 

Rural development research in Canada. R.A. Stutt. 1965. 

Rural young people and their future plans. F. Uhlir and H.C. Abell. 
1953. 

Sales of cheese in selected Canadian cities. L.E. Drayton. 1 953. 

Sampling and field operations in a socio-economic study of farms in 
Prince Edward Island, June 29 to August 1 9, 1 959. D. Dyck and H. 
Marquis. 1959. 

Sampling experience in the Ottawa cheese survey; a methodological 
note. L.E.Drayton. 1953. 

A scale for rating socio-economic levels in rural western Canada. 
F.M. Edwards. 

School milk in Canada. L.E. Drayton, S.E. Kidd and D.W. Oke. 
1961. 

Seasonal changes in quantities of food purchased. C.I. Johnston. 
1960. 



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Seasonal variation in Canadian farm products. I.S. McArthur. 
1942. 

Seasonal variation in prices and production of livestock and livestock 
products. F.M. SchraderandG.E. Woollam. 1953. 

Seeding prairie rangelands; a management and economic guide. 
J.K. Wiens, R.W. Lodge and A. Johnston. 1 969. 

Selected indicators of agricultural land use, average farm occupied 
and improved area and livestock numbers; provinces, counties and 
census divisions. R.A. Stutt. 1967. 

Selected list of published material contributed by members of the 
Economics Division, 1 930 to 1 949. 1 950. 

Selected papers on farm appraisal, distributed by the Ottawa 
chapter, Appraisal Institute of Canada. M.B. Blackwood and G.P. 
Boucher. 1949. 

Services and careers in economics. 1 972. 

Short tales on farm economics, broadcast over C.K.U.A. under the 
auspices of the Agricultural Radio Committee, University of 
Alberta, n.d. 

A socio-economic study of rural areas of P.E.I., 1959. D. Dyck. 
1961. 

Sociological considerations in economic development. H.C. Abell. 
1961. 

Some economic aspects of cooperative business in Canada, 1 948. 
J.E. O'Meara. 1950. 

Some aspects of residence patterns and motorization on Canadian 
farms. H.C. Abell. 1962. 

Some economic and sociological information about the Interlake 
Region of Manitoba, 1960. S.W. Garland and T.O. Riecken. 
1962. 

Some economic aspects of apple production. J. Coke. 1 932. 

Some economic aspects of Cyprian agriculture. C. Varkaris. n.d. 

Some economic aspects of marshland reclamation in the Maritime 
Provinces. G. Haase. 1954. 

Some implications of socio-economic research, with special 
reference to A.R.D.A. D. Dyck. 1 962. 

Some notes on agriculture for presentation to productivity council. 
A.H.Turner. 1963. 

Some observations on the marketing of feeder lambs and breeding 
ewes off ranches in western Canada. L.E. Kindt. 1 934. 

Some suggestions for discussion on range sheep production and 
marketing in western Canada. L.E.Kindt. 1933. 



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South Saskatchewan River project (central Saskatchewan develop- 
ment) summary report of investigations, n.d. Rev. 1 951 . 

Special study of Ontario farm homes and homemakers. Progress 
report no.2-4. H.C. Abell. 1960. 

Spectral reflections of branches from fourteen different fruit trees, 
Kelowna, British Columbia, 1 964. L.E. Philpotts. 1 964. 

Sprinkler irrigation in Alberta, 1 949. H.R. Manery. 1 951 . 

Starting farming in Canada. S. W. Garland. 1 964. Rev. 1 965. 

A statistical analysis of death rates of farm animals in Canada. W.Y. 
Yang. 1 969. 

Statistical basis and requirements for crop insurance programmes. 
M.E.Andal. 1966. 

Statistical handbook, 1 926-1 946. R. Berthiaume. n.d. Rev. 1 946. 

Statistics of production, domestic consumption, imports, exports and 
prices of Canadian farm products, 1 925-1 940. 1 941 . 

Statistics of production, imports, exports, domestic disappearance, 
and prices of various farm products in Canada, 1927-1943. B.A. 
Campbell. Rev. by H.C. Murray. 1 944. 

Statistics of production, imports, exports, domestic disappearance, 
and prices of various farm products in Canada, 1 925-1 945. Rev. by 
M.I. Dunbabin. 1945. 

The strawberry enterprise in Nova Scotia. G.C. Retson and V.A. 
Heighton. 1953. 

Structure and capacity of Canadian agriculture. H. VanVliet. 1970. 

The structure of the Canadian agricultural labor force. A.B. 
Andarawewa. 1 970. 

The structure of the Canadian manufacturing milk and cream 
industry. W.J. White and V.A. Heighton. 1 968. 

A study of apple production in the Okanagan Valley of British 
Columbia, 1949. D.W. Ware, E.D. Woodward and H.W. Trevor. 
1952. 

A study of Canadian manufacturing milk and cream producers. W.J. 
White and V.A. Heighton. 1 967. 

Study of changes in farm organization in Reston-Cromer Area, 
Manitoba, 1 965. L. M. Johnson. 1 966. 

A study of changes in the farm business in the Athabaska area of 
northern Alberta, 1945-1951. K. Elgaard. 1953. 

A study of crop yields in Alberta. H.K.Scott. 1958. 

A study of factors associated with land values in the proposed South 
Saskatchewan River development. D.M. Warren. 1 954. 



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Study of farming and economics and social adjustment problems of 
Foam Lake Saskatchewan, 1961-63. J. Zeman. 1966. 

A study of farms and farm people in Renfrew County Ontario. D. 
Dyck. 1 964. 

A study of rural problems in Madawaska County, New Brunswick. 
G.C. Retson and P.R. L'Ecuyer. 1 963. 

A study of some crop yields in Manitoba. S.W.Garland. 1960. 

A study of the farm business in the Carlyle-Moosomin area of 
southwest Saskatchewan, 1948. G. Haase. 1952. 

A study of the marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in Metropolitan 
Toronto. L.C. Rayner, S.E. Kidd and H. Weijs. 1 964. 

A study of vegetable production and marketing in Saskatchewan. 
K.I.Vick. 1960. 

Summary of progress made in connection with the classification of 
land areas based on suitability for wheat production in the rural 
municipalities of south central Saskatchewan. 1 937. 

A summary of statistics relative to the enquiry into the price of farm 
machinery. G. Haase. 1961. 

Sunflower production on Manitoba farms. G.B. McNeill. 1954. 

Supplemental irrigation in the proposed South Saskatchewan River 
irrigation project. B.H. Sonntag. 1965. 

A survey of Saskatchewan's forage crop program. 1 955. 

Survey of the production and marketing of potatoes in Alberta. W. 
Darcovich and J. A. Parfett. 1 953. 

A survey of the production and marketing of potatoes in Saskatche- 
wan. E.P. Reid and W.F. Ferris. 1 947. 

A synopsis of the dairy enterprise on 81 selected farms in the North 
Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, 1960-1961. B.K. Acton. 
1965. 

Taxation reform. S.C. Hudson. 

Paper presented at the seventeenth annual Rural and Industrial Conference at St. 
Francis Xavier University, August 22, 1939. 

Tomatoes for processing in Quebec. G.I. Girard. 1 964. 

Trends in Canada's agricultural trade pattern. F. Shefrin. 1 965. 

Trends in locker plants and home freezers. L.E. Drayton. 1 956. 

Types of farming in Canada. I. McArthur. 1931. 

Urban family expenditures for certain milk products, 1957. C.I. 
Johnston. 1963. 

The use of aircraft in Canadian agriculture, 1957. L.E. Philpotts. 
1958. 

The use of aerial photo in the change of land use in south-western 
Saskatchewan. L.E. Philpotts. 1957. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 

The variability of and the sources of farm cash income, Canada and 
provinces, 1 926-1 960. D.W. Ware. 1 963. 

Wartime exports of Canadian farm products. F. Shefrin. 1 946. 

Wartime exports of Canadian farm products and post-war develop- 
ments. F. Shefrin. 1947. 

The wartime subsidy program of the Dominion Department of 
Agriculture. F. Shefrin and M.R. Cammeron. 1 946, 1 947. 

Water allocation and utilization in the Saskatchewan River Basin. 
1961. 

The wholesale marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in the city of 
Montreal, 1937; a preliminary report prepared for the Quebec 
Pomological Society's annual meeting, Jan. 1 940. B.A. Campbell, 
A. Gosselin and W.C. Hopper. 1 940. 

The wholesale marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in the city of 
Toronto. W. F. Chown and W.C. Hopper. 1 938. 

Woodlots on Ontario farms. D.J. Packman. 1953. 

World agriculture. J. F. Booth. 1958. 

Engineering Research Service. 

Numbered series. 

ERDA supplement. 

1 Post-frame wall construction for farm buildings. J.E. Turnbull. 

1968. 

2 Current agricultural engineering research and development projects 

in Canada, 1969. 1969. 

3 Current agricultural engineering research and development projects 

in Canada, 1970. 1970. 

4 Current agricultural engineering research and development projects 

in Canada, 1971. 1971. 

5 Current agricultural engineering research and development projects 

in Canada, 1972. 1972. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Contribution. 1, 1961- 

No.7, 32, 35, 49, 50, 64 not issued. Some numbers also issued as its Engineering 
specifications. 

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Serials and Periodicals cont. 



ERDA: Engineering research and development in agriculture. 1, 

1968- 

Supersedes Genie. 

Engineering specifications, no. 1 , 1 960?- 

Genie. 1-14,1962-67// 

Superseded by ERDA: Engineering research and development in agriculture. 

Research report. 1 960/66- 



Miscellaneous publications. 



SCR - an answer to light control; economy and minimum heat 
dissipation in high-amperage circuits are among advantages. E.J. 
Brach, G.B. Hergert and W.J. Mason. 1 965? 

Entomology Division 

Established in 1883. Called 1887-1909, Division of Entomology and 

Botany; 1910-13, Division of Entomology; 1914-38, Entomological Branch. 

Abolished in 1959 and replaced by the Entomology Research Institute. 



Numbered series. 



Bulletin. 



1 The Destructive Insect and Pest Act and Regulations issued 

thereunder. C.G.Hewitt. 1911. 

2 The honey bee; a guide to apiculture in Canada. C.G.Hewitt. 1912. 

3 Cutworms and army worms. A.Gibson. 1912. 

4 The control of insect pests in Canada. C.G.Hewitt. 1912. 

5 The large larch sawfly with an account of its parasites, other natural 

enemies and means of control. C.G.Hewitt. 1912. 

6 Legislation in Canada to prevent the introduction and spread of 

insects, pests and diseases destructive to vegetation, with 
regulations regarding the importation of vegetation into Canada. 
C.G.Hewitt. 1912. 

7 Forest insect conditions in British Columbia - a preliminary survey. 

J.M. Swaine. 1914. 

8 The strawberry root weevil in British Columbia, with notes on other 

insects attacking strawberry plants in the Lower Fraser Valley. 
R.C. Treherne. 1914. 

9 The army-worm. A.Gibson. 1915. 

10 Cutworms and their control. A.Gibson. 1915. 



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Bulletin cont. 

No. 

1 1 The hessian-fly and the western wheat-stem sawfly in Manitoba, 

Saskatchewan and Alberta. N. Criddle. 1915. 

12 The cabbage root maggot and its control in Canada, with notes on 

imported onion maggot and the seed-corn maggot. A. Gibson and 
R.C. Treherne. 1916. 

13 The army cutworm, Euxoa (Chorizagrotis) auxillaris Grote. E.H. 

Strickland. 1916. 

14 Canadian bark-beetles. J.M. Swaine. 1917-18. 

15 The pear thrips (Taeniothrips inconsequens Uzel) and its control in 

British Columbia. A.E. Cameron and R.C. Treherne. 1 91 8. 

1 6 The apple bud-moths and their control in Nova Scotia. G.E. Sanders 

andA.G. Dustan. 1919. 

1 7 The fruit worms of the apple in Nova Scotia. G.E. Sanders and A.G. 

Dustan. 1919. 

18 Studies in North American Cleorini (Geometridae). J.H. McDun- 

nough. 1920. 

19 The natural control of the fall webworm (Hyphantria cunea Drury) in 

Canada, together with an account of its several parasites. J.D. 
Tothill. 1922. 

20 The morphology and biology of a Canadian cattle-infesting black fly. 

A.E.Cameron. 1922. 

21 Insects affecting greenhouse plants. A. Gibson and W.A. Ross. 

1922. 

22 Biological notes on parasites of prairie cutworms. E.H. Strickland. 

1923. 

23 North American cerambycid larvae. F.C.Craighead. 1923. 

24 Insects affecting livestock. S. Hadwen. 1 923. 

25 Studies on the spruce budworm (Cacoecia fumiferana Clem.) J.M. 

Swaine, F.C. Craighead and I. W. Bailey. 1 924. 

26 Grasshoppers of British Columbia. R.C. Treherne and E.R. Buckell. 

1924. 

27 The Colorado potato beetle in Canada. A. Gibson and others. 

1925. 

28 The more important shade tree insects and their control. J.M. 

Swaine and C.B. Hutchings. 1 926. 

29 Insects of the flower garden and their control. A.Gibson. 1928. 

30 Household insects and their control. A. Gibson and C.R. Twinn. 

1929. 

31 Grasshopper control in Canada east of the Rocky Mountains. N. 

Criddle. 1931. 

32 Vegetable insects and their control. A.G. Dustan. 1932. 



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Bulletin cont. 

No. 

33 Insects and allied parasites injurious to livestock and poultry in 
Canada. E. Hearle. 1938. 

Circular. 

Continued in Dept. of Agricultue. Circular. 

1 Tent caterpillars. J.M. Swaine. 1913. 

2 Flea-beetles and their control. A.Gibson. 1913. 

3 The chinch-bug in Ontario. H.F.Hudson. 1914. 

4 Instructions to importers of trees, plants and other nursery stock into 

Canada. C.G.Hewitt. 1914. 

5 The control of locusts in eastern Canada. A.Gibson. 1915. 

6 The control of cutworms in the Prairie Provinces. E.H. Strickland. 

1916. 

7 Results from spraying in Nova Scotia. G.E. Sanders and W.H. 

Brittain. 1916. 

8 Spraying for insects affecting apple orchards in Nova Scotia. G.E. 

Sanders and W.H. Brittain. 1 91 6. 

9 Common garden insects and their control. 1 91 7. Rev. 1 921 . 

10 Regulations under the Destructive Insect and Pest Act, with 

instructions to importers and exporters of trees, plants and other 
nursery stock. C.G.Hewitt. 1917. 

1 1 The white-marked tussock moth and its control on shade and orchard 

trees. J.M. Swaine and G.E. Sanders. 1918. 

12 Directions for collecting and preserving insects. J.H. McDunnough. 

1919. 

13 Locust control in the Prairie Provinces. N. Criddle. 1920. 

1 4 Boring caterpillars affecting corn and other crops and which are liable 

to be mistaken for the European corn borer. A. Gibson. 1 920. 

15 The control of bark-beetle outbreaks in British Columbia. R. 

Hopping. 1921. 

Crop protection leaflet 

Continued in Dept. of Agriculture. Circular. 

1 Protection of crops. 1917. 

2 Prepare to protect your crops next season. 1917. 

3 Cutworms and their control. A.Gibson. 1918. 

4 Root maggots and their control. A.Gibson. 1918. 

5 Prevent white grub injury. A.Gibson. 1918. 

6 How to control locusts or grasshoppers. A.Gibson. 1918. 

7 Rats and mice; destroyers of grain and food. C.G.Hewitt. 1918. 

8 Aphids or plant-lice. W.A.Ross. 1918. 



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Crop protection leaflet cont. 

No. 

9 The pea weevil. A.Gibson. 1918. 

10 Arsenate of lime. G.E.Sanders. 1918. 

1 1 The date on which it is safe to re-seed fields in the Prairie Provinces 

after they have been devastated by cutworms. E.H. Strickland. 
1920. 

1 2 The beet webworm. E.H. Strickland and N. Criddle. 1 920. 

1 3 The European corn borer. A. Gibson and L.S. McLaine. 1 920. 

14 The control of grasshoppers. A.Gibson. 1921. 

15 The pale western cutworm. H.L. Seamans and E.H. Strickland. 

1921. 

16 The control of the European corn borer. A.Gibson. 1921. 

Processed publication. 

1 Progress report on grasshopper bait investigations, Canadian 

Prairies, 1 941 . R.H. Handford. 1 941 . Rev. 1 942, 1 943. 

2 Spray calendar for nursery stock, 1944. W.A. Ross and W.L. 

Putman. 1 944. Rev. 1 947. 

3 The dieback of birch in the Maritime region. R.E. Balch. 1944. 

4 Grain storage problems on farms in western Canada. H.E. Gray and 

B.N. Smallman. 1944. 

5 Instructions for collecting and recording cattle lice. 1 944. 

6 Cattle louse control. 1 944. 

7 The carrot rust fly, a new pest in British Columbia. R. Glendenning. 

1944. 

8 Saskatchewan sawfly control blocks- 1943. K.M.King. 1944. 

9 Applying wheat stem sawfly control to strip farming in severely 

infested areas. C.W. Farstad and K.M. King. 1 944. 

1 Second report of Committee on Grasshopper Research appointed by 

the American Association of Economic Entomologists. Part III. 
Work conducted in Canada. R.D. Bird. 1944. 

11 Anopheles mosquito survey in Canada. C.R. Twinn. 1944. 

1 2 Control of insects attacking vegetables under glass. W.A. Ross and 

G.G. Dustan. 1944. 

13 Not published 

1 4 Control of wheat stem sawfly in the Prairie Provinces. C.W. Farstad, 

K.M. King and R. Glen. 1 944. 

15 Manual for sawfly control workers in Saskatchewan. C.W. Farstad, 

K.M. King and R. Glen. 1 944. 

1 6 Manual for sawfly control workers in Alberta. C.W. Farstad and L. A. 

Jacobson. 1 945. 



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Processed publication cont. 

No. 

17 Report on the 1944 anopheline mosquito survey in Canada. C.R. 

Twinn. 1944. 

1 8 Control of white grubs in Ontario in 1 945. G.H. Hammond and R.W. 

Thompson. 1 945. 

1 9 Summary of DDT investigations (second report). W. A. Ross. 1 945. 

20 Summary. Short course for grain elevator personnel under the 

auspices of the Board of Grain Commissioners for Canada and the 
Dominion Department of Agriculture. Toronto - Montreal - Fort 
William - Vancouver, February-March, 1945. H.E. Gray and B.N. 
Smallman. 1945. 

21 The European earwig. R. Glendenning. 1945. Rev. 1953. 

22 The tuber flea beetle in British Columbia and its control. R. 

Glendenning. n.d. 

23 Protection of skidways against attack by sawyer beetles. 1 945. 

24 Dust explosions; summary of a talk by H. Mabson, Industrial Accident 

Prevention Associations, at the Toronto session, February 6th, 
1945. 

25 Use of DDT in practical experiments and demonstrations. C.R. 

Twinn. 1945. 

26 Common grape insects in Ontario and their control. W.A. Ross and 

T. Armstrong. 1 945. Rev. 1 949. 

27 Third report of Committee on Grasshopper Research appointed by 

the American Association of Economic Entomologists. Part 3. Work 
conducted in Canada. R.H. Handford. 1945. 

28 A potent new insecticide - 666, hexachlorobenzene or gammexane. 

W.A.Ross. 1945. 

29 The oat nematode in Ontario. A. D. Baker and L.J. Chapman. 1946. 

30 The sugar-beet nematode in Ontario. A.D.Baker. 1945. 

31 A new type of killing bottle and jar. H. Raizenne. 1945. 

32 How to inflate insect larvae. H. Raizenne. 1945. 

33 The bed bug and its control. C.R. Twinn. 1 945. Rev. 1 953. 

34 Ethylene dichloride for the control of the peachtree borer. T. 

Armstrong. 1945. 

35 The grape leaf hopper on Virginia creeper. G. F. Manson. 1 945. 

36 Termite control in Ontario. E.B. Watson and R.W. Thompson. 

1945. 

37 Tentative recommendations for the use of DDT against agricultural 

pests in 1946. n.d. 

38 Insect control in lumber camps with DDT. C.R. Twinn and R.E. 

Balch. 1946. 



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Processed publication cont. 

No. 

39 How to use DDT in lumber camps. C.R. Twinn and R.E. Batch. 

1946. 

40 Spray schedules for pear orchards especially subject to pear psylla 

and codling moth. W.A. Ross and T. Armstrong. 1 946. 

41 The use of DDT on vegetable crops. A.G. Dustan. 1946. 

42 How to foretell and control outbreaks of white grubs. G.H. 

Hammond. 1946. 

43 Bugs causing scarring of peaches. W.A. Ross and W.L. Putman. 

1946. 

44 Common strawberry insects in Ontario and their control. W.A. Ross 

andW.G. Garlick. 1946. 

45 The common insects which attack the corn plant in New Brunswick. 

R.P. Gorham. 1946. 

46 Control of the currant fruitfly on the Canadian Prairies. R.D. Bird. 

1946. 
Rev. by W.R. Allen and R.D. Bird. 1948. 
Rev. by H. Andison H.R. Richardson and A.G.Robinson. 1950. 

47 Use DDT on potatoes in 1946. A.G. Dustan. 1946. 

48 The tuber flea beetle in British Columbia and its control. H.G. Fulton 

and R. Glendenning. 1 946. 

49 Control of the more injurious bark beetles of the Canadian Rocky 

Mountain region. G.R. Hopping. 1946. 

50 A potent new insecticide benzine hexachloride or 666. W.A. Ross. 

1946. 

51 The control of cutworms in tobacco fields. D.A. Arnott and H.W. 

Goble. 1946. 

Rev. as: Control of tobacco cutworms. C.J. Fox and H.W. Goble. 1 948. 

52 The carrot rust fly, a new pest in British Columbia. R. Glendenning. 

1946. 

53 Results of grasshopper investigations during 1945. Part 3. Work 

conducted in Canada. R.H. Handford. 1945. 

54 Cultural control of grasshoppers in Alberta. R.M.White. 1946. 

55 Sericulture and its prospects in Canada. C.G. MacNay. 1 946. 

56 Tobacco hornworm control in eastern Canada. G.M. Stirrett. 1 946. 

Rev. as: Control of hornworms attacking tobacco in eastern Canada. G.M. Stirrett 
and C.J. Fox. 1948. 

57 The round headed apple tree borer. C.E. Petch. 1 946. 

58 The armyworm of grain fields; an occasional field pest in New 

Brunswick. R.P. Gorham. 1946. 

59 The lodgepole pine needle miner in western Canadian parks. G.R. 

Hopping. 1946. 



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Processed publication cont. 

No. 

60 The spruce budworm and forest management in the Maritime 

Provinces. R.E. Balch. 1946. 

61 Control of European red mite on apples. W. A. Ross. 1 947. 

62 Pale western cutworm control. L.A. Jacobson and H. MacDonald. 

1947,1949. 

63 Cutworms in Prince Edward Island. F.M.Cannon. 1947. 

64 Recommendations for the use of DDT against agricultural insect 

pests in 1 947. W. A. Ross. 1 947. 

65 Livestock insect control with DDT. C.R. Twinn. 1947. 

66 Control of the strawberry weevil. C.W.B. Maxwell. 1947. 

67 Control of lygus bugs in alfalfa seed fields in Saskatchewan. H. 

McMahonand A. P. Arnason. 1947. 

68 A simple plough-equipment for applying liquid fumigants to the soil. 

K.M. King and H. Andison. 1 947. 

69 Standard control recommendations for the gladiolus thrips. A. 

Dustan. 1947. Rev. 1952. 

70 Slug control in British Columbia. R. Glendenning. 1947. 

71 The control of aphids in field and garden in British Columbia. R. 

Glendenning. 1947. 

72 The sweetclover weevil. R.D. Bird. 1948. 

73 Sprays and dusts for grasshopper control. L.G. Putnam. 1948. 

Rev. 1949. 

74 Tentative recommendations for the use of benzene hexachloride in 

the control of wireworms in tobacco soils. C.J. Fox. 1 948. 

75 Grasshopper control in Saskatchewan. 1 948. 

76 Control of the European corn borer in sweet corn. H.B. Wressell. 

1948. 

77 Field identification of potato aphids. L.A. Dionne. 1 948. 

78 Control of root weevils in British Columbia. H. Andison. 1 948. Rev. 

1953. 

79 Control of the western raspberry fruitworm in British Columbia. H. 

Andison. 1948. 

80 Seed-corn maggot. A. G. Dustan. 1948. 

Rev. as: Control of the seed-corn maggot. L.A. Miller and A.G. Dustan. 1 954. 

81 Cutworms. H. McDonald. 1948. 

82 Aphids. W.G. Matthewman. 1948. 

83 Flea beetles. R.D. Bird. 1948. 

84 Blister beetles. G.F. Manson. 1 948. 

85 Slug control in Canada. R. Glendenning. n.d. Rev. 1952. 

86 Grasshoppers. R.H. Handford. 1948. 

Rev. as: Control of grasshoppers in vegetable crops and orchards. R.H. Handford 
and L.G. Putnam. 1953. 

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Processed publication cont. 

No. 

87 Wireworms. K.M. King, A. P. ArnasonandG.F. Manson. 1948. 

88 White grubs. G.H.Hammond. 1948. 

Rev. as: Control of white grubs in Eastern Canada. 1953. 

89 Onion maggot. A.G. Dustan. 1948. 

90 Cabbage maggot. W.G. Matthewman. 1948. 

91 Carrot rust fly. R. Glendenning and H.G. Fulton. 1 948. Rev. 1 951 . 

92 Colorado potato beetle. F.M. Cannon. 1 951 . 

93 Potato leafhopper. F.M. Cannon. 1 951 . 

94 Potato flea beetle. F.M.Cannon. 1949. 

95 Potato aphids. J.B.Adams. 1948. 

96 Tuber flea beetle. R. Glendenning and C.L. Neilson. 1951. 

97 Cabbage caterpillars in Canada. W.G. Matthewman and D.G. 

Harcourt. 1953. 

98 Pea aphid. J.B. Maltais. 1948. 

99 Tomato hornworm. C.J. Fox. 1 948. 

100 Red turnip beetle. A. P. Arnason. 1948. 

101 The striped cucumber beetle. W.G. Matthewman. 1951. 

102 Squash bug. J.E. Armand. 1948. Rev. 1951. 

103 Asparagus beetles. J.E. Armand. 1948. Rev. 1949, 1951. 

104 European corn borer. H.B. Wressell. 1948. 

Rev. as: The European corn borer and its control in sweet corn. 1951, 1954. 

105 Cornearworm. D.D. Pond. 1948. 

106 Onion thrips. J.E. Armand. 1948. Rev. 1951. 

107 Pea moth. R. Glendenning. 1948. 

108 The use of thermosetting plastic for the preservation of leaves in 

natural colour. H. Raizenne. 1949. 

1 09 Cockroaches and their control. C.G. MacNay. 1 949. Rev. 1 953. 

110 The oriental fruit moth in Ontario. G.G. Dustan and H.R. Boyce. 

1949. 

111 Wireworm control in the Prairie Provinces. A. P. Arnason and W.B. 

Fox. 1948. 

1 1 2 Control of borers attacking peach trees. T. Armstrong. 1 950. 

113 Mole control in British Columbia. R. Glendenning. 1951. 

114 The control of insects infesting food materials in the home. C.G. 

MacNay. 1951. 

115 Grasshopper control. R.H. Handford and L.G. Putnam. 1951. 

116 The bramble leafhopper. H. Andison. 1950. 

117 The narcissus bulb fly and its control in British Columbia. H. 

Andison. 1951. 



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Processed publication cont. 

No. 

118 Protection of farm-stored grain in western Canada. H.E. Gray and 

B.N. Smallman. 1 950. Rev. 1 953. 

119 A home-made sprayer for attachment to a tractor take-off. H. 

Andison. 1951. 

120 Control of the yellow-headed spruce sawfly in the agricultural areas 

of the Prairie Provinces. 1 950. 

121 Control of the pine needle scale in the Prairie Provinces. L.O.T. 

Peterson. 1950. 122 Control of the fall cankerworm in farm 
shelter belts in the Prairie Provinces. L.O.T. Peterson and F.R. 
Hammond. 1950. 

123 Winter (horse) and spring (cattle) ticks and their control. J.D. 

Gregson. 1951. 

124 Ants and their control in Canada. C.G. MacNay. 1953. 

125 Control of wireworms in Nova Scotia. C.J.S. Fox and M.E. Neary. 

1953. 

126 Protecting cover crops and fall-sown grains from grasshopper 

damage in the Prairie Provinces. L.G.Putnam. 1953. 

1 27 The black widow spider. F.J. O'Rourke. 1 953. 

Research notes series. 

1 Effect of benzene hexachloride on the odour and flavour of fruit. 

M.D. Proverbs. 1948. 

2 Summary of parathion investigations, 1948. A.W. McPhee. 1949. 

3 Condition of birch in northern Ontario and summary of present status 

of birch "dieback" in Quebec and the Maritime Provinces, 1948. 
G.W. Barter. 1949. 

4 Summary of parathion investigation, 1949. W.S. McLeod. n.d. 

5 Summary of aldrin and dieldrin investigations, 1950. W.S. McLeod. 

1951. 

6 Present status of orchard acaricides in Canada. W.S. McLeod. 

1951. 

7 Summary investigations on systemic insecticides in Canada. W.S. 

McLeod. 1951. 

8 Screening tests of ten contact insecticides on the wheat stem sawfly, 

Cephus cinctus Hort. N.D. Holmes and H. Hurtig. 1 952. 

9 Report on acaricide investigations, 1 948-53. T. Armstrong. 1 954. 

10 A mobile laboratory for field research in entomology and insect 

pathology. R.B. BairdandC.F. Nicholls. 1955. 

11 Survey of commercial application of agricultural chemicals in 

Canada. A.W. A. Brown. 1956. 



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Research notes series cont. 

No. 

12 List of insects and mites affecting tree fruits in Canada. C.G. 
MacNayandl.S. Creelman. 1958. 

Special circular. 

The balsam woolly aphid. 1936. 

The black headed budworm. R.E. Balch. 1932. 

The eastern spruce bark-beetle. J.M.Swaine. 1930. 

The eastern spruce sawfly. R.E. Balch. 1 934. Rev. 1 936. 

The European pine shoot moth. J.J. deGryse. 1934. 

The European spruce sawfly. R.E. Balch. 1 934. Rev. 1 936. 

The hemlock looper. J.M. Swaine. 1 930. 

The jack pine sawfly. M.B.Dunn. 1931. 

The larch sawfly. E.B. Watson. 1 931 . 

Sawyer beetles in pine, spruce and balsam fir. M.B.Dunn. 1930. 

The spruce budworm and its control. J.M.Swaine. 1930. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Biological control of the European pine shoot moth, Rhyacionia 
buoliana (Schiff.) Annual technical report. 1 954-56//? 

Biology and control studies of biting flies. Program. 1 949-55/ / ? 

Contribution, no.l-3940?, 19.. -59// 

Entomological projects in Canada, conducted by institutions other 
than Canada Department of Agriculture. 1 951-56//? 

Province of Manitoba grasshoppers egg survey and forecast: map. 
1942/43-48/49//? 

Report. 1884-1920// 

Title varies: 1884-85, Report of the Entomologist; 1887-1906/07, Report of the 
Entomologist and Botanist; 1 909/ 10-11/12, Report of the Dominion Entomologist. 
Report for 1886 never published. 

Results of grasshopper investigations conducted in Canada. 1-7, 

1942-48//? 

Issued as part 3 of American Association of Economic Entomologists. Grasshop- 
per Research Committee. Results of grasshopper investigations. 

Summary of claims acceptable for labels of Canadian insecticides 
and miticides. 1-6, 1951-57// 

Summary of Saskatchewan grasshopper infestations and ratings of 
probable outbreaks. 1 936?-39/ / ? 



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Miscellaneous publications. 

Apple insects. J. Fletcher, n.d. 

The apple maggot, n.d. (Poster) 

Applied entomology in Manitoba. 1 940. 

Bedbugs, fleas and lice, and methods of combating them. A. Gibson 
andC.R. Twinn. 1935. 

Black-fly control in Canada. C.R. Twinn and D.G. Peterson. 1 954. 

The black widow spider. H.L. Seamans. 1939. 

Canadian forest insects. 1931-4. 

Carpet beetles and their control. 1 948. 

Cattle warbles and their control. 1 954. 

Clothes moths and methods of controlling them. 1 953. 

Common farm insects. R.P. Gorham. 1 938. Rev. 1 941 . 

Common field and garden insects (Eastern Canada), n.d. 

Common strawberry insects. R.P. Gorham. 1938. 

Conference of officers. 1 927, 1 934. 

Conference of officers in charge of eastern laboratories and 
inspection ports, Ottawa, November 30-December 2, 1 925. 1 925. 

Conference on biological methods of controlling insect pests, 
Belleville, 1936. 1936. 

The control of fleas. 1 952. 

Control of insects in farm-stored grain in western Canada. H.E. Gray 
andF.L Watters. 1953. 

Control of insects in stored grain. C.R. Twinn. n.d. 

Control of the onion maggot in the Prairie Provinces. A.G. Dustan. 
1935. 

Control of vegetable insects in the far north. A.G. Dustan. n.d. 

Control of white grubs in potatoes. G.H. Hammond. 1 940. 

Cutworm outbreak expected in 1931 in Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
1931. 

Entomology in Canada, with special reference to developments 
within the Dominion Department of Agriculture. A Gibson. 1949. 

The European corn borer. 1 926. 

European corn borer quarantine map of Ontario. 1 923. 

The European spruce sawfly outbreak in 1935. R.E. Balch. 1935. 

Examples of first page of manuscript for publication. 1 954. 

Excerpts from the Report of the Biological Control Unit, Oct. 1952. 
Forest insects. 1 952. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Flax insects in Saskatchewan. H. McDonald. 1 942. 

Flax insects in Saskatchewan; a preliminary report. K.M. King and 
others. 1942. 

Flies and their control. 1954. 

Forest entomology in the Province of Ontario; a brief presented 
before the Ontario Royal Commission on Forestry. 1 946. 

General information and recommendations on preparing manu- 
scripts. R.H.Wigmore. 1958. 

The gladiolus thrips. A.G. Dustan. 1938. 

The grape leafhopper (Erythroneura comes Say.), a pest of 
ornamental vines. L.O.T. Peterson. 1942. 

Grasshopper forecast, 1941. (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta). 
1943. (3 Posters) 

Hazards and precautions in the fumigation of bulk grain. J.W. Arnold 
and D. Henderson, n.d. 

Horn-fly control on beef cattle in the Prairie Provinces. R.H. Painter. 
1953. 

How to deal with house-fly danger. C.G. Hewitt. 3rd ed. 1915. 
(Poster) 

The identification of the commoner root maggots of garden crops in 
Canada. A.R.Brooks. 1949. 

Index to entomological publications of the Department of Agriculture, 
1884-1936. C.E. Petch. 1938. 

Insect outlook for 1 940, south-west Saskatchewan. 1 939. 

Insect pests of flax in Alberta. 1 942. 

Instructive guide for northern insect survey parties. T.N. Freeman. 
1950. 

The life history and behaviour of the face fly, musca autumnalis de 
Geer. H.J. Teskey. n.d. 

List of processed publications issued by the Division of Entomology, 
Dominion Department of Agriculture. 1 947, 1 948. 

ME-1 Manual of Arctic survival and useful Eskimo words. T.N. 
Freeman. 1950. 

Minutes of conference of officers of western laboratories of the 
Veterinary and Medical Entomology unit, at the Livestock Insect 
Laboratory, Lethbridge, Alberta, October 25-29, 1 954. 1 954. 

Minutes of the conference on further research on systematic 
insecticides for livestock insect control, Room 375, Science 
Service Bldg. , Ottawa, Sept. 4,5, and 6, 1 957. 1 957. 

Mosquito control in Canada. C.R. Twinn and D.G. Peterson. 1 953. 

The oat nematode in Ontario. A.D. Baker and L.J. Chapman. 1 944. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont 



Outline for report on entomology in the Canada Department of 
Agriculture, with special reference to the Division of Entomology. 
1953. 
Parathion poisoning. W.A.Ross. 1949. 
Processed publications available. 1 952. 
Progress report on biting-fly studies. C.R. Twinn. 1 953. 
Project record system and classified list of projects. 1 952, 1 954. 
Protect farm stored grain, n.d. 

Public hearings: Plant Quarantine and Control Administration, 
Washington, D.C., March 24th to 28th, 1932. Reported by L.S. 
McLaine. 1932? 

References to insects on sunflowers in Saskatchewan in publications 
of the Entomological laboratory, Saskatoon, and in annual 
summaries of the Division of entomology, n.d. 

Renewed cutworm outbreak expected in 1 932 in Saskatchewan and 
Alberta. 1932. 

Report of the conference on grasshopper research held at Lincoln, 
Nebraska, September 11-14,1 945. 1 945. 

Report of the Division of Entomology Special Program Committee. 
1953. 

Report of the Fruit Insect Unit. 1 954. 

Report of the meeting of the Great Plains conference of entomolo- 
gists, Itasca Park, Minnesota August 9-1 0, 1 934. 1 934. 

Report on a visit to the United Kingdom, Sept.-Oct. 1951. C.R. 
Twinn. 1951. 

Report on mosquito control work conducted in the Ottawa District 
during 1927. C.R. Twinn. 1927. 

A report on mosquitoes and mosquito control in Prince Edward Island, 
with special reference to P.E.I. National Park. C.R. Twinn. 1 953. 

Report on the spruce sawfly outbreak. 5th report. R.E. Balch. 1 936. 

Report to the Dominion Entomologist on an investigation made 
regarding reported insect infestations in Canadian flour in 
Barbados and Trinidad. C.R. Twinn. 1933. 

Review of economic entomology in Canada, 1948-1954. R. Glen. 
1954. 

A review of the developments in Canada in entomology and methods 
of entomological control in the last five years. A. Gibson. 1 935. 

Reviews of literature on insecticides. I. Systematic insecticides. 
W.S. McLeod. 1949. 

Short course of instruction on forest insects for members of forest 
protection staff. A. W. A. Brown. 1 939. Rev. 1 944. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Some remarks and suggestions relating to photography as bearing 
on the methods and processing of photography used by the 
entomologist in the field and field laboratory. F. Hennessey. 
1935. 

The squash vine borer. L.A.Miller. 1954. 

The strawberry weevil. R.P. Gorham. 1936. 

Summary of experiments with DDT at Vineland station, Ontario. 
1944. 

Summary report on biting-fly studies in Canada in 1 956. C.R. Twinn. 
1956. 

Supplementary information on the control of clothes moths and 
carpet beetles. C.G. MacNay. 1953. 

Survey of the Okanagan Valley fruit orchards for soil inhabiting and 
root parasitic nematodes, June 1 955. R. H. Mulvey. 1 957. 

The wheat stem sawfly situation in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 
Alberta for 1941. n.d. 

The wireworm problem in field crops of western Canada, a summary. 
K.M. King and R. Glen. 1936. 

Exhibition Branch 

One thousand facts about Canada. 1 905. 
Pulpwood of Canada. G.Johnson. 1904. 

Experimental Farms Service. 

Name of service varies: Experimental Farms; Experimental Farms Branch; 

Experimental Farms System; Experimental Farms and Stations; Central 
Experimental Farm. Consolidated in 1959 with the Science Service to form 

the Research Branch. 

Numbered series 



Bulletin. 

1 Organization and progress of work. 1 887. 

2 Testing and vitality of seeds. W. Saunders. 1 887. 

3 Smuts affecting wheat. J.Fletcher. 1888. 

4 Part I. Ladoga wheat. W. Saunders. Part II. Report on the 

chemical composition and physical characters of Ladoga, Red Fife 
and other varieties of wheat. FT. Shutt. 1889. 

5 Strawberry culture. W.W. Hilborn. 1889. 



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Bulletin cont. 

No. 

6 Barley. W.Saunders. 1890. 

7 Can good two-rowed barley be grown in Canada? Recent opinion of 

maltsters, brewers and corn brokers in Great Britain on Canadian 
two-rowed barley, the growth of 1 889. W. Saunders. 1 890. 

8 Results of early and late seeding of barley, oats and spring wheat. 

W.Saunders. 1891. 

9 Results of the growth of two-rowed barley from seed imported by the 

Government of Canada. W.Saunders. 1891. 

10 Treatment of apple scab, grape and gooseberry mildew. J. Craig. 

1891. 

1 1 Recommendations for the prevention of damage by some common 

insects of the farm, the orchard and the garden. J. Fletcher. 
1891. 

1 2 I. Indian corn or maize as a fodder plant. W. Saunders. II. Report on 

the chemical composition of certain varieties of Indian corn. FT. 
Shutt. 1891. 

13 Report on the progress of the work of the Experimental Farms of the 

Dominion of Canada; evidence given before the Committee on 
Agriculture and Colonization of the House of Commons, June 2d, 
1891. W.Saunders. 1891. 

14 The horn fly. J.Fletcher. 1892. 

15 Experiments in the fattening of swine. J.W.Robertson. 1892. 

16 Experiments in the feeding of steers. J.W.Robertson. 1892. 

17 Cherries. J.Craig. 1892. 

18 Ladoga wheat. W.Saunders. 1893. 

19 Grasses; their uses and composition. J. Fletcher and FT. Shutt. 

1893. 

20 Tuberculosis. W. Saunders and J. W. Robertson. 1894. 

21 Results of experiments with early, medium and late sowing of grain. 

W.Saunders. 1895. 

22 Raspberries. J.Craig. 1895. 

23 1. Spraying for the prevention of fungous diseases. 2. Injurious 

insects. 3. Potato blights. 4. Black knot of the plum and cherry. 
J. Craig and J. Fletcher. 1 895. 

24 Results obtained in 1 895 from trial plots of important farm crops. W. 

Saunders. 1896. 

25 Flax. W.Saunders. 1896. 

26 Results obtained in 1896 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn and 

roots. W.Saunders. 1897. 

27 Strawberries. J.Craig. 1897. 

28 Weeds. J.Fletcher. 1897. 



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Bulletin cont. 

No. 

29 Results obtained in 1897 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn and 

roots. W. Saunders. 1 898. 

30 Tobacco culture. W.Saunders. 1898. 

31 Barnyard manure; its nature, functions, composition, fermentation, 

preservation and application. F.T. Shutt. 1 898. 

32 Results obtained in 1898 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn and 

roots. W.Saunders. 1898. 

33 Experiments in pork production. J.H. Grisdale. 1899. 

34 Results obtained in 1899 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field 

roots and potatoes. W. Saunders. 1 899. 

35 The stave silo. J.H. Grisdale. 1900. 

36 Results obtained in 1900 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field 

roots and potatoes. W. Saunders. 1 900. 

37 Apple culture and district lists of apples suitable for Ontario and 

Quebec. W.T. Macoun. 1901. 

38 Soft pork; an investigation into its character and causes. F.T. Shutt. 

1901. 

39 Results obtained in 1901 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field 

roots and potatoes. W. Saunders. 1 901 . 

40 Clover as a fertilizer. W. Saunders and F.T. Shutt. 1 902. 

41 Results obtained in 1902 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field 

roots and potatoes. W. Saunders. 1 902. 

42 The rape plant; its culture, use and value. J.H. Grisdale. 1 903. 

43 Plum culture and district lists of plums suitable for Ontario and 

Quebec, with descriptions of varieties. W.T. Macoun. 1903. 2d 
ed. 1913. 

44 Results obtained in 1903 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field 

roots and potatoes. W. Saunders and C. E. Saunders. 1 903. 

45 Emmer and spelt. C.E.Saunders. 1904. 

46 Alfalfa or lucern; its culture, use and value. J.H. Grisdale, F.T. Shutt 

and J. Fletcher. 1904. 

47 Trees and shrubs tested in Manitoba and the North-West Territories. 

W.Saunders. 1904. 

48 Results obtained in 1904 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field 

roots and potatoes. W. Saunders and C. E. Saunders. 1 904. 

49 The potato and its culture with lists of varieties found most useful. 

W.T. Macoun. 1905. 

50 The milling and chemical value of the grades of wheat in the Manitoba 

Inspection Division, crop of 1904. C.E. Saunders and F.T. Shutt. 
1905. 



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No. 

51 Bacon pigs in Canada; notes on breeding, feeding and managing 

swine, with reports of some experiments. J.H. Grisdale. 1 905. 

52 Insects injurious to grain and fodder crops, root crops and 

vegetables. J. Fletcher. 1 905. 

53 Results obtained in 1905 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field 

roots and potatoes. W. Saunders C. E. Saunders. 1 905. 

54 On the breeding, feeding and general management of poultry. A.C. 

Gilbert and V. Fortier. 1 906. 

55 Results obtained in 1906 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field 

roots and potatoes. W. Saunders and C. E. Saunders. 1 906. 

56 Bush fruits with lists of varieties found most useful. W.T. Macoun. 

1907. 

58 Results obtained in 1907 from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field 

roots and potatoes. W. Saunders and C. E. Saunders. 1 907. 

59 The flax plant; its cultivation for seed and fibre. W. Saunders. 1 908. 

60 The grades of wheat in the Manitoba Inspection Division, crop of 

1907. C.E.Saunders and F.T. Shutt. 1908. 

61 Results obtained in 1908 on the Dominion experimental farms from 

trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field roots and potatoes. W. 
Saunders and C.E. Saunders. 1 908. 

62 Strawberry culture, with descriptions and lists of varieties. W.T. 

Macoun. 1909. 

63 A serious potato disease occurring in Newfoundland. H.T. Gussow. 

1909. 

64 Results obtained in 1909 on the Dominion experimental farms from 

trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field roots and potatoes. W. 
Saunders and C.E. Saunders. 1909. 

65 Growing and using corn for ensilage or forage corn. J.H. Grisdale. 

1910. 

66 Results obtained in 1910 on the Dominion experimental farms from 

trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field roots and potatoes. C.E. 
Saunders and others. 1910. 

67 Growing and using mangels, sugar mangels and forage sugar beets. 

J.H. Grisdale and F.T. Shutt. 1 91 1 . 

68 Progress in the breeding of hardy apples for the Canadian North- 

west. W.Saunders. 1911. 

69 The honey bee; a guide to apiculture in Canada. C.G.Hewitt. 1912. 

70 Cutworms and army-worms. A.Gibson. 1912. 

71 Results obtained in 191 1 on the Dominion experimental farms from 

trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field roots and potatoes. C.E. 
Saunders and others. 1911. 



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Bulletin cont. 

No. 

72 Milk production in Canada; crop rotations, dairy barns, breeding dairy 

cattle, feeding, care and management of milk cows. J.H. 
Grisdale. 1913. 

73 Smut diseases of cultivated plants; their cause and control. H.T. 

Giissow. 1913. 

74 Summary of results; Cereals,1913. C.E. Saunders and others. 

1914. 

75 Summary of results; Field Husbandry, 1913. O.C. White, and others. 

1914. 

76 Summary of results; Forage Plants, 1 91 3. M.O. Malte. 1914. 

77 Summary of results; Horticulture, 1913. W.T. Macoun, and others. 

1914. 

78 Ventilation of farm buildings. J.H. Grisdale and E.S. Archibald. 

1914. 

79 Renovation of the neglected orchard with special reference to the 

best orchard practice. M.B.Davis. 1914. 

80 Lime in agriculture. F.T. Shutt. 1914. 

81 Summary of results; Cereals, 1914. C.E. Saunders and others. 

1914. 

82 Summary of results; Horticulture, 1914. W.T. Macoun and others. 

1915. 

83 Summary of results; Field Husbandry, 1914. W.L. Graham and 

others. 1915. 

84 Summary of results; Forage Plants, 1914. M.O. Malte. 1915. 

85 Hardy roses; their culture in Canada. W.T. Macoun and F.E. Buck. 

1915. 

86 The apple in Canada; its cultivation and improvement. W.T. 

Macoun. 1916. 

87 The principles of poultry house construction with general and detailed 

plans. F.C. Elford. 1 91 6. Rev. 1 920. 

88 Preparing poultry produce for market. F.C. Elford. 1916. 

89 Poultry keeping in town and country. F.C. Elford. 1917. Rev. 1921. 

90 The potato in Canada; its cultivation and varieties. W.T. Macoun. 

1918. 

91 Poultry feeds and feeding. G.Robertson. 1918. 

92 The strawberry and its cultivation in Canada. W.T. Macoun, and 

others. 1919. 

93 Preservation of fruits and vegetables for home use. M. Macfarlane. 

1919. Rev. 1921. 

94 Bush fruits and their cultivation in Canada. W T. Macoun, M.B. Davis 

and W.H.Rankin. 1920. 



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Bulletin cont. 

No. 

95 The French-Canadian horse. G. Langelier. 1920. 

96 Farm business in Quebec during the year ending March 31 , 1 920. A 

preliminary agricultural survey in one district in each of six counties 
in Quebec Province. J. A. Ste. Marie. 1920. 

97 Researches in regard to wheat flour and bread. C.E. Saunders, R.W. 

Nichols and P.R. Cowan. 1 921 . 

98 Farm business in Quebec, for the year ending June 1, 1 920; a second 

agricultural survey in six counties in Quebec Province. J. A. Ste. 
Marie, n.d. 

Bulletin. 2d series. 

1 Peach culture in Canada. J.Craig. 1898. 

2 Catalogue of the trees and shrubs in the arboretum and botanic 

garden at the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. W. Saunders 
and W.T. Macoun. 1 899. 

3 Catalogue of fruit trees under test at the Experimental Farm at 

Agassiz, B.C. W. Saunders and T.A. Sharpe. 1 900. 

4 Alkali soils; their nature and reclamation. FT. Shutt. 1920. 

5 List of herbaceous perennials tested in the arboretum and botanic 

garden. W.T. Macoun. 1908. 

6 Western prairie soils; their nature and composition. FT. Shutt. 

1910. 

7 The Destructive Insect and Pest Act and regulations issued 

thereunder. C.G.Hewitt. 1911. 

8 Alfalfa growing in Alberta. W.H. Fairfield and G.H. Hutton. 1 91 2. 

9 The control of insect pests in Canada. C.G.Hewitt. 1912. 

10 The large larch sawfly with an account of its parasites, other natural 

enemies and means of control. C.G.Hewitt. 1912. 

11 Legislation in Canada to prevent the introduction and spread of 

insects, pests and diseases destructive to vegetation, with 
regulations regarding the importation of vegetation into Canada. 
C.G.Hewitt. 1912. 

12 Feeding for beef in central Alberta; a summary of tests at the 

Experimental Station, Lacombe, Alberta during 1 909, 1910, 1911, 
1912. G.H. Hutton. 1912. 

1 3 Experiments in steer feeding in Manitoba. W.C. McKillican. 1 91 3. 

14 Corn growing in Manitoba. W.C. McKillican. 1913. 

15 Preparing land for grain crops on the Prairies. J.H. Grisdaie. 1913. 

16 How to tell the age of hens and pigeons. V. Fortier. 1913. 



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Bulletin. 2d series cont. 

No. 

17 Forest insect conditions in British Columbia - a preliminary survey. 

J.M. Swaine. 1914. 

18 The strawberry root weevil in British Columbia with notes on other 

insects attacking strawberry plants in the Lower Fraser Valley. 
R.C. Treherne. 1914. 

19 The planting and care of shade trees. F.E. Buck. 1914. 

20 The farmer as a manufacturer - an outline in popular language of 

some basic principles in agricultural chemistry. AT. Stuart. 
1914. 

21 The tobacco seed-bed. F. Charlan. 1915. 

22 Growing field root, vegetable and flower seeds in Canada. M.O. 

Malte and W.T. Macoun. 1 91 5. 

23 Medicinal plants and their cultivation in Canada. J.Adams. 1915. 

24 Fruit tree diseases of southern Ontario. W.A. McCubbin. 1915. 

25 Tobacco growing in Canada. F. Charlan. 1915. 

26 Bees and how to keep them. F.W.L. Sladen. 1916. 

27 Soil fertility; its economic maintenance and increase. FT. Shutt. 

1916. ' 

28 Flax for fibre, its cultivation and handling. J.Adams. 1916. 

29 The cranberry industry; its possibilities in Canada. M.B. Davis. 

1916. 

30 Feeding for beef in Alberta; results of experiments at Dominion 

experimental stations in Alberta, from 1 909 to 1 91 5. G.H. Hutton 
and W.H.Fairfield. 1916. 

31 Gopher destruction. J.H. Grisdale. 1916. 

32 The manuring of market garden crops with special reference to the 

use of fertilizers. FT. Shutt and B.L. Emslie. 1917. 

33 The black or stem rust of wheat; a popular account of the nature, 

cause and prevention of grain rust. HT. Gussow. 1917. 

34 Published in French only. 

35 The disease of tomatoes. W.A. McCubbin. 1918. 

36 Farm feeds; grains, mill feeds, and concentrates, their nature and 

composition. FT. Shutt. 1919. 

37 Peach canker. W.A. McCubbin. 1918. 

38 Flue-cured tobacco in Canada. D.D. Digges and H.A. Freeman. 

1919. 

39 Principal poisonous plants of Canada. F. Fyles. 1920. 

40 The use of coarse grains for human food. C.E.Saunders. 1919. 

41 Summary of three years experiments on the tobacco station at 

Harrow, Ont. D.D. Digges. 1 91 9. 

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Bulletin. 2d series cont. 

No. 

42 Summary of three years experiments on the tobacco station at 

Harrow, Ont. D.D. Digges. 1919. 

43 Wintering bees in Canada. F.W.L. S laden. 1920. 

Rev. by C.B. Gooderham. 1 922. 

44 Investigation of potato diseases. P.A. Murphy. 1921. 

45 White burley tobacco in Canada. H. A. Freeman. 1921. 

46 Flax culture. 

(withdrawn from circulation) 

47 Commercial feeding stuffs as collected throughout the Dominion. 

FT. Shutt, S.N. Hamilton and L.V. Baker. 1 921 . 

48 Bulbs and bulb bloom. L.S.Stevenson. 1921. 

49 Nut culture in British Columbia. L.S.Stevenson. 1921. 

Circular. 

Title varies: 1-5, Farmers' circular. Superseded by Dept. of 
Agriculture. Circular. 

1 Potato canker (Chrysophlyctis endobiotica, Schilb.) imported into 

Canada. H.T. Gussow. 1 91 2. 

2 Orange hawkweed or "Devil's paint-brush". H.T. Gussow. 1912. 

(Poster) 

3 Potato canker -Danger. H.T. Gussow. 1912. (Poster) 

4 Potato diseases transmitted by the use of unsound seed potatoes. 

H.T. Gussow. 1914. (Poster) 

5 Powdery scab of potatoes. J.W. Eastham. 1914. 

6 Regulations under the Destructive Insect and Pest Act governing the 

importation, sale, shipment and exportation of the common or Irish 
potato. 1914. 

7 Potash in agriculture. FT. Shutt. 1914. 

8 Manures and fertilizers. FT. Shutt. 1915. 

9 The control of potato diseases. H.T. Gussow. 1915. 

10 Late blight and rot of potatoes. P.A. Murphy. 1916. 

11 The black leg disease of potatoes. P.A. Murphy. 1916. 

12 Black or stem-rust of wheat. F. Fyles. 1916. 

1 3 Garden making on vacant lots and the home vegetable garden. W.T. 

Macoun. 1917. 

1 4 Published in French only. 

15 Vegetable gardening at home and on vacant lots. W.T. Macoun. 

1918. 

16 The best varieties of grain. C.E.Saunders. 1919. 

17 Every gardener his own seed grower. Part II. Home grown seed of 

annual vegetables. W.T. Macoun. 1918. 



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Circular cont. 

No. 

18 Alfalfa growing in the Vancouver Island districts. L. Stevenson. 

1920. 

19 Themanurial value of seaweed. FT. Shutt. 1922. 

20 Poultry experiences at the Experimental Station for Vancouver 

Island, Sydney, B.C. L. Stevenson. 1 921 . 

21 Beef scrap versus skim-milk for egg production. G.A. Langelier. 

1922. 

Exhibition circular. 

1 Natural incubation. F.C. Elford. 1 91 6. Rev. 1 920. 

2 Artificial incubation. F.C. Elford. n.d. Rev. 1 91 6. 

3 Varieties of grain recommended by the Dominion Cerealist. n.d. 

Rev. 1915. 

4 Varieties of grain recommended by the Dominion Cerealist. n.d. 

Rev. 1915. 

5 Distribution and sale of seed grain, n.d. 

6 The farmer's poultry house. F.C. Elford. n.d. 

7 Profitable field root varieties for Ontario and adjacent parts of 

Quebec. F.S. Browne, n.d. 

8 Profitable field root varieties for the Maritime Provinces and eastern 

Quebec. F.S. Browne, n.d. 

9 Crop rotations for central and eastern Canada. O.C.White, n.d. 

10 Awnlessbrome grass versus western rye grass. M.O. Malte. n.d. 

11 Growing grapes for home use. W.T. Macoun. n.d. Rev. 1916, 1920. 

12 The farm flock. G.Robertson, n.d. 

Rev. by W.T. Scott. 1 9 1 6, 1 920. 

13 Brooding and rearing of chicks. G.Robertson. 1916. 

14 Sweet clover -the truth. M.O. Malte. n.d. 

15 Top grafting. W.T. Macoun. n.d. Rev. 1916. 

16 How to make and use hot beds and cold frames. W.T. Macoun. 

n.d. Rev. 1916. 

17 Protection of fruit trees from mice and rabbits and care of injured 

trees. W.T. Macoun. 1914. Rev. 1916. 

1 8 Bee-keeping in Canada. F. W.L. Sladen. 1916. Rev. 1 920. 

19 Tobacco culture in Canada. F. Charlan. n.d. 

20 Clean milk. E.S.Archibald, n.d. 

21 Profits from dairy cows. E.S.Archibald, n.d. Rev. 1922. 

22 Coulommier cheese. E.S. Archibald and J. Meilleur. n.d. 

23 Cream cheese and butter. E.S.Archibald, n.d. 



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Exhibition circular cont. 

No. 

24 Seed treatment for grain smut. H.T. Gussow. 1915. 

25 Catalogue of Dominion Experiemntal Farm publications available for 

distribution, n.d. 

26 The farmer as a manufacturer. Part I. The world's sole manufacturer 

of protein, fats, carbohydrates and cloth fibres. AT. Stuart, n.d. 

27 The farmer as a manufacturer. Part II. Soils; their origin and 

nature. Fertility; its maintenance and increase. A.T.Stuart, n.d. 

28 The farmer as a manufacturer. Part III. Farm products; food and 

clothing materials - their formation and composition. AT. Stuart, 
n.d. 

29 Duck raising. V. Fortier. n.d. 

30 The management of turkeys. V. Fortier. n.d. Rev. 1916. 

31 The management of geese. V. Fortier. n.d. 

Rev. as: Goose raising. A.G. Taylor. 1916, 1 92 1 . 

32 Farmer! Watch your balance in nature's bank. n.d. 

33 The feeding of livestock. G.B. Rothwell. n.d. 

34 The farm well. FT. Shutt. n.d. Rev. 1916. 

35 Crop rotations for the dry farming districts of Canada. O.C. White. 

n.d. 

36 Varieties of grain recommended by the Dominion Cerealist. n.d. 

37 Varieties of grain recommended by the Dominion Cerealist. n.d. 

38 Varieties of grain recommended by the Dominion Cerealist. n.d. 

39 Planning the home lot. F.E. Buck. 1915. 

40 Beautiful homes and how the farmer may make them. F.E. Buck. 

1915. Rev. 1916. 

41 Tile drainage of the farm. W.L.Graham. 1915. 

42 Lime-water for the preservation of eggs. FT. Shutt. n.d. 

43 Trap-nests. F.C. Elford. 1915. 

Rev. by W.T. Scott. 1 9 1 6, 1 920. 

44 Potato scab. J.Adams, n.d. 

45 Do you know your weeds? F. Fyles. 1915. Rev. 1916. 

46 Apple scab. F.L.Drayton. 1915. 

47 Seed oats. J.A.Clark, n.d. 

48 Forage crops and pasture grasses. G.H. Hutton. 1915. 

49 How ripening of grain crops may be hastened. G.H. Hutton. 1915. 

50 Potato growing in the Maritime Provinces. CM. Williams. 1915. 

51 Facts about honey. F.W.L. Sladen. 1 91 5. Rev. 1 91 6. 

52 Care of farm machinery. W.L.Graham. 1916. 

53 Varieties of grain recommended by the Dominion Cerealist. 1916. 

54 The utility poultry house. G.E. Parham. 1916. 



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Exhibition circular cont. 

No. 

55 The stockman's duty to conserve manures. E.S.Archibald. 1916. 

56 Alfalfa growing in eastern Canada. M.O. Malte. 1916. 

57 Pitting roots. F.S. Browne. 1 91 6. 

58 Mangel seed growing. F.S.Browne. 1916. 

59 Winter steer feeding. W.C. McKillican. 1916. 

60 The feeding of swine. E.S. Archibald and G.B. Rothwell. 1916. 

61 Feeding of sheep. E.S. Archibald and G.B. Rothwell. 1 91 6. 

62 Cream cheese. E.S. Archibald and J. Meilleur. 1916. 

63 The feeding of beef cattle. E.S. Archibald and G.B. Rothwell. 1 91 6. 

64 Crop production. J.H. Grisdale. 1916. 

65 Not published. 

66 Feed racks and troughs for sheep. E.S.Archibald. 1916. 

67 Soiling crops for dairy farming in the eastern provinces and British 

Columbia. W.L.Graham. 1916. 

68 The feeding of dairy cattle. E.S. Archibald and G.B. Rothwell. 

1916. 

69 Buttermaking. E.S. Archibald and J. Meilleur. 1 91 6. 

70 Crate feeding. F.C. Elford. 1916. 

71 Plan of root cellar for western Canada. W.A. Munro. 1916. 

72 Labour saving devices on the irrigated farm. G.E. Parham. 1918. 

73 Hardy bush fruits for the western farmstead. How to grow 

raspberries, currants and gooseberries. S.A. Bjarnason. 1 91 6. 

74 Not published. 

75 Not published 

76 Horticulture in Saskatchewan. G.Lang. 1916. 

77 The cultivation of flax for fibre. J.Adams. 1916. 

78 Varieties of wheat, oats and barley. W.C. McKillican. 1916. 

79 Planning the western farmstead. S.A. Bjarnason. 1916. 

80 Alfalfa growing in Manitoba. W.C. McKillican. 1917. 

81 Potato spraying for late blight and rot. P.A. Murphy. 1916. 

82 Black leg disease of potatoes. P.A. Murphy. 1 91 6. 

83 Factors influencing the profitable production of potatoes. M.B. 

Davis. 1916. 

84 The cultivation of small fruits. M.B.Davis. 1916. 

85 How to rid a henhouse of mites. G.Robertson. 1916. 

86 Lime in agriculture. FT. Shutt. 1916. 

87 The feeding of horses. E.S. Archibald and G.B. Rothwell. 1 91 6. 

88 On purchasing feeding stuffs. FT. Shutt. 1916. 

89 Not published. 



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Exhibition circular cont. 

No. 

90 Sheep dipping. G.B. Rothwell. 1916. 

91 Club root of turnips and allied plants. C.C.Cunningham. 1916. 

92 Framing the barn truss. E.S.Archibald. 1916. 

93 The self-feeder for hogs. G.B. Rothwell. 1 91 6. 

94 Corn for ensilage. J.H. Grisdale. 1916. 

95 The sheep barn. E.S.Archibald. 1916. 

96 The farmer's piggery. E.S.Archibald. 1916. 

97 A cheap, portable hog cabin. G.B. Rothwell. 1916. 

98 Increasing production but reducing costs of dairy products by using 

silage made from peas and oats or oats alone. G.H. Hutton. n.d. 

99 Mushroom culture. F.L.Drayton, n.d. 

100 Potato growing in the Maritime Provinces. R.D.L. Bligh. n.d. 

101 The all-year hog cabin. 1921. 

1 02 Silo construction. A. V. Nicholson. 1 921 . 

103 Labour saving devices on the irrigated farm. R.H. Helmer. n.d. 

104 Fertilizers for flowering plants, vegetables, small fruits and lawns. 

FT. Shutt. 1921. ^ 

105 Bee diseases. C.B. Gooderham. n.d. 

106 Feeds for wintering and winter fattening of beef cattle in eastern 

Canada. G.W. Muir. n.d. 

107 Growing feeds for the winter feeding of beef cattle in northwestern 

Saskatchewan. M.J. Tinline. 1921. 

108 Flowers for the prairie home. M.J. Tinline. 1924. 

Experimental farm note. 

1 The germinating power of grain grown in Canada during the season of 

1893. W.Saunders. 1893. 

2 Potato blights. J.Fletcher. 1894. 

3 Black knot of the plum and cherry. J.Craig. 1894. 

4 The Russian thistle or Russian tumble-weed. J.Fletcher. 1894. 

5 Top grafting. J.Craig, n.d. 

6 Possibilities of agriculture in the Yukon district. W. Saunders. 

1898. 

7 On the growing and marketing of tomatoes. J. Craig. 1 897. 

8 Inoculation for the growth of legumes. FT. Shutt. n.d. 

Pamphlet. 

1 Alfalfa growing in southern Alberta. W.H.Fairfield. 1908. 

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Pamphlet cont. 

No. 

2 Preston and other early ripening wheats. C.E.Saunders. 1908. 

3 Preparing land for grain-crops in Saskatchewan. A. MacKay. 1909. 

4 How to make and use a hot bed and cold frame. Top grafting. How 

to transplant a tree or shrub. Protection of fruit trees from mice 
and rabbits and care of injured trees. W.T. Macoun. 1 909. 

5 Asparagus culture. W.T. Macoun. 1909. 

6 Plan of cotton-front poultry house. A. Gilbert and V. Fortier. 1911. 

7 Ginseng culture. W.T. Macoun. n.d. 

8 The preservation of fruits for exhibition purposes. FT. Shutt. n.d. 

9 Hardy roses: their culture in Canada. W.T. Macoun. 1912. 

10 Tomato culture. W.T. Macoun. n.d. 

11 Cabbage culture. W.T. Macoun. 1913. 

1 2 How to protect fruits, vegetables and ornamental plants from insects 

and funguous diseases. W.T. Macoun. 1915. 

13 The home vegetable garden and a patriotic gardening competition. 

W.T. Macoun. 1915. 

14 The home vegetable garden. W.T. Macoun. 1917. 

15 Digging and storing of potatoes. W.T. Macoun. 1917. 

16 Finishing lambs for the block. E.S.Archibald. 1917. 

17 Fish meal as a livestock food. E.S.Archibald. 1918. 

18 Recleaned elevator screening (standard stock food) as a food for 

livestock. G.B. Rothwell. 1918. 

19 How to make and use hotbeds and cold frames. W.T. Macoun. 

1919. 

20 Some varieties of tobacco recommended for the Province of Quebec. 

F. Charlan. 1919. 

21 The construction and care of tobacco seed beds in the Province of 

Quebec. F. Charlan. 1 91 9. 

22 Tomato culture; mushroom culture; forcing rhubarb in winter. W.T. 

Macoun. 1919. 

23 Cabbage culture; cauliflower culture. W.T. Macoun. 1919. 

24 Asparagus culture; celery culture; onion culture. W.T. Macoun. 

1919. 

25 Bean anthracnose. C.Cunningham. 1919. 

26 Melon culture. W.T. Macoun. 1919. 

27 The cultivation of some staple vegetables. W.S.Blair. 1919. 

28 The rod cultivator. W.H.Fairfield. 1919. 



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29 Grande Prairie's capabilities; some experimental evidence. W.D. 
Albright. 1920. 

Special circular 

1 Growing grain on the Prairies. J.H. Grisdale. 1917. 

2 Maximum crops. W.L.Graham. 1917. 

3 Varieties of grain recommended for use in Canada. W.S. Blair. 

1917. 

4 Notes on the cultivation of some staple vegetables. W.S. Blair. 

1917. 

5 Preparing farm horses for summer work. E.S.Archibald. 1917. 

6 Produce more poultry products. F.C. Elford. 1917. 

7 The dairy cow. E.S.Archibald. 1917. 

8 The feeding of swine. G.B. Rothwell. 1 91 7. 

9 Recommended varieties of field roots. F.S.Browne. 1917. 

10 Field beans in Canada. W.L.Graham, n.d. 

11 Barnyard manure. FT. Shutt. 1918. 

12 Every gardener his own seed grower. W.T. Macoun. 1918. 

13 The milking machine; a partial solution of the labour problem. G.W. 

Muir. 1918. 

14 Fertilizer economy in wartime. B.L. Emslie. 1917. 

15 The self-feeder for hogs. G.B. Rothwell. 1918. 

1 6 Labour saving on the farm. Save time, men and money by using more 

horses and larger machines. J. Fixter. 1918. 

17 Ensilage in 191 8. J.H. Grisdale. 1918. 

18 When should potatoes be planted to obtain maximum crops? W.T. 

Macoun. 1918. 

19 Importance of planting good seed potatoes for high yields. W.T. 

Macoun. 1918. 

20 Grow flax for fibre. R.J. Hutchison. 1918. 

Serials and periodicals 



Alberta experimental stations progress reports. 1 937/48-47/53// 

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Annual report of co-operative potato projects in Ontario... conducted 
by the Central Experimental Farm and the Ontario Agricultural 
College. 1938-53//? 

Title varies: 1938-40, Co-operative potato projects in Western Ontario. Progress 
report. 

British Columbia experimental stations progress reports. 1936/51- 

45/56// 

Supplied title. Continues, in part, its Reports. Also issued separately for each 

station and continued by these separate reports. 

Conference of Officers. 1 91 57-52/ / ? 

Title varies slightly. Superseded by Research Branch. Conference. 

Division progress reports, Central Experimental Farm. 1 934/49-48/ 

54// 

Continues, in part, its Reports. 

Dominion forest nursery stations, Indian Head, Sask., and Suther- 
land, Sask., progress report. 1932/36-47/52// 

Title varies: 1932/36, Dominion. ..Results of experiments. Superseded by the 
reports for each station issued separately. 

Dominion fox illustration stations, P.E.I. , N.S., and N.B. progress 
report. 1938/39-43/47//? 

Title varies: 1938/39, Annual reports of the Maritime fox illustration stations. 
Reports for 1 940-42 not issued. 

Experimental farm highlights in the Atlantic Provinces. 1 953- 

Experimental sub-stations... report of the experimentalists in charge. 
1920/21-31/38//? 

Includes reports for Fort Vermilion, Alta.; Salmon Arm, B.C.; Betsiamites, Que.; 
Swede Creek, Yukon; Fort Smith, N.W.T.; Fort Resolution, N.W.T.; Fort Providence, 
N.W.T.; Beaverlodge, Alta.; Grouard, Alta.; Fort Good Hope, N.W.T. (Coverage 
varies with each report). Title varies: 1931/38, Results of experiments. Some 
reports continued as separate series. 

Interim reports of the stations in northern Ontario and Quebec; 
Kapuskasing, Ont.; La Ferme, Que. 1 920/21 -21 // 
Earlier reports for each station issued in its Reports. Superseded by the reports for 
each station, issued separately. 

Manitoba experimental stations progress reports. 1936/47-47/54// 

Supplied title. Continues, in part, its Reports. Also issued separately for each 
station and continued by these separate reports. 

Maritime experimental stations progress reports. 1 936/47-47/53// 
Supplied title. Continues, in part, its Reports. Also issued separately for each 
station and continued by these separate reports. 

Ontario experimental stations progress reports. 1 937/51 -46/54// 
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station and continued by these separate reports. 

Programme of scientific work, for the fiscal year. 1 951 /52?-53/54//? 



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Quebec experimental stations progress reports. 1 936/46/ / 

Supplied title. Continues, in part, its Reports. Also issued separately for each 
station and continued by these separate reports. 

Report of the Director. 1887-1930; 1947-55/56// 
Not published 1931-46? 

Reports. 1887-1930/38// 

Title varies: 1916/17-1 9/20. Report of the Dominion experimental farms. 
Includes the reports of the Director (1887-1930), of the Service's divisions, and of 
the various experimental stations. Reports for 1913-16, were reduced to 
summaries of the year's operations in various lines of experimental work. Reports 
for 1921-30/38 issued in three series: Reports of the divisions, Reports of 
Experimental Stations - Eastern, and Reports of Experimental Stations - Western. 
Title of experimental stations' reports varies: 1931/36, Results of experiments. 
Superseded by its Division progress reports, Central Experimental Farm, and the 
progress reports of the experimental stations grouped by province. Reports for 
1 920/ 2 1 - also issued separately for each experimental station. 

Saskatchewan experimental stations progress reports. 1936/47- 

47/56// 

Supplied title. Continues, in part, its Reports. Also issued separately for each 

station and continued by these separate reports. 

Seasonable hints, no. 1-55, 1915-32// 

No. 10-55 issued in two series: Eastern and B.C. edition, and Prairie edition. 

Seminar abstracts. 1 938/39-54/55// 

Western Forage Crops Committee. Report of the meeting. 1-7, 
1945-55// 

Superseded by Western Forage Crops Conference in 1 957 and later by the Forage 
Research Work Planning Meeting for Western Canada in 1963? 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Agricultural meteorology; a brief literature review and bibliography. 
J.L. Dionne, G.W. Robertson and R.M. Holmes. 1 956. 

Alfalfa; how and why to grow it. G.P. McRostie. 1 925. 

Alfalfa; why it should be grown and how to grow it. G.P. McRostie. 
1927. 

Alfalfa variety test, 1 933-1 936. 1 936. 

Apple insects. J.Fletcher, n.d. 

Applying 2, 4-D with an atomizer on mustard in wheat. G. Knowles. 
n.d. 

Artificial insemination of dairy cattle. A. Deakin, G.W. Muir and W.D. 
Davies. 1 942. 

British Columbia and Yukon experimental farms progress reports, 
1 945-56. 1 958. (8 pamphlets) 

Brooding and feeding chickens. T.M. Maclntyre. n.d. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Cattle gains and carrying capacities of permanent pastures as 
affected by fertilizer treatments. C.D.T. Cameron. 1 953. 

Chemical weed control for the Atlantic Provinces. J.S. Leefe. 1 956. 

Rev. 1958. 
A classified list of experiments at the Dominion Experimental Station, 

Saanichton, B.C. 1947. 

Cold storage investigations; apple cold storage report, 1933/34. 

n.d. 
The combine-harvester in eastern Canada, 1937-1939. J.M. 
Armstrong. 1940. 

Conference of Divisional Officers and Branch Farm Superintendents. 
Report of proceedings. Feb. 1 3 to 1 8, 1 939. 

Crop variety recommendations for the Atlantic Provinces. 1 954. 

Rev. as. Crop variety guide for the Atlantic Provinces. 1 955, 1 958. 

Culture of ranunculus or the peony-flowered buttercup in British 

Columbia. J.H. Crossley. 1948. 
Dairy Technology Laboratory. 1954. 

Deciduous shrubs for the great clay belt of northern Ontario and 
Quebec. 1954. 

Dominion experimental farms - a review. 1 886-1 91 2. J.B. Spencer. 
1913. 

The Dominion experimental farms: a system of experimental stations 
operated by the Federal government which investigates agricul- 
tural problems for the benefit of the Canadian farmer. 1 939. 

Dry shell or field beans. 1944. 

Easter lily culture in British Columbia. J.J. Woods and J.H. Crossley. 
1946. 

Economic survey of sheep ranching in Saskatchewan, Alberta and 
British Columbia. 1929. 

Effect of environment on different genotypes in poultry. 1 958. 

Estimating irrigation water requirements from meteorological data. 
G.W. Robertson and R.M. Holmes. 1 956. 

Experimental and research projects. 1 934. 

Farmer's account book; facts regarding farm book-keeping, n.d. 

Feeding for egg production. T.M. Maclntyre. 1 954. 

Fertilizer and crop studies in the Pemberton Valley of British 
Columbia, 1 932-1 956. R.M. Hall. 1 959. 

Field fertility tests and causes of sterility of bulls. A. Deakin. 1 943. 

Fifty years of progress on Dominion experimental farms, 1886-1936. 
n.d. 

Free trees for prairie farms, n.d. (Poster) 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



General index to the reports and bulletins of the Experimental farms 
of the Dominion of Canada, 1 887-1 901 . 1 902. 

Gladiolus culture in British Columbia. J.H. Crossley and S. 
Arrowsmith. 1948. 

Gladiolus culture in the Maritimes. R.G. White and C.E. Randall. 
1952,1956. 

The grape in the Okanagan Valley. A.J. Mann and F.W.L. Keane. 
1955. 

Guide to the Experimental Farm, Nappan, Nova Scotia. 1 953. 

A guide to the experimental farms and stations. FT. Shutt. 1912. 

Guide to the experimental projects of the Dominion experimental 
farms. 1926. 

Highlights of research in recent years. 1 958. 

Horticultural crops and possiblilities in New Brunswick. S.A. Hilton. 
1953. 

Hyacinth bulb production and artificial propagation. J.H. Crossley 
and J.J. Woods. 1946? 

Hybridization of domestic beef cattle and buffalo. V.S. Logan and 
P.E. Sylvestre. 1950. 

Hybridization of domestic cattle and buffalo (Bison Americanus). 
Progress report of the Wainwright experiment, 1935-41. A. 
Deakin, and others. 1943. 

Introduction to factorial experiments and procedures for confounding. 
R.R. Cairns and A.R. Mack. 1 955. 

Investigations conducted by the Experimental Farms Branch of the 
Dominion Department of Agriculture, their nature, purpose and 
scope with reference to provincial activities, overlapping, and 
comments regarding improvement and coordination. 1 938. 

A key to plants of the farming and ranching areas of the Canadian 
Prairies. A.C. Budd. 1952. 

Lawn grasses and lawn mixtures for northern Ontario. M.R. Wiancko 
and K.G. Coaxes. 1954. 

List of the publications issued from the Dominion experimental farms 
from 1 887 to 1 91 inclusive. 1 91 0. 

Maps of Dominion experimental farms. 1 91 9-25. 

Memorandum re the cooperative Corriedale breeding project 
conducted at the Holtman Ranch at Skiff. W.H. Fairfield and K. 
Rasmussen. 1934. 

Moisture studies and cultural experiments with wheat, oats and flax. 
1947. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont 



Narcissus culture in British Columbia. J.H. Crossley and J.J. Woods. 
1946? Rev. 1948. 

National potato seedling and variety tests (summary report 1951). 
N.M. Parks. 1952. ' 

Nine years experience with the one way disc and the seeding 
attachment for the one way disc, 1 927-1 935. 1 936. 

1955 guide map of Dominion Experimental Station, Fredericton, N.B. 
1955. 

1954 guide map of Dominion Experimental Sub-station, Tower Hill, 
N.B. 1954. 

1952 guide map of Dominion Experimental Station, Fredericton, N.B. 
1952. 

Notes on adobe and other earth wall construction methods. F.W. 
Graves. 1945. 

The organization, achievements and present work of the Dominion 
experimental farms. 1924. 

Outlines of work, branch experimental farms, as of September, 1 957. 
1957. 

Pasture experiments; a comparison between the yields of pasture 
clippings and the gains by the animals. 1 939. 

Pasture experiments at Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. 1 934. 

Pasture investigations - progress report. 1 934. 

Pea-vine silage and hay, the by-product of canning peas, as feed for 
livestock. K. Rasmussen and F. Whiting. 1 949. 

Pollination studies in tree fruit. E.R.Hall. 1952. 
A practical basement storage room. R.M. Blakely. 1 945. 
Preliminary report on an exploratory soil survey along the Alaska 
military highway and the Yukon river system. A. Leahey. 1 943. 

Preliminary soil survey of lands adjacent to the Mackenzie Highway in 
the Northwest Territories. A. Leahey. 1953. 

Probability table of spring frost at the Central Experimental Farm, 
Ottawa. G. W. Robertson and F.W. Baker. 1 952. 

Producing beef on the farm; an analysis of light weight beef 
production in southwestern Ontario. P.E. Sylvestre. 1 942. 

Professional staff. 1956. 

Project organization on the Dominion experimental farms, n.d. 

Recommended herbaceous perennials. 1 952. 

Reconnaissance soil survey of the Slave River lowland in the 
Northwest Territories of Canada. J.H. Day and A. Leahey. 1 957. 

The reconstruction and future organization of the Dominion Experi- 
mental Farms Branch. 1935. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Report and recommendations of the Sprinkler Irrigation Committee 
for Western Canada. 1950. 

Report of an exploratory soil survey made along the water route from 
Fort Nelson, B.C. to Waterways, Alta., via Fort Simpson, N.W.T. 
A. Leahey. 1944. 

Report of the Conference of Field Husbandry Workers of Western 
Canada. 1 954. 

Report on agricultural investigations in the Mackenzie River basin, 
1945. F.V. Hutton. 1946. 

Report on dykeland reclamation, 1913-1 952. W.W. Baird. 1 954. 

Report on larkspur poisoning of live stock on the Porcupine Hills 
Forest Reserve, Alberta. S.E. Clarke, and J.L. Bolton. 1 938. 

Report on oil seeds investigations. 1 943. 

Report on spring wheat observation plots on eastern branch farms 
and stations. 1950. 

Report on the production and manufacture of beet sugar. 1 892. 

Review of the status and possibilities of flax production and 
manipulation in Canada. J. A. McCracken. 1916. 

A review of the work of the experimental farms. J.B. Spencer. 
1913. 

The "Sanctuary" system of poultry house ventilation. 1 940. 

The small combine harvester in eastern Canada; a survey of 5 and 6 
foot combines in 1938. J.M.Armstrong. 1939. 

Soil conservation. Submission to the Special Committee on 
Conservation of the Ontario Legislature by the Experimental Farms 
Service, July 26th, 1 949. 1 949. 

Soil erosion and land use survey, Hope township project area, 
Durham county, Ont. N.R. Richards and F.F. Morwick. 1 943. 

Soil survey of Montreal, Jesus and Bizard Islands in the Province of 
Quebec. P. LajoieandR. Baril. 1954. 

Soil survey of Prince Edward Island. G.B.Whiteside. 1950. 

Soil survey of Shefford, Brome and Missisquoi counties. D.B. Cann, 
P. Lajoie and P.C. Stobbe. 1 947. 

Soil survey of Soulanges and Vaudreuil counties in the Province of 
Quebec. P. Lajoie and P. Stobbe. 1 950. 

Soil survey report of southeastern New Brunswick. H. Aalund and 
R.E. Wicklund. 1949. 

Some methods of collecting and handling straw. M.E. Dodds. 
1949. 

Some trends in experimentation and research in the Prairie Provinces 
presumable in agriculture. 1950. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Sprinkler irrigation in eastern Canada. Installation, design and 
operation of sprinkler irrigation systems. D.J. Cooper and J.M. 
Armstrong. 1953. 

Statistical analyses of 4x4 balanced and partially balanced lattice 

design. A. R. Mack and R.R. Cairns. 1955. 
Statistical procedures. A. Part I. Randomized block designs for 

factorial experiments. Part II. Confounded factorial designs. A.R. 

Mack and R.R. Cairns. 1 959. 

Statistical procedures. B. Part I. Lattice design for a sixteen - 
treatment experiment. Part II. Lattice designs for a twenty - and a 
thirty - treatment experiment. 2d ed. A.R. Mack and R.R. Cairns. 
1959. 

Statistical procedures of rectangular lattice experimental designs. 
A.R. Mack and R.R. Cairns. 1 955. 

Suggestions in regard to spraying for the prevention of fungous 
diseases during 1 893. 1 893. 

Testing Swedish Landrace swine in Canada. Interim report, 1935-36. 
E.B. Fraser and J.G. Stothart. n.d. 

Total confinement rearing of turkeys. R.M. Blakely. 1949. 

Twenty-one years' work (1919-1940) for the improvement of the 
Canadian horse breed, as carried on at the St. Joachim horse farm. 
J.R. Pelletier. 1943. 

Vegetable hybrids and varieties developed and introduced by the 
Experimental Station, Morden, Manitoba from 1944 to 1951 (incl.) 
C. Walkof. 1952. 

Western Forage Crops Conference. Report of the meeting. 1 957. 
Farm Credit Corporation 

Replaces Canadian Farm Loan Board. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Federal farm credit and related statistics; statistiques du credit 
agricole federal. 1 , 1 970- 

Field manual. 1961- 

Report. 1 960- 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Credit for profit. 1 961 . Rev. 1 963, 1 964, 1 969. 

Farm credit in the United States; a review of the United States 
Cooperative Farm Credit System and Farmers Home Administra- 
tion. H.D. Carr. 1964. 

Farm improvement loans. 1 969. 

Farm machinery syndicate loans from the Farm Credit Corporation. 
1964. 

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Farm syndicate loans. Prets aux syndicats agricoles. n.d. Rev. 

1969. 
Lending policy, 1 963. 1 963. 

Fibre Division 

Name varies: 1920-36, Division of Economic Fibre Production. 

Progress Report. 1 920/21 -1 937/47// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
2 1 -30, Report of the Chief Officer. 

Field Husbandry, Soils and Agricultural Engineering Division. 

Name varies: 1920-35, Division of Field Husbandry. 

Numbered series. 



Agricultural engineering circular. 

1-3 Not issued. 

4 Release hitch and lift for tractor drawn horse mower, n.d. 

5 Not issued. 

6 Low pressure sprayer. 1946. 

7 Swinging boom haystacker, n.d. 

8 Transport wagon, n.d. 

9 R.2: Tumble type sweep rake. n.d. 

10 Home made electric fence, n.d. 

11 Rubber tired farm wagon, n.d. 

12 Half ton trailer or cart. n.d. 

13 Two ton tractor trailer, n.d. 

14 Four ton truck trailer, n.d. 

15 Hog watering devices, n.d. 

16 Low slung corn rack and wagon, n.d. 

17 Egg cooler and humidifier, n.d. 

18 Self feeders for hogs. n.d. 

19 Hay racks and troughs for hogs. n.d. 

20 Pig creep, guardrail and castration rack. n.d. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Progress report. 1920/21-54/58// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies slightly. 

The sheaf. 1-3, 1957-59// 



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Weed eradication projects conducted on the Dominion Experimental 
Farms. 19307-32//? 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Data summary. Project F.1.8.2 - An investigation of the growth and 
development of crops in relationship to their meteorological 
environments. First report - 1953. G.W. Robertson and J.L. 
Dionne. 1953. 

Evaporation measurements at branch units of the Experimental 
Farms Service throughout Canada. G.W.Robertson. 1953. 

Fan ventilation. 1954. 

Grass silage production; principles for successful storing of grass 
and/or legume silage. D.J. Cooper and W.E. Cordukes. 1952. 

Latent evaporation, its concept, measurement and application. 
G.W. Robertson. 1954. 

The measurement of latent evaporation using the Central Experimen- 
tal Farm plastic mount. G.W.Robertson. 1956. 

Natural draft or flue ventilation. 1 954. 

Preliminary summary of mulch paper experiments on Dominion 
Experimental Farms. 1 929, 1 930. 

Procedure for keeping a meteorological soil moisture budget for 
irrigation purposes. G.W.Robertson. 1956. 

Proceedings of soil drifting control and shelterbelt conference held at 
Brandon, Manitoba, December 1 , 1 954. 1 954. 

Report on selection of a site for an agricultural experiment sub- 
station in the Yukon Territory. A. Leahey. 1945. 

Report on the soils and settlement possibilities in the Goose Bay, 
Labrador area, Newfoundland, Canada. P.C. Stobbe and F.S. 
Nowosad. 1958. 

Roadside spraying. G. Knowles and D.J. Cooper. 1 953. 

Selected bibliography on agricultural engineering and related topics 
(Canadian publications). W. Kalbfleisch and A. Magee. Rev. 
1945, 1946, 1948, 1950, 1952, 1954, 1957. 

Weed control (Eastern Canada). E.S. Hopkins and G. Knowles. 
1939. 

Weed eradication methods applicable in eastern Canada and British 
Columbia. 1934. 

Food Advisory Services. 

Name varies: 19. .-1969, Consumer Section (sometimes called Consumer 

Service Section) 



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Numbered series. 



Consumer bulletin. 

1 Home canning of fruits and vegetables. 1947. Rev. 1948, 1949, 
1950. 

Serials and periodicals 

Culinary comments. 1970- 

Food basket. 1963?- 

Supersedes T.V. food views? 

T.V. food views. Ap1962-01963// 

Superseded by Food basket? 

Miscellaneous publications. 

"An apple a day..." 1955. 

Apples. 1956. Rev. 1963. 

Apples 'round the clock. 1965. 

The art of making sandwiches. 1 951 . Rev. 1 957. 

Attention westerners, n.d. 

Beef. 1957. 

Beef; how it is graded, how to buy it, how to cook it. 1 951 , 1 952. 

"Buy by Grade", the grade mark assures the quality. 1947, 1950, 

1956. 
Calendar of Canadian fresh vegetables for salads. 1 954. 
Canadian apples. The world's finest fruit. 1 956. 
Canned foods. 1957? 
Carrot capers. 1 967. 
Cereals. 1958. Rev. 1960. 
Cereals; wheat, oats, barley and their uses. 1 944. 
Cheese dishes. 1 947. Rev. 1 950, 1 957. 
Cheese dishes, wartime style. 1943. 
Christmas baking. 1 962. Rev. 1 963, 1 965? 1 966. 
Conserves, pickles and relishes. 1 957. 
Cooking cut-up poultry. 1965. 
Desserts you'll like. 1 949. 
Dinner and supper suggestions for the business girl. 1 943. 

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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 

Economy meals. 1966. 

Eggs. 1963. 

Eggs - Eggs are good and good for you. 1 951 , 1 952, 1 957, 1 961 . 

Entertaining with cheese. 1964. 

Food facts for consumers. L.C. Pepper. 1945. 

Foods for home defence. 1941. 

Foods for the family. 1 945, 1 946, 1 947, 1 950. 

Freezing meat. 1947. 

Freezing poultry. 1947? 

From market to table; poultry guide. 1 944. 

Gherkins and nine day pickles, n.d. 

Holiday fare. 1946. 

Icecream. 1966. 

Lamb. 1957? Rev. 1964? 

Lamb, some ways to use it. 1953. 

A link between producer and consumer, n.d. 

The lunch box is on the march. 1943. 

Meal magic with eggs. 1965. 

Meals on a budget. 1967. 

Meat; this is the way to make most of your ration - wise buying, proper 
storing, careful cooking, clever extending. 1 943. Rev. 1 962. 

Meat extender recipes. 1951. 

Milk drinks for summer. 1957? 

Milk for physical fitness. 1962. 

1957 salad campaign. 1957. 

Onion recipes. 1945. 

Onions. 1965? 

Party dips with potato chips. 1957? 

Picnics. 1957? 

Pork's the buy... n.d. 

Poultry guide. 1948? 

Poultry meat; your best buy. 1970? 

Recipe book for enjoying Canadian apples, "the world's finest fruit". 
1950. 

Recipe sheet to can or freeze peaches, n.d. 

Reminder for outdoor cooking, n.d. 

Rutabagas. 1950. 

Salad dressings. 1964. 

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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 

Salad shorts. 1957? 

Salads. 1952. Rev. 1958. 

Salads around the world. 1966. 

Saving and using fats in the home. 1 943. 

Skim milk powder. 1952. 

Special chicken and fowl recipes. 1 948. 

Spinach. Strawberries. Dairy foods. 1 962. 

Strawberries. 1957? 

Strawberry desserts. 1968. 

"Sugar savers" kitchen-tested ration stretchers. 1 947. 

Suggestions for the Christmas season. 1 944. 

Teas and receptions. 1 957? 

Tender ways with beef . 1969. 

Turkey by the piece, n.d. 

Turkey for everyone. 1968. 

Turkey - ready to cook, eviscerated, n.d. 

Turkey -the king of poultry. 1939. 

Turkey - whole - halves - quarters. 1 958. 

Wartime home canning of fruits and vegetables. 1 944. 

Wartime jams and jellies. 1942. 

Wartime maple syrup recipes. 1942. 

Wartime pickles and relishes. E.L. Elliot. 1 942, 1 944. 

Wartime sugar savers. 1943. 

White navy beans, n.d. 

Food Research Information Office 

Food research notes. 1-21, 1962-66// 

Selected list of publications of the Research Branch. 1 959-1 964/ / 

Selected list of serial publications.. .related to food research. J.G. 
Armstrong. 1963. 

Forage Crops Division 

Name varies: 1913-48, Division of Forage Plants. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Progress report. 1920/21-54/58// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies slightly. 



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Miscellaneous publications 

Caragana is a valuable hedge and shelterbelt plant. J. Walker. 
1957. 

The care of lawns. J.H. Boyce. 1944. 

The construction and care of new lawns. J.H. Boyce. 1 949. 

The construction of new lawns. J.H. Boyce. 1944. 

Couch grass eradication: quack, twitch or scutch grass (Agropyron 
repens). E.S.Hopkins. 1935. 

The establishment and maintenance of turf on putting and bowling 
greens. J.H. Boyce. 1944. 

Grain corn in eastern Ontario. 1948. 

Growing crested wheat grass for seed production. T.M. Stevenson 
and W.J. White. 1935. 

Induced tetraploidy in clovers. 1 958. 

Isolation requirements for grasses, clovers and alfalfa; memoran- 
dum. 1953. 

Preliminary report on the native vegetation. F.S. Nowosad. 1944. 

Reed canary grass. W.J. White and R.M. MacVicar. 1940. 

Report of field crops grown in Saskatchewan from seeds obtained 
through the federal forage seed distribution of 1932. T.M. 
Stevenson and N. Young. 1 933. 

The soybean situation in Canada. T.M. Stevenson. 1 940. 

Sugar beet experiments. 1 934, 1 935. 

Sugar beets. F. Dimmock. 1954. 

Forest Biology Division 

Numbered series 



Forest biology series. 

1 Published in French only 

2 Control of the balsam-fir sawfly in the agricultural areas of the Prairie 

Provinces. C.E.Brown. 1953. 

3 Control of the winter moth on shade trees. C.C.Smith. 1953. 



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Serials and periodicals 



Annual report of the forest insect and disease survey. 1 936-59// 

Issuing body and title vary: 1936-49, Entomology Division. Forest insect survey. 
Continued by the Forestry Service. 

Bi-monthly progress report. 1-16,1 945-60/ / 

Issuing body and title vary: 1-6, 1945-50, Entomology Division. Forest insect 
investigations; bi-monthly progress report. 
Continued by the Dept. of Forestry. 

Work Committee on the Green River Project. Report. 1-12, 1945- 

55// 

Name of committee varies: 1-7, Work Committee on Green River Project re 

Management and Spruce Budworm Control. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Catalogue of the culture collection of the Forest Biology Laboratory, 
Victoria, B.C., Canada. D. Chu. 1960. 

Conference on Biological Control of Forest Insects in Canada, 
Ottawa, Feb. 22-25, 1 955. 1 955. 

Decay of aspen (Populus tremuloides Mich.) and balsam poplar 
(Populus balsamifera L.) in the Lesser Slave Lake region in Alberta. 
G. Paul and D.E. Etheridge. 1 958. 

Decay of white spruce in the Prairie Provinces; interim report. 
W.B.G. Denyer and C.G. Riley. 1 954. 

Descriptions of cultures of fungi Imperfecti and Ascomycetes 
associated with forest damage in British Columbia. A. Funk. 
1960. 

Development and control of the ash borer in the Prairie Provinces. 
L.O.T. Peterson. 1951. 

Dieback and canker on young Douglas fir following low temperature 
injury. W.A.Porter. 1959. 

Diseases of lodgepole pine in Alberta. V.J. Nordin. 1 957. 

Dutch elm disease. A. W. McCallum and K.E. Stewart. 1951. 

The European pine moth in Ontario. 1 955. 

Factors affecting branch infection in aspen. D.E. Etheridge. 1 960. 

Fomes root rot of pines. E. Jorgensen. 1 956. 

Forest disease sampling studies in Douglas fir plantations. Parts II 
and III. R.E. Foster and A.L.S. Johnston. 1 959. 

Forest lepidoptera of Canada. B. M. McGugan and others. 1 957. 

Forest lepidoptera of southern Ontario and their parasites, received 
and reared at the Ottawa Forest Insect Survey Laboratory, from 
1937-1948. H. Raizenne. 1952. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Forest Research Laboratory. Laboratoire de recherches forestieres, 
Quebec, Quebec, n.d. 

Fungi of British Columbia deposited in the Herbarium of the Forest 
Biology Laboratory, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 1957. Rev. 1957, 
1958. 

A general review of plant protection organization in Canada. D.C. 
McKeen and B.M. McGugan. 1 957. 

Heart rots in relation to the management of spruce in Alberta. V.J. 
Nordin. 1955. 

List of projects - Forest Pathology Unit, Forest Biology Division as of 
June, 1955. 1955? 

Mineral deficiencies at Big River nursery. O. Vaartaja. 1954. 

Mistletoe of jack pine. C.G.Riley. 1951. 

Prevention of damage by borers in softwood logs or fire-killed timber. 
L.J.Simpson. 1951. 

Protection of the forest against insects and disease. M.L. Prebble 
and J. E. Bier. 1952. 

Publications on forest diseases. 1 959. 

Report of the Symposium on birch dieback; summary of the meetings 
held in Ottawa, on March 21 and 22, 1 952. 1 953. 

Review of forest entomology in Canada, 1948-1953. M.L. Prebble. 
1954. 

Short course of instruction on the most important diseases of forest 
trees caused by fungi. D.A. Quirke. 1951. 

Some forest insect and disease problems of Canada. 1 955. 

Some preliminary observations of sunscald in Douglas fir. L.C. Weir. 
1959. 

Studies on the atropellis canker disease of lodgepole pine in Alberta. 
J.C. Hopkins. 1957. 

Summary of points discussed at the Divisional Conference, Montreal, 
Nov. 21-22, 1952. 1952. 

Survey of the condition of birch in Ontario. A.W. Hill and G.A. 
Sinclair. 1954. 

Testing for resistance to the blister rust disease of western white pine 
in British Columbia. W.A.Porter. 1960. 

Tree diseases in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. C.G.Riley. 1952. 

Forestry Division 

Report of the Foreman. 1 , 1 887/ / 

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Fruit Branch. 



Numbered series 



Bulletin. 

Continued in the dept's Bulletin; new series. 

1 The Inspection and Sale Act. Part IX as amended in 1907-1908 and 

1912-1913, (The Fruit Marks Act and fruit packages), and general 
notes. 1915. 

2 Modern methods of packing apples. 1917. 

Circular 

Continued in the dept's Circular. 

1 Marketing Georgia peaches. C.W.Baxter. 1915. 

2 Counts to determine grades. 1920. 

3 Fruit Branch regulations. 1921. 

Transportation circular. 

33 Comparing two movements in brine tank refrigerator cars. n.d. 

43 Precooling vs. transit icing. 1927. 

44 No title. 1928. 

45 Refrigerator car tests. 1929. 

46 Loading terms defined for fresh fruits and vegetables. 1930. 

47 Divided basket bunker vs brine tank refrigerator cars under heat. 

1930. 

48 Showing the total of freight and refrigeration charges per package for 

a few principal packages and movements from British Columbia 
into the Prairie Provinces. 1930. 

50 No title. 1931. 

51 Precooling by fanning. 1934. 

Serials and periodicals 

Fruit and vegetable crop report. 1 906-34/ / 

Title varies: 1906-18, Fruit crop report. Slight variations: 1932-33. Absorbed by 
Canadian fruit and vegetable market bulletin. 



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Telegraphic report. 19157-29// 

Reports for Ag 26, 1920-Ag 1, 1929 also called Telegraphic market newsletter. 
Superseded by Fruit, vegetable and honey crop and market report. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

An apple a day, packed the new way. 1 931 . 

The apple crop, production and distribution. Prepared by Markets 
Extension Division. 1 933. 

The Canadian apple situation. 1940. 

Canadian canned fruits and vegetables are government graded, 
n.d. 

Canadian fruits and vegetables are government graded. Buy by 
quality, fancy, choice, standard. 1 930. 

Canadian grapes. Recipes you will like. 1 931 . 

Canadian onions for Canadian people. 1 931 . 

Eat Canadian apples; 1 60 apple recipes. 1 91 8. 

A guide to markings required on consumer containers of fresh fruits 
and vegetables. 1 953. 

Home drying of fruits and vegetables. E.L.Elliot. 1934. 

Jams and jellies made from garden or wild fruits. E.L. Elliot. 1 936. 

Jams and preserves made from wild or garden fruits, n.d. 

List of wholesale dealers in fruits and vegetables in Canada. 1 920. 

New method of packing apples in barrels. 1 931 . 

Recommended rules for packing apples in containers other than the 
standard box. 1930. 

Refrigeration and heating in the transportation of perishable 
commodities. E.H.Young. 1939. 

Salads that are different. E.L.Elliot, n.d. 

Tested recipes; grape delicacies, n.d. 

Fur Inspection and Grading Service. 

Brussels International Trade Fair April 25th-May 1 0th, 1 953. 1 953. 

Furfarming. W.M.Ritchie. 1959. 

Mink raising. 1953. 

Mink ranching. W.M.Ritchie. 1956. 

Raising chinchillas. 1 953, 1 956. 

Report of Russian fur production as taken from Women's wear daily. 
1957. 



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Health of Animals Branch 

Called 1937-62, Health of Animals Division. 

Numbered series 



Bulletin. 

1 Actinobacillosis. C.H. Higgins. 1904. 

Bulletin. 

Title varies: 1-5, Farmers' bulletin; 7, Special bulletin. Issuing 
body varies: 1-8, Dept. of Agriculture 

1 Tuberculosis in cattle. D. McEachran. 1897. Rev. 1900. 

2 Hog cholera and swine plague and verminous bronchopneumonia. 

D. McEachran. 1899. 

3 Out of print. (Title not available) 

4 Glanders in horses. D. McEachran. 1901. 

5 Anthrax and symptomatic anthrax. D. McEachran. 1901. 

6 Mange in cattle, n.d. 

7 Maladieducoit (equine syphilis). D. McEachran. 1901. 

8 Bulletin on typhoid fever in horses, improperly called influenza. D. 

McEachran. 1901. 

9 Foot and mouth disease. J.G.Rutherford. 1902. 

10 Contagious diseases of animals. J.G.Rutherford. 1904. 

11 Maladieducoit. J.G.Rutherford. 1906. 

12 Mange in horses and cattle. J.G.Rutherford. 1911. 

13 Anthrax and black-leg. 1915. 

14 Rabies. G.Hilton. 1909. 

15 Hog cholera. F.Torrance. 1913. 

16 Warble flies. The economic aspect and contribution on the biology. 

S. Hadwen. 1912. 

17 Entero-hepatitis or black-head in turkeys. C.H. Higgins. 1915. 

18 Avian tuberculosis. C.H. Higgins and A. B. Wickware. 1915,1919. 

19 Entero-hepatitis or black-head, and the biological laboratory system 

of raising turkeys. C.H. Higgins. 1916. 

20 The care, sanitation and feeding of foxes in captivity. C.H. Higgins. 

1916. 

21 A further contribution on the biology of Hypoderma lineatum. S. 

Hadwen. 1916. 



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Bulletin cont. 

No. 

22 Observations on the migration of warble larvae through the tissues. 

S. Hadwen and E. A. Bruce. 1916. 

23 Anthrax. C.H. Higgins. 1916. 

24 Evaporated apples. C.S. McGillivray. 1917. 

25 Intestinal parasites of poultry, their prevention and treatment. A.B. 

Wickware. 1917. 

26 The poisoning of horses by the common bracken (Pteris aquilina L). 

S. Hadwen and E.A. Bruce. 1 91 7. 

27 Warble flies: Hypoderma lineatum, Villers and Hypoderma bovis, De 

Geer. S. Hadwen. 1919. 

28 Information for farmers and ranchers regarding tick paralysis in 

British Columbia. E.A. Bruce. 1 920. 

Serials and periodicals 

Annual report of cattle quarantine in Quebec and Maritime Provinces. 
D. McEachran. 1891-92// 

Bovine tuberculosis. 1929-59// 

Continued as Bovine tuberculosis and brucellosis. 

Bovine tuberculosis and brucellosis. 1 960- 

Continues Bovine tuberculosis. 

Newsletter. Jl 1956- 

Outbreaks of reportable contagious diseases of livestock and poultry. 
Manifestations de maladies contagieuses de declaration obliga- 
toire, bestiaux et volailles. 1 962?- 

Register of brucellosis-free listed herds. 1 944?- 

Title varies: 1 944-47, Register of herds of cattle listed free from Bang's disease; 
1 948- 19.., Register of herds of cattle listed free from brucellosis. 

Register of tuberculosis-free fully accredited herds. 1 926- 

Title varies: 1926-40, Register of fully accredited herd. 

Report of the Veterinary Director General. 1 902-62/63//? 
Miscellaneous publications. 

Accredited herds. F. Torrance. 1919,1 922. 

Anthrax serum - Vaccin du charbon. nd. 

Black-leg vaccine. F.Torrance. 1914,1915. 

Bulletin of contagious abortion. 1913. 

Canadian meat inspection service. J.G.Rutherford. 1907. 

Cattle epidemic. Inspector's reports, from Nov. 17th 1951, to March 
3rd, 1952, about cattle epidemic in the Province of Saskatchewan. 
1952. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



The cattle quarantine system in Canada. D. McEachran. n.d. 

Coccidiosis (red dysentery) of cattle in British Columbia. E.A. Bruce, 
n.d. 

Conservation of the health of domestic animals. J.G. Rutherford. 
1906. 

The control of bovine tuberculosis. 1 908. Rev. 1 91 6. 

Demodicidosis in large domestic animals; a review. J.Smith, n.d. 

Directions for cleansing and disinfecting premises after outbreaks of 
hog cholera. J.G. Rutherford. 1 903. 

Directions for sending pathological specimens for examinations. D. 
McEachran. 1900. 

Directions for use of tuberculin test. D. McEachran. 1895. 

Dourine in Canada, 1904-1920. History, research and suppression. 
E.A.Watson. 1920. 

Fees for inspection of animals imported to Canada. 1 903. 

First step toward cattle quarantine. D. McEachran. 1878. 

The growth of meat inspection in Canada. C.K. Hetherington. 1 964. 

Hatchery sanitation, a review. 1 961 . 

History of Health of Animals Division. M.L.Barnes. 1961. 

Humane slaughter of meat animals. 1 959. 

Information for farmers, ranchers and stock owners, regarding cattle 
mange, and the rules and regulations in effect for the suppression 
of the disease, and for controlling the movement of suspected 
cattle. 1920. 

Instruction for sending specimens for microscopic examination. J.G. 
Rutherford. 1903. 

List of plants operating under the Meat and Canned Foods Act and 
the regulations governing the inspection of meats as at August 
1957. 1957. 

Livestock disease prevention and control in Canada. O.Hall. 1947. 

Meat hygiene -today and tomorrow. C.K. Hetherington. 1964. 

Notes forming basis of agreement between Canada and the United 
States for removal of cattle quarantine. D. McEachran. n.d. 

On the prevention of tubersulosis in animals, with special reference to 
prevention in the Dominion. D. McEachran. 1899. 

Pictou cattle disease. D. McEachran. n.d. 

Report of a visit to Great Britain and the Continent of Europe, 1897- 
1898. D. McEachran. n.d. 

Sheep scab. D. McEachran. 1897. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Special report on glanders. J.G.Rutherford. 1906. 

Special report on maladie du coit or dourine. J.G. Rutherford and 
C.H. Higgins. 1907. 

Special report on Pictou cattle disease. J.G. Rutherford and W.H. 
Pethick. 1906. 

Special report on Sarcosporidiae and their association with "loco" 
disease and dourine. E.A.Watson. 1908. 

Tuberculosis; a plain statement of facts regarding the disease. J.G. 
Rutherford. 1911. 

Horticulture Division 

Serials and periodicals 

Committee on Horticultural Research. Report. 1 938-47/ / ? 
Contribution. 1-956?, 1887-1959// 
Cooperative potato progress report. 1 9527-57/ / ? 

Progress report. 1920/21-54/58// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies slightly. 

Progress report of national potato seedling and variety test in 
Canada. 1948-56//? 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Bacteriological tests with frozen vegetables and fruits. Preliminary 

report. A. G. Lochhead and A.H.Jones. 1935. 
Beautifying the farm home grounds. R.W. Oliver and A.J. Logsdail. 
1940. ^ 

Beautifying the home grounds of Canada. M.H. Howitt. 1930. 

The blackberry, n.d. 

Bridge-grafting, n.d. 

The budding and grafting of fruit trees, described and illustrated in 
detail. D.S. Blair, A. Kellett and W.L. Kerr. 1 944. 

Budding rootstocks. n.d. 

Bulbs for spring bloom. 1954. 

Cactus, n.d. 

Carnation culture, n.d. 

Celery, production, blanching and storing. T.F. Ritchie. 1 941 . 

Colour chart for harvesting Mcintosh and Fameuse apples, n.d. 

The construction of small greenhouses. R.W.Oliver. 1948. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 

Crown millet - a good orchard cover crop. n.d. 
Cucumber culture under glass, n.d. 

Culture and care of house plants. R.W. Oliver and G.G. Dustan. 

1951. 
The culture of begonias, cannas, dahlias and gladioli. 1 952. 
Culture of ferns, n.d. 

The culture of gladiolus, canna and peonies. 1 941 . 
The culture of iris, peony and phlox. 1 949. 
Culture of pansies. n.d. 
Culture of sweet peas. n.d. 

Dehydration of fruits and vegetables. C.C. Eidt. n.d. 
Dehydration report, 1 943. C.C. Eidt. 1 944. 

The development of the Horticultural Division, Experimental Farms 
Service, 1 920-1 950. (Address by M.B. Davis) 1 951 . 

Dwarf apple trees. D.S.Blair, n.d. 

Flower color inheritance in the snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus L). 
1958. 

Four new Ottawa strawberry varieties: Cavalier, Grenadier, Guards- 
man, Redcoat. 1957. 

Gamma irrediation of potatoes: effects on storage properties, sugar, 
starch and ascorbic acid content, cooking and chipping qualities; 
report of co-operative research project. 1 958. 

Garden making on vacant land. n.d. 

Gathering and storing budwood and scionwood. n.d. 

The gladiolus, n.d. 

Gooseberry culture, n.d. 

Growing bulbs in the house for winter bloom, n.d. 

Growing plants under artificial light. A.P.Chan. 1957. 

Growing seedlings for rootstock purposes, n.d. 

Hints on the culture of dahlias in Prince Edward Island, n.d. 

Homemade wines. R.W. Arengo-Jones. 1938. 

"Home" model flash heater for fruit juices, n.d. 

Horseradish, n.d. 

Household freezer and storage. 1 946, 1 952. 

How to select and prepare potatoes for exhibit. N. M. Parks. 1 952. 

How to transplant a tree or shrub, n.d. 

Inarching: a method for repairing damage to roots and trunks of trees, 
n.d. " 

Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus). n.d. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 

Lime induced chlorosis of horticultural plants, n.d. 

Making a rock garden, n.d. 

Management of house plants. W.Ferguson, n.d. 

The miraculous multiflora. R.W.Oliver. 1953. 

Mushroom culture. 1957. 

Nut culture. J.J.Woods. 1940. 

Onion, n.d. 

Parsnip seed production, n.d. 

Perennial flower trials at Kapuskasing. K.G. Coates. 1955. 

Plant for pleasure. R. W. Oliver. 1 953. 

Planting and care of hedges. 1952. 

Planting annuals, herbaceous perennials and roses, n.d. 

Planting apple trees, n.d. 

Preparation and care of lawns. M.B.Davis. 1939. 

The preservation of fruits and vegetables by freezing. 1 952. 

Preservation of strawberries with S02. n.d. 

Principles and methods involved in dehydration of apples. C.C. Eidt. 
n.d. 

Propagation of apple rootstocks by stooling. S.H. Nelson and D.S. 
Blair. 1957. 

Pruning and disbudding dahlias, n.d. 

Raspberry culture. D.S.Blair. 1948. 

Resulphuring methods for dried apples, n.d. 

The sash house for growing early plants, n.d. 

Seed growing: pot-herb crops (used for "greens"), n.d. 

Soilless growth of hydroponics, n.d. 

Spraying calendar. W.T. Macoun. 1913. (Poster) 

Spring and fall work in the rose garden. 1 941 . 

Storing vegetables for later use. n.d. 

Suggestions for foundation stock seed growing, n.d. 

Summary of reports from vegetable growers on co-operators in the 
Northwest who have received vegetable seeds from the division of 
horticulture for trial. W.Ferguson. 1945. 

The sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas Poir). n.d. 

Tomato seed production and extraction, n.d. 

Tomato variety and strain test. n.d. 

Tree fruit rootstocks. n.d. 

Tuberous begonias, n.d. 

The use of colchichine. A. W.S. Hunter. 1945, 



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Work in the rose garden. 1 952, 1 953, 1 955. 

Illustration Stations Division 

Serials and periodicals. 

Illustration stations quarterly. 1 -3, 1 956-58/ / 

Progress report. 1934/37-54/58// 

Continues its Report of the Chief Supervisor on the illustration stations in... Title 
varies slightly. 

Report of the Chief Supervisor on the illustration stations in British 
Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. 1922/23-31/ 

33// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies slightly. 

Continued in its Progress report. 

Report of the Chief Supervisor on the illustration stations in Ontario, 
Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. 
1920/21-31/33// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies slightly. 
Continued in its Progress report. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Cost accounting for agriculture. I.F. Furniss. 1958. 

District experiment substation, Mindemoya and associated illustra- 
tion stations in the Manitoulin, Algoma, Sudbury and Nipissing 
Districts, Ontario. Progress report, 1 946/51. n.d. 

Fertility and management studies on gray wooded soils. Progress 
report, 1927/56. n.d. 

Illustration stations in Eastern and Central Ontario. Progress report, 
1941/50. n.d. 

Maritime Fox Illustration Stations. Annual report, 1 938/39. n.d. 
Information Division 

Name varies: 1912-34, Publications Branch; 1935-38, Press and Publicity 
Division; 1938-50, Publicity and Extension Division; 1950-59, Information 

Service. 

Numbered series 



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Pamphlet 

No. 

1 Flax fibre. 1915. 

2 The Potato. 1915. 

3 List of suggested books for farmers' libraries. 1915. 

4 The school garden as regarded and carried on in the different 

provinces. 1916. 

5 Agriculture in Canada. 1917. 

6 Vacant lot gardening in 1917. 1917. 

7 Publications index book. 1920. 

8 The maple sugar industry in Canada. J.B.Spencer. 1920. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Canadian agricultural insect pest review. 1 , 1 923- 

Title varies: 1-45, 1923-67, Canadian insect pest review. Issuing body varies: 
1-36 no.8, 1923-58, Entomology Division; 36 no.9-47, 1958- 

Farm letter. Lettre au cultivateur. 1 , N 1 964- 

Insect distribution maps, Canada. 1 , 1 954- 

Issuing body varies: 1-3, Scientific Information Section. Reprinted from the 
Canadian agricultural insect pest review. 

News and features. 1,N1935- 

Title varies: 1-389, 1935-Ap1943, Press copy; 390-1091, Ap 1943-N 1964, Farm 
news; press clip sheet; 1092-1484, N 1964-JI 1972, News. 

Publications. 1912- 

Title varies: List of publications; List of available publications; English 
publications. 

Summary of reports presented at the. ..annual Federal-Provincial 
Agricultural Conference.. .covering present situation and prospects 
in Canadian agriculture. 1-18, 1939-56//? 

This month with CDA; a review of agricultural news. 1 , Ag 1 965- 
Miscellaneous publications. 

Agricultural extension services in Canada. 1 954. 

Agricultural services in the provinces. 

Notes prepared by S.R.N. Hodgins in connection with the Dominion-Provincial 
Conference of 1953. 

Agroclimate of the growing season in northern Ontario and 
northwestern Quebec, 1918-61. n.d. 

At your service - CDA Information Division. 1 972. 

Blueberry culture. 1938. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Britain orders 5,400,000 dozen eggs from Canada for May. 1941. 
(Poster) 

Canada Agriculture headquarters; Sir John Carling Building, Central 

Experimental Farm, Ottawa. 1 967. 
Canada's dairy industry, n.d. 
Canadian agriculture. 1963. 
Canadian fruit, vegetables and honey. 1 924. 
Canadian livestock and meat industries. 1 924. 
Canadian onion week; radio talk... K.B. Conger, n.d. 
Canadian wheat and flour. 1924. 
Catalogue of lantern slides. 1 940, 1 943-44. 
Century of cheese making in Canada. 1 964. 

Contributions of the Department of Agriculture (Canada) to the 
European Productivity Agency of O.E.E.C. - and particularly to the 
Division for Productivity in Food and Agriculture through FATIS (the 
Food and Agriculture Technical Information Service). S.R.N. 
Hodgins. 1957. 

Cooperation in agricultural services. 1 934. 

The Department of Agriculture, its history, organization and work. 

1933. 
Exhibit ideas. H. Tewsley. n.d. 
Feeding the chick. 1939. 
Film catalogue. 1953. 

Guide to Central Experimental Farm. 1 967. Rev. 1 972. 
Home preservation of meats, poultry, fish and soup. n.d. 
The home tanning of leather, n.d. 
How to build an outdoor oven. 1934. 
Howtomakeapeasheller. n.d. 
Influence of nurse crops on new seedlings. 1 953. 

International Symposium on the Storage of Grain and its Products, 
Winnipeg, Man., 1 971 . Symposium digest. 1 971 . 

Pictures of beef cattle. 1965. 

Pictures of cheese making. 1 965. Rev. 1 967? 

Pictures of dairy cattle. 1965. 

Pictures of sheep. 1965. 

Pictures of swine. 1965. 

Pictures of tobacco in Canada. 1966. 

Poultry consumers protected from feminizing chemicals. 1 948. 

Progress of construction, South Saskatchewan River Dam, 1958/61 . 
Suppl.: 1961/62, 1962/63, 1964. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 

Publications of the Department of Agriculture, 1 878-1 914. 1914. 
Re: suggested periodical "Canada's Resources" to be published 

jointly by the Departments of Agriculture, Fisheries and Mines and 

resources. S.R.N. Hodgins. 1949. 

Recent developments in agricultural extension work in Canada; an 
outline for presentation at a working Conference of Directors and 
Senior Officers of Agricultural Advisory Services, to be held in 
Paris, June 24-29, 1957. S.R.N. Hodgins. 1957. 

Regulations respecting financial assistance to agricultural exhibitions 
and fairs, n.d. 

S.B. Williams; CDA's new Deputy Minister. 1 967. 

Safe use of pesticides around homes and cottages. 1 973. 

Short films, 16 MM. Courts metrages, 16MM. 1970. 

Symposium digest; International Symposium on the Storage of Grain 
and its products. 1972. 

Trees, shrubs and vines in home beautification. F.C. Nunnick. n.d. 

Why an agricultural information service. S.R.N. Hodgins. 1949. 

International Liaison Service 

Agriculture abroad. 1 , 1 945- 

Issuing body varies: 1-24 no. 1, 1945-69, Economics Branch. 

Library 

Numbered series 

Library list. 

1 Publications in the library on administration. D.M. Duke. 1961. Rev. 

1 963, 1 965. Suppl. 1 967, 1 968. 

2 Translations available. 1 960. Suppl. 1 965. 

3 Automatic punched card circulation of periodicals currently received; 

procedures manual. G.L.Jean. 1960. 2nd ed. 1964. 

4 Canadian agricultural serials currently received. H.J. Arsenault. 

1962. 

5 Publications in the library on information storage and retrieval. D.M. 

Duke. 1964. 

6 Publications in the library on personnel administration. D.M. Duke. 

1967. 

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Serials and periodicals. 

Current periodicals. Periodiques en cours. 1953- 

Title varies: 1953, Preliminary list of periodicals currently received; 

1 955-68, Periodicals currently received Periodiques courrament recus. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Aids to authorship; publications in the library on writing. S. Dykstra. 
1968. Suppl. 1970. 

Basic publications for a small agricultural library. 1 939. 

Canadian agricultural reference sources. S. Dykstra. 1 970. 

The growing and production of essential oil crops, especially 
coriander, caraway and dill - selected references. 1 955. 

Index to publications of the Federal Department of Agriculture of 
Canada, as follows: Bulletins, n.s. 1 -1 00; Circulars, n.s. 1 -70; Acts, 
Orders and Regulations, 1 -29. 1 930. 

Indian agriculture; a selected bibliography. W.M. Tsang. 1967. 

The industrial utilization of wheat; bibliography. F.E. Blacquiere. 
1970. 

Information as to articles on chemical stimulation of seeds. Popoff 
1930. 

Inhibition of cholesterol synthesis 1966 - 1968; references. F.E. 
Edgington. 1969. 

Suppl. 1969/71. S. Dykstra. 1971. 

Latency of viruses in vertebrates, 1 964-1 968. F. Edginton. 1 968. 

Library. Canada Department of Agriculture: from K.W. Neatby 
Building to Sir John Carling Building. E.L. Wilson. 1 968. 

Small unit library collection; procedure manual for cataloguing, 
classifying, filing, circulating, and binding the literature collections. 
H.J. Arsenault. 1962. 

Windbreaks, a list of references. K. Eastham. 1 947. 
Live Stock Branch 

Numbered series. 



Booklet. 



1 No title, n.d. 



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Booklet, cont. 

No. 

2 Distribution of pure bred male animals. 1914. 

3 Distribution of pure bred male animals. 1916. 

4 Distribution of purebred bulls. 1919. 

5 Bull loaning policy. 1923. 

6 Bull loaning policy. 1924. 

7 Bull loaning policy. 1931. 

8 Bull loaning policy. 1936. 

Pamphlet. 

No. 1-5, entitled Farmers' bulletin, were issued by the 

Commissioner of Agriculture and are not on livestock. 

Title varies: 7- 1 7, Bulletin. 

6 Profitable poultry farming. F.C. Hare. 1902. 

7 Profitable poultry farming. F.C. Elford. 1905. 

8 Farmer's poultry house. F.C. Elford. 1905. 

9 Diseases and parasites of poultry. F.C. Elford. 1905. 

10 The production of bacon for the British market. J.B.Spencer. 1905. 

1 1 Brief history, chief characteristics and points of excellence of leading 

breeds of swine reared in Canada. J.B.Spencer. 1907. 

12 Sheep husbandry in Canada. J.B.Spencer. 1908. 

13 Beef raising in Canada. J.B.Spencer. 1910. 

14 Horse breeding and rearing of colts. J.G.Rutherford. 1911. 

15 Observations upon government assistance to agriculture in certain 

countries of Europe. H.S. Arkell. 1911. 

16 The care of market eggs. W.A.Brown. 1912. 

17 Swine husbandry in Canada. J.B.Spencer. 1915. 

18 Not published. 

1 9 Production and markets. J. Bright and H.S. Arkell. 1 91 6. 

20 Finish the feeders in Canada. Keep the heifers at home. J. Bright 

and H.S. Arkell. 1916. 

21 The bacon hog and the British market. J. Bright and H.S. Arkell. 

n.d. 

22 Feeding and housing of swine. 1917. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Commercial live stock output report. 1 -7, 1 921 -27/ / 

Continued by Markets Information Section. 
Report of cow testing. 1 931 -33/ / 



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Report of the Live Stock Commissioner. 1 909-1 3// 

Combined with Health of Animals Branch. Report of the Veterinary Director 
General. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Advanced registry policy for purebred swine. 1 929. 

The approval and banding of record of performance cockerals. 
1930. 

Approved chicks are good chicks produced by approved hatcheries 
operating under inspection and supervision of Dominion Dept. of 
Agriculture. 1932. 

Beef chart. 1929. 

The beef grading service; its significance to the producer. 1 929. 

The beef grading service for the guidance of the consumer. 1 929. 

Boar grading. 1929. 

The boar premium policy for swine clubs. 1 923. 

Boy's cattle breeding club policy, 1 929. 1 929. 

The breeding in Canada of horses for army use. J.G. Rutherford. 
1904. 

The British market for Canadian fat cattle; market conditions - 
prospects - needs. P. E. Light. 1921. 

Buy graded beef. n.d. 

Calf club policy - Ontario, n.d. 

Calf feeding club policy. Maritime Provinces. 1 930. 

Canadian participation in the egg import trade of Great Britain. 
1932. 

Canadian standard egg grades, n.d. (Poster). 

Canadian standards for the preparation of Wiltshire sides, n.d. 

The cattle trade of western Canada. J.G.Rutherford. 1909. 

Co-operative egg circles. 1915? 

A directory of the breeders of pure bred live stock of the Dominion of 
Canada. 1901. Rev. 1910. 

Distribution of pure bred male animals. 1 91 3. 

The export opportunity for Canadian poultry. 1 936. 

Fattening range and domestic feeder lambs, using hay and grains 
produced on the farm. A. A. Macmillan. n.d. 

Federal assistance to hog breeding; the brood sow policy. 1 931 . 

Federal assistance to horse breeding. 1 91 5. 

Federal assistance to sheep breeding; ram grading. 1 931 . 

How to get results; feeding from ground grains in hog raising, n.d. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Informal memorandum prepared by the Dominion Live Stock 
Commissioner. 1918. 

Nutritive value of poultry. 1917. 

Phases of Empire trade development - poultry. 1 925. 

Phases of Empire trade development - sheep and wool. Source of 
Empire supply. 1925. 

Poultry; a farm asset; a seasonable hint as to the practical value of 
poultry on the Canadian farm. 1932. 

Poultry marketing calendar, 1915. W.A.Brown. 1915. 

Poultry revenue; producers can increase their income by crate 
fattening. 1935. 

Preparation of fur pelts. W.M.Ritchie. 1952. 

Quality bacon for the consumer. 1 930. 

Record of performance for poultry, section "A", rules and regulations 
for record year, 1 922-23. 1 922. 

Report of Committee on Dressed Poultry Standards. 1 928. 

The safe handling of commercial live stock; a producer to consumer 
campaign. 1924. 

The sheep industry in Canada, Great Britain and the United States; 
report of the Commissioners. 1911. 

Swine husbandry in Canada. J.B.Spencer. 1914. 2nd ed. 1915. 
Swine husbandry in the United Kingdom and Denmark; report of the 
Canadian Commission. 1 909. Rev. 1 91 0. 

Why and how to organize a poultry pool. 1 934. 

Livestock and Livestock Products Division. 

Eggs. n.d. 
Poultry, n.d. 

Report of sixth Annual Conference of the Live Stock Inspection and 
Grading Services held at Hotel Saskatchewan, Regina, June 5-7, 
1950. 1950. 

Livestock and Poultry Division. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Canada poultry R.O.P. Annual summary. 1 920-51 /52// 

Issuing body varies: 1920-33/34, Poultry Division. Title varies: 1920-48/49, The 
Canadian record of performance for standardbred poultry: annual report (varies 
slightly). Reports for 1930/31, 1932/33, 1934/35-41/42 not published. 



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Continuing Committee on Poultry Breeding. Report of the meeting. 

1-6, 1953-56//? 
Purebred ram grading report. 1 945-49/ / ? 
R.O.P. newsletter, n.d. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Abstracts of poultry breeding. 1 955. 

Address to district officers and fieldmen. 1 952. 

Calf feeding methods. 1954. 

Canadian record of performance for goats. 1 956. 

Canadian record of performance for registered dairy cattle. 1 957. 

Consumer choices of beef roasts and steaks. 1 958. 

Crossbreeding in poultry. M.S.Mitchell. 1957. 

The dehydration of eggs in Canada. D.A.Fletcher. 1947. 

Dominion assistance to sheep breeding. Ram grading policy, n.d. 

Egg buying guide. 1 955, 1 956, 1 957. 

Facts concerning coccidiosis. 1 952. 

The feeding of rabbits. 1941. 

Hatchery approval policy; rules and regulations. 1 932, 1 940-41 . 

Heat conditioning turkey males improved hatchability. M.S. Mitchell. 
1952. 

Housing chinchillas. W.M.Ritchie. 1953. 

Incubator sanitation. 1953. 

Notice to herdowners. 1952. 

Outlook for livestock and poultry industries in Canada. A.D. Davey. 
1956. 

R.O.P. inspectors' manual. 1958. 
R.O.P. poultry. 1952. 
Ram classification. 1 952. 

Recommendations and suggestions for the production of high quality 
frozen eggs. 1948. 

Record of performance for poultry; rules and recommendations. 
1953,1955,1956. 

Record of performance for turkeys; rules and recommendations. 
1947,1952. 

Regulations respecting the grading and marking of eggs. 1 923. Rev. 
1935. 



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Rules covering the Canadian Record of Performance Service for 
Registered Dairy Cattle. 1955. 

Some common poultry diseases. C.H. Weaver. 1939. 

Suggestions for improvement on class "B" fairs in western Canada, 
n.d. 

Summary of trip made by J. A. Steele and H.F. Snyder to American 
Dairy Breed Associations. 1956. 

The value of grading to the poultry service. W.A.Brown. 1939. 

Wing bands for 1953. 1952. 

Livestock Division 



Serials and periodicals. 

Annual report of livestock sales and values at the Lethbridge public 
stockyards and four local packing plants. 1 963?- 

Annual report on artificial insemination in Canada. 1 , 1 955- 

Issuing body varies: 1-3, Livestock and Poultry Division. Title varies: 1-2, Report 
on the statistical survey of artificial insemination of cattle in Canada. 

Calgary livestock market report. 1 967?- 

Canadian record of performance for purebred dairy cattle: summary 
report. 1959/60- 

Title varies slightly. This is an abridged report superseding Canadian record of 
performance for purebred dairy cattle: report, published by the Production Service. 

R.O.P. for swine: annual report. 1 951-67// 

Issuing body varies: 1951-57, Production Service; 1958, Production and Marketing 
Branch. Title varies: 195 1-57, R.O.P. - AR swine: annual report. Superseded by its 
Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the station at ... (name of place). 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at 
Brandon, Manitoba. 1 , 1 968- 

Continues, in part, its R.O.P. for swine. Title varies: 1968, Sire progeny test 
conducted at Fort Garry, Manitoba. 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at 
Charlottetown, P.E.I. 1968- 

Continues, in part, its R.O.P. for swine. 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at 
Edmonton, Alberta. 1 , 1 969- 

Continues, in part, its R.O.P. for swine. 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at 
Lacombe, Alberta. 1 , 1 969- 

Continues, in part, its R.O.P. for swine. 



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Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at 
Lennoxville, Quebec. 1 , 1 969- 

Continues, in part, its R.O.P. for swine. 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at 
Nappan, N.S. 1, 1968- 

Continues, in part, its R.O.P. for swine. 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at 
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 1 , 1 969- 

Continues, in part, its R.O.P. for swine. 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at 
Waterloo, Ont. 1 , 1 969- 

Continues, in part, its R.O.P. for swine. 

Report on record of performance for beef cattle. 1 , 1 956/57- 

Issuing body varies: 1-2, Livestock and Poultry Division. 

Report on sire appraisal. Rapport devaluation des taureaux. no.5, 
1961- 

Title varies: 5-16, Semi-annual report on sire appraisal by contemporary 
comparison method. Bilingual since no. 17, 1967. No. 1-4 not distributed. 

Report on the progeny test for beef cattle. 1 962/63- 

Rules governing the Canadian record of performance service for 
dairy cattle. 1952?- 

Issuing body varies: 1952-58, Production Service; 1959, Production and Marketing 
Service. Title varies slightly. 

Miscellaneous publications 

Canadian record of performance policy for swine. 1 968. 
Confined rearing of lambs. 1966? 

Management Consulting Services 

Name varies: 1967-71 , Management Services Division. 

Management, no.1, 1967- 

Title varies: 1967-71, Management services bulletin. 

Pesticides management and organization (a review and proposals). 
F.W. Buser. 1970. 

Survey on Analytical Control Laboratories Plant Products Division, 
Ottawa. 1 964. 

Maritime Marshland Rehabilitation Administration 

Annual report. 1 950-66/ / 

Continued in Rural Development Branch. Annual report. 



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General remarks on the reclamation and development of marshland 
areas of the Maritime Provinces. J.S.Parker. 1961. 

The Shepody River Dam, Albert County, N.B. 1 953. 

Marketing and Trade Division 

An analysis of U.S. domestic food distribution programs and possible 
implications for Canada. 1968. 

Canadian agricultural mid-year outlook, May 1 970. 1 970. 

The Canadian agricultural outlook. 1 971 - 

Continues, in part, Federal-Provincial Agricultural Outlook Conference. Working 
papers and agenda. Prepared for the Canadian Agricultural Outlook Conference. 
Preceded by a preliminary outlook called Mini outlook, Mr 1971. Supplemented by 
Spring outlook and Summer outlook. 

The Canadian agricultural situation. 1 970- 

Continues, in part, Federal-Provincial Agricultural Outlook Conference. Working 
papers and agenda. Prepared for the Canadian Agricultural Outlook Conference. 

A study of the marketing of Canadian apples in relation to the 
feasibility of a national marketing board. 1 969. 

Marketing Service 

Name varies: Markets Service. 

Serials and periodicals 

Annual crop summaries: apples. 1 927/28-39/40// 

Continued in Fruit, vegetable and honey crop and market report. 

Annual crop summaries: potatoes. 1 931 -39/40// 
Continued in Fruit, vegetable and honey crop and market report. 

Dairy products review. 32-39, 1 951 -58/ / 

Formed by the consolidation of Dairy newsletter and Review of the dry milk 
situation. Published by its Dairy Products Division and Economics Division. 
Continued as monthly supplement to Dairy produce market report. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Agricultural marketing legislation. 1 939. 

Agricultural policy. Price setting measures, government contracts 
and bonuses. 1944. 

Appetizing, economical, energy giving eggs, graded for your 
protection, n.d. 

Canadian standard dressed poultry boxes: specifications, sample of 
correct stencilling. 1939. 



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Condition of Maritime potatoes in railway transportation survey. 
G.B. Miller, E.H. Young and W.C. Way. 1 955. 

Conditions in transit of potatoes for chips. G.B. Miller, W.C. Way and 
E.H.Young. 1958. 

The co-operative marketing of eggs, poultry and live stock in the 
Maritime Provinces. W.F. Chown and J.E. O'Meara. n.d. 

Dressed poultry: illustrations of standard killing and plucking, grading 
and packing rooms, n.d. 

Dressed poultry: paper liners and methods of lining boxes for 
reducing freezer burn. 1940. 

Grading and shipping live poultry, n.d. 

Heads of agreement for the purchase of Canadian bacon, 1947. 
1947. 

Live stock and live stock products as affected by the war. R.M. 
Scott. 1941. 

Official score for poultry graded and packed according to government 
standards. 1939. 

Pork chart. 1951. 

Poultry revenue; producers can increase their income by crate 
fattening. 1942. 

Preparation of fur pelts for the market. 1 945. 

Public cold storage in Canada, 1 955. 1 955. 

Rabbits for meat and fur. 1 943, 1 947. 

Recommendations for the construction and sanitary operation of 
poultry processing plants. 1954. 

Recommendations for the operation and layout of poultry eviscerat- 
ing plants. 1949, 1954. 

Recommendations for the production of canned pre-cooked poultry, 
n.d. 

A report of condemnation insurance for livestock. 1 950. 
Markets Information Section 

Name varies: Markets Information Service; Markets Information. 

Serials and periodicals 

Annual unload report: fresh fruits and vegetables on 12 Canadian 
markets. Rapport annuel des dechargements: fruits et legumes 
f rais sur 1 2 marches canadiens. 1 946?- 

Title varies slightly. Bibingual since 1966. 



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Serials and Periodicals cont 

Canada livestock and meat trade report. Rapport sur le marche des 
bestiaux et de la viande au Canada. 1,1919- 

Title varies: 1919-0 1938, Live stock market report; N 1938- Mr 1939, Weekly 
livestock market report; Ap 1939-48, Live stock market review; 1949-72/73, 
Livestock and meat trade report. Issuing body varies: 1919 - Je 1935, Markets 
Intelligence Service; Jl 1935 - Ap 1938, Markets Service; Ap 1938 - Ap 1948, 
Marketing Service. Published in English only, 1919-71/72. 

Crop and seasonal price summaries. Resumes des recoltes et des 
prix saisonniers. 1947- 

Title varies; 1947-50, Seasonal price summaries. 
Bilingual since 1951. 

Current information agricultural products. 1 942-53/ / 

Daily potato market report. Rapport quotidien - marche des pommes 
deterre. 19..- 

Dairy produce market report. 1919- 

Formerly Weekly dairy market report covering butter and cheese. Absorbed Dairy 
products review, Ap 1958. 

Dairy products grading report. 1 9597-70/ / 

Fruit, vegetable and honey crop and market report. Rapport sur les 
recoltes et les marches de fruits, de legumes et de miel. 1 , Ag 9 

1929- 

Supersedes Telegraphic reports. Title varies: 1929 - Je 1934, Canadian fruit and 
vegetable market bulletin; Jl 1 934 - Mr 1 935, Canadian fruit and vegetable crop 
and market report; Mr 1 935 - Jl 1 935, Canadian fruit and vegetable weekly crop 
and market report; Jl 1935- Ap 1938, Weekly crop and market report; Ap1938- 
D1948, 

Fruit and vegetable weekly crop and market report. 

Vols 1-38 no. 18, 1929 - My 1965, published in separate English and French 
editions. Issuing body varies: 1929 - Ap 22, 1938, Fruit Branch; Ap 29, 1938 - My 6, 
1948, Marketing Service. 

Hog carcasses graded. 19..- 

Livestock market review. 1 , 1 920- 

Issuing body varies: 1-13, Markets Intelligence and Stock Yards Service; 14-17, 
Markets Service; 18-30, Marketing Service. Title varies: 1-3, Annual review of the 
livestock market and meat trade situation; 4-12, Annual livestock market and 
meat trade review. 

Meat supply available for domestic use from recorded primary 
movement of livestock (excluding farm and local slaughter). 
1949-51// 

Monthly storage holdings. Statistique mensuelle sur les stocks en 
entrepot. 1 960?- 



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Origin of livestock marketed. 1 , 1 931 - 

Title varies: v. 1-5 no.8, 1931-35, Commercial live stock output; v. 5 no.9 - v. 27, 
1 935-57, Commercial live stock output report. 

Poultry market report. 1,Ap5 1927- 

Issuing body varies: 1927-35, Poultry Division; 1935-51, Poultry Services. Vols 
1961- issued jointly with the Poultry Division. Title varies: Ap 1927 - Mr 1935, Egg 
and poultry market review; Ap 1935 - Ap 1951, Egg and poultry market report; 
My 1951 -Ap 1961, Poultry products market report. 

Quarterly forecast of hog marketing. 1 9..- 
Wool grading report. 1 , 1 956- 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Corrugated and solid fibreboard boxes for packing undrawn and 
eviscerated poultry; specifications, sizes, markings, performance 
test. 1953. 

Livestock prices since 1890. 1953. 

Statistical telegraph code. 1 952. 

Wholesale prices of agricultural products. 1914/42, 1914/47, 
1914/52. 

Markets Intelligence and Stock Yards Service. 

The origin and quality of commercial live stock marketed in Canada: 
report. 1-12,1918/20-31// 

No. 1-3 are in mimeograph form with different titles. Continued in Livestock market 
review. 

Meat Inspection Division 



Circular, no. 1,1959- 

Supersedes all previous circulars. 



Office of the Chief Inspector of Stock. 



Report on cattle quarantine in Canada. 1 895/96-1 901 / / 

Title varies slightly. 



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Pesticide Unit. 

Indices and listings of Canadian pesticide registrations. 1 958-69/ / 
Continues Botany and Plant Pathology Division. List of herbicidal products 
registered. Title varies: 1958-62, Herbicidal products currently registered; 1964, 
Registered herbicides; 1965, Index of Canadian pesticide registrations. None 
issued for 1963. Continued by Control Products Section. Pesticides listed by 
active ingredient registered for use in Canada. 



Plant Products Division 

Replaced the Seed Branch in 1938. 



Serials and periodicals. 



Activities report. 1,19..- 

Title varies: 19..- 1965, Report of activities and special developments during the 
month. 

Export of agricultural seeds from Canada. Import of agricultural 
seeds admitted into Canada under the Canada Seeds Act. 1 947- 
1959//? 

Title varies slightly. Superseded by Exports of field seeds, and Imports of field 
seeds admitted into Canada under the Seeds act. 

Exports of field seeds. 1 960? - 

Supersedes, in part, its Export of agricultural seeds from Canada... 

Final seed crop report. 1 943?- 

Title varies slightly. 

Forage seed production prospects. 19..- 

Title varies: 19..- 1969, Forage seed crop prospects. 

General seed crop report. 19..- 

Imports of field seeds admitted into Canada under the seeds act. 
1960?- 

Supersedes, in part, its Export of agricultural seeds from Canada... 

Official results of fertilizer analyses. Resultats officiels des analyses 
d'engraischimiques. 1922/23-40/41// 

Issuing body varies: 1922/23-36/37, Seed Branch. Title varies: 1922/23, Fertil- 
izer samples; 1923/24-28/29, Fertilizer analyses. Analyses d'engrais 
chimiques; 1929/30-34/35, A report of fertilizer analyses. 

Rapport d'analyses d'engrais chimiques. 

Bilingual since 1924/25. 

Project Group on Winter Wheat Improvement. Meeting, no. 1-3, 
1955// 

Seed production prospects. 1 957- 

Supersedes all its earlier series on seed forecasts. Title varies slightly. Issues for 
1 967- issued in two sections: Grass crops and Legume crops. 



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Miscellaneous publications 

Botany for seed analysts. W.H.Wright. 1942. 

Crop certification and certified seed. T.D.C. Hamilton. 1941. 

The effect of potassium nitrate on the germination of freshly 
harvested wheat, oats, barley and flax seed. E.J. Doyle, E. 
Robertson and N.G. Lewis. 1 952. 

Fumigation activities relating to the suppression of the oriental fruit 
moth in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. 1 957. 

The Garnet mixer in relation to seed germination; report of Sub- 
committee on Mixing and Sampling. Pt. II. 1 953. 

General quality requirements for seed grades. 1953. Rev. 1954, 

1958. 
Handbook of micro-analysis. 1950. 

High points in the development of the Dominion Seed Branch, now the 
Plant Products Division. 1957. 

Instructions to applicants for registration of beef cattle fattening feeds 
containing diethylstilbestrol. C.R.Phillips. 1956. 

Japanese beetle soil treating, St. Catharines, Welland and Hamilton. 
R.J. DuBreuil. 1957. 

Legislation in Canada regulating the sale and use of pesticides; and 
N.C.P.U. A. project. 1966. 

List of varieties authorized for sale under the Seeds Act. 1956, 
1962. 

Medicated chick starters for coccidiosis prevention (all mash rations). 
Rev. 1955. 

Methods and procedures of seed testing. 1 950, 1 956, 1 958, 1 965. 

Notes on the history, activities and achievements, 1937 to 1957, of 
the Seed Research Laboratory, Plant Products Division, Production 
Service, Canada Department of Agriculture. 1 957. 

Preliminary estimate of red clover seed production, 1953 crop. 
1953. 

Qualitative and quantitative analysis of phenothiazine. R. Payfer. 
1957. 

Report on cooperative sugar beet seed tests between Canadian and 

German laboratories. 1957. 
Rules for seed testing. 1 945, 1 946. 
Standards for seed crops accepted for certification. 1 940. 
Standing crop certification standards. 1 949. Rev. 1 953, 1 957. 

Statistical information relating to the freight assistance policy for 
eastern Canada and British Columbia. 1 952-1 957. 



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Statistical methods for seed analysts. C.W. Leggatt. 1960. 

A survey of alfalfa seed production in northern Saskatchewan. W.J. 
White and E.C. Hope. 1 939. 

Weeds seeds. W.H.Wright. 1950. 

Working procedures for the protection of "Health approved" seed. 
1948. 

Plant Protection Division 

Serials and periodicals 

Contribution, no.1,19..- 
Intercepted plant pests. 1966/67- 

Newsletter. 1-22, 1944-65/66// 

Superseded by Plant quarantine news. 

Plant quarantine news. 1-3,1 967-70/ / 

Supersedes its Newsletter. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Airport statistics and collection of data for plant quarantine. D. Gray. 

1969. 
Certification of seed potatoes for export. 1 939. 
Conference of officers. 1 939, 1 958. 
Dutch elm disease. W.N. Keenan. 1954. 
Dutch elm disease situation in Canada. L.L. Reed. 1954. 
Dutch elm disease survey - Ontario. 1 951 . 
European (Dutch) elm disease report, 1 946. 1 947. 
Golden nematode - infested old bagging from Europe. 1 952. 

Halide leak detectors for methyl bromide. C.T. Buckland and H.A.U. 
Monro. 1956. 

International Plant Protection Convention (agreement). W.N. 
Keenan. 1952. 

An investigation of Canada's seed potato trade in Cuba. 1 947. 

Japanese beetle trapping and scouting, Ontario. Instructions for trap 

attendants. 1948. 
The Khapra beetle. R.T.Cotton. 1954. 
List of publications on the blackening of potatoes after cooking. B. 

Baribeau. 1951? 

Mechanical injury to potatoes. 1 952. 



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Methyl bromide atmospheric fumigation chamber, construction and 
operation. J.E.King. 1955. 

Minutes of meeting re discovery of alfalfa weevil in western Canada, 
n.d. 

Minutes of meeting to discuss nursery inspection and precautions 
taken to ensure that plants shipped to Nova Scotia are free from 
certain insect pests and diseases. 1 953. 

A new fruit insect. 1956. 

Plant inspection and seed potato certification service. 1 942. 

Plant protection treatments. H.A.U. Monro and R. Delisle. 1 946. 

Potato wart (canker), a destructive disease caused by the fungus 
Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilb.) Percival. 1 950. (Poster) 

Present policy and procedure with respect to the Dutch elm disease 
in Canada. L.L. Reed. 1 956. 

Re: a species of dagger nematode on roses. 1 956. 

Report on trip to south-eastern United States. 1 947. 

A review of literature on the problem of blackening in cooked 
potatoes. B.M. Lawson. 1952. 

Seed potato certification, n.d. 

Soil treatment for Japanese beetle control. L.L. Reed. 1956. 

Some observations on. ..varieties of potatoes. 1 951 -1 952. 

Summary by countries of nursery stock imported, 1 952-1 953. 1 953. 

Summary by ports of nursery stock imported, 1 953/54. 

Summary of changes in regulations for production and sale of 
certified seed potatoes. Changements aux reglements relatifs a la 
production et la vente des plants certifies de pommes de terre, 
sommaire. 1969. 

Summary of nursery stock exports. 1 953/54. 

Summary of results of nursery inspection. 1 952. 

Total production by variety and province... potato crop, in bushels. 
1952,1956. 

Tuber unit planting; a circular for certified seed potato growers, n.d. 

Poultry Division 

Numbered series. 



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Leaflet 

1 Rules for the production and marketing of new-laid eggs. W.A. 

Brown and J. H. Hare. 2nded. 1915. 

2 The importance of the removal of male birds after the breeding 

season. W.A. Brown and J. H. Hare. 1914. 

3 Suggestions for egg circle members. W.A. Brown and T.A. Benson. 

1914. 

4 The preserving of eggs in the home. W.A.Brown. 1915. 

5 The organization of co-operative egg circles. W.A.Brown. 1917. 

6 Standardized grades for eggs. 1921. 

Pamphlet. 

Continued in the dept's Pamphlet. 

1 Winter egg production. W.A.Brown. 1913. 

2 The crate fattening of poultry. T.A.Benson. 1913. 

3 The candling of eggs. W.A.Brown. 1913. 

4 The organization of cooperative egg circles. W.A.Brown. 1914. 

5 Plan of permanent laying house for poultry. W.A. Brown and T.A. 

Benson. 1914. 

6 The payment for eggs according to quality. W.A. Brown, J.H. Hare 

andW.H. Ault. 1914. 

7 The egg and poultry situation in Canada, with notes upon the possible 

effect of the war upon the development of the industry. W.A. 
Brown. 1915. 

8 The "egg case plan" and its use in connection with the establishment 

of a system of "quality payment" in the purchase of eggs. J.H. 
Hare. 1916. 

Recipe folder. 

1 Poultry recipes, by Canadian chefs, n.d. 

Stencil bulletin. 

1 Round and tape worm diseases of poultry. C.H. Weaver. 1938. 

2 Coccidiosis of chickens. C.H. Weaver. 1939. 

3 Not published. 

4 Common colds and roup of the domestic fowl. C.H. Weaver, n.d. 

5 Not published. 

6 Not published. 

7 Not published. 

8 Tuberculosis of fowls. C.H. Weaver. 1954. 



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Stencil bulletin cont. 

9 A medicinal tonic mixture for poultry. C.H. Weaver. 1954. 

10 Not published. 

11 So called infectious bronchitis of fowls (Laryngotracheitis). C.H. 

Weaver. 1954. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Central production test: final report. 1 , 1 956- 

Issuing body varies: 1-3, Livestock and Poultry Division. Title varies: 1-2, Central 
laying test. 

Hatchery outlook. 1 952?- 

Progress report. 1920/21-49/54// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Dominion Poultry Husbandman (varies slightly). 
Superseded by Animal and Poultry Science Division. Progress report. 

Records of Canadian egg production tests. 1 962/637-65/66// 

Absorbed by Central production test: final report. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Canadian standards for eggs. n.d. 

Care in handling of dressed poultry, n.d. 

Committee on Dressed Poultry Standards. Report. 1 928. 

The dehydration of eggs in Canada. D.A.Fletcher. 1947. 

Egg price chart, "Ready Reckoner". 1 958. 

Egg publicity paragraphs, n.d. 

Government grades are the standards of quality for dressed poultry, 
n.d. 

The grades of dressed poultry, n.d. 

How to barbecue chicken for a crowd. 1 965. 

Specific gravity - a new method of testing eggs for hatchability. n.d. 

Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration 

Name varies: 1949-59, Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Branch. Transferred 
July 12, 1968, to the Dept. of Forestry and Rural Development which 
changed on Apr. 1 , 1969, to Dept. of Regional Economic Expansion. 

Numbered series. 



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Pamphlet. 

No. 

1 The Prairie farm rehabilitation act. 1941. 

2 Cultural activities under the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act. 1941. 

3 Soil and economic surveys. 1941. 

4 Range conservation. 1941. 

5 Community pastures and reserve areas. 1941. 

6 Re-settlement. 1941. 

7 Val Marie irrigation project. 1 941 . 

8 Water development; individual project. 1941. 

9 Prairie farm rehabilitation water development program; small 

community and municipal projects. 1 941 . 

10 Large projects. 1941. 

1 1 Engineering and agricultural services provided for water develop- 

ment under P.F. R.A. 1 941 . 

12 Use of aerial surveys in P.F.R. A. work. 1941. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Advisory Committee on Land Utilization. Minutes and proceedings. 
1942-49//? 

Title varies: 1942, Minutes and report; 1943-45, Report of the meeting; 1946-47, 
Proceedings. 

Advisory Committee on Land Utilization. Recommendations. 1942- 
1943-47//? 

Annual report. 1935/36-67/68// 

Issuing body varies: 1935-48, Dept. of Agriculture. Title varies: 1935-51, Report 
on activities under the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act. 
(other slight variations in title). 

Monthly report to the Deputy Minister on Prairie farm rehabilitation 
and related activities. 19. .-1968// 

Progress report on cultural activities under the P.F.R. A. act. 1936- 

41// 

Summary report for the Tree Nursery, Indian Head. 1 963-68/ / 

Supersedes Forest Nursery Station, Indian Head, Sask. Summary Report. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

The annual cost of the eastern irrigation district. 1 965. 

The annual cost of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District. 1 966. 

The Bow River irrigation project. 1 954. Rev. 1 963, 1 965. 

Brief to the Royal Commission on Canada's Economic Prospects. 
L.B.Thomson. 1955. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Committee on Irrigation Experimentation. Report. 1 942. 
Community pasture operations. 1 965-66. 
Community pastures. 1 954. Rev. 1 963, 1 968. 

Design winds for reservoirs in southern Manitoba. G.A. McKay. 

1966. 
Irrigation on the prairie farm. 1 954. 
The Lillooet Valley reclamation project. 1 954. 

Mechanical grazing report, 1 959. W.B. Herringer. 1 959. Rev. 1 960, 

1961. 
Meeting re cultural work, P.F.R.A., February 1 9-21 , 1 940. 1 940. 

Meteorological conditions leading to the project design and probable 
max.: Flood-Paddle River. G.A. McKay. 1966. 

The P.F.R.A. community pasture program. 1 952. 

The prairie farm reservoirs. 1954. 

Pre-development farm. 1 964. Rev. 1 965. 

Probable maximum snowpack and rainstorm: Penticton, Creek, B.C. 
G.A. McKay. 1965. 

Procedure for the establishment of community pastures and rules 
and regulations for the operation thereof. 1 943. Rev. 1 958. 

Proposed large water development projects in the P.F.R.A. area of 
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. B.Russell. 1942. 

Report, conservation and food control, Assiniboine River. 1 952. 

Report of committees and brief summaries of some of the papers 
presented at the conference of P.F.R.A. workers, Brandon, Man., 
January 23, 24, and 25, 1 940. 1 940. 

Report on activities in Wilson Creek Watershed, April 1, 1962, to 
March 31, 1963. 1963. 

Report on the reconnaissance of the irrigation projects of the 
corporation of the city of Penticton. 1 961 . 

The St. Mary irrigation project. 1 954. Rev. 1 966, 1 968. 

The Saskatchewan River reclamation project. 1 954. 

Saskatchewan River reclamation project. Interim reports. 1-10. 
1956. 

Saskatchewan River reclamation project. Report. H.G. Riesen and 
E. Kuiper. 1956. 

Shelterbelt trees. 1967. 

The South Saskatchewan River Dam. 1 958. 

South Saskatchewan River Project; construction progress report. 
1960. 1965,1966. 

South Saskatchewan River Project, 1 958-1 967. 1 967. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Storm rainfall and runoff at Buffalo Gap, Saskatchewan. G.A. McKay 
andJ.G.S. McMorin. 1962. 

Tree nurseries. 1 963. Rev. 1 965. 

Water development manual for field offices. 1 966. 

Water development under the Prairie farm rehabilitation program; 
dugouts, stockwatering dams, irrigation projects, community 
projects. 1966. 

Water for prairie communities. 1 954. 

Water problem? Try PFRA water development service for personal 
friendly reliable action. 1967. 

Water rights sample plans for water development, field manual. 
1966. 

Production and Marketing Branch 

Montreal livestock markets report. Annuel des marches a bestiaux. 
19..- 

Re: conditions in transit of B.C. strawberries and loganberries by rail 
to destinations in the Prairie Provinces, June-July 1959. G. Miller 
and others. 1960. 

Record of performance for swine. 1 963? 

Report on progency testing in beef herds. J.D. Baird. 1962. 

Services and revenue, December 14, 1 962. 1 962. 

Production Service. 



Serials and periodicals 

Canadian record of performance for purebred dairy cattle: report. 1 - 
48,1908-55/56// 

Issuing body varies: 1-29, Live Stock Branch. Reports 41-48 issued in parts by 
breed: Ayrshire, Brown Swiss - Red Poll - Shorthorn, Canadian, Guernsey, 
Holstein-Friesian, Jersey. Superseded in 1959 by an abridged version of the report 
called Canadian record of performance for purebred dairy cattle: summary report, 
issued by the Livestock Division. 

National bacon hog policy; record of performance and advanced 
registry for purebred swine. 1 936-57/ / ? 

Subtitle varies slightly. Some reports issued in French only as Programme 
national pour le pore a bacon... 



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Miscellaneous publications. 

Approved flock policy for purebred sheep (Western). 1 953. 

Boys' and girls' livestock and field crop clubs. Club secretary's record 
book. 1948,1952. 

Boys' and girls' sheep club policy; Maritime Provinces. 1 952. 

Boys' and girls' swine club policy; Maritime Provinces. 1 952. 

Experimental slaughter test for sheep. 1 938. 

4-H cattle club policy: Maritime Provinces, administered jointly by the 
provincial department of agriculture and the Canada Department of 
Agriculture, Production Service. 1 955. 

4-H sheep club policy: Maritime Provinces, administered jointly by the 
provincial departments of agriculture and the Canada Department 
of Agriculture, Production Service. 1 955. 

4-H swine club policy: Maritime Provinces, administered jointly by the 
provincial departments of agriculture and the Canada Department 
of Agriculture, Production Service. 1 955. 

National bacon hog policy; sow distribution. 1 939. 

The present situation of the beef cattle farms in the Eastern 
townships. H. Pintal. 1943. 

Reduce pig losses. 1 944. 

Slaughter test for sheep. 1938. 

Research Branch 

Formed in 1959 by the consolidation of the Experimental Farms Service 

and the Science Service. 

Numbered series. 



British Columbia soil survey; report. 

Issuing body varies: 1936-59, Experimental Farms Service. 

Soil survey of the Lower Fraser Valley. C.C. Kelley and R.H. 
Spilsbury. 1939. 

Soil survey of the Prince George area, British Columbia. C.C. Kelley 
andL. Farstad. 1946. 

Soil survey of the Okanagan and Similkameen valieys. C.C. Kelley 
and R.H. Spilsbury. 1949. 

Soil survey of the Quesnel, Nechako, Frangois Lake and Bulkley- 
Terrace areas in the central interior of British Columbia. L. 
Farstad and D.G. Laird. 1 954. 

Soil survey of the Upper Kootenay and Elk River valleys in the East 
Kootenay District of British Columbia. C.C. Kelley and P.N. 
Sprout. 1956. 



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British Columbia soil survey; report cont. 

No. 

6 Soil survey of Southeast Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands, British 

Columbia. J.H. Day, L. Farstad and D.G. Laird. 1 959. 

7 Soil survey of the Upper Columbia River Valley in the East Kootenay 

District of British Columbia. C.C. Kelley and W.D. Holland. 1 961 . 

8 Soil survey of the Peace River area in British Columbia. L. Farstad 

and others. 1965. 

9 Soil survey of the Kettle River Valley in the Boundary District of British 

Columbia. P.N. Sprout and C.C. Kelley. 1964. J 

10 Soils of the Upper Fraser Valley in the Rocky Mountain Trench of 

British Columbia. H.J. Hortie, A.J. Green and T.M. Lord. 1 970. 

1 1 Soils of the Tofino-Ucluelet Lowland of British Columbia. K.W.G. 

Valentine. 1971. 

1 2 Soils of the Fort Nelson area of British Columbia. K.W.G. Valentine. 

1971. 

New Brunswick soil survey; report. 

Issuing body varies: 1940-59, Experimental Farms Service. 

1 Soil survey of the Fredericton-Gagetown area, New Brunswick. P.C. 

Stobbe. 1 940. 

2 Soil survey of the Woodstock area, New Brunswick. P.C. Stobbe and 

H. Aalund. 1944. 

3 Soil survey report of southeastern New Brunswick. H. Aalund and 

R.E. Wicklund. 1950. 

4 Soil survey of southwestern New Brunswick. R.E. Wicklund and K.K. 

Langmaid. 1953. 

5 Soil survey of the Andover-Plaster Rock area, New Brunswick. 

J.F.G. Millette and K.K. Langmaid. 1 964. 

6 Descriptions of sandy soils in cleared areas of coastal Kent and 

southern Northumberland Counties, N.B. K.K. Langmaid and 
others. 1964. 

Nova Scotia soil survey; report. 

Issuing body varies: 1940-59, Experimental Farms Service. 

1 Soil survey of the Annapolis Valley fruit growing area. L.C. Harlow 

and G.B.Whiteside. 1943. 

2 Soil survey of Cumberland County, Nova Scotia. G.B. Whiteside, 

R.E. Wicklund and G.R. Smith. 1 945. 

3 Soil survey of Colchester County, Nova Scotia. R.E. Wicklund and 

G.R.Smith. 1948. 

4 Soil survey of Pictou County, Nova Scotia. D.B. Cann and R.E. 

Wicklund. 1950. 



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Nova Scotia soil survey; report cont. 

No. 

5 Soil survey of Hants County, Nova Scotia. D.B. Cann, J.D. Hilchey 

and G.R.Smith. 1954. 

6 Soil survey of Antigonish County, Nova Scotia. D.B. Cann and J.D. 

Hilchey. 1954. 

7 Soil survey of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. D.B. Cann and J.D. 

Hilchey. 1958. 

8 Soil survey of Queens County, Nova Scotia. D.B. Cann and J.D. 

Hilchey. 1959. 

9 Soil survey of Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia. J.D. Hilchey, D.B. 

Cann and J.I. MacDougall. 1 960. 

10 Soil survey of Shelbourne County, Nova Scotia. J.I. MacDougall, 

D.B. Cann and J.D. Hilchey. 1 961 . 

1 1 Soil survey of Digby County, Nova Scotia. J.D. Hilchey, D.B. Cann 

and J.I. MacDougall. 1 962. 

12 Soil survey of Cape Breton Island. D.B. Cann, J.I. MacDougall and 

J.D. Hilchey. 1963. 

13 Soil survey of Halifax County, Nova Scotia. J.I. MacDougall, D.B. 

Cann and J.D. Hilchey. 1 963. 

1 4 Soil survey of Guysborough County, Nova Scotia. J.D. Hilchey, D.B. 

Cann and J.I. MacDougall. 1 964. 

15 Soil survey of Kings County, Nova Scotia. D.B. Cann, J.I. 

MacDougall and J.D. Hilchey. 1 965. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Animal science newsletter. 1 , 1 955- 

Issuing body and title vary: 1-5 no. 1, Livestock and Poultry Division. Animal and 
poultry science newsletter. Suspended with vol.5 no. 3, 1 959; resumed with vol.6 
no.1, 1961. 

Annual progress report: North Central Ontario experimental project 
farms. 1960-61// 

Subtitle varies: 1 960, North Central Ontario project research stations. 

Cereal news. 1-15,1 952-70/ / 

Issuing body varies: 1952-58, Cereal crops Division. 

Crop variety guide for the Atlantic Provinces. 1 954-61 / / ? 

Issuing body varies: 1 954-59, Experimental Farms Service. Title varies slightly. 

Entomology newsletter. 1 -47 no.3, 1 920-Ag 1 969/ / 

Titlevaries:1-19no. 1/2, 1920-38, Entomological Branch news letter; l9no.3/4-31 
no. 10, 1938-53, Division of Entomology news letter; 31 no. 1 1-37 no.3, 1953-59, 
Entomology Division news letter. 

Forage notes. 1 , 1 955- 

Issuing body varies: 1-5 no. 1, 1955-59, Forage Crops Division. 
Highlights. 1 -1 1 9, D 1 961 -D 1 966// 
Progress report of the regional potato trials in Ontario. 1 9627-68/ / 

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Serials and Periodicals cont 



Project Group on Breeding Spring Wheats for the Prairie Provinces. 
Annual report. 1-15, 1947-61// 

Issuing body varies: 1-14, 1947-59, Experimental Farms Service. Title varies 
slightly. 

Research report. 1967- 

Soil horizons. 1, 1959- 

Tableau. 1970- 

Work Planning Meeting on Forage Crops in Canada. Report. 1 963?- 

Name of the meeting varies: 1 963-65 Forage Research Work Planning Meeting. 
Until 1971? separate meetings were held for Western Canada and Eastern 
Canada. 

Work Planning Meeting on Potato Breeding. Report. 1 969?- 

Title varies: 1969, Summation of the potato breeding trials in the regions in 
Canada, and the trial plans for 1970. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Annual progress report, North Central Ontario: experimental project 
farms. 1961. 

Annual progress report, North Central Ontario: project research 
stations. 1960. 

Canadian agricultural thesaurus. D. Leatherdale. 1971. 

Cereal Crops Management and Production Equipment Systems Work 
Planning Meeting, Swift Current, 1 970. 1 970. 

A climatological analysis of irrigation requirements in the lower 
Fraser Valley, B.C. W.G. Baier, W. Robertson and M.F. Clarke. 
1969. 

Guide to the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. 1 967? 

Memorandum on agriculture in Yukon. F.S. Nowosad. 1960. 

1971 inventory of agricultural research projects. 1971. 

1 966 inventory of agricultural research projects. 1 967. 

Pedigrees and other basic data of cultivars of oats: worldwide 
material that is needed for identification and registration. B.R. 
Baum. Appendix: Description of the computer system. B.K. 
Thompson. 1969. 

Plant Research Institute, William Saunders Building. 1 969. 

Proceedings of the symposium on minimum tillage, 1 970. 1 970. 

Reconnaissance soil survey of the Takhinni and Dezadeash Valleys 
in the Yukon Territory. J.H. Day. 1 962. 

Report of the meeting on the development of pasture from bushlands 
in western Canada. 1964. 

Research Branch, Canada Department of Agriculture. 1 966. 



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Miscellaneous Publications cont. 



Research Branch Conference, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, 
Mar. 6-10, 1961. 1961. 

Soil survey of Argenteuil, Two Mountains and Terrebonne Counties. 
P.G. Lajoie. 1960. 

Soil survey of Gatineau and Pontiac Counties, Quebec. P.G. Lajoie. 
1962. 

Soil temperature records at eight localities in Canada, 1959-1960. 
J.G.Potter. 1962. 

Soils of the Slave River Lowland in the Northwest Territories. J.H. 
Day. 1972. 

Survey of Canadian meat research; resources and activities. N.W. 
Tape. 1972. 

Weather modification: a survey of the present status with respect to 
agriculture. J. Maybank and W. Baier. 1970. 

Wild rice. 1959. 

Work Planning Meeting on Agricultural Meteorology Proceedings 
1971. 1971. 

Work Planning Meeting on Beef Cattle Production Systems-Cow-Calf 
Operation and Feedlot Finishing in Cold Climates, 1971. Minutes. 
1971. 

Work Planning Meeting on Corn, Harrow, 1 972. Report. 1 972. 

Work Planning Meeting on Dairy and Beef Cattle Research, Ottawa, 
1 967. Proceedings. 1 967. 

Work Planning Meeting on High Density Orchards, Ottawa, 1972. 
Proceedings; report. 1972. 

Work Planning Meeting on Irrigation of Crops, Swift Current, Sask., 
1 969. Proceedings 1 969? 

Work Planning Meeting on Minerals for Livestock, Saskatoon, 1970. 
Minutes. 1970. 

Work-Planning Meeting on Orchard Pests at K.W. Neatby Building, 
Ottawa. 1 966. 

Work Planning Meeting on Reviewing Use Patterns for Organochlo- 
rine Insecticides and Parathion, Replacement Compounds and 
Priorities for Research, Ottawa, 1 970. Report. 1 970. 

Work Planning Meeting on Sheep Research, 3d, Ottawa, 1970. 
Proceedings. 1970. 

Work Planning Meeting on Soil Organic Matter, 1970. Proceedings 
1970. 

Work Planning Meeting on Soil Physics, Swift Current Sask., 1968. 
Proceedings 1968? 

Work Planning Committee on Tree Fruit Breeding. 1 963. 



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Work Planning Meeting on Veterinary and Medical Entomology, 
Lethbridge, Alta, 1 967. Proceedings 1 967. 

Work Planning Meeting on Weed Control. Minutes. 1 971 ? 

Research Program Services 

Insect liberations in Canada, no.36, 1 972- 

Continues publication with the same title issued by the Research Institute, 
Belleville. Ont. 

Science Service 

Consolidated in 1959 with Experimental Farms Service to form the 

Research Branch. 

Numbered series. 



Meeting papers and memos. 

1 The organization of science in the Dominion Department of 

Agriculture. S.R.N. Hodgins. 1946. 

2 Research problems; some major ones underway on experimental 

farms, by divisions. 1946. 

2a Science service. H.L. Truemanand J.H. Craigie. 1946. 

3 Nutritive value of Canadian agricultural products; special studies. 

1946. 

4 Plant and animal breeding on Canadian experimental farms. 1946. 

5 Modern fibres; effect on existing production and use of staple fibres. 

1946. 

6 Agricultural engineering in Canada. 1946. 

7 Interchange of breeding materials. M. Barker and W.N. Keenan. 

1946. 

7a Dissemination of scientific information. 

8 Problems in collaboration with other members of British Common- 

wealth. 1946. 

9 Exchange of scientific workers. 1946. 

10 Land utilization of conservation in Canada. E.S. Hopkins and C.C. 
Coutts. 1946. 

12 Modern developments in soil mechanics. P.O.Ripley. 1946. 

13 Uniformity standards of measurement. 1946. 

14 Honey bees and pollination. 1946. 



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Meeting papers and memos cont. 

No. 

15 List of abstracts being received by branch farms from Imperial 
Agricultural Bureaux. 1 946. 

Serials and periodicals 

Quarterly report. 1 948-59/ / 
Report of the Director. 1 944-56/ / 

Title varies slightly. Superseded by Report on research. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Fumigation of pine nursery stock to prevent the spread of the 
European pine shoot moth; progress report no. I. H.A.U. Monro. 
1954. 

Minutes of a meeting of Science Service officials to discuss the 
organization of a Plant Pest and Disease Reporting Service in 
Canada in comformity with the International Plant Protection 
Convention, Jan. 1 4, 1 953. 1 953. 

Report for December, 1952 of the Biological Control Section, 
Laboratory of Entomology, Vancouver, B.C. 1 952. 

Research in Science Service, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa. A 
statement prepared for the Ontario Research Council, May 13, 
1953. 

Results of tests with benzene hexachloride by the Division of 
Entomology Division in 1 946. W.L. Putman. 1 947. 

Science Service directory; laboratories and staff. 1 954, 1 956. 

Science Service Laboratory, St. Jean. Quebec. 1 953. 

Scientific Information Section 

Name varies: Pesticide Technical Information Office. 

Summary data sheet. 1960?- 

Title varies: 1 960- 1 96 1 , Data summary sheet. 

Insecticide newsletter. 1-11,1 950-62/ / 

Issuing body varies: 1950- Mr 1959, Entomology Division. Superseded by 
Pesticide progress. 

Seed Branch 

Became the Plant Products Division in 1938. 

Numbered series. 



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Bulletin S 



No. 



1 The Seed Control Act, reprinted from the Revised statutes of Canada, 

1906. Vol. III. chapter 128, with general explanations and rules for 
taking samples and methods of seed testing. 1905. Rev. 1907, 
1910. 

2 The production and use of seed grain. J.Murray. 1905. 

3 Bunt or the stinking smut of wheat. J.H. Faull. 1907. 

4 Seed corn, field root and garden seed. Seed trade investigation. 

1908. 

5 List of public institutions that have been supplied with the first edition 

of "Farm weeds of Canada" and announcement regarding the sale 
of the second edition. 1909. 

6 1. The Seed Control Act, 1911. 2. Seed samples for purity and 

germination tests. 3. Weeds and weed seeds. 1911. 

7 Wild oats and false wild oats, their nature and distinctive characters. 

N. Criddle. 1912. 

8 Weeds and weed seeds illustrated and described. G.H. Clark. 

1914. 

9 An inquiry regarding the wheat, oats, barley, flax and ensilage corn 

used for seed in Canada. E.D.Eddy. 1915. 

Pamphlet S 

1 Cleaning seed. J.R. Dymond. 1918. 

2 Red clover seed and its impurities. J.R. Dymond. 1918. 

3 Ribgrass(PlantagolanceolataL) 1918. 

4 Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifoliaL.) 1918. 

5 Night-flowering catchfly (SilenenoctifloraL.) 1918. 

6 Green foxtail (Setaria viridisL. Beauv.) 1918. 

7 Black medick(MedicagolupulinaL) 1918. 

8 Sheep sorrel (Rumex acetosellaL.) 1918. 

9 Plantains (PlantagoSpp.) 1918. 

10 Upright cinquefoil (PotentillamonspeliensisL.) 1918. 

1 1 Seed grain. Importance of strong vitality and germination tests. 

1918. 

12 Seed importation regulations. 1918. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Report of the Seed Commissioner. 1 904-1 4// 
Seed, feed and fertilizer markets. 1 -5, 1 923-29// 



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Miscellaneous publications. 

Alleged violations of the Seed Control Act, 1 905. 1 906. 

Catalogue of seeds held for exchange; supplement to 1910 list. 
1911. 

Conditions of the trade in clover and grass seeds in the Province of 
British Columbia. W.C. McKillican and H.H. Miller. 1 907. 

Conditions of the trade in timothy, alsike and red clover seeds; results 
of investigations. 1902. 

Farm weeds of Canada. G.H. Clark and J. Fletcher. 1909. 

Field root and vegetable seed crops. 1 91 5. 

Fodder and pasture plants. G.H. Clark and M.O. Malte. 1913. 

Germination tests, n.d. 

Grain screenings. J. Dymond, E.S. Archibald and F.C. Elford. 
1915. 

Macdonald Sloyd school fund: prizes in seed grain competition. 
1900. 

Professor Robertson on the extension of nature studies, n.d. 

Results of germination tests of wheat, oats and barley from Manitoba, 
Saskatchewan and Alberta for November and December 1907. 
1908. 

Seed corn - announcement regarding new control system. 1916, 
1917. 

Seed grain. 1916. 

The seed supply in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Special 
bulletin. E.D.Eddy. 1912. 

Seed testing. G.H.Clark. 1907,1910,1912,1917. 

Summary of illustrated lectures on seed grain. G.H.Clark. 1905. 

Summary of particulars regarding prize winning and commendable 
seed exhibits at seed fairs in Alberta, 1910-1 1 . 

Summary of particulars regarding prize winning and commendable 
seed exhibits at seed fairs in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta. 
1907-8. 

Summary of particulars regarding prize winning and commendable 
seed exhibits at seed fairs in Saskatchewan and Alberta, 1908- 
1909. 

Summary results of competitions in standing fields of seed grain, 
1906, as shown by judges' score cards. Manitoba, Saskatchewan 
and Alberta. G.H.Clark. 1906,1907. 

Summary of results of competitions in standing fields of seed grain, 
Ontario. 1907, 1908. 



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Summary of results of competitions in standing fields of seed grain, 
Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, 
1909 and 1910. n.d. 

Summary of results of competitions in standing fields of seed grain, 
Saskatchewan and Alberta. 1 908, 1 909, 1910. 

Sheep and Goat Division. 



Pamphlet. 

Continued in the dept's Pamphlet. 

1 Some facts worth serious thought by Canadian farmers. T.R. Arkell. 

1914. 

2 Preparing wool for market. T.R. Arkell. 1914. 

3 Wool and its manufacture. T.R. Arkell. 1914. 

4 Advice to the beginner in the selection of breeding stock. T.R. Arkell. 

1914. 

Rev. as: Breeds and types of sheep. 1915. 

5 Care of the ewe and lamb. T.R. Arkell. 1914. 

6 Advantages of dipping. T.R. Arkell. 1914. 

7 Practical assistance to wool growers in the marketing of their wool 

clips. 1914. 

8 Care of the ram and ewes during the breeding season. T.R. Arkell 

and N. Stansfield. 1914. 

9 Castration and docking. T.R. Arkell and N. Stansfield. 1915. 

10 Advantages of sheep raising. T.R. Arkell. 1915. 

11 Hothouse or winter lamb raising upon Canadian farms. T.R. Arkell 

and H.V.Bent. 1915. 

12 The Angora goat. T.R. Arkell and H.V. Bent. 1915. 

13 Wool price calculator. T.R. Arkell. 1916. 

14 Review of co-operative wool sales in Canada, preparing wool for 

market. T.R. Arkell and J.K. King. 1 91 6. 

15 Karakule sheep and Persian lamb fur production. G.E. O'Brien. 

1918. 

16 Value of castration and docking. N. Stansfield and A. Morton. 1919. 

1 7 A directory of breeders of pure-bred sheep and goats in the Dominion 

of Canada. 1919. 

18 Sheep account and private record book. 1920. 

19 Information concerning the policy of the Live Stock Branch regarding 

purebred rams. 1919. 



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Statistical Research Service 

Name varies: Biometric Unit; Statistical Research and Service Unit; 
Statistics Research Service; Statistical Research and Services. 

Numbered series 



Processed publications. 

1 The use of random number tables. G.B. Oakland. 1951. 

2 Sequential analysis. G.B.Oakland. 1951. 

3 Handbook on statistical methods. C.E. Cox. 1 953. Rev. 1 954. 

4 Tests of significance. For use in comparisons of several means, with 

particular reference to Duncan's multiple range test. P. Robinson. 
1959. 

5 The statistical analysis of genetic linkage date. G.B. Oakland. 

1959. 

6 Composite designs and their use in agricultural research. P. 

Robinson. 1960. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Research report. 1 959/66- 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Table of transformationWx + 1 12. 

Tobacco Division. 

Numbered series. 



Tobacco bulletin. 

Title varies slightly. Continued in Experimental Farms Service. 

Bulletin. Second series. 

1 Tobacco; preparation of the seedlings and the care to be given to 

them. F. Charlan. 1906. 

2 Tobacco; manures in tobacco culture. F. Charlan. 1906. 

3 The growing of tobacco. F. Charlan. 1907. 

4 Report on the tobacco industry in Ontario. W.A. Barnet. 1909. 



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Tobacco bulletin cont. 

No. 

5 The importance of rotations in tobacco culture. O. Chevalier. 1900. 

6 Experimental work carried on in 1908. F. Charlan and O. Chevalier. 

1909. 

7 Bright tobacco; a tour through South Virginia and North Carolina. F. 

Charlan. 1909. 

8 Experimental work, 1 909. F. Charlan. 1 909. 

9 Work of experimental stations in 1 909. F. Charlan, O. Chevalier and 

W.A. Barnet. 1910. 

10 Tobacco growing in British Columbia. F. Charlan. 1910. 

11 Tobacco culture in Canada. F. Charlan. 1911. 

12 Report for the year, 1910. n.d. 

1 3 Quebec experimental tobacco stations, season 1911. O. Chevalier. 

1912. 

14 Research work at Harrow Experimental Station in 1911. W.A. 

Barnet. 1912. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Report. 1906-54/58// 

Reports for 1908-11 issued as its Tobacco bulletin, 6, 8, 9 and 12. Title varies 
slightly. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Flue-curing tobacco in Ontario. 1 952. 

Flue-curing tobacco in southwestern Ontario. 1 937. 

Market for Canadian tobacco in Great Britain. T.G.Major, n.d. 

Proceedings of the tobacco meetings held at Ottawa, February 18- 
20,1957. 1957. 



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SECTION III: PUBLICATIONS OF RESEARCH 

ESTABLISHMENTS 

Animal Diseases Research Institute, Hull, Que. 

Abstracts of articles found in the literature of 1 950 only, and prepared 
by members of the staff of the Animal Diseases Research Institute. 
1951. 

Animal Research Institute, Ottawa. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 959- 
Greenbelt Farm. 1969. 

Research report. 1959/64- 

Supersedes, in part, Animal and Poultry Science Division. Progress Report. 

Botanic Garden and Arboretum. 

Name varies: 19. .-1965, Dominion Arboretum and Botanic Garden. 
Index seminum. 1938?- 

Cereal Breeding Laboratory, Winnipeg, Man. 

Consolidated with the Plant Pathology Laboratory and the Entomology 
Laboratory in 1959 to form the Research Station in Winnipeg. 

Progress report. 1938/48-55/58// 

Report for 1938/48 issued in Cereal Crops Division. Progress report. 

Chemistry and Biology Research Institute, Ottawa. 

Name of institute varies: 1959-67, Microbiology Research Institute; 1967- 
71 , Cell Biology Research Institute. 

Contribution, no.480?- 1 959- 

Continues Bacteriology Division. Contribution. 

Research report. 1 959/62- 

Supersedes Bacteriology Division. Progress report. 

Entomology Laboratory, Chatham, Ont. 

Comparison of the toxicity of certain insecticides to insects applied by 
direct contact and as soil treatments. C.R. Harris and J.H. 
Mazurek. 1964. 

Contribution. 1 -74, 1 959-66/ / ? 
Research report. 1 951 /61 -1 965/66// 

Review of the available information on the persistance of chlorinated 
hydrocarbon insecticide residues in soil. C.R. Harris. 1 964. 



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Specific methods for testing for the development of resistance in 
insects. C.R.Harris. 1963. 

Entomology Laboratory, Kamloops, B.C. 

Contribution. 1-15, 1959-61//? 

Research report. 1928/61// 

Superseded by Research Station, Kamloops, B.C. Research report. 

Entomology Research Institute, Ottawa. 

Replaced the Entomology Division in 1959. 

Insect identification. 1 967. 
Research report. 1 959/64- 

Experimental Farm, Fort Vermilion, Alta. 

Name of farm varies: Experimental Substation. 

Research report. 1 939/48-62/64// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Experimental sub- 
stations. ..reports of the experimentalists in charge. Title varies: 1939/48-49/ 
58, Progress report. Continued in the Research report of the Research Station, 
Beaverlodge, Alta. 

Experimental Farm, Fort William, Ont. 

Research report. 1 961 /65// 

Supersedes Division of Illustration Stations Progress report. ..Fort William. 
Continued in Ottawa Research Station. Research report. 

Experimental Farm, Indian Head, Sask. 

Research report. 1 920/21 - 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30 Report of the Superintendent; 1931/36, Results of experiments; 1937/46- 
47/56, Progress report. 

Experimental Farm, Kamloops, B.C. 

Name of farm varies: Range Experiment Station. 

Beef bull research project.. .Summary report, n.d. 

Farm and ranch equipment for beef cattle. W.A. Hubbard and T.G. 
Willis. 1957. 

Research report. 1947/53-54/61 // 

Title varies: 1947/53, Progress report. Superseded by Research Station, 
Kamloops, B.C. Research report. 

Summary report, 1 935-1 939. E.W. Tisdale. n.d. 



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Experimental Farm, Kapuskasing, Ont. 

Name of farm varies: Experimental Station. 

Contribution, no.1,19..- 

Deciduous shrubs for the great clay belt of northern Ontario and 
Quebec. F.X. Gosselin and K.G. Coates. 1 954? 

Progress report. 1922-52/58// 

Supersedes, in part, Experimental Farms Service. Interim reports of the stations in 
northern Ontario and Quebec: Kapuskasing, Ont.; La Ferme, Que. Title varies: 
1922-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1931/36, Results of experiments. 
Continued in Ottawa Research Station. Research report. 

Experimental Farm, L'Assomption, Que. 

Name of farm varies: Experimental Station; Research Station. 

Research report. 1928/29-58/60// 

Title varies: 1928/29, Report of the Superintendent; 1930/36, Results of 
experiments 1 937- 1 952, Progress report. Later reports published in French only. 

Experimental Farm, Lennoxville, Que. 

Name of farm varies: Experimental Station. 

Progress report. 1920/21-53/58// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1931/35, Results of experiments. Later 
reports issued in French only. 

Experimental Farm, Manyberries, Alta. 

Name of farm varies: Range Experimental Station; Range Experimental 

Farm. 

Research highlights. 19..- 

Research report. 1 927/36-59/61 // 

Title varies: 1927/36, Results of experiments; 1937/47-54/58, Progress report. 
Continued in Research Station, Lethbridge. Alta. Research report. 

A survey of ranching problems. 1949. 

A survey of the problems of the range livestock industry in British 
Columbia, 1931. L.B.Thomson. 1931. 

Taxation in relation to livestock production on the short grass plains. 
L.B.Thomson. 1931? 

Experimental Farm, Mile 1019, Alaska Highway, Yukon 

Territory. 

Name of farm varies: Experimental Sub-Station, Whitehorse, Yukon 

Territory. 

Research report. 1945/52-60/64// 

Title varies: 1945/52-53/59, Progress report. Continued in Research Station, 
Beaverlodge, Alta. Research Report. 



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Experimental Farm, Nappan, N.S. 

Contribution, no. 1,1959- 

Research report. 1 920/21 -65/66// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1932/36, Results of experiments; 1937/ 
47-53/57, Progress report. Continued in Research Station, Kentville, N.S. 
Research report. 

Research summary. 1966- 

Winter shelter for beef cows. T.M. Maclntyre and J.W.G. Nicholson. 
1970. 

Experimental Farm, Prince George, B.C. 

Research report. 1940/51-57/62// 

Supersedes Experimental Station, Windemere, B.C. Results of experiments. Title 
varies: 1940/51-52/56, Progress report. Continued in Research Station, 
Beaverlodge, Alta. Research report. 

Experimental Farm, Ste Anne de la Pocatiere, Que. 

Name of farm varies: Experimental Station. 

Progress report. 1920/21-52/56// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-31/36, Report of the Superintendent. Later reports issued in French only. 

Experimental Farm, Scott, Sask. 

Name of farm varies: Experimental Station. 

Drying of vegetables, n.d. 

Progress report. 1920/21-54/58// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1931/36, Results of experiments. Abs- 
orbed by Research Station, Saskatoon, Sask. Research report. 

Progress report of Prairie regional potato trials, 1 965. W.A. Russell. 
1965. 

Progress report of Prairie regional potato trials, 1 967. W.A. Russell. 
1968. 

Recipe for syrup from sugar beets, n.d. 

Research summary. 1 956?- 

Title varies: 1956-1961? Summary of research results (varies slightly). 

Experimental Farm, Smithers, B.C. 

Name of farm varies: Experimental Substation. 



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Research report. 1 938/50-56/60// 

Information on the Illustration Station at Smithers for 1923-38 issued in Division of 
Illustration Stations. Progress report. Title varies: 1938/50-51/55, Progress 
report. Continued in Experimental Farm, Prince George, B.C. Research report. 

Experimental Farm, Smithfield, Ont. 

Contribution, no.1, 1960- 

Research report. 1960/62-63/66// 

Earlier reports issued in Horticulture Division. Progress report. Continued in 
Ottawa Research Station. Research report. 

Tomato variety trials. 1965?- 

Title varies slightly. 

Experimental Fox Ranch, Summerside, P.E.I. 

Progress report. 1926/27-36/46//? 

Title varies: 1 926/27-28/30, Report of the Superintendent. Other slight variations 
in title. 

Experimental Station, Cap Rouge, Que. 

Report of the Superintendent. 1 920/21 -33/36// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1933/ 
36, Results of experiments. No reports issued for 1931-32. 

Experimental Station, Farnham, Que. 

Report of the Superintendent. 1 926-31 /35// 

Title varies: 1931/35, Results of experiments. 

Experimental Station, La Ferme, Que. 

Report of the Superintendent. 1 922/23-30/ / 

Supersedes in part, Experimental Farms Service. Interim reports of the stations in 
northern Ontario and Quebec: Kapuskasing, Ont.; La Ferme, Que. 

Experimental Station, Normandin, Que. 

Progress report. 1 936/46/ / 
Later reports published in French only. 

Experimental Station, Rosthern, Sask. 



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Results of experiments. 1920/21-32/36// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent. 

Experimental Station, Sidney, B.C. 

Report of the Superintendent. 1 920/21 -30// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies slightly. 
Superseded by Research Station, Saanichton, B.C. Research report. 

Experimental Station, Windermere, B.C. 

Name of station varies: 19. .-1927, Experimental Station, Invermere, B.C. 

Results of experiments. 1 920/21 -31 /36// 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent. Superseded in 1940 by Experimental Farm, 
Prince George, B.C. Research report. 

Experimental Substation, Fort Simpson, N.W.T. 

Progress report. 1 947/ 53/ / ? 

Continued in Research Station, Beaverlodge, Alta. Research report, 1965/66- . 

Experimental Substation, Woodslee, Ont. 

Progress report. 1 947/53//. 

Continued in Research Station, Harrow, Ont. Research report. 

Food Research Institute, Ottawa. 

Contribution, no.1, 1962- 

International Symposium on the Impact of Food Processing on 

Nutrition, Montebello, Que. , 1 969. Preprinted abstracts. 1 969. 
Research report. 1 962/64- 

Forage Crops Laboratory, Saskatoon. 

New grasses for western Canada. 1 951 . 

Forest Nursery Station, Indian Head, Sask. 

Bibliography of weed control research in tree and woody ornamental 
nurseries and forest and shelter-belt plantations. 1 963. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 959- 

Instructions for planting trees and hardwood cuttings on the Canadian 
Prairies. J. Walker, n.d. 

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Summary report. 19537-62// 

Supersedes, in part, Experimental Farms Service. Dominion forest nursery 
stations, Indian Head, Sask.; Sutherland, Sask. Progress report. Superseded by 
Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration. Summary report for the Tree Nursery, 
Indian Head. 

Tree Breeding Section. Report. 1947/487-56//? 

Tree Physiology Section. Report. 19497-51//? 

Trees for prairie farm planting, n.d. 

Fruit and Vegetable Products Laboratory, Summerland, B.C. 

Results of experiments, 1 929-40. 1 942. 

Grain Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Man. 
Numbered series 

Bulletin 

1 Report of trial shipment of bulk wheat from Vancouver via the 

Panama Canal to the United Kingdom. F.J. Birchard and A.W. 
Alcock. 1931. 

2 The quality characteristics of Thatcher wheat. W. F. Geddes. 1 938. 

3 Probe for sampling deep grain bins. J. A. Anderson and V.G. Martin. 

1943. 

4 Variations in the protein content of Western Canadian wheat, 1927- 

1 938. J. A. Anderson and W.J. Eva. 1 943. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Crop bulletin. 1, 1941- 

Map of western Canada showing the protein content of hard red 
spring wheat. 1 927/28- 

Title varies: 1927/28-34, Protein survey map of western Canada... (varies 
slightly); 1935-19.., Protein survey map of western Canada hard red spring wheat. 
Issued in two series: Preliminary map, and Final map. 

Paper. 1,19..- 

Protein survey of Western Canadian amber durum wheat. 1-7, 
1932-38// 

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Serials and Periodicals cont 

°' Protein survey of Western Canadian barley. 1-7,1 934-40/ / 

Title varies: 1935-38, Protein content of Western Canadian barley. Other slight 
variations in title. Continued in its Crop bulletin. 

Protein survey of Western Canadian hard red wheat. 1927/28-40// 

Title varies: 1927/28-32, Protein content of the crop... (varies slightly). Other 
slight variations in title. Continued in its Crop bulletin. 

The quality of the crop of Western Canadian flaxseed. 1 9367-40/ / 
Title varies: 1936-39, Survey of oil content, iodine value, and protein content of 
Western Canadian flaxseed. Continued in its Crop bulletin. 

The quality of the crop of Western Canadian wheat. 1 928/29-40// 
Title varies: 1928/29-32, Report on the milling and baking characteristics of the 
crop (varies slightly); 1933, The milling and baking characteristics of the crop; 
1934-35, The milling, baking and other quality characteristics of the Canadian 
hard red spring wheat crop; 1936-38, The milling, baking and other quality 
characteristics of the Western Canadian wheat crop. Continued in its crop bulletin. 

The quality of Western Canadian amber durum wheat. 1 936-41 // 

Title varies: 1936, Quality characteristics of the Canadian amber durum wheat. 
Continued in its Crop bulletin. 

Report. 1920,1,1927- 

Earlier reports issued in Dept. of Trade and Commerce. Annual report. 

Survey of the protein content of Western Canadian rye. 1-5, 1935- 
1938// 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Canadian no. 1 C.W. red spring wheat, 1 971 . 1 971 . 

The comparative feeding values of the lower grades of Western 
Canadian wheat, oats, and barley as indicated by chemical 
analyses. W.F. Geddesand F.H. Lehberg. 1935. 

Interim report on the protein content of the 1939 crop of Western 
Canadian wheat. J. A. Anderson and W.J. Eva. 1939. 

Observations on milling and baking practices in England and 
Scotland. W.F. Geddes. 1936. 

The quality of Western Canadian hard red spring wheat in relation to 
grading and marketing with particular reference to protein content. 
W.F. Geddes. 1937. 

Horticultural Organic Soil Substation, St. Clothilde de 

Chateauguay, Que. 

Name of substation varies: Experimental Substation for Mucklands, Ste. 

Clothilde, Que. 

Progress report. 1936/487-54/58//? 

Report for the season of 1 936. 1 936. 



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Horticultural Substation, McDonald's Corner, N.B. 

Progress report. 1947/52-53/57// 

Insect Pathology Research Institute, Sault Ste Marie, Ont. 

Contribution, no. 1,1959- 

Program review. 1965/69- 

Continues, in part, Dept. of Forestry. Forest Entomology and Pathology Branch. 
Annual report. 

Ottawa Research Station. 

Name of station varies: 1959-64, Genetics and Plant Breeding Research 

Institute, Ottawa. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Canadian vegetable merit trials. 19537-60//? 

Issuing body varies: 1953-58, Horticulture Division. Title varies: 1953-55, Varie- 
ties of merit in Canadian vegetable trials. 

Contribution. 1, 1959- 

Hay and pasture crops research 1 9607-61 111 

Report, no.1, 1960- 

Supersedes Cereal Crops Division. Report. Title varies: Mimeographed report. 

Report on uniform co-operative pea test. 1 955-62/ / 7 

Issuing body varies: 1 955-58, Cereal Crops Division. Title varies slightly. 
Research report. 1 959/60- 

Miscellaneous publications. 

A collection of wild oat species in the Mediterranean region. T. 
Rajhathy, F.J. Zillinsky and J.D. Hayes. 1 966. 

Crop production on Manitoulin Island. C.B. Dalton and D.A. Duncan. 
1961. 

Progress report: crop research. Experimental project farms in 
Eastern Ontario, 1 962. J.G. Provencher. 1 963. 

A summary of field crop yields in a number of localities in Canada. 
D.A. Duncan and A.E. Barrett. 1 960. 

Pilot Flax Mill, Portage la Prairie, Man. 

Summary progress report. 1 944/48-44/55// 

Title varies slightly. Continued in Research Station, Morden, Man. Research report. 



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Plant Pathology Laboratory, Edmonton, Alta. 

Contribution. 1,19..- 
Research report. 1956/61// 

Plant Pathology Laboratory, Winnipeg, Man. 

Report. 1-11,1948-56//? 

Report co-operative tests with oat varieties. 1 940. 

Report on rust development. 1-3, 19547-56//? 

Plant Research Institute, Ottawa. 



Serials and periodicals. 

Arboretum notes, v. 1 -1 8 no.5, 1 9..-Ja 1 964/ / 

Title varies: 1-11, 19. .-1956, This week in the arboretum. Issuing body varies: 
1 9..- 1 959, Botany and Plant Pathology Division. 

Canadian plant disease survey. 1 , 1 920- 

Title varies: 1-4, Survey of the prevalence of common plant diseases in the 
Dominion of Canada; 5-10, Annual report on the prevalence of plant diseases in 
the Dominion of Canada; 11-39, Annual report of the Canadian plant disease 
survey. Issuing body varies: 1-16, Division of Botany; 17, Science Service; 18-37, 
Botany and Plant Pathology Division. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 959- 

Greenhouse- garden -grass. 1,1960- 

Research report. 1 959/63- 

Trials of garden annuals. 1965/66- 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Accession records, greenhouse and botanic gardens, to 1 971 . n.d. 
(Film) 

Canadian botanists. 1965. 

Checklist of the vascular plants of continental Northwest Territories, 

Canada. A.E. Porsild and W.J. Cody. 1 968. 
A directory of botanists in Canada. R.J. Moore. 1959. 
The function of meteorology in agricultural research. G.W. 

Robertson. 1960. 
Map of plant hardiness zones in Canada. C.E. Ouellet andLC. 

Sherk. 1967. 



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Plants of the MacKenzie River Delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve. 
W.J.Cody. 1965. 

Reindeer range survey, 1 957 and 1 963. W.J. Cody. 1 964. 

A survey of the vascular plants of Lambton County, Ontario. L.O. 
Gaiser and R.J. Moore. 1 966. 

Woody plant source list. T.J. Cole and L.C. Sherk. 1 970. 

Reclamation Station, Melita, Man. 

Progress report. 1936/47-48/52// 

Continued in Research Station, Brandon, Man. Research report. 

Research Institute, Belleville, Ont. 

Name of institute varies: 1937-52, Dominion Parasite Laboratory; 1952-54, 

Laboratory of Entomology; 1954-59, Entomology Laboratory 1959-63, 

Entomology Research Institute for Biological Control. 

Numbered series. 



Information bulletin. 

1 Procedures in biological control of insects. B.P. Beirne. 1963. 

2 Some entomological equipment. C.F. Nicholls. 1963. Rev. 1970. 

3 Biological control by introductions. J.S. Kelleher. 1963. 

4 A preliminary list of the natural enemies of Canadian agricultural 

pests. A.R.Graham. 1965. 

5 Artificial diets for insects: a compilation of references with abstracts. 

H.L. House. 1967. 

6 Host-plant nutrition and composition: effects on agricultural pests. 

P.Singh. 1970. 

7 Artificial diets for insects: a compilation of references with abstracts. 

H.L. House, P. Singh and W.W. Batsch. 1 971 . 

Serials and periodicals. 

Annual technical report. 1958// 

Insect liberations in Canada: parasites and predators 1-34, 1937- 

70// 

Title varies: 1937-66, Summary of parasite and predator liberation in Canada. 
No. 1-29, 1937-65, published in the Canadian insect pest review, 1938-65. 
Continued by Research Program Services. 

Library list; publication, nc.1-2, 1929/68-69// 



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Research report. 1956/59-70// 

Research Institute London, Ont. 

Name of institute varies: Science Service Laboratory; Pesticide Research 

Institute. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 951 - 

Research report. 1951/56- 
Title varies slightly. 

Research Laboratory, St. Jean, Que. 

Research report. 1955/60// 

Later reports published in French only. 

Research Station, Agassiz, B.C. 

Name of station varies: 19. -1963, Experimental Farm. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Research report. 1 920/21 - 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1931/35, Results of experiments; 1936/ 
47-53/57, Progress report. 

Research review. 1954- 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Alfalfa production in the lower mainland of British Columbia. W.E.P. 
Davis. 1955. 

Barn field day. 1960. 

Developing quality dairy pastures. 1 953. 

Growing pickling cucumbers in the Lower Mainland of B.C. J. A. 
Freeman, n.d. Rev. 1955. 

Home vegetable gardening in the Lower Mainland of B.C. J. A. 
Freeman and H.F. Fletcher. 1 954. 

Mulching with sawdust. 1 952. 

Oat varieties for British Columbia. A report on variety trials conducted 
during 1938 under the supervision of the Experimental Farm, 
Agassiz, B.C. M.F. Clarke. 1 938. 

The relation between birth weight, subsequent weights, body weight 
gain, and feed consumption of Holstein-Friesian steers. R.J. 
Forrest. 1964. 



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The relative resistance of various fragaria chiloensis clones to 
phytophthorafragariae. H.A. DaubenyandH.S. Pepin. 1965. 

Silage corn in the lower mainland of British Columbia. W.E.P. Davis, 
H.F. Fletcher and D.W. Blackmore. 1 956. 

Research Station, Beaverlodge, Alta. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Sub-Station; Experimental Station; 

Experimental Farm. 

Report on the uniform alcan tests of wheat, oats and barley. 1 952. 
Research highlights. 19. .-1965// 

Research report. 1923- 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1923- 
30, Report of the Superintendent; 1931/36, Results of experiments; 1937/47- 
53/57, Progress report. 

Research Station, Brandon, Man. 

Name of station varies: 19. .-1964, Experimental Farm. 

Establishing crop rotations. B.J. Gorby. 1959. 

Package bees, their introduction and care. J.E. Geiger and J. CM. 
L'Arrive. 1957? 

Research report. 1 920/21 - 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1921- 
30, Report of the Superintendent; 1931/36, Results of experiments; 1937/47- 
53/57, Progress report. 

Review of results. 1 957? 

Research Station, Charlottetown, P.E.I. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Station; Experimental Farm. 
Contribution. 1, 1959- 
Report on potato fungicides. 1951- 

Issuing body varies: 1951-52, Potato Fungicide Committee; 1953-58, Science 
Service Laboratory, Charlottetown; 1959-60, Research Laboratory, Charlottetown. 

Research report. 1 920/21 - 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30. Report of the Superintendent; 1932/36, Results of experiments; 1937/ 
47-53/57, Progress report. 

Research Station, Delhi, Ont. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Sub-Station; Experimental Farm. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 959- 

Research report. 1932/36- 

Title varies: 1932/36-37/45, Results of experiments; 1946/52- Progress report. 
Reports for 1932/36 and 1959/60 issued with the Research reports of the 
Research Station, Harrow, Ont. 



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Research Station, Fredericton, N.B. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Station. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Contribution. 1, 1959- 

Research report. 1 920/21 - 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1931/36, Results of experiments; 1937/ 
47-53/57, Progress report. 

Weed control in field and horticultural crops. 1 964- 
Miscellaneous publications. 

Annual flowers for New Brunswick gardens. C.E.Randall. 1966. 

An enlarged motor driven pea sheller. R.G.White. 1958? 

Field and laboratory tests for control of the apple maggot. C.W. 
Maxwell. 1961. 

Growing potatoes for chip manufacture in the Maritime Provinces. 
H.T. Davies. 1958. 

Hardy trees for New Brunswick. C.E. Randall and C.J. Moleman. 
1962. 

A study of the genus Masonaphis Hille Ris Lambers 1939, 
(HomopteraAphidae). M.E.M. MacGillivray. 1955? 

Research Station, Harrow, Ont. 

Name of station varies: 1909-23, Tobacco Station; 1924-58?, Experimental 

Station. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 959- 

Harrow; a highlight review commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of 

federal agricultural research, 1 909-1 959. 1 959. 
Research report. 1 909- 

Reports for 1909-23 issued in Tobacco Division, Report. Title varies: 1909- 
30, Report of the Superintendent; 1932/36 Results of experiments; 1937/46- 
55/58?, Progress report. 

Rootrot and related literature; on annotated bibliography, 1958. 
1959? 

Research Station, Kamloops, B.C. 

The climate, native vegetation, and soils of some grasslands at 
different elevations in B.C. A.L. Van Ryswyk, A. McLean and L.S. 
Marchand. 1965. 



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The first discovery of free-living larvae of the ear tick, Otobius megnini 
(Duges), in British Columbia. G.B. Rich andJ.D. Gregson. 1968. 

Research report. 1962/64- 

Supersedes Experimental Farm, Kamloops, B.C. Research report, and Entomology 
Laboratory, Kamloops, B.C. Research report. 

Research Station, Kentville, N.S. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Station; Experimental Farm. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Annual report. 1966- 
Contribution. no. 1 000, 1 959- 

Research report. 1 920/21 - 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Reportof the Superintendent; 1931/36, Results of experiments; 1937/ 
46-52/56, Progress report. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Gas storage of apples in Nova Scotia. C. A. Eaves. 1955? 
Making blueberry wine in small quantities. T. Fuleki. 1963. 
1 971 cereal report. G.G. Smeltzer and E.W. Read. 1 971 ? 

Research Station, Lacombe, Alta. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Station; Experimental Farm. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Record of performance test results for purebred Lacombes; a 
summary of all R.O.P. tests for Lacombe swine. 1 953/57-58/60// 

Research hi-lites. 19..- 
Research report. 1 920/21 - 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1932/36-53/57, Progress report. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Beef cattle. 1971? 

Beef cattle cross breeding projects. J.A.Newman. 1972? 

Exotic breeds: what is their role in the beef industry? J. A. Newman. 
1970. 



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50 anniversary, 1 907-1 957. 1 957. 

Simmental-sired vs. Charolais-sired cattle for beef production; 
second report. J. A. Newman and A. H. Martin. 1971. 

Research Station, Lethbridge, Alta. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Station; Experimental Farm. 

Numbered series. 



Bibliographic series. 

1 Animal science, Research Station, CDA, Lethbridge, Alberta. 1906- 

I972. J.P. Miska. 1972. 

2 Plant pathology and plant science, Research Station, CDA, Leth- 

bridge, Alberta. 1906-1972. J.P. Miska. 1972. 

3 Soil science, Research Station, CDA, Lethbridge, Alberta. 1906- 

1972. J.P. Miska. 1972. 

4 Crop entomology, Research Station, CDA, Lethbridge, Alta. 1906- 

1973. J.P. Miska. 1973. 

5 Veterinary medical entomology, Research Station, CDA, Lethbridge, 

Alta. 1906-1972. J.P. Miska. 1972. 

Food processing report. 

1 Quality evaluation of green pea varieties grown at the Lethbridge 

Research Station in I965. M.S. Kaldy. 1 967. 

2 Quality evaluation of green and wax bean varieties grown at the 

Lethbridge Research Station in 1965. M.S. Kaldy and W.E. 
Torfason. 1967. 

3 Evaluation of commercial frozen french-fried potatoes. M.S. Kaldy, 

W.E. Torfason and G.C. Kozub. 1 967. 

4 Quality evaluation of snap bean varieties in 1966. M.S. Kaldy and 

W.E. Torfason. 1968. 

5 Evaluation of green and wax bean varieties grown commercially in 

southern Alberta in 1966. M.S. Kaldy, C. Campbell and F.R. 
Harper. 1968. 

Vegetable performance report. 

1 Field evaluation of vegetable varieties grown at the Lethbridge 
Research Station in 1967. G.A. Kemp and W.E. Torfason. 1967. 



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Vegetable performance report cont. 

No. 

2 Field evaluation of vegetable varieties grown at the Lethbridge 
Research Station in 1968. G.A. Kemp and W.E. Torfason. 1968. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Irrigation investigations conducted from the Experimental Station, 
Lethbridge, Alberta. Report. 1 9537-58/ / ? 

Lethbridge mimeograph. 1-8, 19. .-1958//? 

Research highlights. 19557-56//? 

Research report. 1 920/21- 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1932/36, Results of experiments; 1937/ 
46-53/59, Progress report. 

Miscellaneous publications. 

A brief progress report on the cooperative corriedale breeding 
experiment at Holtman's Ranch, Skiff, Alberta. W.H. Fairfield and 
K. Rasmussen. 1934. 

Chemical analysis of water in relation to aquatic plant growth. J.R. 
Allan and J. A. Marsh. 1 972. 

The influence of aging on calcium metabolism in rates. R. Hironaka, 
H.H. Draper and J. Kastelic. 1 958. 

List of publications 1 906-1 958. 1 965. 

Outline of sheep breeding, 1934. W.H. Fairfield and K. Rasmussen. 
1934. 

Report to Canada Agriculture Research Branch on Grazing lands of 
Newfoundland. A.Johnston. 1966. 

Serial publications in the library, 1 953. 1 953. 

Veterinarian's handbook of poisonous and injurious plants of the 
Prairie Provinces. A. Johnston, S. Smoliak and R.J. Avery. 1965. 

Research Station, Melfort, Sask. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Station; Experimental Farm. 

Forage production and utilization in the Aspen Parklands of western 
Canada. 1971. 

Research report. 1 936/46- 

Title varies: 1936/46-54/58, Progress Report. 

Research Station, Morden, Man. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Station; Experimental Farm. 

Contribution, no. 1,1959- 



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Research report. 1 920/21 - 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1931/37, Results of experiments; 1938/ 
46-55/59, Progress report. 

Variety notes on some tree fruits grown in prairie orchards. W.R. 
Leslie and C.R. Ure. 1956. 

Research Station, Regina, Sask. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Sub-Station; Experimental Farm. 

Research report. 1 931 /36- 

Title varies: 1931/36, Results of experiments; 1937/46-47/51, Progress report. 

Survey of weeds of cultivated land in the Prairie Provinces. J.F. 
Alex. 1966. 

Research Station, Saanichton, B.C. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Station; Experimental Farm. 

Contribution. 1 007-227?, 1 950-71 // 

Title varies: 100-61, Mimeo; 162-77, Pub. Continued under Research Station, 
Sidney, B.C. 

Farming on Vancouver Island. J.J.Woods. 1945. 

Green manuring, cover cropping and mulching, n.d. 

Pasture for poultry. 1945. 

Research report. 1 932/36-70/ / 

Supersedes Experimental Station, Sidney, B.C. Report of the Superintendent. Title 
varies: 1932/36, Results of experiments; 1937/46-54/59, Progress report. 
Superseded by Research Station, Sidney, B.C. Research report. 

Sugar beet variety tests and seed production, conducted at the 
Dominion Experimental Station - Saanichton, B.C. from 1915 to 
1946. 1949. 

Research Station, St. John's West, Newfoundland. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Farm. 
Contribution, no. 1 , 1 959- 
Research report. 1 956/63- 

Research Station, Saskatoon. 

Name of station varies: 1958-59, Research Laboratory. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 958- 

Dicoumarol studies. III. Determining tolerance limits of contamina- 
tion in low coumarin sweetclover varieties using a cattle bio-assay. 
B.P. Goplen and others. 1 964. 

Research report. 1957/60- 



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Research Station, Sidney, B.C. 

Contribution, no.228?- 1 0971 ?- 

Continues Research Station, Saanichton, B.C. Contribution. 

Research report. 1971- 

Supersedes Research Station, Saanichton, B.C. Research report. 

Research Station, Summerland, B.C. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Station. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 959- 
Research report. 1 920/21 - 

Earlier reports issued in Experimental Farms Service. Reports. Title varies: 1920/ 
21-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1932/36, Results of experiments; 1937/ 
38-54/58, Progress report. 

SP series, no.1, 1959?- 

Summary report of research. 1-5,1 959-65/ / ? 

Miscellaneous publications. 

Apple harvesting and storage investigation, 1938/39. J.E. Britton 
andD.V. Fisher. 1940. 

Catalogue of the Entomological Society of British Columbia 
collection. E.Edwards. 1955. 

Colour chart; maturity test for the Jonathan. 1 940. 

Fifty years of pomology; the science of fruit culture, 1916-1966. 
1966. 

The grape in the Okanagan valley. A.J. Mann and F.W.L. Keane. 
1955? 

Growing apple trees on dwarfing rootstocks. G.M. Weiss and D.V. 
Fisher. 1960. 

Improvement of tree fruits, review of work conducted between 1924 
and 1939. A.J.Mann. 1939? 

New fruits from Summerland, British Columbia. A.J. Mann and 
F.W.L. Keane. 1955? 

Orchard irrigation and nutritional investigation. 1 939. 

Pear harvesting and storage investigations. J.E. Britton and D.V. 
Fisher. 1939. 

Preparation of candied fruits and related products. F.E. Atkinson 
and C.C. Strachan. 1 955-58. 



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Report of Summerland Jersey herd. 1 933/ 1 946. 1 946? 
Research Station, Summerland, B.C.; 50th anniversary. 1 964. 
Spray residue investigations. 1 939. 
Summary of annual reports. 1 955-58. n.d. 

Research Station, Swift Current, Sask. 

Name of station varies: Experimental Station; Experimental Farm. 

Numbered series. 



A.E. publication. 

1 Methods of calculating cost charges. J.L. Thompson and A. 

Wenhardt. 1949. 

2 Treatment of dugout water for domestic use. H.D. Ayers. 1950. 

3 Drawings illustrating pen barns and milking rooms. G.B. Harrison. 

1950. 

4 Bibliography on ground water, drainage, and soil properties as 

related to irrigated conditions. H.D. Ayers. 1950. 

5 Comparison of the power costs of tractors. J.G. Kemp and F.W. 

Bigsby. 1953. 

6 Sample design of a sprinkler irrigation project. H.C. Korven. 1951. 

Rev. as: The design and operation of sprinkler irrigation systems. 1 953. 

7 Quicksand in wells. H.D. Ayers. 1951. 

8 How electricity serves the farmer. M.E. Dodds. 1951. 

9 Operating hints for blade cultivators. J.G.Kemp. 1951. 

10 Title not available. 

11 Slough drainage- methods and costs. H.C. Korven. 1952. 

12 Grain storage: sources of information on the construction of grain 

storages. G.B.Harrison. 1953. 

13 Report of sprinkler irrigation survey in Saskatchewan 1952. H.C. 

Korven. 1953. 

14 Some methods of handling and stacking baled hay and straw on the 

Prairie Provinces. A. Wenhardt. 1953. 

Serials and periodicals. 

Research report. 1922- 

Title varies: 1922-30, Report of the Superintendent; 1931/36, Results of 
experiments; 1937/47-48/54, Progress report. 



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Weekly letter. 19..- 

Miscellaneous publications 

Annual crops for forage in southwestern Saskatchewan. M.R. 
Kilcher and D.H. Heinrichs. 1 968. 

Brief on the cost of beef production in western Canada. H.J. 
Hargrave. 1948. 

A case study of soil erosion by wind in the Palliser Triangle in central 
Canada. C.H.Anderson. 1971. 

Concrete wheel weights for tractors, 1 941 . 1 941 . 

Flora of the farming and ranching area of the Canadian Prairies. 
A.C. Budd. 1949. 

Rev. as: A key to plants of the farming and ranching area of the Canadian Prairies. 
1952. 

Grazing research and survey report. 1 946- 

A guide to grazing practices in southern Alberta and Saskatchewan 

and southwestern Manitoba. 1941. 
Increased sheep production in southwestern Saskatchewan, 1942. 
L.B. Thomson, J.B. Campbell and J. Bennett. 1 943. 

List of flowering plants, ferns and fern allies represented in the 
herbarium of the Dominion Experimental Station, Swift Current, 
Sask. 1946. 

Methods of collecting and handling combined straw. M.E. Dodds. 

1949. 
Plans for construction of a seed cleaning and grading machine. H.J. 
Kemp. 1940. 

Recommended dates for seeding cereal grains in southwestern 
Saskatchewan. K.F. Best. 1 961 . 

Summary - methods of seeding, 1950-1960, Swift Current. A. 
Wenhardt. 1961. 

Research Station, Vancouver, B.C. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 958- 

Issuing body varies: 1-9, Science Service Laboratory, Vancouver. 

Research report. 1 959/60- 

Research Station, Vineland Station, Ont. 

Name of station varies: Vineland Laboratory. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 959- 

Title varies: 1-8, Publication. 



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Research report. 1 958/62- 

Research Station, Winnipeg, Man. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 958?- 

Grain storage and associated problems in the Prairie Provinces - a 

report on country elevator surveys. R.N. Sinha. 1972. 
Report on rust development in western Canada. 1 9607-65/ / 7 
Research report. 1 959/60- 

Rust Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Man. 

Breeding rust resistant wheat varieties. 1 958. 
Reports of Dr. D.L. Bailey and Dr.C.H. Goulden. 1 928. 
The rust organism and its genetic behaviour. 1 958. 

Soil Research Institute, Ottawa. 

Contribution, no. 1 , 1 959- 
Research report. 1 959/ 1 964- 

Soil Research Laboratory, Swift Current, Sask. 

Progress report. 19357-48/54// 

Title varies: 1943, Report of investigations. Continued in Research Station, Swift 
Current Sask. Research report. 

Soil Research Sub-Station, Vegreville, Alta. 

Report. 1956-58//? 



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Aalders, L 68 

Aalund, H 42 73 168 21 1 

Abell, H.C 1 18 124 129 131 132 133 

Ablasser, G 125 

Acton, B.K 21 42 43 73 1 19 121 123 125 134 

Adair, R.G 68 

Adams, J 3 4 5 16 31 37 72 155 158 159 

Adams, J.B 143 

Adamson, R.M 64 69 

Ahner, D.W 70 

Ainslie, M.M 103 

Albright, W.D 25 41 72 162 

Alcock, A.W 228 

Alex, J.F 239 

Ali-Khan, ST 69 70 

Allan, J.R 238 

Allen, J.A 2 

Allen, LC 127 

Allen, W.L 67 

Allen, W.R 49 141 

Andal, M.E 22 44 45 74 120 123 124 125 133 

Andarawewa, A.B 133 

Anderson, C.H 51 242 

Anderson, D.T 70 

Anderson, E.G 16 44 100 

Anderson, J.A 228 229 

Anderson, J.L 43 73 

Anderson, W.J 44 73 

Andison, H 48 51 52 56 58 141 142 143 144 

Andrews, J.E 54 

Archibald, E.S 13 15 38 82 153 157 159 160 161 162 218 

Arengo-Jones, R.W 23 33 35 71 184 

Arkell, H.S 191 

Arkell, T.R 28 219 

Armand, J.E 143 

Armstrong, J.G 62 174 

Armstrong, J.M 7 9 20 41 90 91 165 168 169 

Armstrong, T 53 140 141 143 144 

Arnason, A.P 142 143 

Arnold, J.W 147 

Arnott, D.A 141 

Arrand, J.C 50 

Arrowsmith, S 61 65 67 69 166 

Arsenault, H.J 189 190 

Ashford, R 64 

Askin, T.H 118 

Atkinson, F.E 8 13 19 20 33 37 41 44 45 58 59 74 87 240 

Atkinson, H.J 46 69 106 

Auld, F.H 78 

Ault, W.H 1 1 205 

Avery, R.J 238 

Ayers, G.W 47 

Ayers, H.D 241 

Bagnall, G 108 

Baier, W 64 94 95 213 214 

Bailey, C.F 16 42 

Bailey, D.L 5 6 243 

Bailey, I.W 3 137 

Bain, E.C 90 

Baird, F.F 33 

Baird, J.D 209 

Baird, R.B 144 



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Baird, W.W 7 25 168 

Baker, A.D 140 147 

Baker, F.W 167 

Baker, LV 10 156 

Balch, R.E 46 51 53 139 140 141 142 145 146 148 

Banham, F.L 49 

Baribeau, B 203 

Baril, R 168 

Barker, M 215 

Barnes, M.L 182 

Barnes, S 6 7 18 35 

Barnet, W.A 220 221 

Barr, G.H 10 25 108 109 1 1 1 1 14 

Barrett, A.E 91 230 

Barrett, C.F 50 

Barry, S.C 26 

Barter, G.W 144 

Barton, G.S.H 78 

Basham, J.T 52 

Bassett, I.J 24 99 100 101 

Batsch, W.W 232 

Baum, B.R 70 213 

Bawtree, A.H 69 

Baxter, C.W 178 

Bayda, W.M 119 

Beaulieu, A.A 50 

Begg, J. A 49 

Beirne, B.P 49 232 

Bell, J.M 57 59 

Bellefleur, L 66 

Belzile, A 92 

Benedict, R.A 130 

Bennett, J 242 

Bennett, R.K 129 

Benson, T.A 3 26 205 

Bent, H.V 219 

Berck, B 56 

Berkeley, G.H 4 7 12 14 15 19 21 27 29 33 34 38 39 42 101 

Berthiame, R 57 

Berthiaume, R 133 

Best, K.F 50 51 57 68 242 

Bezeau, L.M 63 

Bier, J.E 39 43 44 72 73 74 100 177 

Bigsby, F.W 53 241 

Birchard, F.J 228 

Bird, G.W 66 

Bird, N.A 69 

Bird, R.D 54 59 91 139 141 142 

Bjarnason, S.A 159 

Black, W.N 63 

Blackmore, D.W 234 

Blackwood, M.B 124 130 132 

Blacquiere, F.E 190 

Blaich, O.P 130 

Blair, D.S 21 43 46 52 80 183 184 185 

Blair, R.C 125 

Blair, W.S 20 30 39 161 162 

Blakely, R.M 46 167 169 

Bligh, R.D.L 22 45 160 

Bolton, AT 51 59 

Bolton, D.L 129 

Bolton, J.L 51 52 53 67 168 



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Booth, J.F 117 118 122 126 128 135 

Bordeleau, R 22 45 

Boswell, A.M 129 

Bouchard, J.G 107 108 

Boucher, G.P 36 38 42 71 72 73 121 132 

Bowen, J.F 67 

Bowren, K.E 64 79 

Bowser, W.E 67 

Boyce, H.R 53 66 143 

Boyce, J.H 54 79 175 

Brach, E.J 136 

Braun, E 14 15 17 21 32 36 39 43 98 

Braun, P 59 

Bright, J 191 

Brittain, W.H 138 

Britton, J.E 20 40 72 240 

Brooks, A.R 147 

Brown, A.M 51 

Brown, A.W.A 40 72 144 148 

Brown, C.E 175 

Brown, D.A 19 29 36 

Brown, D.M 94 

Brown, J 110 

Brown, J.C 49 

Brown, W.A 1 1 18 30 35 191 193 195 205 

Browne, F.S 15 46 157 159 162 

Browne, J.E 53 

Brownlee, C.H 57 

Bruce, E.A 6 8 9 181 182 

Buck, F.E 153 155 158 

Buckell, E.R 3 1 1 12 137 

Buckland, C.T 203 

Buckley, A.R 62 63 

Buckley, G.F.H 28 53 

Budd, A.C 48 50 51 57 166 242 

Buglass, E 64 

Bunting, W.H 82 

Burges, A.W 114 

Burgess, J 3 24 109 

Burns, W.T 61 

Burton, G.L 50 

Buser, F.W 196 

Buzzell, R.I 70 

Cairns, R.R 67 166 169 

Calder, F.W 53 

Calder, J.A 24 

Callbeck, LC 22 45 63 100 

Cameron, A.E 2 7 8 18 19 26 30 36 38 41 73 137 

Cameron, C.D.T 55 165 

Cameron, J 90 

Cameron, M.R 1 17 121 125 135 

Campbell, A.B 100 

Campbell, B.A 39 72 121 123 124 125 127 128 133 135 

Campbell, C 237 

Campbell, H 28 29 

Campbell, H.G 10 1 1 24 25 26 27 1 14 

Campbell, J.A 41 42 73 

Campbell, J.B ' 41 48 50 57 64 68 73 242 

Campbell, J.E 50 

Campbell, R.H 121 

Cann, D.B 41 73 168 21 1 212 

Cann, K.E 126 



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Cannon, F.M 54 55 142 143 

Carder, A.C 61 67 68 

Carman, G.M 60 

Carmichael, J.S 127 

Carr, H.D 169 

Carroll, W.J 51 

Carson, H.W 93 

Carson, J.G 117 121 

Cartier, J.J 58 

Casselman, P.H 120 

Chagnon, S.J 25 

Chamberlain, G.C 7 9 13 21 29 31 42 47 48 

Chan, A.P 52 184 

Chanasyk, V 51 

Channon, J.W 114 115 

Chapais, J.C 108 

Chapman, LJ 140 147 

Chapman, L.T 5 

Charlan, F 155 157 161 220 221 

Charron, AT 107 

Chattaway, G.D 43 1 19 

Chepil, W.S 17 

Cherewick, W.J 47 

Chester, H 21 42 

Chevalier, 221 

Chipman, E.W 58 63 

Chisholm, C.H 121 

Choquette, R 120 130 

Chown, W.F 20 38 40 72 1 17 135 198 

Chu, D 176 

Clark, D.E 70 

Clark, G.H 81110 217 218 

Clark, J.A 20 25 40 1 58 

Clark, R.D 58 

Clarke, J.W 124 125 

Clarke, M.F 64 213 233 

Clarke, S.E 8 12 17 20 30 34 40 41 42 73 91 168 

Clayton, J.S 87 

Cline, F.F 125 

Coates, K.G 166 185 224 

Cody, W.J 51 231 232 

Coke, J 19 36 38 71 124 126 127 132 

Cole, T.J 232 

Coligado, M.C 94 

Conacher, M.J 102 

Conger, K.B 188 

Connell, W.T 112 

Conners, I.L 5 12 62 

Cooke, D.A 46 

Cooke, LL 25 

Cooper, D.J 169 171 

Cooper, J.H 4 

Cordukes, W.E 171 

Cotton, R.T 203 

Couston, J.W 124 

Coutts, C.C 215 

Cowan, P.R 28 154 

Cox, C.E 220 

Craddock, W.J 122 

Craig, C.H 68 

Craig, D.L 60 63 69 

Craig, G.H 36 71 



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Craig, J 150 154 160 

Craighead, F.C 3 137 

Craigie, J.H 19 38 215 

Cram, W.T 56 

Creelman, I.S 49 54 56 60 64 65 145 

Creelman, J.M 109 

Criddle, N 2 8 10 24 25 30 137 138 139 217 

Crossfield, D.C 121 125 

Crossley, J.H 61 65 67 69 165 166 167 

Crowle, W.L 58 

Cumming, W.A 58 61 

Cunningham, C.C 160 161 

Curtis, L.C 49 60 

Dalton, C.B 230 

Daniel, G 67 

Darby, D.E 69 

Darcel, C.I 24 

Darcovich, W 57 1 18 134 

Daubeny, H.A 234 

Davey, A.D 194 

Daviault, R 117 

Davies, E.J 63 

Davies, H.T 235 

Davies, W.D 164 

Davis, M.B 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 18 19 28 36 40 44 72 74 84 153 155 159 185 

Davis, W.A 70 

Davis, W.E.P 233 234 

Dawley, W.K 59 

Dawson, J.A 49 1 19 121 125 

Dawson, O.G 123 

Day, J.H 66 87 167 21 1 213 214 

Deakin, A. 31 71 97 164 165 166 

De Gryse, J.J. 10 26 145 

Delisle, R 204 

Delong, G.E 8 20 39 

Denby, L.G 65 

Denyer, W.B.G 176 

Derick, R.A 8 17 26 28 34 

Dermine, P 61 

Dickson, W 9 77 84 

Digges, D.D 5 26 155 156 

Dimmock, F 8 19 22 30 38 43 44 53 73 175 

Dionne, J.L 164 171 

Dionne, L.A 142 

Dodds, M.E 54 168 241 242 

Donovan, L.S 53 70 

Doran, W.J 57 

Dore, W.G 54 67 85 100 

Doughty, J.L 45 74 

Downes, W 10 12 24 

Downey, R.K 59 

Downing, C.G.E 57 

Doyle, E.J 202 

Draper, H.H 238 

Drayton, F.L 5 6 28 100 158 160 

Drayton, LE 120 122 126 130 131 134 

Dryden, R.D 59 

Dubetz, S 58 60 67 

Dubois, M.J 122 

Dubord, H 127 

DuBreuil, R.J. 202 

Duke, D.M 77 189 

Dunbabin, M.I 77 126 128 130 131 133 

Duncan, D.A 230 

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Dunn, D.B 24 

Dunn, M.B 26 145 

Dunsmore, W.G 12 27 90 

Dupuis, A 81 

Dustan, A.G 9 13 26 30 32 48 49 137 141 142 143 146 147 

Dustan, G.G 23 48 50 52 139 143 184 

Dyck, D 89 121 131 132 134 

Dykes, J.M 11 

Dykstra, S 190 

Dymond, J.R 82 217 218 

Eastham, A 10 

Eastham, J.W 156 

Eastham, K 1 90 

Eaton, E.L 21 22 42 44 

Eaton, E.S .26 130 

Eaves, C.A 39 70 72 236 

Eddy, E.D 217 218 

Edey, S.N 94 

Edgington, F.E 190 

Edwards, E 240 

Edwards, F.M 43 73 131 

Eidt, C.C 37 72 184 185 

Elford, F.C 3 4 8 11 12 13 16 18 30 32 33 35 82 153 157 158 159 162 191 218 

Elgaard, K 1 18 1 19 125 127 133 

Elliot, E.L 13 23 28 29 32 33 35 37 174 179 

Elliot, J.M 51 62 69 

Elliott, C.R 46 57 62 67 

Elliott, G.C 119 

Elliott, J.A 55 

Elliott, R.S 128 

Ellis, J.G 87 

Ellis, J.H 85 

Emmery, M.K 130 

Emslie, B.L 2 155 162 

Erskine, D.S 55 

Etheridge, D.E 176 

Eva, W.J 228 229 

Eyvindson, R.K 129 

Fairfield, W.H 15 16 31 32 38 154 155 160 161 166 238 

Farstad, C.W 139 

Farstad, L 210 211 

Fast, H.R 115 

Faull, J.H 217 

Feldman, M 67 

Ferguson, W 22 45 185 

Ferguson, W.E 99 

Ferries, C.H 50 123 

Ferris, D 124 

Ferris, W.F 134 

Finlayson, D.G 49 

Fisher, D.V 20 35 40 48 71 72 85 87 240 

Fitzpatrick, J.M 48 1 18 130 

Fitzpatrick, R.E 51 

Fixter, J 162 

Fletcher, D.A 194 206 

Fletcher, H.F 233 234 

Fletcher, J 81 146 149 150 151 152 160 164 218 

Forbes, A.R 53 

Forman, S.A 106 

Forrest, R.J 68 69 233 

Forsyth, F.R 70 

Fortier, LR 49 125 



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Fortier, V 152 154 158 161 

Foster, AT 53 

Foster, R.E 43 53 73 176 

Fox, C.J.S 51 60 63 141 142 143 144 

Fox, W.B 143 

Franklin, E.W 57 

Frankton, C 50 100 101 

Fraser, E.B 14 17 29 30 34 36 44 46 74 90 92 169 

Fraser, J.G.C 17 28 33 47 51 

Fraser, LD 41 72 

Fredeen, F.J.H 70 

Fredeen, H.T 47 56 57 66 

Freeman, H.A 5 155 156 

Freeman, J. A 233 

Freeman, T.N 147 

Friesen, H.A 46 62 

Friesen, O.H 69 70 

Fuleki, T 60 236 

Fulton, A 5 

Fulton, H.G 49 141 143 

Fulton, J.M 53 60 64 

Funk, A 176 

Furniss, I.F 66 1 17 121 124 128 129 186 

Fyles, F 155 156 158 

Gaetz, L 85 

Gaiser, L.0 232 

Garland, S.W 60 62 67 1 17 121 126 132 133 134 

Garlick, W.G 7 141 

Geddes, W.F 228 229 

Geiger, J.E 39 61 234 

Gfeller, F 47 51 

G 
G 
G 
G 
G 
G 
G 
G 
G 



bson, A 2 4 6 7 11 14 19 20 37 39 91 136 137 138 139 146 148 152 

bson, C.A 46 

esbrecht, J.E 53 70 

Ibert, A.C 152 161 

Ichrist, V 124 

llett, J.M 24 59 100 

lliatt, F.C 10 18 36 

rard, G.I 126 134 

svold, P 54 

Glen, R 139 148 149 

Glendenning, R 10 12 26 27 139 140 141 142 143 

Goble, H.W 141 

Godfrey, W 19 22 38 44 

Gooderham, C.B 3 5 9 15 16 18 19 23 25 28 30 32 35 38 39 90 156 160 

Goplen, B.P 239 

Gorby, B.J 234 

Gorham, R.P 141 146 149 

Gorsline, F.H 20 40 123 

Gosselin, A 7 37 42 71 73 135 

Gosselin, F.X 224 

Goulden, C.H 35 71 243 

Grace, N.H 15 38 

Graham, A.R 232 

Graham, J.W 53 

Graham, K.M 60 

Graham, W.L 153 158 159 162 

Graves, F.W 14 36 167 

Gravir, K 62 

Gray, D 203 

Gray, H.E 90 91 102 139 140 144 146 

Gray, J.M 128 



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Greaney, F.J 5 9 29 

Green, A.J 211 

Greenshields, J.E.R 52 

Gregson, J.D 24 49 144 236 

Grest, E.G. . . .- 122 

Griesbach, L 16 42 

Grindley, A.W 110 

Grisdale, J.H 85 151 152 153 <54 155 159 160 162 

Groh, H 12 14 29 34 35 71 100 

Groves, J.W 46 

Gubbels, G.H 60 65 

Guitard, A.A 61 

Gunn, C.K 42 45 53 73 74 

Gussow, H.T 5 11 12 14 29 30 37 100 152 153 155 156 158 

Gutteridge, H.S 8 9 12 13 16 17 21 30 31 32 33 34 42 46 50 71 

Gwatkin, R 55 

Gyles, R 46 

Haase, G 45 74 129 132 134 

Hadwen, S 3 137 180 181 

Hagborg, W.A.F 100 

Hall, E.R 167 

Hall, I.V 63 68 70 

Hall, J. A 1 1 1 5 39 

Hall, 182 

Hall, R.M 81 165 

Hamilton, E.W 5 

Hamilton, LS 55 

Hamilton, R 81 

Hamilton, R.I 8 

Hamilton, S.N 2 4 7 156 

Hamilton, T.D.C 202 

Hammond, F.R 144 

Hammond, G.H 19 38 54 91 140 141 143 146 

Hammond, H.S 18 35 

Handford, R.H 49 53 139 140 141 142 143 

Hanna, M.R 69 86 

Hanna, W.F 13 31 

Harcourt, D.G 143 

Hare, F.C 110 113 191 

Hare, H.R 121 126 

Hare, J.H 205 

Hargrave, H.J 242 

Harlow, L.C 42 73 21 1 

Harp, H.F 58 63 64 

Harper, A.M 61 

Harper, F.R 237 

Harris, C.R 222 223 

Harris, R.E 62 67 69 

Harrison, G.B 241 

Harrison, K.A 10 18 36 56 

Hart, E.W 14 34 

Hasham, J.T 54 

Haslam, R.J 9 15 22 39 45 46 61 

Haslett, E.A 122 

Haute, W.0 52 

Haviland, W.E 118 

Hawkins, M.H 129 

Hawn, E.J 61 

Hay, W.D 22 44 

Hayes, J.D 230 

Haythorne, D.F 118 

Hearle, E 12 18 30 36 138 



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Heath, LM 9 

Heeney, H.B 55 59 

Heeney, M.L 23 32 33 

Heidt, A.A 130 

Heighton, V.A 133 

Heinrichs, D.H 20 40 51 53 64 66 68 242 

Helmer, R.H 160 

Helson, V.A 100 

Henderson, D 147 

Hennessey, F 149 

Hergert, G.B 136 

Heriot, A.D 14 35 

Heron, D.A 7 

Herringer, W.B 208 

Hetherington, C.K 182 

Hewitt, C.G 136 138 147 152 154 

Hickman, C.G 62 

Hicks, W.H. . . 46 

Higgins, C.H 180 181 183 

High, N.H 1 18 130 

Hikichi, A 59 

Hilborn, W.W 149 

Hilchey, J.D 212 

Hill, A.W 177 

Hill, H 6 28 39 40 44 72 74 

Hill, K.W 47 48 58 59 

Hillhouse, F.W 128 

Hilton, G 3 9 15 40 180 

Hilton, R.J 21 43 

Hilton, S.A 7 166 

Hironaka, R 61 238 

Hlynka, 1 102 

Hobbs, E.H 60 

Hobbs, G.A 60 64 70 

Hobbs, J.A 85 

Hockey, J.F 10 13 15 23 26 27 32 39 

Hodgins, S.R.N 188 189 215 

Hodgson, W.A 70 

Holland, G.P 45 74 

Holland, W.D 211 

Holmes, N.D 144 

Holmes, R.M 53 54 93 164 165 

Hood, E.G 4 5 7 8 17 28 34 46 99 

Hooper, D 106 

Hope, E.C 41 72 123 203 

Hopkins, E.S 5 6 7 8 9 10 17 21 32 34 42 79 82 85 171 175 215 

Hopkins, J.C 177 

Hopper, R.M 29 

Hopper, W.C 5 8 36 38 39 71 72 86 120 126 128 129 130 135 

Hopping, G.R 28 141 

Hopping, R 138 

Horner, W.H 90 

Hornstein, R.A 56 

Hortie, H.J 211 

Hough, W.H 47 

House, H.L 232 

Howard, W.J 24 

Howatt, J.L 50 

Howitt, M.H 183 

Hubbard, W.A 56 59 62 67 223 

Hudon, M 50 64 

Hudson, H.F 10 138 



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Hudson, J.P 125 

Hudson, S.C 20 22 31 40 41 45 71 72 121 127 134 

Hunter, A.W.S 185 

Hurst, R.R 7 14 29 34 35 90 

Hurtig, H 144 

Hutcheon, A.D 70 

Hutchings, C.B 4 10 1 1 137 

Hutchinson, R.J 90 162 

Hutton, F.V 168 

Hutton, G.H 154 155 158 160 

Ingersoll, H.K 117 

Jackson, A.B 27 

Jackson, LP 66 68 

Jacobson, LA 56 63 139 142 

James, C 69 

James, F 80 

Jamieson, C.A 15 39 98 

Janzen, P.J 55 

Jaska, E 131 

Jasmin, J.J 55 

Jean, G.L 189 

Johns, C.K 7 9 12 19 37 55 91 1 14 

Johnson, A.S 46 48 

Johnson, D.M 25 

Johnson, G 82 85 149 

Johnson, L.M 1 19 121 122 127 133 

Johnson, T 8 9 56 100 

Johnston, A 66 70 132 238 

Johnston, A.L.S 176 

Johnston, C.I 39 72 120 131 134 

Johnston, F.B 54 106 

Jones, A.H 99 183 

Jones, CM 120 129 

Jones, R 2 

Jones, W 100 

Jones, W.F 4 5 26 34 1 13 

Jorgens, J.R.S 125 

Jorgensen, E 1 76 

Joyce, T.F 130 

Kalbfleisch, W 20 21 22 41 42 45 46 47 171 

Kaldy, M.S 237 

Kalsall, A 27 

Kastelic, J 238 

Keane, F.W.L 48 87 166 240 

Keenan, W.N 203 215 

Kelleher, J.S 232 

Kellett, A 183 

Kelley, C.C 38 72 210 21 1 

Kelsall, A 26 

Kemp, G.A 237 238 

Kemp, H.J 18 36 92 105 242 

Kemp, J.G 47 52 53 241 

Kenney, C.H 84 

Kerr, W 84 

Kerr, W.L 183 

Keyworth, W.G 101 

Khan, M.A 58 64 

Kidd, J.D.F 123 

Kidd, S.E 126 131 134 

Kilcher, M.R 51 56 242 

Kindt, LE 17 34 123 132 

King, E.E.R 1 18 127 



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King, J.E 204 

King, J.K 219 

King, KM 18 27 28 36 53 91 139 142 143 147 149 

Kirk, LE 18 30 35 

Knowles, G 16 44 90 164 171 

Knowles, R.P 46 51 58 64 

Koch, L.W 15 19 20 38 39 40 41 

Korven, H.C 46 68 70 241 

Korven, N.A 58 

Kozub, G.C 237 

Kristjanson, B.H 43 44 73 74 

Kuiper, E 208 

Lachance, R.0 87 

Laird, D.G 210 211 

Lajoie, P 41 73 168 214 

Lalonde, LM 16 41 

Lancaster, J.E 24 56 

Lane, G. A 117 

Lane, S.H 118 

Lang, G 159 

Langelier, G.A 5 6 12 154 157 

Langille, J.E 59 62 

Langmaid, K.K 211 

Lapins, K 48 49 70 

Larmond, E 63 

Larmour, J. 121 

L'Arrivee, J. CM. 61 234 

Larson, O 118 

Lawrence, C.H 50 

Lawrence, F 119 126 

Lawrence, T 51 

Lawson, B.M 204 

Leahey, A 21 41 42 167 168 171 

Leatherdale, D 213 

Lebeau, J.B 62 

Lebel, G 123 

Leckie, H.K 20 40 

L'Ecuyer, P.R. 134 

Lee, W.W 3 24 

Leefe, J.S 55 57 165 

Lefebvre, J.G 83 

Leger, R. 94 

Leggatt, C.W 203 

Lehberg, F.H 229 

Leslie, W.R 19 21 38 43 48 239 

Lewis, J.N 20 40 127 

Lewis, N.G 202 

Light, P.E 25 26 192 

Lilly, C.E 61 

Lindsay, D.R 101 

Lister, E.E 68 69 

Lochhead, A.G 7 9 17 23 27 32 183 

Lockhart, C.L 70 

Lodge, R.W 48 66 68 70 122 132 

Logan, V.S 47 49 51 60 68 69 97 166 

Logsdail, A.J 77 183 

Lok, S.H 123 

Longley, R.P 58 128 

Looman, J 68 

Lord, T.M 211 

Lovering, J 70 

Lowe, J 86 

Ludlam, F.S 102 

Lyall, L.H 66 

Maas, E.F 59 69 

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McArthur, I.S 19 34 38 71 85 130 132 134 

Macaskill, D.W.G 69 

McCallum, A.W 6 1 1 30 176 

McCharles, M.D 25 

McClanahan, R.J 50 69 

McClary, J.A 25 

McCracken, J.A 86 168 

McCubbin, W.A 155 

McCulloch, A.C 25 

McCurdy, E.V 36 

MacDonald, B.A 126 129 

McDonald, B.K 59 60 

McDonald, H 63 142 147 

McDonald, W.C 52 

MacDougall, J.I 212 

McDunnough, J.H 13 25 32 137 138 

McEachran, D 77 180 181 182 

McEvoy, E.T 22 44 

Macfarlane, M 153 

McGillivray, C.S 181 

MacGillivray, M.E.M 235 

MacGregor, D.R 67 

McGregor, W.G 17 22 30 33 45 47 105 

McGugan, B.M 53 82 176 177 

Machacek, J.E 22 45 

Mcintosh, C.W 56 83 98 

Mcintosh, G.E 3 

Maclntyre, T.M 164 165 225 

Maclsaac, F.M 17 34 

Mclver, R.N 36 

Mack, A.R 166 169 

MacKay, A 161 

McKay, G.A 94 208 209 

MacKay, K.H 67 

McKeen, CD 70 

McKeen, D.C 82 177 

MacKenzie, J.G 49 1 19 123 124 

Mackenzie, J.K 7 27 

McKibbin, R.R 32 35 71 

McKillican, W.C 4 7 25 154 159 218 

McKinnon, J.P 100 

MacKinnon, W.A 110 

McLaine, LS 91 139 148 

McLarty, H.R 10 

McLean, A 53 55 56 58 59 64 66 67 69 235 

MacLean, A.J 22 45 46 

MacLeod, D.J 28 29 58 

McLeod, W.S 144 148 

McMahon, H 50 142 

McMechan, A.D 60 

MacMillan, A.A 9 10 11 14 17 19 23 24 26 33 36 37 38 90 192 

MacMinn, D 70 

McMinn, R.G 55 

McMorin, J.G.S 209 

McNaughton, J 108 

MacNaughton, M.A 45 74 124 

McNaughton, W.N 64 

MacNay, C.G 49 54 56 59 60 64 65 141 143 144 145 149 

McNeill, A 108 

McNeill, G.B 134 

McNiece, D 58 

Macoun, J.M 85 



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Macoun, W.T 4 5 6 8 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 161 162 185 

McPhee, A.W 144 

MacRae, N.A 9 19 37 40 72 

McRostie, G.P 5 6 12 27 28 164 

MacVicar, R.M 15 39 44 90 175 

Magee, A.I 42 46 47 171 

Mail, G.A 15 39 90 

Major, T.G 16 31 221 

Maltais, J.B 58 143 

Malte, M.0 81 153 155 157 159 218 

Manery, H.R 133 

Mann, A.J 9 19 30 38 48 87 166 240 

Mann, J.M 45 74 124 

Manson, G.F 50 66 140 142 143 

Marcellus, F.N 91 

Marchand, L.S 64 235 

Marker, C 107 

Marks, C.F 69 

Marquis, H 131 

Marsh, J.A 238 

Marshall, J 52 60 

Martens, V 102 

Martin, A.H 237 

Martin, H 24 52 56 82 83 

Martin, J.C 50 

Martin, V.G 228 

Mason, W.J 136 

Masson, J.L 59 

Mathys, G 88 

Matthewman, W.G 142 143 

Matthews, G.D 20 39 

Maxwell, C.W.B 64 142 235 

Maxwell, J.C 1 17 127 

Maybank, J 214 

Maybee, H.J 50 

Mazurek, J.H 222 

Meilleur, J 25 157 159 

Mellor, F.C 51 

Mercier, E 50 

Middlemiss, B 121 

Migicovsky, B.B 106 

Miles, J.R.W 82 

Miles, V.J 51 

Miller, G.B 120 198 209 

Miller, H.H 218 

Miller, LA 48 55 142 149 

Miller, R.T 114 

Millette, J.F.G 211 

Milne, R.A 64 

Milne, W.R 57 

Minshall, W.H 100 

Minter, E.S.G 85 

Miska, J.P 237 

Mitchell, C.A 8 18 35 

Mitchell, H.D 9 

Mitchell, M.S 194 

Mohr, W.P 61 68 

Moleman, C.J 235 

Monro, H.A.U 46 203 204 216 

Mooney, F.A 127 

Moore, R.J 100 231 232 

Moore, W.W 107 108 1 10 



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Morison, K.J 115 

Morris, R.F 53 55 60 63 

Morrison, J.W 61 

Morrison, P.E 52 

Morton, A 219 

Morwick, F.F 168 

Mounce, 1 7 

Mountain, W.B 62 

Moyls, A.W 58 

Muir, G.W 1 1 15 18 25 30 31 35 38 71 90 92 97 160 

Mulligan, G.A 101 

Mulvey, R.H 149 

Munro, J 70 

Munro, S.S 30 

Munro, W.A 159 

Murphy, P. A 156 159 

Murray, G.B 128 

Murray, H.C 133 

Murray, J 217 

Murwin, H.F 20 40 

Myhr, P.I 79 

Mysak, S 122 123 

Nairn, J 128 

Neary, M.E 51 63 144 

Neil, D.A 115 

Neilson, C.L 49 143 

Neilson, J.D 125 

Nelson, M.A 130 

Nelson, S.H 56 185 

Nelson, W.A 58 

Newman, J. A 236 237 

Newman, LH 5 8 17 27 28 33 83 90 105 

Newton, M 9 

Nicholls, C.F 144 232 

Nichols, R.W 154 

Nicholson, A.V 24 29 160 

Nicholson, H.H 53 59 

Nicholson, J.W.G 225 

Nordin, V.J 176 177 

Nowosad, F.S 15 21 39 42 44 46 48 55 65 86 90 91 171 175 213 

Nunnick, F.C 189 

Nuttall, V.W 50 

Oakland, G.B 220 

O'Brien, G.A. 128 

O'Brien, G.E. 219 

Odell, W.S 100 

Ogilvie, J.R 67 

Oke, D.W 131 

Oliver, K.D 61 

Oliver, R.W 15 18 20 21 22 35 38 40 43 44 48 50 51 52 59 77 81 82 183 184 185 

Olsen, O.A. 62 

O'Meara, J.E. 16 41 129 132 198 

O'Rourke, F.J. 144 

Orr, H.L 43 61 

Ouellet, C.E 231 

Owen, B.D 57 

Owen, C.H 102 103 

Packman, D.J 47 123 124 129 135 

Paine, L.A 54 

Painter, R.H 147 

Palmer, A.E 7 1 1 16 17 32 47 

Palmer, J.E 40 

Palmer, R.C 20 35 40 48 71 72 

Pankiw, P 62 98 

Parent, R.C 63 

Parfett, J.A 134 

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Parham, G.E 158 159 

Parker, C.V 36 71 122 

Parker, G.H 99 

Parker, J.M 85 

Parker, J.S 196 

Parks, N.M 47 49 167 184 

Parmelee, J. A 55 

Patterson, H.L 44 45 74 125 

Paul, G 176 

Pavlychenko, T 86 

Payfer, R 202 

Peake, R.W 21 42 57 

Peart, G.S 14 26 35 

Pelletier, J.R 169 

Pendray, W.C 67 

Pepin, H.S 234 

Pepper, LC 13 23 29 30 31 32 35 37 1 12 1 13 1 14 173 

Perrault, C 80 

Perreault, R 82 126 

Perron, J.P 49 

Petch, C.E 1 1 12 141 147 

Peters, E.H 68 

Peters, H.F 47 

Peters, W.R 128 

Peterson, A.W 33 

Peterson, D.G 49 146 147 

Peterson, L.O.T 52 55 144 147 176 

Peterson, R.F 100 

Pethick, W.H 183 

Phillips, C.R 202 

Phillips, W.R 15 20 21 38 41 43 47 62 84 

Philpotts, LE 1 17 123 125 133 134 

Pintal, H 210 

Plummer, P.J.G 16 32 

Poapst, P.A 21 43 

Poetschke, L.E 55 

Pond, D.D 51 64 70 143 

Popoff, 190 

Popp, W 13 31 

Porritt, S.W 48 

Porsild, A.E 231 

Porter, W.A 176 177 

Porter, W.D 41 72 

Pos, J 70 

Potter, J.G 214 

Prebble, M.L 177 

Preston, E.A 10 

Preston, 1 3 4 7 21 22 43 44 83 

Pringle, W.L 56 58 

Provencher, J.G 230 

Proverbs, M.D 144 

Purnell, G.R 130 

Putman, W.L 47 59 139 141 216 

Putnam, LG 53 142 143 144 

Putt, E.D 52 92 

Quirke, D.A 177 

Rachlis, M 1 18 128 

Racicot, H.N 15 38 99 100 

Rackham, T.S 1 18 126 127 

Ragush, M 1 19 121 124 125 

Rahnefeld, G.W 60 67 

Raine, J 58 63 



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Rainforth, J.R 67 

Raizenne, H 52 140 143 176 

Rajhathy, T 230 

Randall, C.E 166 235 

Randall, W.E 70 

Rankin, J. A 16 42 

Rankin, W.H 10 153 

Rapp, E 64 

Rasmussen, K 16 31 32 47 166 167 238 

Rayner, LC 126 134 

Read, D.C 55 

Read, E.W 236 

Reed, F.H 5 20 39 40 

Reed, LL 203 204 

Reid, E.P 39 72 1 18 123 127 128 129 134 

Retson, G.C 120 133 134 

Rich, G.B 236 

Richard, J 22 44 

Richards, A.E 9 31 40 71 72 89 1 17 128 130 131 

Richards, N.R 168 

Richardson, H.R 58 141 

Richardson, J.K 21 42 

Richie, T.F 5 

Riecken, T.0 124 125 126 127 132 

Riegert, P.W 82 

Riel, R.R 87 106 1 14 

Riesen, H.G 208 

Riley, C.G 176 177 

Riordon, H.A 59 

Ripley, P.0 9 17 20 22 32 41 44 55 66 85 90 91 92 215 

Risse-Sawitski, J 61 

Ritchie, T.F 6 8 12 15 16 20 28 31 37 39 40 91 183 

Ritchie, W.M 179 193 194 

Robertson, E 202 

Robertson, G 2 3 6 9 1 1 12 13 17 24 30 32 33 153 157 159 

Robertson, G.W 53 54 60 64 93 94 95 96 164 165 167 171 231 

Robertson, J.W 85 106 107 1 10 1 12 113 1 14 150 

Robertson, W 213 

Robinson, A.G 141 

Robinson, D.B 47 

Robinson, P 220 

Robinson, R.E 14 37 

Ross, N.M 8 13 14 19 32 37 

Ross, W.A 2 79 11 12 15 20 25 26 39 137 138 139 140 141 142 148 

Rothwell, G.B 11 12 13 14 15 25 26 27 36 38 90 158 159 160 161 162 

Ruck, J.A 58 67 106 

Ruddick, J.A 3 4 5 24 25 107 108 109 1 10 1 1 1 112 114 

Russell, B 208 

Russell, D.H 79 86 

Russell, G.C 58 

Russell, R.C 9 13 22 27 31 45 

Russell, W.A 225 

Russelo, D.A 94 95 

Rust, R.S 66 127 

Rutherford, J.G 180 181 182 183 191 192 

Ruttle, T 66 

Sackville, E.C 18 28 36 

Saidak, W.J 59 

Salisbury, P.J 43 44 73 74 

Ste Marie, J.A. 154 

Salkeld, E.H 49 

Sanders, G.E 137 138 139 

Sanders, J 107 



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Saunders, C.E 2 24 151 152 153 154 155 156 161 

Saunders, W 77 81 149 150 151 152 154 160 

Savile, D.B.0 24 56 

Schmid, H 70 

Schmidt, R.A 20 40 

Schrader, F.M 120 122 124 126 128 132 

Scott, H.K 125 133 

Scott, R.M 198 

Scott, W.A 22 45 46 61 

Scott, W.T 157 158 

Seaman, W.L 68 

Seamans, H.L 10 18 27 28 36 91 139 146 

Semple, F.G 8 23 33 

Senn, H.A 46 

Sexsmith, J.J 70 

Sharp, M.C 96 

Sharp, W.R 94 96 

Sharpe, T.A 154 

Shaw, H.R 131 

Shefrin, F 1 17 124 125 126 134 135 

Sherk, LC 63 65 231 232 

Shevenek, W 42 73 

Shipley, W.C 48 128 

Shutt, FT. 2 34 5 67 8 11 26 80 106 107 110 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 
159 160 161 162 166 

Siemens, B 68 

Sigfusson, S.J 4 

Siminovitch, D 70 

Simmonds, P.M 6 50 62 

Simpson, L.J 177 

Sinclair, G.A 177 

Singh, P 232 

Singleton, J.F 3 8 109 

Sinha, R.N 68 243 

Skoglund, N.A 41 73 

Sladen, F.W.L 155 156 157 158 

Slen, S.B 47 48 

Sly, W.K 94 96 

Smallman, B.N 83 139 140 144 

Smeltzer, G.G 61 236 

Smith, A.G 31 71 

Smith, C.C 175 

Smith, D.N 48 49 52 

Smith, E 109 111 

Smith, G.R 211212 

Smith, H.J 69 

Smith, J 182 

Smith, J.B 90 

Smith, J.E 2 

Smith, LB 59 

Smoliak, S 47 70 238 

Snyder, E.S 21 43 61 

Sonntag, B.H 126 129 134 

Sorboe, M.M 121 

Spangelo, LP.S 59 62 63 68 

Spence, C.C 41 43 44 72 73 74 122 123 125 

Spence, G 23 

Spencer, E.Y , 56 

Spencer, J.B 2 3 5 6 80 165 168 187 191 193 

Spilsbury, R.H 38 72 210 

Sprout, P.N 210 211 

Stacey, E.C 51 57 



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Stansfield, N 219 

Stevenson, J.M 30 

Stevenson, L 157 

Stevenson, L.S 156 

Stevenson, T.M 17 34 90 175 

Stewart, A 41 43 72 

Stewart, K.E 55 176 

Stewart, W.W.A 50 

Stinson, F.A 19 20 37 40 

Stirrett, G.M 141 

Stobbe, P.C 21 32 35 40 41 42 71 72 73 168 171 211 

Stothart, J.G 17 20 30 34 39 44 71 74 169 

Strachan, C.C 20 41 44 45 46 54 58 59 72 74 87 240 

Straight, E.M 6 

Strickland, E.H 3 10 137 138 139 

Stuart, AT 155 158 

Stuart, J.C 26 

Stutt, R.A 42 73 122 123 124 127 130 131 132 

Swain, G.S 64 

Swaine, J.M 3 4 26 28 136 137 138 145 155 

Swales, W.E 19 37 91 

Sweet, C 28 90 

Swinnerton, A.A 22 44 

Sylvestre, P.E 50 84 97 166 167 

Taggart, J.G 7 28 

Tanks, N.V 58 

Tape, N.W 60 214 

Taylor, A.G 3 4 6 8 12 13 18 32 35 158 

Telfer, J.A 21 42 

Temmerman, H.J 61 

Teskey, H.J 147 

Tewsley, H 188 

Thair, P.J 128 

Thomas, G.P 53 

Thompson, B.K 213 

Thompson, H.S 49 

Thompson, J.L 47 52 53 63 241 

Thompson, R.P 52 

Thompson, R.W 140 

Thomson, LB 207 224 242 

Tinline, M.J 3 1 1 19 20 25 28 36 40 160 

Tinney, B.F 25 

Tisdale, E.W 41 42 73 223 

Tonks, N.V 64 67 

Tonn, B.E. 122 

Torfason, W.E 237 238 

Torrance, F 10 180 181 

Tothill, J.D 2 137 

Treherne, R.C 3 1 1 25 136 137 155 

Trem, A 120 

Trevor, H.W 45 74 125 133 

Trueman, H.L 215 

Tsang, W.M 190 

Tucker, J 27 29 86 91 

Turley, R.H 59 64 

Tumbull, J.E 69 135 

Turner, A.H 38 72 128 132 

Turner, K.B 47 

Twinn, C.R 7 12 14 15 19 37 40 49 50 51 91 137 139 140 141 142 146 147 148 149 

Tyner, LE 22 45 

Uhlir, F 131 

Ure, C.R 239 



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Ursell, E.A 102 

Vaartaja, 177 

Valentine, K.W.G 211 

Van Adrichem, M.C.J. 61 

Van Home, H.B 117 

Van Ryswyk, A.L 235 

Van Vliet, H 42 73 133 

Varkaris, C 132 

Venables, E.P 10 12 14 35 

Vick, K.I 134 

Vickery, L.S 46 51 64 

Vigor, S.H 18 36 

Vrooman, C.W 43 73 

Waldern, D.E 69 

Waldie, R.A 44 74 

Walker, E.C 58 

Walker, E.K 51 64 66 

Walker, J 16 21 42 43 46 175 227 

Walker, W.E 128 

Walkof, C 14 36 50 53 54 169 

Wallen, V.R 22 45 51 

Walters, J 51 

Ward, G.M 41 54 61 67 72 106 

Ware, D.W 122 125 126 130 133 135 

Warren, D.M 133 

Warren, F.S 53 59 62 

Warren, G.C 20 40 84 

Watkins, R 63 

Watson, E.A 15 38 182 183 

Watson, E.B 18 20 35 40 140 145 

Watters, F.L 57 146 

Way, W.C 120 128 198 

Weaver, C.H 91 195 205 206 

Weaver, G.M 60 

Weijs, H 134 

Weir, LC 177 

Weiss, G.M 240 

Welsh, J.N 19 38 48 

Wenhardt, A 47 241 242 

Westdal, P.H 50 

Wetter, L.R 59 

Wheeler, R.L 26 

White, A.H 4 5 6 8 14 17 25 26 28 34 37 39 72 87 99 109 

White, J.W 46 47 54 

White, O.C 153 157 158 

White, R.G 166 235 

White, R.M 141 

White, W.J 16 44 52 90 92 133 175 203 

Whiteside, A.G.0 5 9 17 33 47 

Whiteside, G.B 42 73 86 168 21 1 

Whiting, F 21 43 47 48 63 167 

Whitley, C.F 107 108 

Wiancko, M.R 166 

Wicklund, R.E 168 21 1 

Wickware, A.B 180 181 

Wiens, J.K 122 132 

Wigmore, R.H 147 

Wilcox, J.C 21 22 43 44 47 49 50 57 59 123 

Wilkinson, A.T.S 51 60 

Williams, CM 158 

Williams, G.D.V 94 96 

Williams, K 60 

Williams, S.B 46 47 97 



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Williams, V 67 

Willis, T.G 56 223 

Willison, R.S 13 23 31 100 

Wilson, D.B 58 67 

Wilson, E.L 190 

Wilson, H.E 20 39 40 79 

Winter, K.A 68 

Wood, A.A 53 

Wood, F.L 84 

Wood, G.W 58 

Woods, J.J 9 12 14 18 34 37 82 165 166 167 185 239 

Woodward, E.D 1 19 121 125 133 

Woollam, G.E 126 132 

Wressell, H.B 48 50 52 55 64 142 143 

Wright, LE 6 7 8 14 18 35 90 

Wright, W.H 50 202 203 

Yang, W.Y 121 133 

Yankowsky, Z.J 122 

Yorgason, V.W 66 

Young, E.H 120 179 198 

Young, N 175 

Zasada, D 114 115 

Zeman, J 1 19 122 131 134 

Zillinsky, F.J 230 



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ARDA; a program geared to problems, possibilities and progress in the development of 

natural resources and income and employment opportunities 57 77 

ARDA; a program to conserve and develop rural natural resources and to improve income 

and employment opportunities in rural areas 57 

ARDA; Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act; rehabilitation program in the 

making 77 

ARDA newsletter 89 

Abstract from the report of the Canadian study team concerning United States drought 

conditions in the Great Plains area 117 

Abstracts of articles found in the literature of 1950 only, and prepared by members of the 

staff of the Animal Diseases Research Institute 98 222 

Abstracts of Canadian provincial legislation on cooperatives 117 

Abstracts of poultry breeding 194 

Accession records, greenhouse and botanic gardens, to 1971 231 

The accounts of Nova Scotia fruit companies 117 

Accredited herds 181 

"Acidy" cheese 112 

Actinobacillosis 180 

Activities of the Dominion Department of Agriculture in relation to the work of provincial 

departments 77 

Additives - their significance in the production of animal products 106 

Addresses, papers, etc.; collection from the office of Dairy and Cold Storage Commissioner, 

1870- 1953 112 

Adjusting livestock rations to available feed supplies 57 

Advanced registry policy for purebred swine 192 

Advantages of dipping 219 

Advantages of sheep raising. 219 

Advice to the beginner in the selection of breeding stock 28 219 

Advice to the beginner in the selection of sheep for breeding 17 33 

Advisory Committee on Land Utilization. Minutes and proceedings 207 

Advisory Committee on Land Utilization. Recommendations 207 

Aerial photo interpretation of land use change in fourteen lots in Prince Edward Island, 1936 

to 1958 117 

Aerial photo interpretation of land use changes in Madawaska County, New Brunswick, 1944 
to 1961 117 



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cultura 
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The Agricu 



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assistance, war and postwar 117 

census of Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime Provinces 104 

cooperation in Canada 117 

economics research information system 115 

engineering in Canada 215 

extension services in Canada 187 

Food Board activities in relation to the dairy industry 89 

tural gazette, its purpose and scope 77 

gazette of Canada 74 

machinery costs 63 

marketing legislation 197 

meteorology; a brief literature review and bibliography 164 

outlook 77 

outlook, Canada 74 



The agricultural outlook for Canada 74 

Agricultural periodicals published in Canada, 1836-1960 77 

The Agricultural Pests' Control Act, 1927 1 

Agricultural policy. Price setting measures, government contracts and bonuses 197 

Agricultural reconstruction in Canada 77 

Agricultural research in the Annapolis Valley area, 1909-1960 23 

Agricultural research pays 77 

Agricultural services in the provinces 187 

The agricultural situation 74 

The Agricultural situation and outlook 74 

The agricultural situation; statement by Minister of Agriculture in House of Commons on 

estimates, April 27, 1953 77 

Agricultural Stabilization Act; price support for the farmer 77 



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Agricultural stabilization; price support for the farmer 57 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas; Alberta 117 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: British Columbia 117 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: Manitoba 117 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Nova 

Scotia, New Brunswick 117 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: Ontario 117 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: Quebec 117 

Agricultural statistics by type of farming areas: Saskatchewan 117 

Agricultural statistics for Canada 115 117 

The agricultural use of peat materials 22 44 

Agricultural war book; patriotism and production; more than usual 77 

Agriculture abroad 189 

Agriculture in Canada 77 187 

Agriculture in Central Vancouver Island 1946; an economic study of commercial and part- 
time farming 117 

Agriculture in the Atlantic Provinces 117 

Agriculture in the national economy 1961/62 117 

Agroclimate of the growing season in northern Ontario and northwestern Quebec, 1918- 

61 187 

Aids to authorship; publications in the library on writing 190 

Air photo interpretations of land use in the central interior of British Columbia, 1945 to 

1955 117 

Airport statistics and collection of data for plant quarantine 203 

Alberta cattle feeding study (farm feedlots) 1962-63 118 

Alberta experimental stations progress reports 162 

Alberta farm land value and market situation 118 

Alberta farm operators and the level of living concept, 1952 118 

Alfalfa for hay, silage and pasture 20 41 91 

Alfalfa growing in Alberta 154 

Alfalfa growing in eastern Canada 159 

Alfalfa growing in Manitoba 159 

Alfalfa growing in southern Alberta 160 

Alfalfa growing in the Vancouver Island districts 157 

Alfalfa; how and why to grow it 164 

Alfalfa in Canada 66 

Alfalfa in Manitoba; experimental results from the Dominion Experimental Farm, Brandon. . 4 

Alfalfa leafcutter bees for pollinating alfalfa in western Canada 70 

Alfalfa or lucern; its culture, use and value 151 

Alfalfa production in the lower mainland of British Columbia 233 

Alfalfa seed production in the Prairie Provinces 51 

Alfalfa variety test, 1933-1936: 164 

Alfalfa; why it should be grown and how to grow it 164 

Alkali soils; their nature and reclamation 3 154 

The all-year hog cabin 12 14 36 160 

Alleged violations of the Seed Control Act, 1905 218 

Alsike clover 62 

Amendment to the Inspection and Sale Act, 1913, as affecting fruit; and regulations 

thereunder 111 

An analysis of swine progeny records 34 71 

An analysis of the students' evaluation of a short course held for professional persons 

working in rural areas, August 10-15, 1953. Queen's University, Kingston 118 

Analysis of the wheat yield history in thirty-nine municipal units in southwest and west 

central Saskatchewan 118 

An analysis of U.S. domestic food distribution programs and possible implications for 

Canada 197 

Anaplasmosis 67 

The Angora goat 219 

Animal and poultry science newsletter 212 

The Animal Contagious Diseases Act 131 

Animal Husbandry Staff Conference. (Eastern Section). Proceedings 97 



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Animal Husbandry Staff Conference. (Western Section). Proceedings 98 

Animal science newsletter 212 

Animal science, Research Station, CDA, Lethbridge, Alberta 237 

An annotated index of plant diseases in Canada and fungi recorded on plants in Alaska, 

Canada and Greenland 62 

The announcement of the Macdonald-Robertson Seed Growers' Association 110 

The annual cost of the eastern irrigation district 207 

The annual cost of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District 207 



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crop summaries: apples 197 

crop summaries: potatoes 197 

crops for forage in southwestern Saskatchewan 242 

crops for hay and pasture 46 

flowers for Canadian gardens 22 44 

flowers for New Brunswick gardens 235 

flowers, with lists of varieties for special purposes and districts 4 

forage crops for the southern interior of British Columbia 62 

live stock market and meat trade review 199 

poultry market review 75 

poultry products market review 75 

progress report: North Central Ontario experimental project farms 212213 

progress report, North Central Ontario: project research stations 213 

report of cattle quarantine in Quebec and Maritime Provinces 181 

report of co-operative potato projects in Ontario 163 

report of livestock sales and values at the Lethbridge public stockyards and four 



local packing plants 195 

Annual report of the Canadian plant disease survey 231 

Annual report of the forest insect and disease survey 176 

Annual report of the Minister under the Crop Insurance Act 75 

Annual report of the Suggestion Award Committee 76 

Annual report on artificial insemination in Canada 195 

Annual report on the prevalence of plant diseases in the Dominion of Canada; 231 

Annual reports of the Maritime fox illustration stations 163 

Annual review of the live stock market and meat trade situation 199 

Annual review of the live stock market and meat trade situation, 1922 25 

Annual statistical report of work injuries 75 

Annual unload report: fresh fruits and vegetables on 12 Canadian markets 198 

Anopheles mosquito survey in Canada 139 

Anthrax 7 30 66 181 

Anthrax and black-leg 180 

Anthrax and symptomatic anthrax 180 

Anthrax serum 181 

Ants and their control in Canada 54 144 

Aphids 142 

Aphids or plant-lice 25 138 

Apiary reminders 98 

Apparatus for the determination of water and fat in butter 107 

Appetizing, economical, energy giving eggs, graded for your protection 197 

'An apple a day...' 172 

An apple a day, packed the new way 179 

The apple bud-moths and their control in Nova Scotia 137 

The apple crop, production and distribution 179 

Apple culture and district lists of apples suitable for Ontario and Quebec 151 

The apple curculio and its control in Quebec 11 

Apple frameworks and rootstocks in British Columbia 48 

Apple growing in eastern Canada 46 

Apple growing in the Maritimes 58 

Apple harvesting and storage in British Columbia 20 40 

Apple harvesting and storage investigation, 1938/39 240 

The apple in Canada; its cultivation and improvement 153 

Apple insects 146 164 

The apple maggot 146 

The apple maggot and its control in Quebec 11 



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Apple marketing in western Ontario 118 

Apple nutrition 40 72 

Apple pollination studies in the Annapolis Valley, N.S., Canada, 1928-1932, under the 

direction of W.H. Brittain 9 

Apple scab 13 32 158 

Apple thinning investigations, 1920 to 1935 35 71 

Apples 67 172 

Apples 'round the clock 172 

Applied entomology in Manitoba 146 

Applying 2, 4-D with an atomizer on mustard in wheat 164 

Applying wheat stem sawfly control to strip farming in severely infested areas 139 

Appraisal of dryland farming in the special areas of Alberta 118 

Appraisal of methods for assessing the sanitary quality of milk 55 

The approval and banding of record of performance cockerals 192 

Approved chicks are good chicks produced by approved hatcheries operating under 

inspection and supervision of Dominion Dept. of Agriculture 192 

Approved flock policy for purebred sheep (Western) 210 

Approximate average charges between the producer in Western Canada and the arrival of 

steamer at Liverpool docks per bushel of wheat - 1930 season 102 

Arboretum notes 231 

Arctic adaptations in plants 24 

An argument in the kitchen; a playlet for children in one act 27 31 

The army cutworm 28 

The army cutworm, Euxoa (Chorizagrotis) auxillaris Grote 137 

The army-worm 136 

The armyworm of grain fields; an occasional field pest in New Brunswick 141 

Arsenate of lime 139 

The art of making sandwiches. . 54 172 

Art 

Art 

Art 

Art 

Art 



ficial diets for insects: a compilation of references with abstracts 232 

ficial incubation 12 15 39 157 

ficial insemination; general information as applied to dairy cattle 97 

ficial insemination of dairy cattle 164 

ficial insemination of turkeys 48 

Asparagus beetles 143 

Asparagus culture 161 

Asparagus culture; celery culture; onion culture 161 

Assistance to sheep breeding by the federal and provincial departments of agriculture; 

sheep club policy for boys and girls and junior farmers, 1927 27 

Associate Committee on Weeds, Eastern Division. Proceedings of the meeting 75 

Associate Committee on Weeds, Western Division. Proceedings of the meeting 75 

Astragalus campestris and other stock poisoning plants of British Columbia 6 

Astrometeorological estimator for estimating time when sun is at any elevation 94 

At your service - CDA Information Division 187 

Atlantic Provinces agriculture 118 

Atmospheric pollen studies at Ottawa, Ontario 99 

Attention westerners 172 

Automatic punched card circulation of periodicals currently received; procedures 

manual 189 

Avian tuberculosis 180 

Awnless brome grass versus western rye grass 157 

The Babcock test 107 

Back to the land: Alberta, 1932-48 118 

Backfat thickness and body weight in swine selection 67 

The bacon hog and the British market 191 

Bacon pigs in Canada; notes on breeding, feeding and managing swine, with reports of some 

experiments 152 

Bacterial ring rot of potatoes 99 

Bacterial ringrot; a serious menace to the potato industry 92 

Bacterial wilt and rot of potatoes 99 

Bacteriological examination to ascertain causes of discoloration of cheese 112 

Bacteriological investigations of milking machines 7 

Bacteriological tests with frozen vegetables and fruits. Preliminary report 183 



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Balancing the farm and family budget 118 

The balsam woolly aphid 51 145 

Banner oats; the best variety for Quebec 6 

Barbecue cooking 63 

Barley 150 

Barley culture in Canada 28 

Barley in the Prairie Provinces 91 

Barn field day 233 

Barnyard manure 162 

Barnyard manure; its nature, functions, composition, fermentation, preservation and 

application 151 

Basic cost rates for custom work charges (for the Prairie Provinces) 16 

Basic publications for a small agricultural library 190 

Bats 65 

Bean anthracnose 161 

Beans 58 

Beautiful homes and how the farmer may make them 158 

Beautifying the farm home grounds 77 183 

Beautifying the home grounds of Canada 183 

The bed bug and its control 140 

Bedbugs, fleas and lice, and methods of combating them 146 

Bee diseases 160 

Bee-keeping in Canada 157 

Beef 172 

Beef and veal grading in Canada 50 

Beef bull research project. ..Summary report 223 

Beef cattle 236 

Beef cattle cross breeding projects 236 

Beef cattle performance selection in Canada 70 

Beef chart 192 

Beef cuts 66 

The beef grading service for the guidance of the consumer 192 

The beef grading service; its significance to the producer 192 

Beef; how it is graded, how to buy it, how to cook it 172 

Beef; how to choose and cook it 8 23 33 

Beef production from the dairy herd 69 

Beef production in the Atlantic Provinces 70 

Beef raising in Canada 191 

Beef raising in the Maritimes 77 

Beef scrap versus skim-milk for egg production 157 

Bees and how to keep them 3 9 18 35 155 

Bees; spring management 90 

The beet webworm 10 139 

The benefits of egg grading, and an explanation of clauses 8 and 9 of the egg 

regulations. 77 

The bertha armyworm in the Prairie Provinces 28 

The best varieties of grain 20 24 30 39 156 

Better pastures in eastern Canada 22 44 

A bibliography of Canadian plant geography 46 

A bibliography of Canadian soil science 69 

Bibliography of weed control research in tree and woody ornamental nurseries and forest 

and shelter-belt plantations 227 

Bibliography on ground water, drainage, and soil properties as related to irrigated 

conditions 241 

Bill No. 200 reprinted as amended; an Act respecting the Inspection and Sale of Seeds with 

explanations and comments 110 

Biographic quarterly 99 

Biological control by introductions 232 

Biological control of the European pine shoot moth, Rhyacionia buoliana (Schiff.) Annual 

technical report 145 

Biological Control Section, Laboratory of Entomology, Vancouver, B.C. Report for December, 
1952 216 



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Biological notes on parasites of prairie cutworms 3 137 

Biological values of provitamins A for man, domestic mammals, and birds; a review 61 

Biology and control of the Douglas-fir beetle in the interior of British Columbia 51 

Biology and control studies of biting flies. Program 145 

The biology of Fomes pinicola (SW.) Cooke 7 

The birch leaf miner 66 

Black flies .70 

Black-fly control in Canada 146 

The black headed budworm 145 

Black knot of plums 29 

Black knot of the plum and cherry 150 160 

Black leg disease of potatoes 159 

Black-leg vaccine 181 

Black medick (Medicago lupulina L.) 217 

Black or stem-rust of wheat 155 156 

The black widow spider 144 146 

Black widow spiders 60 

The blackberry 183 

Blackbirds in field crops 59 

Blackleg 7 

Blade cultivators, their operation and adjustment 47 

Blister beetles 142 

The blister mite of apple and pear 12 14 35 

The blueberry 21 42 

Blueberry culture 187 

The blueberry in the Atlantic Provinces 42 

The blueberry maggot in the Maritime Provinces 58 

Boar grading 192 

The boar premium policy for swine clubs 192 

Board of Grain Commissioners; organization and function 102 

The Boissevain region of Manitoba 114 

Booklice 65 

Boring caterpillars affecting corn and other crops and which are liable to be mistaken for the 

European corn borer 138 

Botanical survey of the St. Lawrence seaway area in Ontario 100 

Botany for seed analysts 202 

Bovine infectious abortion or Bang's disease of cattle 8 18 35 

Bovine tuberculosis 181 

Bovine tuberculosis and brucellosis 181 

Bovine tuberculosis; questions and answers 25 

The Bow River irrigation project 207 

Boys' and girls' calf clubs: members' handbook 77 

Boys' and girls' livestock and field crop clubs. Club secretary's record book 210 

Boys' and girls' sheep club policy; Maritime Provinces 210 

Boys' and girls' swine club policy; Maritime Provinces 210 

Boys' Cattle Breeding Club Policy 1 192 

The bramble leafhopper 143 

Bran, shorts, middlings and feed flour; an investigation towards revised standards 2 

The branding of dairy butter 111 

The branding or marking of cheese and butter boxes 10 

Brandon-Neepawa region of Manitoba 115 

Breakfast bacon; consumer acceptance of grade A lean bacon 118 

Breakfast bacon; consumer preferences in relation to fat-lean distribution 118 

Breeding and feeding the market hog 27 

Breeding, feeding and housing of sheep 92 

The breeding, feeding and management of pigs for winter pork production 26 

Breeding for beef production 66 

Breeding for market lamb production 46 

The breeding in Canada of horses for army use 192 

Breeding rust resistant wheat varieties 243 

Breeds and types of sheep 219 

Breeds of sheep and their use in Canada 53 



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The Bretton Woods Conference; references available in the Main Library, Dept. of 

Agriculture 77 

Bridge-grafting 183 

Brief history, chief characteristics and points of excellence of leading breeds of swine reared 

in Canada 191 

Brief on the cost of beef production in western Canada 242 

A brief progress report on the cooperative corriedale breeding experiment at Holtman's 

Ranch, Skiff, 238 

Brief to the Royal Commission on Canada's Economic Prospects 207 

Bright tobacco; a tour through South Virginia and North Carolina 221 

Britain orders 5,400,000 dozen eggs from Canada for May 188 

Britain wants eggs 89 

British Columbia and Yukon experimental farms progress reports, 1945-56 164 

British Columbia experimental stations progress reports 163 

The British market and the Canadian farmer 77 

The British market for Canadian fat cattle; market conditions - prospects - needs 192 

Broad characteristics of agriculture in Canada 118 

Brome grass seed production in western Canada 46 

Brooding and feeding chickens 164 

Brooding and rearing of chicks 11 12 157 

Brown heart of turnips 14 34 

Brucellosis vaccination of calves 66 

Brush control in western Canada 62 

Brussels International Trade Fair April 25th-May 10th, 1953 179 

Buckwheat 105 

The budding and grafting of fruit trees 54 183 

Budding rootstocks 183 

Bugs causing scarring of peaches 141 

Bulbs and bulb bloom 156 

Bulbs for spring bloom 183 

Bull loaning policy 191 

Bulldog-jaw and parrot-mouth defects of sheep 18 35 

Bulletin of contagious abortion 181 

Bulletin on typhoid fever in horses, improperly called influenza 77 180 

Bunt or the stinking smut of wheat 217 

Bush fruits 21 43 

Bush fruits and their cultivation in Canada 153 

Bush fruits in eastern Canada 43 

Bush fruits with lists of varieties found most useful 152 

Business problems of the small cannery 48 

Buttermaking 107 159 

Buttermaking on the farm 4 18 36 108 109 

Buy by grade 54 64 

"Buy by Grade", the grade mark assures the quality 172 

Buy graded beef 1 92 

By-laws and regulations for cheese factories 107 

By-laws and regulations for creameries on the centrifugal separator plan 107 

By-laws and regulations for creameries on the cream-gathering plan 107 

Cabbage caterpillars in Canada 143 

Cabbage culture 161 

Cabbage culture; cauliflower culture 161 

The cabbage flea-beetle and its control in British Columbia 27 

Cabbage maggot 143 

The cabbage root maggot and its control in Canada, with notes on imported onion maggot 

and the seed-corn maggot 137 

Cactus 183 

Calendar of Canadian fresh vegetables for salads 172 

Calf club policy - Ontario 192 

Calf feeding club policy. Maritime Provinces 192 

Calf feeding methods 194 

Calgary livestock market report 195 

The Camrose-Vegreville Region of Alberta 115 



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Can good two-rowed barley be grown in Canada? 150 

Canada 77 

Canada: a hand-book of information for the intending emigrants 78 

culture 75 



Canada agr 
Canada Agr 
Canada Agr 
Canada Agr 
Canada Agr 
Canada Agr 
Canada Agr 
Canada Agr 
Canada Agr 
Canada Agr 
Ottawa. 
Canada Agricu 
Canada Agricu 



Iture. Experimental Farm, Swift Current, Sask 78 

Iture. Lethbridge 78 

Iture. Research Laboratory, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 78 

Iture. Research Laboratory, Winnipeg, Manitoba 78 

Iture. Research Station, Fredericton, N.B .78 

Iture. Research Station, Vancouver, B.C 78 

Iture. Ste-Foy 78 

Iture. Vineland 78 

Iture headquarters; Sir John Carling Building, Central Experimental Farm, 

188 

Iture Library: the first sixty years 23 

Iture; speakers' kit 78 

Canada agriculture; the first hundred years 22 

Canada and FAO 69 

Canada: its extent, general resources, etc. Information for intending settlers 78 

Canada: its history, productions and natural resources 78 

Canada livestock and meat trade report 199 

Canada poultry R.O.P. Annual summary 193 

Canada: predominant types of commercial farms in Canada - 1961 118 

Canada; production, trade and prices for principal agricultural products 115 

Canada - seasonal duties on fresh fruits and vegetables 115 

Canada: trade in agricultural products with the United Kingdom, the United States and all 

countries 115 

Canada urgently needs more wool 92 

Canada weights, measures and conversion factors for agricultural products 118 

Canada's agricultural extension services; a field of provincial activity with federal 

participation 78 

Canada's dairy industry 188 

Canada's healthy livestock 78 

Canada's national poultry program, featured in Canada's exhibit at four world 

congresses. . . 78 

Canada's national system of breeding and pedigreeing poultry for high production 78 

Canada's new beef grading system 78 

Canada's new hog carcass valuation system 78 

Canada's poultry industry 78 

Canada's share of the United Kingdom's agricultural imports 118 

Canada's trade in agricultural products 115 

Canadex; an information system of the Canada Department of Agriculture 75 

Canadian accession numbers accessioned since July I, 1951 105 

Canadian agricultural insect pest review 187 

Canadian agricultural mid-year outlook, May 1970 197 

The Canadian agricultural outlook 197 

Canadian agricultural program; 74 

Canadian agricultural reference sources 190 

Canadian agricultural serials currently received 189 

The Canadian agricultural situation 197 

Canadian agricultural thesaurus 213 

Canadian agriculture 188 

Canadian agriculture. A chronology of federal policies 115 

Canadian agriculture and agricultural policies since the first World War 118 

Canadian agriculture and the war 78 

Canadian agriculture and World War II 78 

Canadian agriculture is standing at the crossroads 78 

Canadian and United states tariffs of selected agricultural products 115 

The Canadian apple situation 179 

Canadian apples. The world's finest fruit 172 

Canadian bark-beetles 137 

Canadian botanists 231 



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Canadian butter and bacon in the Glasgow market 110 

Canadian canned fruits and vegetables are government graded 179 

Canadian certified seed potatoes 27 29 

Canadian Committee on Fruit and Vegetable Preservation. Report 75 

Canadian creamery buttermaking 5 40 72 

Canadian dairy products for the world's Columbian Exposition 112 

Canadian dairying 78 

Canadian delegation on the U.S.S.R. Agricultural Exhibition in Moscow, Aug. 1-15, 1954. 

Report 85 

The Canadian Department of Agriculture; its development, organization and activities. 78 

Canadian farm economics 115 

The Canadian farmer's wartime task 92 

Canadian fleece wool 90 

Canadian forage seeds project 75 

Canadian forest insects 146 

Canadian fruit and vegetable crop and market report 199 

Canadian fruit and vegetable market bulletin 199 

Canadian fruit and vegetable weekly crop and market report 199 

Canadian fruit, vegetables and honey 188 

Canadian fruits and vegetables are government graded 179 

The Canadian fur industry 60 

Canadian grain exports. Crop year 101 

Canadian grain position 102 

Canadian grapes. Recipes you will like 179 

Canadian grown apples; apple recipes 23 34 

Canadian grown apples; delight in every bite 3 

Canadian grown grains in poultry feeding 29 

Canadian havens from hay fever 100 

Canadian imports of fresh fruits and vegetables from the U.S.A. - quantities, values and 

duties, fiscal years, 1953-54 to 1957-58 118 

Canadian insect pest review 187 

Canadian livestock and meat industries 188 

Canadian livestock showcase, Central Experiment Farm, Ottawa 78 

Canadian meat inspection service 181 

Canadian national egg-laying contests. Report 3468 

Canadian national poultry breeding programme 79 

Canadian no.1 C.W. red spring wheat, 1971 229 

Canadian onion week; radio talk 188 

Canadian onions for Canadian people 179 

Canadian participation in the egg import trade of Great Britain 192 

Canadian plant disease survey 231 

Canadian poultry handbook 20 39 

Canadian poultry improvement program 79 

The Canadian poultry trade with Great Britain 110 

Canadian production, supply and utilization of processed fruits and vegetables, by crop 

years, 1926-27 to 1927-28 118 

Canadian record of performance for goats 194 

Canadian tecord of performance for purebred dairy cattle 195 209 

Canadian record of performance for registered dairy cattle 194 

The Canadian record of performance for standardbred poultry: annual report 193 

Canadian record of performance policy for swine 196 

Canadian seed potatoes in South American countries. A report 79 

Canadian standard dressed poultry boxes: specifications, sample of correct stencilling. 197 

Canadian standard egg grades 192 

Canadian standards for eggs 206 

Canadian standards for the preparation of Wiltshire sides 192 

Canadian vegetable merit trials 230 

Canadian vegetables for every day 23 29 32 

Canadian weed survey; report 99 

Canadian wheat and flour 188 

Canadian Wheat Board, your grain marketing agency 79 

Canadian wool, grading and marketing 10 



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The candling of eggs 11 205 

Canfarm and what farmers say about it 103 

Canfarm item code card 103 

Canfarm newsletter 103 

Canfarm training workbook 103 

Canned foods 172 

Canned fruits and vegetables for variety in everyday meals 23 28 33 

Canning fruits and vegetables 23 28 33 

Capital investments, production costs and yields of commercial potato production in 

Alberta 118 

Capons and caponizing 18 30 36 

Caragana is a valuable hedge and shelterbelt plant 175 

Carbon dioxide flux in nature 93 

The carcass grading of hogs 91 

The Cardston Region of Alberta 115 

Care in handling of dressed poultry 206 

Care of bees and equipment 15 39 

The care of cream for buttermaking 19 25 37 108 1 1 1 

The care of farm dairy utensils 19 37 

Care of farm machinery 158 

The care of lawns 175 

The care of market eggs 191 

The care of milk in the home 23 28 34 

Care of the ewe and lamb 219 

Care of the fleece 90 

Care of the ram and ewes during the breeding season 219 

The care, sanitation and feeding of foxes in captivity 180 

Carlton bromegrass 79 

Carnation culture 183 

Carpenter ant infestation and its control 52 

Carpenter ants 65 

Carpet beetles and their control 146 

Carrot capers 172 

Carrot rust fly 143 

The carrot rust fly, a new pest in British Columbia 139 141 

The carrot rust fly in British Columbia 49 

The case method and budget analysis technique of research in farm economics 118 

A case study of soil erosion by wind in the Palliser Triangle in central Canada 242 

Castration and docking 219 

Catalogue of Dominion Experiemntal Farm publications available for distribution 158 

Catalogue of fruit trees under test at the Experimental Farm at Agassiz, B.C 154 

Catalogue of lantern slides. 188 

Catalogue of seeds held for exchange; supplement to 1910 list 218 

Catalogue of the Buller Memorial Library 61 

Catalogue of the culture collection of the Forest Biology Laboratory, Victoria, B.C., 

Canada 176 

Catalogue of the Entomological Society of British Columbia collection 240 

Catalogue of the trees and shrubs in the arboretum and botanic garden at the Central 

Experimental Farm, Ottawa 154 

Cattle epidemic. Inspector's reports, from Nov. 17th 1951, to March 3rd, 1952, about cattle 

epidemic in the Province of Saskatchewan 181 

Cattle gains and carrying capacities of permanent pastures as affected by fertilizer 

treatments 165 

Cattle louse control 139 

The cattle quarantine system in Canada 182 

Cattle ranching in southern Alberta 119 

Cattle ranching in the interior of British Columbia, 1958-59 119 

Cattle ranching in western Canada 43 73 1 19 

Cattle ranching survey in western Canada 119 

The cattle trade of western Canada 192 

Cattle warbles and their control 146 

The cause and prevention of mould in Canadian pasteurized butter 4 17 34 



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Causes of variation in the percentage of fat in hand separator cream 10 14 33 1 1 1 

Celery, production, blanching and storing 183 

Census and statistics. Monthly 104 

Census of Canada 104 

Census of Manitoba, 1885-6 104 

Census of the three provisional districts of the North West Territories, 1884-5 104 

Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Ont 79 

Central laying test 206 

Central production test: final report 206 

Century of cheese making in Canada 188 

Cereal crops for south western Saskatchewan 105 

Cereal Crops Management and Production Equipment Systems Work Planning Meeting, Swift 

Current, 1970 213 

Cereal grain; choice of variety could add dollars to your income 79 

Cereal news 212 

Cereal rusts and their importance in Western Canada 79 

Cereals 79 104 172 

Cereals; wheat, oats, barley and their uses 172 

Certification of seed potatoes for export 203 

Certified seed potatoes; regulations governing their production 91 

Changes in agriculture in Dundas County, Ontario 119 

Changes in dairy farming in eastern Ontario, 1948-57 119 

Changes in farm family living in three areas of the Prairie Provinces from 1942-43 

to 1947. 45 74 

Changes in farm organization; black soil zone, Alberta small farms, 1958 119 

Changes in farm organization; grey wooded soils, Rocky Mountain house district, Alberta 

small farms, 59. 

Changes in farm organization; heavy productivity soil, dark brown soil zone, Saskatchewan, 

1965 119 

Changes in farm organization; low productivity soils, brown soil zone, Saskatchewan, 

1963 119 

Changes in farm organization; low productivity soils, dark brown soil zone, Saskatchewan, 

1962 119 

Changes in farm organization; Lundar-Eriksdale area, Manitoba, 1962 119 

Changes in farm organization; medium productivity soils, brown soil zone, Saskatchewan, 

1961 119 

Changes in farm organization; medium productivity soils, dark brown soil zone, 
Saskatchewan, 1964 119 



Changes 
Changes 
Changes 
Changes 
Changes 
Changes 
Changes 



in farm organization; Red River Valley area, Manitoba, 1962 119 

in farm organization; Reston-Elkhorn Area Manitoba: grain-livestock farms. . . .119 
in farm organization; Rosetown-Elrose Area, Saskatchewan, 1960: grain farms. 1 19 

in farm organization; Russell-Minnedosa area Manitoba, 1961 119 

in farm organization; Sifton-Fork River Area, Manitoba 119 

in farm organization; Somerset-Manitou Area, Manitoba, 1964 119 

in the farms of west central and northern Saskatchewan, 1942-43 to 1947. . . 120 

A cheap, portable hog cabin 160 

Check list of fungus and bacterial organisms causing diseases of ornamental plants in 

British Columbia coastal areas 100 

Check list of plant diseases in the coastal areas of British Columbia 100 

A check list of plant rusts in Canada 51 

A checklist of ornamental trees for Canada 65 

Checklist of plants of the Ottawa District 100 

Checklist of the vascular plants of continental Northwest Territories, Canada 231 

Cheese 56 67 

Cheese dishes 172 

Cheese dishes, wartime style 172 

Cheese factories and creameries 112 

Cheese factory and creamery plans with specifications 4 17 34 108 

Cheese for better meals 23 35 

Chemical analysis of water in relation to aquatic plant growth 238 

Chemical and bacteriological studies of Canadian ice cream 99 

Chemical aspects of ecology in relation to agriculture 24 52 



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Chemical composition and nutritive value of British Columbia tree fruits 46 

The chemical composition of native forage plants of southern Alberta and Saskatchewan in 

relation to grazing practices 42 73 

Chemical control of weeds in the Atlantic Provinces 57 

Chemical investigations relating to dairying undertaken in 1904 107 

Chemical methods for analysis of fruit and vegetable products 58 106 

Chemical methods of plant analysis 54 106 

Chemical methods of soil analysis 106 

Chemical weed control for the Atlantic Provinces 165 

Cherries 150 

The cherry fruit worm and its control in British Columbia 12 

Cherry pre-cooling possibilities 111 

Chicken broilers 64 

Chicks; brooding and rearing 90 

The chinch-bug in Ontario 138 

Christmas baking 172 

A chronological summary of activities in the field of sociology and sociological 

economics 120 

A chronological summary of papers, reports and publications in the field of rural sociology 

and socio-economics of the Economics Division 1 15 120 

Cider making 79 

Cidermaking in England and Canada; demand in Great Britain for black currant pulp. . . .110 
Classification of land in the Sounding Creek special area, Alberta. Preliminary report. . 120 
Classification of soils. Definitions furnished by the Chemical Division of Dominion 

Experimental Farms 106 

A classified list of experiments at the Dominion Experimental Station, Saanichton, B.C. .165 

Clean milk 157 

Cleaning seed 24 217 

Climate and agriculture in central British Columbia 60 

The climate for agriculture at Nappan, 1914-1965 66 

The climate, native vegetation, and soils of some grasslands at different elevations in 

B.C 235 

Climate of the lower Peace River Region 68 

Climate of the upper Peace River region 61 

Climatic normals and deviations and freeze probabilities at the Central Experimental Farm, 

Ottawa 94 

Climatic summary, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Canada 96 

A climatological analysis of irrigation requirements in the Lower Fraser Valley, B.C. . 64 213 
Close-grazing; the composition of grass as influenced by frequency of cutting (grazing). . . 7 

Clothes moths and methods of controlling them 146 

Clover as a fertilizer 151 

The clover-seed midge (Cecidomyia leguminicola, Lintner) 79 

Club root and brown heart investigations conducted on the Dominion Experimental Farms. 

Progress report 75 

Club root of turnips and allied plants 160 

Coarse grain crops for Eastern Canada 90 

Cobalt feeding to lambs 79 

Coccidiosis of chickens 205 

Coccidiosis (red dysentery) of cattle in British Columbia 182 

Cockroaches and their control 143 

Cod liver oil for poultry; its value for laying and breeding stock 29 

The Cold Storage Act, 1907 1 2 31 109 

Cold storage and the Cold Storage Act 108 

Cold storage building 112 

Cold storage for creameries 4 108 

Cold storage investigations; apple cold storage report, 1933/34 165 

Cold storage newsletter 77 

The cold storage of food products with some notes on insulation and warehouse 

management 109 

Cold storage temperatures 11111 

Collecting, preparing and preserving insects 49 

Collection and care of botanical specimens 56 



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A collection of wild oat species in the Mediterranean region 230 

Collembola (Springtails, Snowfleas) 65 

Colony houses 14 37 

The Colorado beetle in Canada 4 

Colorado potato beetle 143 

The Colorado potato beetle in Canada 137 

Colour chart for harvesting Mcintosh and Fameuse apples 183 

Colour chart; maturity test for the Jonathan 240 

A colour defect of Cheddar cheese 7 

The combine-harvester in eastern Canada, 1937-1939 165 

Combine-harvester maintenance and operation 92 

Combined estimates of marketing for Prairie Provinces and Ontario. (Hogs), 1936 120 

The combined reaper-thresher in western Canada 27 

Combines operation and adjustment 69 

Commercial canning of fruit pie fillings 54 

Commercial feeding stuffs as collected throughout the Dominion 156 

Commercial live stock output; 200 

Commercial live stock output report 191 200 

Commercial poultry farming in Nova Scotia 120 

Committee on Dressed Poultry Standards. Report 193 206 

Committee on Extra-Mural Research Projects. Minutes of meeting 79 

Committee on Grasshopper Research appointed by the American Association of Economic 

Entomologists. Report 139 140 

Committee on Horticultural Research. Report 183 

Committee on Irrigation Experimentation. Report 208 

Committee Working on Milk Distribution. Progress report 79 

Common and botanical names of weeds in Canada 67 

Common colds and roup of the domestic fowl 205 

Common diseases and ailments of sheeps 69 

Common farm insects 146 

Common field and garden insects (Eastern Canada) 146 

Common garden insects and their control 138 

Common grape insects in Ontario and their control 140 

The common insects which attack the corn plant in New Brunswick 141 

Common names of fungicides 100 

Common scab of potato 50 

Common strawberry diseases and their control 51 

Common strawberry insects 146 

Common strawberry insects and their control 51 

Common strawberry insects in Ontario and their control 141 

Common weeds of the Canadian prairies; aids to identification by vegetative characters. . 57 

Community nests 46 

Community pasture operations 208 

Community pastures 208 

Community pastures and reserve areas 207 

The comparative feeding values of the lower grades of Western Canadian wheat, oats, and 

barley as indicated by chemical analyses 229 

Comparing two movements in brine tank refrigerator cars 178 

A comparison of furrow and sprinkler irrigation in the Okanagan Valley 50 

Comparison of methods for wintering honeybees in the Prairie Provinces 39 

Comparison of the power costs of tractors 53 241 

Comparison of the toxicity of certain insecticides to insects applied by direct contact and as 

soil treatments 222 

Composite designs and their use in agricultural research 220 

Composite report to the Minister of Agriculture concerning some values to be derived from 

the development of a national handicraft programme 79 

The composition of Canadian cheddar and process cheese 5 

Composts as a source of humus; utilization of farm and garden vegetable waste, peat and 

muck 91 

Computer mapping in agrometeorology 96 

A computer program for estimating risks of irrigation requirements for climatic data 95 

Concentrate spraying in deciduous orchards 52 



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Concepts of gross national product, national income and gross national expenditure. 120 

Concrete wheel weights for tractors, 1941 242 

Condition of birch in northern Ontario and summary of present status of birch "dieback" in 

Quebec and the Maritime Provinces, 1948 144 

Condition of Maritime potatoes in railway transportation survey 120 198 

Conditions as to the preparation of the soil for tree planting 13 

Conditions in transit of potatoes for chips 198 

Conditions of the trade in clover and grass seeds in the Province of British Columbia. 218 

Conditions of the trade in timothy, alsike and red clover seeds; results of 

investigations. 1 10 218 

Conference of Dairy Instructors and Exports. Report; 112 

Conference of Divisional Officers and Branch Farm Superintendents. Report of proceedings. 

Feb. 13 to 18, 1939 165 

Conference of Dominion-Provincial representatives 92 

Conference of Federal and Provincial representatives re food supplies; 92 

Conference of Field Husbandry Workers of Western Canada. Report . 168 

Conference of Fruit Growers of the Dominion of Canada. Proceedings. 75 

Conference of officers in charge of eastern laboratories and inspection ports, Ottawa, 

November 30- December 2, 1925 146 

Conference of the Associate Committee on Market Poultry, Ottawa, March 2, 1936 79 

Conference on Biological Control of Forest Insects in Canada, Ottawa, Feb. 22-25, 1955. 176 

Conference on biological methods of controlling insect pests, Belleville, 1936 146 

Conference on Dressed Poultry. Proceedings 84 

Conference on grasshopper research held at Lincoln, Nebraska, September 1 1-14, 1945. 

Report 148 

Conference on Standardization of Butter Boxes, 1926. Minutes of meeting 112 

Confined rearing of lambs 196 

Confinement swine housing 69 

Confounded factorial designs 169 

Conservation of egg quality 91 

Conservation of the health of domestic animals 182 

Conserves, pickles and relishes 172 

The construction and care of lawns 54 79 

The construction and care of new lawns 175 

The construction and care of tobacco seed beds in the Province of Quebec 161 

Construction and management of tobacco seedbeds 22 44 

Construction and operation of a home storage for fruits and vegetables 20 41 

Construction and use of farrowing stalls 56 

The construction of new lawns 175 

The construction of small greenhouses 183 

Consumer choices of beef roasts and steaks 120 194 

Consumer preferences and uses of cheese in Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver 120 

Consumer preferences for apples in Greater Montreal 120 

The consumers guide on how to buy graded foods 79 



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on of beef and veal in city households 120 

on of dairy products in rural Canadian homes 120 

on of food by farm families, Stormont County, Ontario 120 

on of food by farm households in New Brunswick, 1945-1946 120 

on of food by farm households in Nova Scotia, 1945-1946 120 

on of food by farm households in Prince Edward Island, 1945-1946 120 

on of lamb in city households 120 

on of meat in city households 120 

on of milk and cream in the city of Vancouver 120 

on of pork, bacon, ham, sausages, liver and poultry in city households 120 

Contagious diseases of animals 180 

Continuing Committee on Poultry Breeding. Report of the meeting 194 

Contributions of the Department of Agriculture (Canada) to the European Productivity 

Agency of O.E.E.C 188 

Contributions to Canadian botany 14 34 

Control methods for diseases of cereal, forage, and fibre crops, by the Dominion 

Laboratories of Plant Pathology at Winnipeg. Saskatoon and Edmonton 29 

Control of ants 64 



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Control of ants, cockroaches, crickets, silverfish and booklice 50 

The control of aphids in field and garden in British Columbia 142 

The control of bark-beetle outbreaks in British Columbia 138 

Control of bats 65 

Control of bedbugs, fleas, lice and wasps 50 

Control of black flies in Canada 49 

Control of booklice 65 

Control of borers attacking peach trees 143 

Control of borers attacking peach trees in Ontario 53 

The control of bovine tuberculosis 182 

Control of cattle grubs in the Prairie Provinces 58 64 

Control of cattle lice 52 

Control of cattle warbles or heel flies 92 

Control of certain parasitic worms in sheep 91 

Control of cockroaches 49 

Control of common warehouse insect pests 91 

Control of couch grass in Manitoba 21 42 

The control of cutworms in the Prairie Provinces 138 

The control of cutworms in tobacco fields 141 

Control of diseases and pests of potatoes 60 

Control of Equine infectious anemia (swamp fever) 66 

Control of European red mite on apples 142 

The control of external parasites of poultry 15 39 

Control of fabric pests 60 

Control of fire blight of apples and hawthorns in home grounds in Manitoba 100 

Control of fleas 59 146 

The control of forest tent caterpillars in the Prairie Provinces 10 

Control of grain mites 91 

Control of grape insects in Ontario 53 

The control of grasshoppers 139 

The control of grasshoppers in Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains 30 

Control of grasshoppers in the Prairie Provinces 53 91 

Control of grasshoppers in vegetable crops and orchards 142 

Control of hornworms attacking tobacco in eastern Canada 141 

Control of hornworms on tobacco 50 

Control of horse bots and cattle warbles 90 

The control of insect pests in Canada 136 154 

Control of insects and diseases in vegetable gardens 91 

Control of insects and mites in farm-stored grain in the Prairie Provinces 57 

Control of insects and mites in food materials in the home 56 

Control of insects attacking vegetables under glass 139 

Control of insects in farm-stored grain in western Canada 146 

Control of insects in stored grain 90 146 

The control of insects infesting food materials in the home 143 

Control of insects of house plants 52 

Control of leafhoppers on cane fruits in British Columbia 58 

Control of lice and mites on chickens 52 

The control of locusts in eastern Canada 138 

The control of loose smut in wheat 12 

Control of lygus bugs in alfalfa seed fields in Saskatchewan 142 

Control of mice, rabbits and deer in orchards 56 

Control of millipedes 65 

The control of mites and lice on the poultry plant 39 

Control of mites in and about the home 49 

Control of moles in eastern Canada 65 

Control of mosquitoes in Canada 49 

Control of nematodes in flue-cured tobacco in Ontario 69 

Control of Newcastle disease. . 79 

Control of peach canker 100 

Control of plant bugs in northern alfalfa seed fields 50 

The control of potato diseases 156 

Control of potato diseases in Newfoundland 62 



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Control of rats and mice 51 66 91 

Control of root-lesion nematodes in flue-cured tobacco 62 

Control of root maggots in rutabagas and turnips in British Columbia. 53 

Control of root maggots in rutabagas, cabbages and related plants in the Maritime 

Provinces 55 

Control of root weevils in British Columbia 142 

Control of root weevils in strawberries 56 

Control of silverfish and firebrats .54 

Control of slugs 60 

Control of soil drifting in southwestern Manitoba 59 

The control of some common species of household insects 14 37 

Control of sowbugs and pillbugs 65 

Control of springtails 65 

The control of stomach worms in sheep in eastern Canada 19 37 

Control of the apple maggot 64 

Control of the balsam-fir sawfly in the agricultural areas of the Prairie Provinces 175 

Control of the blue mould disease of tobacco 15 40 

Control of the buffalo treehopper in eastern Canada 50 

Control of the cabbage maggot in British Columbia 53 

Control of the cabbage maggot in Newfoundland 53 

Control of the carrot rust fly in eastern Canada 49 

Control of the cluster fly 49 

Control of the Colorado potato beetle in Canada 54 

Control of the corn earworm 51 64 

Control of the currant fruit fly 58 

Control of the currant fruitfly on the Canadian Prairies 141 

The control of the destructive spruce bark beetle in eastern Canada 26 

The control of the European apple sucker, Psyllia mali Schmidb., in Nova Scotia 26 

The control of the European corn borer 139 

Control of the European corn borer in sweet corn 48 64 142 

Control of the European earwig 56 

Control of the European marsh crane fly in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia 60 

The control of the imported onion maggot 13 

Control of the more injurious bark beetles of the Canadian Rocky Mountain region 141 

Control of the narcissus bulb fly 48 

Control of the onion maggot in the Prairie Provinces 146 

Control of the pale western cutworm 56 63 

Control of the pine needle scale in the Prairie Provinces 52 144 

Control of the potato flea beetle in eastern Canada 55 

Control of the potato leafhopper in field beans 55 

Control of the purple-backed cabbageworm in Newfoundland 55 

Control of the seed-corn maggot 48 142 

Control of the sheep ked 58 90 

Control of the six-spotted leafhopper in southern Ontario 55 

Control of the spruce spider mite 55 

Control of the squash vine borer 48 

Control of the strawberry weevil 142 

Control of the sugar-beet nematode in Alberta 61 

Control of the sweetclover weevil 49 

Control of the turnip maggot in rutabagas in Saskatchewan 50 

Control of the western raspberry fruitworm in British Columbia 142 

Control of the winter moth on shade trees 175 

Control of the yellow-headed spruce sawfly in the agricultural areas of the Prairie 

Provinces 144 

Control of tobacco cutworms 50 141 

Control of vegetable insects in the far north 146 

Control of wasps and bees 60 

Control of wheat stem sawfly in the Prairie Provinces 91 139 

Control of white grubs 91 

Control of white grubs in eastern Canada 54 143 

Control of white grubs in Ontario in 1945 140 

Control of white grubs in potatoes 146 



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Control of wireworms in British Columbia 51 

Control of wireworms in Nova Scotia 51 63 144 

Control of wireworms in Ontario 49 

Convention of Fruit Growers of the Dominion of Canada 75 

The conversion of dry roughage into a succulent feed; an examination of the sugar jack 

process 6 

Cooking cut-up poultry 172 

Cooking for Christmas 65 

Cooling milk on the farm 9 16 45 91 

The cooling of milk for cheesemaking 15 25 39 108 

Cooperation and fruit growing 108 

Cooperation in agricultural services 188 

Co-operation in Canada 1641115 

Cooperation in marketing poultry products 3 

Cooperation in the marketing of apples 108 

Cooperative credit in Saskatchewan 121 

Co-operative egg circles 192 

The co-operative marketing of eggs, poultry and live stock in the Maritime Provinces. . . .198 

Cooperative oat breeding project; Ontario project group 105 

Cooperative potato progress report 183 

Co-operative potato projects in Western Ontario. Progress report 163 

Cooperative seed elevator; specifications for all trades 79 

Co-operative test of early wheat varieties. Report 105 

Co-operative variety trials and fertilizer tests (cereal crops) 104 

Co-operative variety trials (cereal crops) 104 

Co-operatives in Canada 57 

Corn earworm 143 

Corn for ensilage 160 

Corn for livestock and poultry 66 

Corn growing in Manitoba 7 154 

Corn hybrids recommended for production in Ontario 90 

The correct branding for butter and cheese boxes 14 33 

The correct branding for cheese and for cheese boxes 15 40 

Correspondence from the office of Dairy and Cold Storage Commissioner, 1896-1957. .112 

Corrugated and solid fibreboard boxes for packing dressed and eviscerated poultry 79 

Corrugated and solid fibreboard boxes for packing undrawn and eviscerated poultry .... 200 

Cost accounting for agriculture 186 

Cost and returns in the production of apples in the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia. 121 

Cost charges for agricultural machinery 47 

Cost of field operations in the Prairie region 54 

Cost of milk production in Canada 121 

Cost of operating creameries in the Prairie Provinces, 1933-34 121 

Cost of operating farm machinery in eastern Canada 21 42 

Cost of producing farm crops in eastern Canada 7 9 

Cost of producing farm crops in the Prairie Provinces 9 

Costs and returns - commercial wheat farms, Prairie Provinces, 1968 121 

Costs and returns in apple production, Rouville County, Quebec 37 71 

Costs and returns - wheat and grain - beef cattle farms, Prairie Provinces Parkbelt, 1968. 121 

Costs of distribution in the wholesale fruit and vegetable trade 38 72 

Costs of production in agriculture, 1962 121 

Couch grass eradication: quack, twitch or scutch grass (Agropyron repens) 79 175 

Coulommier cheese 25 108 157 

Counts to determine grades 178 

Cover crop tests in furrow irrigated orchards in British Columbia 49 

Cow testing 111 

Cow testing associations with some notes on the sampling and testing of milk 107 

Cow testing notes 111 

Cow testing with some notes on the sampling and testing of milk 108 

The cranberry 22 44 

The cranberry industry; its possibilities in Canada 3 10 18 36 155 

The crate fattening of poultry 205 

Crate feeding 1 59 



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Cream cheese 108 159 

Cream cheese and butter 157 

Cream desserts 112 

Creameries in N.W.T 112 

Creamery cold storage 107 

Credit for profit 169 

Credit unions in Canada 116 

Creeping red fescue 57 

Crested wheat grass 18 30 35 51 

Crested wheatgrass 64 

Crickets 65 

Crop and seasonal price summaries 199 

Crop bulletin 228 

Crop certification and certified seed 202 

Crop entomology, Research Station, CDA, Lethbridge, Alta 237 

Crop insurance; what federal act offers, advantages of crop insurance, some provincial rates 

and experience 79 

Crop production 159 

Crop production on Manitoulin Island 230 

Crop production requirements in Manitoba; machinery, labor and materials 121 

Crop rotation and productivity 66 

Crop rotation studies on White Fox soils, 1936-1957 79 

Crop rotations and soil management for eastern Canada 589 

Crop rotations and soil management for the Prairie Provinces 6 

Crop rotations for central and eastern Canada 157 

Crop rotations for the dry farming districts of Canada 158 

Crop rotations in the Prairie Provinces 21 42 

Crop variety guide for the Atlantic Provinces 165 212 

Crop variety recommendations for the Atlantic Provinces 165 

Crops and soil management for the Wabowden area of northern Manitoba 59 

Crossbreeding in poultry 194 

Crown gall of fruit trees and small fruits 12 

Crown millet - a good orchard cover crop 184 

Crude rubber from Kok-saghyz 79 

Cucumber culture under glass 184 

Culinary comments 172 

The cultivation of flax for fibre 159 

The cultivation of small fruits 159 

The cultivation of some staple vegetables 161 

Cultivation of the apple in Canada, with descriptions and lists of varieties 4 

Cultural activities under the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act 207 

Cultural control of grasshoppers in Alberta 141 

Cultural control of wild oats 53 

Cultural practices for fodder crops in Manitoba 29 

Culture and care of house plants 184 

The culture of begonias, cannas, dahlias and gladioli 184 

Culture of cigarette Burley tobacco 61 

Culture of ferns 184 

The culture of gladiolus, canna and peonies 184 

The culture of iris, peony and phlox 184 

Culture of ornamental trees for Canadian gardens 51 

Culture of pansies 184 

Culture of ranunculus or the peony-flowered buttercup in British Columbia 165 

Culture of sweet peas 184 

Curing flue-cured tobacco 64 

Curing flue-cured tobacco by conventional procedures 66 

Curing flue-cured tobacco under special conditions 66 

Currant culture 16 45 

Current agricultural assistance programs, Canada Department of Agriculture, June 1957. 121 

Current agricultural engineering research and development projects in Canada 135 

Current information agricultural products 199 

Current periodicals 190 



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Current review of agricultural conditions in Canada 116 

Cutworm outbreak expected in 1931 in Saskatchewan and Alberta 146 

Cutworms 142 

Cutworms and army worms 136 152 

Cutworms and their control 136 138 

Cutworms in Prince Edward Island 142 

Cytogenetic studies in Caragana, 1957 100 

Daily meteorological observations 96 

Daily potato market report 199 

Dairy Conference. Record of proceedings 112 

The dairy cow 106 162 

Dairy dips and dressings 70 

Dairy farm business in Alberta, 1939 to 1943 44 74 

The dairy farm business in eastern Ontario 121 

The dairy farm business in Manitoba, 1942-1947 45 74 

The dairy farm business in Ontario 121 

Dairy farm management in milk costs in Ontario 121 

Dairy farm management in Nova Scotia 121 

Dairy farm organization in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, 1961 121 

Dairy farm organization in the Lower Fraser Valley of British Columbia 121 

Dairy farm study on Vancouver Island, 1943-1955 121 

Dairy farmers' account book 121 

Dairy farming in north central British Columbia 121 

Dairy farming on Vancouver Island, 1961 121 

The dairy goat 52 

The dairy goat in Canada 68 

Dairy husbandry in Canada. 68 

The Dairy Industry Act 1 2 109 1 1 1 

The dairy industry in British Columbia 121 

Dairy legislation 108 

Dairy news letter 112 

The Dairy Produce Act 1 

Dairy produce market report 199 

Dairy production, 1907 104 

Dairy products grading report 199 

Dairy products review 197 

Dairy research in Canada 79 

Dairy Technology Laboratory 165 

Dairying in New Zealand and Australia 3 

Damp grain 67 

Data available from the 1958 D.B.S. Expenditure and Income Survey, with a tentative list of 

tabulations that the Bureau expects to compile from the survey records 121 

Data for the Imperial Economic Conference with reference to dairy products 112 

Data summary. Project F. 1.8.2 - 171 

The date on which it is safe to re-seed fields in the Prairie Provinces after they have been 

devastated by the pale western cutworm 10 139 

Decay in balsam fir (Abies balsamea, Mill.) 6 

Decay in iir, Abies lasiocarpa and A. amabilis, in the Upper Fraser region of British 

Columbia 44 74 

Decay of aspen (Populus tremuloides Mich.) and balsam poplar (Populus balsamifera L.) in 

the Lesser Slave Lake region in Alberta 176 

Decay of Sitka spruce on the Queen Charlotte Islands 43 73 

Decay of western hemlock and amabilis fir in the Kitimat region of British Columbia 53 

Decay of white spruce in the Prairie Provinces; interim report 176 

Deciduous shrubs for the great clay belt of northern Ontario and Quebec 165 224 

Deciduous trees and conifers more commonly used for ornamental purposes throughout 

Canada 18 35 

Dehorn your commercial cattle; cater to higher market prices 25 

Dehydration of Canadian fruits 8 

The dehydration of eggs in Canada 194 206 

Dehydration of fruits and vegetables 184 

Dehydration of fruits and vegetables in Canada 6 



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Dehydration report, 1943 184 

Demand for cheese in selected Canadian cities 122 

The demand for meat in Canada 122 

Demand-supply projections for Canadian agriculture - 1980 ... 122 

Demodicidosis in large domestic animals; a review 182 

The Department of Agriculture, its history, organization and work. ... .188 

Departmental directory and list of publications 17 33 

Descriptions of cultures of fungi Imperfecti and Ascomycetes associated with forest damage 

in British Columbia 176 

Descriptions of sandy soils in cleared areas of coastal Kent and southern Northumberland 

Counties, N.B 211 

Descriptive notes on herbaceous perennials for Canadian gardens 50 

The design and operation of sprinkler irrigation systems 241 

Design winds for reservoirs in southern Manitoba 208 

Desserts you'll like 172 

The Destructive Insect and Pest Act 1 

Destructive Insect and Pest Act Advisory Board. Special meeting 79 

The Destructive Insect and Pest Act and Regulations issued thereunder 136 154 

Determination of methyl bromide, ethylene dibromide and carbon tetrachloride in admixture 

in air 56 

Determination of the specific gravity of milk 109 

Determining consumer preferences in dairy foods 122 

Determining tolerance limits of contamination in low coumarin sweetclover varieties using a 

cattle bio-assay 239 

Developing bush pastures - a management and economic guide 122 

Developing quality dairy pastures 233 

Development and control of the ash borer in the Prairie Provinces 176 

The development and progress of economic classification of lands in Saskatchewan and 

some results of the various studies 122 

The development of the Horticultural Division, Experimental Farms Service, 1920-1950. 184 

Dicoumarol studies. Ill 239 

Dieback and canker on young Douglas fir following low temperature injury 176 

The dieback of birch in the Maritime region 139 

The dietary results of a food consumption survey on rural families in Nova Scotia, New 

Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, 1945-46 122 

Digest of certain restrictive regulations 80 

Digging and storing of potatoes 161 

Dinner and supper suggestions for the business girl 172 

The direct marketing of livestock 20 40 

Directions for cleansing and disinfecting premises after outbreaks of hog cholera 182 

Directions for collecting and preserving insects 13 25 32 138 

Directions for sending pathological specimens for examinations 182 

Directions for use of tuberculin test 182 

Directions for using soluble powdered pepsin as a substitute for rennet 111 

A directory of botanists in Canada 231 

A directory of breeders of pure-bred sheep and goats in the Dominion of Canada 219 

Directory of cold storage warehouses in Canada 17 33 

Directory of cooperative associations in Canada 16 21 32 43 1 16 

Directory of farmer's organizations and marketing boards in Canada 75 

Directory of farmers' organizations in Canada 66 75 

Directory of insect physiologists 80 

Directory of organization 76 

Directory of organization and activities; 76 

Directory of personnel 75 

Directory of the breeders of pure bred livestock of the Dominion of Canada 1 13 192 

Discoloration of cheese 113 

Discolorations and other defects of wheat seed 62 

The disease of rye and other grains and grasses called ergot 12 

The disease of tomatoes 155 

Diseases and insect pests of stone fruits in Canada 48 

Diseases and insect pests of the raspberry in Canada 47 

Diseases and parasites of poultry 191 



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Diseases and pests of potatoes. 1973 70 

Diseases and pests of turfgrass in the Prairie Provinces 62 

Diseases of field crops 52 

Diseases of field crops in the prairie provinces 52 

Diseases of greenhouse cucumbers 20 41 

Diseases of lodgepole pine in Alberta 176 

Diseases of peas and their control 80 

Diseases of plums and their control 10 14 29 33 

Diseases of swede turnips 90 

Diseases of the raspberry 21 29 42 

Diseases of tobacco in Canada 19 38 

Dissemination of scientific information 215 

Distribution and persistence of methyl bromide ethylene dibromide and carbon tetrachloride 

applied in grain fumigant mixtures 56 

Distribution and sale of seed grain 157 

The distribution of Essex County fresh fruits and vegetables, 1951 122 

Distribution of pure bred bulls 191 

Distribution of pure bred male animals 191 192 

Distribution of Saunders wheat 80 

District experiment substation, Mindemoya and associated illustration stations in the 
Manitoulin, Algoma, Sudbury and Nipissing Districts, Ontario. Progress report, 1946/51. . 186 

Divided basket bunker vs brine tank refrigerator cars under heat 178 

Dividing over-wintered colonies for increased honey production 21 43 

Division of Entomology news letter; 212 

Division of Entomology Special Program Committee. Report 148 

Division progress reports, Central Experimental Farm 163 

Do you know your weeds? . 158 

Docking and castration of lambs 26 

Dodder 91 

Domestication of alfalfa leaf - cutter bees 64 

Dominion aid to agricultural instruction in Canada 80 

Dominion assistance to sheep breeding. Ram grading policy 194 

Dominion Dairy Conference. Record of proceedings 112 

The Dominion experimental farms 80 165 

Dominion Experimental Farms; a guide to the experimental farms and stations 80 

The Dominion Experimental Farms - a review, 1886-1912 80 165 

Dominion experimental farms founded fifty years ago; their origin and development 80 

Dominion experimental farms pasture investigations; botanical surveys 100 

Dominion forest nursery stations, Indian Head, Sask., and Sutherland, Sask., progress 

report 163 

Dominion fox illustration stations, P.E.I., N.S., and N.B. progress report 163 

The Dominion of Canada 80 

Dominion-Provincial Conference on Canada's agricultural programs. Report 92 

Dominion swine policy - Conference to consider payment of ten per cent premium and allied 

subjects, April 22-23, 1927 80 

Don't guess, buy by grade; a reminder from the Canada Department of Agriculture Royal 

Winter Fair exhibit 80 

Dosage schedules - methyl bromide fumigations 80 

Double-working - a method of building hardier apple trees 80 

Dourine in Canada, 1904-1920. History, research and suppression 182 

Drawings illustrating pen barns and milking rooms 241 

Dressed poultry: illustrations of standard killing and plucking, grading and packing 

rooms 198 

Dressed poultry: paper liners and methods of lining boxes for reducing freezer burn. . . .198 

Dressing and cutting lamb carcasses; lamb rings 24 

Dry shell or field beans 165 

Drying of vegetables 225 

Duck raising - 1 58 

Dust explosions 140 

Dutch elm disease 30 52 176 203 

Dutch elm disease situation in Canada 203 

Dutch elm disease survey - Ontario 203 



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Dwarf apple trees 184 

ERDA: engineering research and development in agriculture 136 

Easter lily culture in British Columbia 165 

The eastern spruce bark-beetle 145 

The eastern spruce sawfly 145 

Easy to serve frozen casseroles 69 

Eat Canadian apples; 160 apple recipes 179 

An ecological and grazing capacity study of the native grass pastures in southern Alberta, 

Saskatchewan and Manitoba 41 73 

Ecology of the aspen parkland of western Canada in relation to land use 54 

Economic analist 116 

An economic analysis of beef cattle - grain operations in west central Manitoba 122 

An economic analysis of cheese factory operations in Ontario 80 122 

An economic analysis of cheese factory operations in Quebec 80 122 

An economic analysis of creamery operations in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 

Alberta. 36 71 

An economic analysis of creamery operations in New Brunswick 80 122 

An economic analysis of farm power in Alberta and Saskatchewan 122 

An economic analysis of the sheep ranching industry in western Canada 17 34 

An economic appraisal of proposed agricultural development and cattle ranching in the 

Slave River Lowlands, North West Territories 122 

Economic aspects of farm machinery use in crop production in south central Manitoba, 

1964 122 

Economic aspects of farm machinery use in crop production, Reston-Cromer area, Manitoba, 

1965 122 

An economic classification of land. ..and a study of farm organization of the Biggar-Kerrobert- 

Unity area, Saskatchewan, 1948 122 

An economic classification of land and its relation to farm income, Eyebrow-Lacadena area, 

Saskatchewan, 1939-40 122 

An economic classification of land and its relation to farm types and income, Blucher- 

Colonsay area, Saskatchewan, 1940-41 123 

An economic classification of land in fifty-six municipal divisions, south central 

Saskatchewan 41 72 

An economic classification of land in the Elrose-Rosetown-Conquest area, 1944 123 

An economic classification of land in the Govenlock-Eastend-Maple Creek area, 

Saskatchewan, 1946 123 

An economic classification of land in the Weyburn Estavan area, Saskatchewan, 1941. 123 

An economic study of apple production in the Annapolis Valley 123 

An economic study of cheese consumption in certain urban and rural districts of 

Canada. 38 72 

An economic study of furrow and sprinkler irrigation of tree fruits in the Okanagan Valley, 

British Columbia, 1951 123 

An economic study of land settlement in representative pioneer areas of northern 

Saskatchewan 42 73 

An economic study of land settlement in the Albertville-Garrick area of northern 

Saskatchewan, 1941 123 

An economic study of land utilization in southern Alberta 36 71 

An economic study of potato production in New Brunswick 34 71 

An economic study of the consumption of milk and cream in certain urban and rural districts 

of Canada 36 71 

An economic study of the consumption of milk and cream in Vancouver 39 72 

Economic study of the marketing and distribution of perishable farm produce in the city of 

Ottawa (Oct. 1936-Sept. 1937) Preliminary report 123 

An economic survey of range sheep production in western Canada 123 

Economic survey of sheep ranching in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. . . .165 

An economic survey of sheep ranching in western Canada 123 

Economic surveys in northern settlement areas 123 

The economic utilization of grazing lands in two municipal units representative of south 

central and southwestern Saskatchewan, 1945 123 

The economics of beef production 66 

Economics of grain-fallow rotations and fertilizer use in the Prairie Provinces 123 

The economics of grape production in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia 123 



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Economy meals 173 

Edible and poisonous mushrooms of Canada 56 

Edmonton, Alta 95 

Effect of benzene hexachloride on the odour and flavour of fruit 144 

Effect of control cropping on degraded soil 64 

Effect of environment on different genotypes in poultry 165 

The effect of feeding deaminized versus untreated cod liver oils on growth, egg production 

and mortality of poultry 3171 

The effect of male birds on market eggs 12 

The effect of potassium nitrate on the germination of freshly harvested wheat, oats, barley 

and flax seea 202 

Effect of price on butter sales 123 

The effective use of farm labour and equipment in eastern Canada 90 

The effects of climate and grazing practices on shortgrass prairie vegetation in southern 

Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan 41 

The effects of decay on the production of trembling aspen pulpwood in the upper Pic region 

of Ontario 54 

The effects of immaturity and artificial drying upon the quality of seed corn 43 73 

The efficient brooding of chicks 92 

Egg and egg products 70 

Egg and poultry market report 200 

Egg and poultry market review 200 

The egg and poultry situation in Canada 205 

The egg and poultry trade 107 

Egg buying guide 194 

The "egg case plan" and its use in connection with the establishment of a system of 

"quality payment" in the purchase of eggs 205 

Egg contracts with Britain 89 

Egg cooler and humidifier 170 

Egg marketing in Alberta 123 

Egg price chart, "Ready Reckoner" 206 

Egg publicity paragraphs 206 

Eggs 65 173 193 

Eggs and poultry 92 1 13 

Eggs - Eggs are good and good for you 173 

Eggs for Britain 89 

Eggs, poultry 80 

Eggs, poultry and canned goods, and dried and evaporated fruit trade with Great Britain. 107 
Eggs, The breakfast food of the nation': their value as a food and their place in the Canadian 

diet 26 

Eggs; the production, identification and retention of quality in eggs 21 43 

Elderberry culture in eastern Canada 63 

Elementary agricultural air photo interpretation with particular reference to eastern 

Canada 123 

The elm leaf beetle in Ontario 52 

Emmer and spelt 151 

Employees' handbook 80 

Engine lubrication 92 

Engineering and agricultural services provided for water development under P.F.R.A. . . . 207 

The engineering aspects of land leveling 58 

Engineering specifications 136 

English publications 187 

An enlarged motor driven pea shelter 235 

An enquiry into the relationships between changes in over-all productivity and real net return 

per farm, and between changes in total output and real gross return 123 

Ensilage in 1918 162 

Entero-hepatitis or black-head, and the biological laboratory system of raising turkeys. 180 

Entero-hepatitis or black-head in turkeys 180 

Entertaining with cheese 173 

Entomological Branch news letter 212 

Entomological Laboratory, Biological Control Investigations, Belleville 80 



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Entomological projects in Canada, conducted by institutions other than Canada Department 

of Agriculture 145 

Entomology Division news letter 212 

Entomology in Canada, with special reference to developments within the Dominion 

Department of Agriculture 146 

Entomology newsletter 212 

Equipment for harvesting hay and silage 22 45 

Equipment on farms in the Plains region of Saskatchewan 124 

Eradication of leafy spurge (Euphorgia esula) 20 40 

The ergot disease of rye and other grains and grasses 14 37 

Ergot of grains and grasses 68 

Essentials in broiler production 80 

Establishing a farm in Canada 67 

Establishing crop rotations 234 

Establishing superior lowbush blueberry fields 68 

The establishment and maintenance of turf on putting and bowling greens, 175 

The establishment of branch experimental dairy stations 113 

The establishment of cheese factories and creameries 113 

The establishment of economic farm units in northwestern Saskatchewan with particular 

reference to low- productivity land 124 

Estimated impact of the St. Lawrence Seaway on eastern elevator grain handling 

patterns 102 

Estimates of expenditures, 1944-1948 93 

Estimating costs of swine production 70 

Estimating irrigation water requirements from meteorological data 54 165 

Estimation of probable dates of temperatures near freezing from monthly temperature 

normals, station elevating and astronomical data 96 

The Eston-Elrose Region of Saskatchewan 115 

Ethylene dichloride for the control of the peachtree borer 140 

European corn borer 139 143 146 

The European corn borer and its control in sweet corn 143 

European corn borer quarantine map of Ontario 146 

European Corn Borer Regulations; Quarantine No.2 (Domestic) 1 

European (Dutch) elm disease report, 1946 203 

The European earwig 140 

The European pine moth in Ontario 176 

The European pine shoot moth 145 

The European pine shoot moth in Ontario 52 

The European red mite - a pest of fruit trees 11 

The European spruce sawfly 145 

The European spruce sawfly outbreak in 1935 146 

An evaluation of certain aspects of staff study No. 24 of the Economic Council of Canada on 

Canadian Agricultural Productivity 124 

Evaluation of commercial frozen french-fried potatoes 237 

Evaluation of green and wax bean varieties grown commercially in southern Alberta in 

1966 237 

An evaluation of ornamental greenhouse plants 69 

An evaluation of vegetables grown in the Eastern Arctic region of Canada 65 

Evaporated apples 181 

Evaporation measurements at branch units of the Experimental Farms Service throughout 

Canada 171 

Evaporation measurements at research branch stations, Canada Department of 

Agriculture. 60 

Every gardener his own seed grower 156 162 

Examples of first page of manuscript for publication 146 

Excerpts from the Report of the Biological Control Unit, Oct. 1952. Forest insects 146 

The exchange of farming information 124 

Exchange of scientific workers 215 

Exhibit ideas 86 

Exotic breeds: what is their role in the beef industry? 236 

Experimental and research projects 165 



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Experimental Farm, Agassiz, B.C 80 

Experimental Farm, Brandon, Manitoba 80 

Experimental Farm, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, 1909-1959, 50th anniversary. 81 

Experimental farm highlights in the Atlantic Provinces 163 

Experimental Farm, Indian Head, Sask 81 

Experimental Farm, Nappan, N.S 81 

Experimental Farms Service, Canada Department of Agriculture 81 

Experimental methods. 1 6 

Experimental methods for evaluating herbage 64 

Experimental project farms in Eastern Ontario, 1962. Progress report; crop research . 230 

Experimentai slaughter test for sheep 210 

Experimental sub-stations.. .report of the experimentalists in charge 163 

Experiments in pork production 151 

Experiments in steer feeding in Manitoba 154 

Experiments in the fattening of swine 150 

Experiments in the feeding of steers 150 

Experiments with wheat at the Dominion Experimental Farm, Brandon, Manitoba; a summary 

1889-1923 4 

Export apple trade 110 

Export of agricultural seeds from Canada 201 

The export opportunity for Canadian poultry 192 

Export pear trade 110 

Exports, imports and domestic disappearance of agricultural products as a percentage of 

production, Canada 116 

Exports of Canadian farm products: war and post-war developments 124 

Exports of Canadian grain and wheat flour 101 

Exports of farm products, 1929-1942 81 

Exports of field seeds 201 

Extracts relating to licensing from the Fruit, Vegetables and Honey Act and Regulations 

thereunder (as rev. November 1, 1947) 81 

FAO silver anniversary 81 

Factors affecting branch infection in aspen 176 

Factors affecting the success of farm mortgage loans in western Canada 41 72 

Factors affecting the weight of market hogs 124 

Factors influencing ascorbic acid retention in apple juice 41 72 

Factors influencing the profitable production of potatoes 159 

Facts about honey 158 

Facts concerning coccidiosis 194 

Fall litters 26 

Fallout on the farm 60 81 

Fan ventilation 171 

Farm account book 34 124 

Farm and ranch equipment for beef cattle 67 223 

A farm appraisal handbook for eastern Ontario 124 

Farm business analysis manual 103 

Farm business and management analysis statements 124 

Farm business in central Alberta, 1943-1944 45 74 

Farm business in Quebec during the year ending March 31, 1920 154 

Farm business in Quebec, for the year ending June I, 1920 154 

Farm business in the Gilbert Plains and Sifton areas of Manitoba 124 

The farm business of the Ontario Concentrated Milk Producers 121 

A farm business study in central British Columbia, 1953-1955 124 

A farm business study in the Birtle-Shoal Lake area of Manitoba 124 

A farm business study in the Fort Vermilion area of Alberta 124 

A farm business study in the Fox Valley-Eston-Kindersley area of Saskatchewan 124 

A farm business study in the Hamiota area of Manitoba 124 

A farm business study with particular reference to the relation of farm types and land class, 

Coty- Asquith-Langham area, Saskatchewan 124 

Farm credit in the United States; a review of the United States Cooperative Farm Credit 

System and Farmers Home Administration 169 

Farm credit legislation in Canada 66 

The farm family in Canada 124 



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Farm family living in Lanark County, Ontario, 1947-1948 124 

Farm family living in Nicolet County, Quebec, 1947-48 124 

Farm family living in the Prairie Provinces 43 73 

Farm feeds; grains, mill feeds, and concentrates, their nature and composition 155 

The farm flock 13 32 157 

Farm homes beautiful (eastern Canada) 81 

Farm improvement loans 169 

Farm income: cash and net, 1926-1948 124 

Farm labour in wartime (a survey of farm labour.. .in Canada in February and March 

1942) 124 

Farm land, field crops and livestock of the Maritime Provinces 104 

Farm land, field crops and livestock of the Province of Ontario .104 

The farm lease in Alberta 125 

Farm letter 1 87 

The farm machinery outlook in the Prairie Provinces 125 

Farm machinery requirements in Saskatchewan 125 

Farm machinery syndicate loans from the Farm Credit Corporation 169 

Farm management data from illustration station farms, 1953-1958 57 

Farm mechanization in Ontario and Quebec 49 125 

Farm news; press clip sheet 187 

Farm organization and practices, costs and returns; thin black soil zone, central Alberta, 

1965 125 

Farm organization and the cost of producing apples in the Annapolis Valley of Nova 

Scotia 125 

Farm organization in the Creston area of British Columbia, 1947 125 

Farm organization in the Northern Okanagan Valley, British Columbia 125 

Farm organization, income and debt paying capacity in west central Alberta 125 

Farm power and machinery costs in Alberta, 1950 125 

Farm practices in central Saskatchewan 125 

Farm practices in the Weyburn loam and Regina heavy clay soils of Saskatchewan 125 

Farm products; food and clothing materials - their formation and composition 158 

Farm real estate in the Prairie Provinces, 1963-1967 125 

Farm rental, operating and transfer arrangements 50 

Farm sprayers 58 

Farm syndicate loans 170 

Farm trailers, wagons and racks 22 45 

Farm weeds of Canada 81218 

The farm well 1 58 

The farmer as a manufacturer 155 158 

Farmer Jones meets "Cathy" computer 103 

Farmer's account book; facts regarding farm book-keeping 165 

Farmers' business organizations in Canada 9 115 

Farmers' co-operative business organizations in Canada 115 

Farmers' estimation of acreage in comparison with measurements from aerial photographs, 

Manitoba, 1961 125 

Farmers manual 103 

The farmer's piggery 160 

Farmer's poultry house 157 191 

Farmer! Watch your balance in nature's bank 158 

Farming in Canada 54 64 81 

Farming in the Armstrong district of Manitoba, 1948 125 

Farming in the irrigation districts of Alberta 43 73 

Farming in the Rocky Mountain Trench of British Columbia in 1955 125 

Farming on bush lands at Debolt - Peace River, Alberta, 1945 125 

Farming on the Almasippi soils of central Manitoba, 1950 125 

Farming on Vancouver Island 239 

Farming potential of the Canadian Northwest 69 

Farmyard manure 90 

A father and son business arrangement for prairie farmers 125 

Fattening poultry for market 2141 

Fattening range and domestic feeder lambs, using hay and grains produced on the farm. 
February-March, 1945 140 



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Federal agricultural assistance programs, Canada, 1900-1951 125 

Federal agricultural assistance programs, Canada, 1945-1956 125 

Federal agricultural legislation, Canada 116 

Federal agricultural marketing and price legislation, Canada 1930 to 1950 126 

Federal agricultural policy; a summary of national policies and achivements in agriculture, 

1957-1960 81 

Federal assistance to class A exhibitions and winter and spring shows 81 

Federal assistance to class B fairs 81 

Federal assistance to hog breeding; the brood sow policy 192 

Federal assistance to horse breeding 192 

Federal assistance to sheep breeding 26 

Federal assistance to sheep breeding; ram grading 192 

Federal assistance to sheep breeding - the ram club policy 29 

Federal farm credit and related statistics; 169 

Feed book; record of feed for the dairy herd 113 

Feed problems confronting Canadian farmers 93 

Feed racks and troughs for sheep 159 

Feeding and care of the dairy calf 51 

Feeding and housing of swine 191 

Feeding dairy cattle 92 

Feeding for beef in Alberta 155 

Feeding for beef in central Alberta 154 

Feeding for egg production 165 

Feeding for market lamb production 47 

Feeding grass silage to beef cattle 50 

Feeding livestock on low roughage 62 

Feeding livestock on low-roughage rations 63 

The feeding of beef cattle 159 

The feeding of dairy cattle 1 1 159 

The feeding of horses 13 15 38 159 

The feeding of livestock 158 

The feeding of rabbits 194 

Feeding of sheep 159 

The feeding of swine 12 90 159 162 

The Feeding Stuffs Act 1 

Feeding the chick 188 

The feeding value of damaged grain 48 

Feeding value of potatoes 97 

The feeding value of western Canadian barley for bacon hogs 81 

Feedlot finishing of cattle and lambs in western Canada 61 

Feedlot finishing of cattle and sheep in the irrigated areas of southern Alberta 21 43 

Feeds and feeding for farm livestock in the Maritime Provinces 18 30 35 

Feeds for wintering and winter fattening of beef cattle in eastern Canada 160 

Fees for inspection of animals imported to Canada 182 

Ferns of the Ottawa district 51 

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lity and management studies on gray wooded soils. Progress report, 1927/56 186 

lity; its maintenance and increase 158 

lity of chernozemic soils, Lethbridge 81 

lizer analyses 2 26 27 28 201 

lizer and crop studies in the Pemberton Valley of British Columbia, 1932-1956. . 81 165 

lizer economy in war time 162 

lizer samples 26 201 

lizer samples, 1922-23 26 

lizer schedule for greenhouse cucumbers 67 

lizer schedule for greenhouse tomatoes in southwestern Ontario 61 

Fertilizers Act 1 

lizers for field crops 2 

lizers for flowering plants, vegetables, small fruits and lawns 160 

lizers for various crops 47 90 

lizing pastures and hayland in the Maritime Provinces 61 

Festive foods 67 

Fibre flax production in Canada 90 



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Field and laboratory tests for control of the apple maggot 235 

Field beans in Canada 22 30 45 162 

The field carrot; its place in Quebec's agriculture 12 

Field corn production in Canada 53 

Field corn; varieties and hybrids suitable for eastern Canada 90 

Field crop insects; crop rotation to offset injury 10 

Field cultivator maintenance and operation 92 

Field evaluation of vegetable varieties grown at the Lethbridge Research Station . 237 238 

Field fertility tests and causes of sterility of bulls 165 

Field identification of potato aphids 142 

Field manual 169 

Field peas in Canada 51 

Field root and vegetable seed crops 218 

Field roots in Canada. Classification, improvement and seed production 5 19 38 

Field sprayers 70 

50 years; Canada agriculture, Experimental Farm, Morden, Man 81 

Fifty years of pomology; the science of fruit culture, 1916-1966 240 

Fifty years of progress on Dominion experimental farms, 1886-1936 165 

50th anniversary, 1907-1957 237 

Film catalogue 188 

Final seed crop report 201 

Financial analysis of certain independent fruit processors in the Niagara Peninsula in 

Ontario 126 

The Finch Dairy Station 26 109 

Finish poultry before marketing 18 30 35 

Finish the feeders in Canada. Keep the heifers at home 191 

Finishing lambs for the block 161 

Finishing steers for market in northwestern Saskatchewan 25 

Fire-blight of apples and pears 15 38 

Fire blight of pears and apples 29 

The first discovery of free-living larvae of the ear tick, Otobius megnini (Duges), in British 

Columbia 236 

First step toward cattle quarantine 182 

The fish and game attractions of the Dominion of Canada 81 

Fish meal as a livestock food 161 

Fish meals and oils. Feeding value for livestock and poultry 30 

Flax 150 

Flax culture 156 

Flax fibre 187 

Flax for fibre, its cultivation and handling 155 

Flax insects in Saskatchewan 147 

The flax plant; its cultivation for seed and fibre 152 

Flaxseed 90 

Flea beetles 142 

Flea-beetles and their control 138 

Fleshy annual pastures in Canada 27 

Flies and their control 49 147 

Flora of the farming and ranching area of the Canadian Prairies 242 

Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands 24 

Flower color inheritance in the snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus L.) 184 

Flowering bulbs for Canadian gardens 51 

Flowers for the prairie home 1 1 160 

Flue-cured tobacco growing in Ontario 20 40 

Flue-cured tobacco in Canada 155 

Flue-cured tobacco packbarns 46 

Flue-curing tobacco in Ontario 221 

Flue-curing tobacco in southwestern Ontario 221 

Foam for frost protection of crops 70 

Fodder and pasture plants 81218 

Fodder corn and the silo 107 

Foliage insects of spruce in Canada 40 72 

Fomes root rot of pines 176 



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Fondue favorites 68 

Food-a-la Canadienne 64 

Food basket 172 

Food facts for consumers 173 

Food grading in Canada 63 

Food outlook 116 

Food products of Canada and names of some exporters 113 

Food research notes 174 

Foods for home defence 173 

Foods for the family 48 173 

Foot and mouth disease 7 41 73 81 180 

Forage crops and pasture grasses 158 

Forage crops for irrigated land 57 

Forage notes 212 

Forage production and utilization in the Aspen Parklands of western Canada 238 

Forage Research Work Planning Meeting 213 

Forage seed production prospects 201 

Forest disease sampling studies in Douglas fir plantations 176 

Forest entomology and its development in Canada 28 

Forest entomology in the Province of Ontario 147 

Forest insect conditions in British Columbia - a preliminary survey 136 155 

Forest insect investigations; bi-monthly progress report 176 

Forest insect survey 176 

Forest lepidoptera of Canada 53 176 

Forest lepidoptera of southern Ontario and their parasites, received and reared at the Ottawa 

Forest Insect Survey Laboratory, from 1937-1948 176 

Forest Research Laboratory. 177 

Forest sawflies of southern Ontario and their parasites 52 

The forest wealth of Canada 85 

4-H cattle club policy 210 

4-H sheep club policy 210 

4-H swine club policy 210 

Four new Ottawa strawberry varieties: Cavalier, Grenadier, Guardsman, Redcoat 184 

Four ton truck trailer 170 

Four years of milk production in Ontario 126 

Fowl tuberculosis 56 

Fox ranching in Canada 2 

Frameworking fruit trees 21 43 

Framing the barn truss 160 

Free trees for prairie farms 165 

Freeze-dried food 126 

Freezing foods 48 

Freezing fruits and vegetables 24 43 

Freezing meat 173 

Freezing poultry 173 

Freezing temperature probabilities at Ottawa 54 

Freezing temperature risk calculations: systems analysis and computer program 95 

The French-Canadian horse 5 154 

Fresh Canadian vegetables 70 

Fresh fruit and vegetables: what's available, and when 126 

From market to table; poultry guide 173 

From PFRA come trees for prairie farms 81 

Frozen fruit and vegetable production in Canada 126 

Frozen fruits and vegetables 81 

The Fruit Act and Regulations 1 

Fruit and Fruit Packages; Sections of the Inspection and Sales Act. Pt.9 1 

The Fruit and Honey Act 2 

Fruit and vegetable crop report 178 

Fruit and Vegetable Products Laboratory: Results of experiments, 1929-40 87 

Fruit and vegetable recipes 10 

Fruit and vegetable weekly crop and market report 199 

Fruit and vegetables; canning, drying, storing 3 5 



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Fruit Branch regulations 178 

The fruit canning industry of Ontario 126 

Fruit crop report 178 

Fruit culture showing the progress of the fruit industry in Canada 81 

Fruit growing in Canada 81 

Fruit Insect Unit. Report 148 

Fruit tree diseases of southern Ontario 155 

The fruit tree leaf roller, Cacoecia argyrospila Walk., and its control in 

British Columbia. 10 14 35 

Fruit tree propagation 63 

Fruit, vegetable and honey crop and market report 199 

The Fruit, Vegetables and Honey Act 2 31 

The fruit worms of the apple in Nova Scotia 137 

"Fruity" flavour 112 

Fumigation activities relating to the suppression of the oriental fruit moth in the Okanagan 

Valley of British Columbia 202 

Fumigation of pine nursery stock to prevent the spread of the European pine shoot moth 216 

Function and activities of the Economics Division 126 

The function of meteorology in agricultural research 231 

Functional disorders of apples 39 72 

Fungi of British Columbia deposited in the Herbarium of the Forest Biology Laboratory, 

Victoria, B.C., Canada 177 

The fungi of Ontario 55 

Fur farming 179 

Fur farming conference 81 

A further contribution on the biology of Hypoderma lineatum 180 

Further notes on the use of pepsin and other substitutes for rennet in the manufacture of 

cheese 111 

Further study of the keeping quality of Canadian cheddar cheese 113 

The Garnet mixer in relation to seed germination 202 

Gamma irrediation of potatoes 184 

Garden making on vacant land 184 

Garden making on vacant lots and the home vegetable garden 156 

Garden pools and bog gardens 82 

Garden rose growing 48 

The gardeners' handbook 47 

Gardening in the Yukon 60 

Gardening on permafrost 67 

Garnet wheat; new promising variety of early maturing spring wheat 5 

Gas storage 15 38 

Gas storage of apples in Nova Scotia 236 

Gathered cream for buttermaking 108 

Gathering and storing budwood and scionwood 184 

A general classification of land for agricultural use by townships, Manitoba 126 

General index to the reports and bulletins of the Experimental farms of the Dominion of 

Canada, 1887-1901 166 

General information and recommendations on preparing manuscripts 147 

General information on agriculture in Canada 126 

General instructions re the Fruit Marks Act, 1901, as amended 1902 110 

General instructions re the Inspection and sale act, Part IX, referring to fruit and fruit 

packages 107 

General quality requirements for seed grades 202 

General remarks on the reclamation and development of marshland areas of the Maritime 

Provinces 197 

A general review of plant protection organization in Canada 82 177 

General seed crop report 201 

General statement to the farmers of Canada, based on understandings reached at the 

Dominion-Provincial conference held at Ottawa, July 18-20, 1940 93 

Genetic analysis of Nicotiana triplex segregation products and their relationship to existing 

N. tabacum types 40 72 

Genetic aspects of Canadian bacon production 47 

Genetics in the development of disease resistant oat varieties 82 



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Genetics of some new type foxes 42 73 

Genie 136 

The Gentians of Canada, Alaska and Greenland 59 

Geraniums 68 

The germinating power of grain grown in Canada during the season of 1893 160 

Germination tests 218 

Getting acquainted with the metric system 70 

Gherkins and nine day pickles 173 

Ginseng culture 161 

The gladiolus 184 

Gladiolus culture in British Columbia 166 

Gladiolus culture in the Maritimes 166 

The gladiolus thrips 30 147 

Glanders in horses 180 

Gleanings from garden notes 75 

Glossary of terms in soil science 69 

Goat husbandry in Canada 9 19 37 

Golden nematode - infested old bagging from Europe 203 

The good and the bad in market poultry 82 

Good reasons for cow testing 110 

Good seed of cereals and its significance 90 

Goose raising 12 13 32 46 158 

Gooseberry culture 45 184 

Gooseberry growing 16 

Gopher destruction 155 

Government cooperation in farm tree planting in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 13 32 

Government grades are the standards of quality for dressed poultry 206 

Graded chicks 82 

The grades of dressed poultry 206 

The grades of wheat in the Manitoba Inspection Division, crop of 1907 152 

Grading and shipping live poultry 198 

The grading of dairy produce in Canada 5 

The grading of eggs according to the Canadian standards 13 32 

Grading up the dairy cow by the use of pure-bred sires 7 

Grain corn in eastern Ontario 175 

Grain drying 70 

Grain elevators in Canada 101 

Grain facts 103 

Grain screenings 82 218 

Grain statistics weekly 102 

Grain storage and associated problems in the Prairie Provinces - a report on country 

elevator surveys 243 

Grain storage problems on farms in western Canada 139 

Grain storage: sources of information on the construction of grain storages 241 

Grande Prairie weeds; a provisional review 29 

Grande Prairie's capabilities; some experimental evidence 162 

Grants and subsidies paid by the Federal Department of Agriculture, eastern and western 

Canada, fiscal years 1939-40 to 1953-54 126 

Granulated insecticides for control of the European corn borer in field corn 52 

The grape in the Okanagan Valley 166 240 

The grape leafhopper (Erythroneura comes Say.), a pest of ornamental vines 147 

The grape leafhopper on Virginia creeper 140 

Grass silage for ruminants 69 

Grass silage in dairy cattle rations 49 

Grass silage production; principles for successful storing of grass and/or legume silage. 171 

Grasses of the Ottawa district 54 

Grasses; their uses and composition 150 

Grasshopper control 143 

Grasshopper control in Canada east of the Rocky Mountains 8 137 

Grasshopper control in Saskatchewan 142 

Grasshopper forecast, 1941. (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta) 147 

Grasshopper forecast 1968 82 



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Grasshoppers 142 

Grasshoppers of British Columbia 3 137 

The grasshoppers of British Columbia with particular reference to the influence of injurious 

species on the range lands of the province 11 

Grassland ranges in the southern interior of British Columbia ... 64 

Grazing research and survey report 242 

Great Plains conference of entomologists, Itasca Park, Minnesota, August 9-10, 1934. 

Report of the meeting 148 

The greater use of barley in live stock feeding 29 

Green foxtail (Setaria viridis L. Beauv.) 217 

Green manuring, cover cropping and mulching 239 

Greenbelt Farm 222 

Greenhouse - garden - grass 231 

The Grimsby precooling and experimental fruit storage warehouse 109 1 1 1 

Grow flax for fibre 162 

Grow healthy chicks 91 

Growing alfalfa in British Columbia 56 

Growing and feeding field roots 6 

The growing and production of essential oil crops, especially coriander, caraway and dill - 

selected references. ... .190 

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ng and using corn for ensilage or forage corn 152 

ng and using mangels, sugar mangels and forage sugar beets 152 

ng apple trees on dwarfing rootstocks 240 

ng buckwheat 69 

ng bulbs in the house for winter bloom 184 

ng Canada's floral emblems 63 

ng caragana for field shelters and hedges 13 32 

ng cereal crops in central British Columbia 59 

ng corn 53 

ng cranberries 63 

ng crested wheat grass for seed production 175 

ng feeds for the winter feeding of beef cattle in northwestern Saskatchewan 160 

ng field peas 70 

ng field root, vegetable and flower seeds in Canada 155 

ng forage crops on Vancouver Island 59 

ng fuchsias 67 

ng gladiolus '. 61 

ng grain on the Prairies 162 

ng grapes for home use 15 157 

ng grapes for home use in eastern Canada 38 

ng herbaceous perennials 51 

ng irrigated crops in southern Alberta 58 

ng irrigated crops on the Canadian Prairies 67 

The growing of tobacco 220 

Growing pickling cucumbers in the Lower Mainland of B.C 233 

Growing plants under artificial light 184 

Growing potatoes for chip manufacture in the Maritime Provinces 235 

Growing red raspberries in eastern Canada 60 

Growing rutabagas 66 

Growing seedlings for rootstock purposes 184 

Growing soybeans 70 

Growing strawberries in eastern Canada 59 61 

Growing vegetables in the prairie garden 53 

The growth of meat inspection in Canada 182 

Growth of spring cereals in northwestern Canada and Alaska 61 

Growth of the co-operative movement at St. Anselme, a Quebec rural parish 66 82 

A guide book containing information for intending settlers 82 

Guide for the selection of agricultural soils 2141 

Guide for users of the IBM 7040/44 linear programming system 126 

Guide map of Experimental Farm and Science Service Laboratories, Fredericton, New 

Brunswick 82 

Guide to Central Experimental Farm 188 



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Guide to culling hens 16 45 

Guide to federal agricultural services 62 

Guide to food grades 71 

A guide to grazing practices in southern Alberta and Saskatchewan and southwestern 

Manitoba 242 

A guide to markings required on consumer containers of fresh fruits and vegetables. . . .179 

Guide to the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa 213 

Guide to the cereal experimental grounds 105 

Guide to the chemicals used in crop protection 82 

Guide to the Experimental Farm, Nappan, Nova Scotia 166 

A guide to the experimental farms and stations 166 

Guide to the experimental projects of the Dominion experimental farms 166 

Guide to the Experimental Station, Scott, Sask 82 

A guide to the preparation of statistical tables 126 

Guinea pigs 56 98 

The habits and economic importance of wolves in Canada 2 

Haemorrhagic septicaemia or shipping fever 15 40 

Half ton trailer or cart 170 

Halide leak detectors for methyl bromide 203 

Handbook for northern gardeners 55 

Handbook of agricultural statistics: trends in Canadian agriculture 126 

Handbook of Canadian cereal varieties of barley, field beans, flax, oats, spring wheat and 

winter wheat 105 

Handbook of Canadian spring wheat varieties 17 33 

Handbook of micro-analysis 202 

Handbook of specifications. ..egg case 82 

Handbook on statistical methods 220 

Handbook on the bacon hog and hog grading 26 

Handbook on the sale and handling of grain through a primary elevator 102 

Handbook on the storage of fruits and vegetables for farm and commercial use 62 

Handling apples and pears from grower to retailer 82 

Handling eggs from producer to retailer 67 

Handling potatoes from grower to retailer 66 82 

Hardy asters for the autumn garden 63 

Hardy bush fruits for the western farmstead. How to grow raspberries, currants and 

gooseberries 159 

Hardy roses; their culture in Canada 3 153 161 

Hardy trees for New Brunswick 235 

Harnessing the South Saskatchewan 82 

Harrow; a highlight review commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of federal agricultural 

research, 1909-1959 235 

Harvesting and curing cigarette burley tobacco 61 

Harvesting and threshing the seed crop of brome grass and crested wheat grass in the 

Prairie Provinces 90 

Harvesting machinery for hay and silage 47 

Hatchery approval policy; rules and regulations 194 

Hatchery outlook 206 

Hatchery sanitation 70 182 

Hay and pasture crops in northwestern Saskatchewan 3 

Hay and pasture crops research 230 

Hay and Straw Inspection 1 

The Hay and Straw Inspection Act 2 

Hay making with crested wheatgrass in the dry areas of Alberta 21 42 

Hay racks and troughs for hogs 170 

Hays and hay making in the Prairie Provinces 20 40 

Hazards and precautions in the fumigation of bulk grain 147 

Heads of agreement for the purchase of Canadian bacon, 1947 198 

Heads of agreement for the purchase of Canadian beef, 1947 82 

Health protection of Canadian farm animals 91 

Healthful meals at low cost 13 29 32 

Heart rots in relation to the management of spruce in Alberta 177 

Heat conditioning turkey males improved hatchability 194 



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Heat units and crop growth 53 

Heating appliances for flue-curing tobacco 26 

Hedges and their uses, with notes on trees and shrubs tested for hedge purposes at the 
Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, and lists of best hedges at the branch experimental 

stations 8 

Hedges for Canadian gardens 48 

Hedges for the Prairies 58 

The hemlock looper 145 

Herbaceous perennials for Canadian gardens 21 43 

Herbaceous perennials for central British Columbia 61 

Herbaceous perennials for the Prairies 64 

Herbaceous perennials, with lists of varieties for special purposes and districts 7 

Herbicidal products currently registered 201 

Herbicidal products registered for sale in Canada 99 

The hessian-fly and the western wheat-stem sawfly in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 

Alberta 137 

The hessian-fly in the Prairie Provinces 25 

The hexagonal pig brooder house 90 

High points in the development of the Dominion Seed Branch, now the Plant Products 

Division 202 

High quality alfalfa hay for meal production 92 

Highbush blueberry culture in eastern Canada 63 

Higher prices to be paid for eggs for Britain; grade "A" only to benefit 89 

Highlights of research in recent years 166 

Hints on dry land gardening 14 36 

Hints on the culture of dahlias in Prince Edward Island 184 

An historical and descriptive account of the dairying industry in Canada 108 

An historical sketch of the Botany and Plant Pathology Division 100 

The history and present status of wheat production in Canada 27 

History of Canadian agricultural tariffs, 1906-1956 126 

History of Health of Animals Division 182 

The history of process cheese in Canada 113 

A history of the Bacteriology Division of the Canada Department of Agriculture, 1923-55. 23 
A history of the Entomology and Plant Pathology Laboratories on the Niagara Penninsula, 

1911-1960 23 

History of wheat in Canada 82 

The hog barley ratio 126 

Hog carcasses graded 199 

Hog cholera 19 26 38 180 

Hog cholera and swine plague and verminous bronchopneumonia 180 

Hog grading in Canada 50 

Hog marketing in Grey County, Ontario, 1950 126 

Hog marking 27 

Hog watering devices 170 

Holiday fare 173 

Hollyhock rust and its control 49 

Home canning of fruits and vegetables 43 172 

Home canning of fruits and vegetables in tin cans 23 33 

A home cider press 13 33 

The home curing of pork 97 

Home drying of fruits and vegetables 179 

Home grown seed of annual vegetables 156 

Home lawn establishment 55 

Home made electric fence 170 

Home-made frozen desserts 26 

A home-made sprayer for attachment to a tractor power take-off 52 144 

Home made wines 184 

"Home" model flash heater for fruit juices 184 

Home preparation of juices, wines and cider 67 

Home preservation of meats, poultry and soup 23 37 

Home preservation of meats, poultry, fish and soup 188 

Home processing of fruits and vegetables 20 41 



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Home storage room for fruits and vegetables: construction and operation 70 

The home tanning of leather 188 

The home vegetable garden 161 

The home vegetable garden and a patriotic gardening competition 161 

Home vegetable gardening and home canning of vegetables in wartime 93 

Home vegetable gardening in the Lower Mainland of B.C 233 

Home vegetable growing 54 

Homemade electric brooders 16 42 

Homogenization of market milk 99 

Honey 67 

Honey and some of the ways it may be used 23 30 32 

The honey bee; a guide to apiculture in Canada 136 152 

Honey bees and pollination 215 

Hop growing 91 

Hop growing in British Columbia 82 

The horn fly 1 50 

Horn-fly control on beef cattle in the Prairie Provinces 147 

Horse breeding and rearing of colts 191 

Horseradish 184 

Horsetail; a horse poisoning weed 12 

Horticultural crops and possiblilities in New Brunswick 166 

Horticulture in Saskatchewan 159 

Host-plant nutrition and composition: effects on agricultural pests 232 

Hotbeds and cold frames 15 40 

Hothouse or winter lamb raising upon Canadian farms 219 

House plants 22 44 

Household freezer and storage 184 

Household insects and their control 7 19 37 137 

The household preservation of eggs 11 

Household storage of fruits and vegetables 14 37 

Housing chinchillas 194 

How electricity serves the farmer 241 

How labor is used in Red River Valley farms 49 

How much do you sow per acre? 82 

How ripening of grain crops may be hastened 158 

How should Canada export beef cattle? 25 

How to barbecue chicken for a crowd 206 

How to build a plastic crop shelter or greenhouse 65 

How to build an outdoor oven 188 

How to caponize 24 

How to care for milking machines and rubberware 37 82 

How to control locusts or grasshoppers 138 

How to deal with house-fly danger 147 

How to foretell and control outbreaks of white grubs 141 

How to foretell outbreaks of the pale western cutworm in the Prairie Provinces 10 

How to get results; feeding from ground grains in hog raising 192 

How to grade furs 66 

How to grow mushrooms 60 

How to inflate insect larvae 140 

How to make a pea sheller 188 

How to make a sketch of the proposed shelter belt 13 32 

How to make and use a hot bed and cold frame 161 

How to make and use hotbeds and cold frames 12 157 161 

How to meet the feed shortage 62 

How to plant cuttings 13 32 

How to prevent goitre in new born lambs, calves and other animals, hairless pigs 10 

How to protect fruits, vegetables and ornamental plants from insects and funguous 

diseases 161 

How to reduce the meat bill; recipes for utilizing the cheaper cuts of beef 26 

How to rid a hen of lice and a henhouse of mites 12 

How to rid a henhouse of mites 12 159 

How to select and prepare potatoes for exhibit 184 



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How to serve cheese 82 

How to tell the age of hens and pigeons 154 

How to transplant a tree or shrub 161 184 

How to use DDT in lumber camps 141 

How to use the Canfarm business analysis system 103 

Humane slaughter of meat animals 182 

Hyacinth bulb production and artificial propagation 166 

Hybrid corn 90 

Hybrid seedling rootstocks for apple 68 

Hybrid vegetables for short-season gardens 50 

Hybridization of domestic beef cattle and buffalo 97 166 

Hybridization of domestic cattle and buffalo (Bison americanus) 97 166 

Hybridization of domestic cattle, bison and yak; report of the Wainwright experiment. 31 71 

Hypoxylon canker of poplar 39 72 

Ice cream 1 73 

Iced cheese car service 110 

Identification of barley and wheat varieties by kernel characters 102 

Identification of barley varieties by kernel characters 102 

The identification of certain native and naturalized grasses by their vegetative 

characters. 42 73 

Identification of nursery stock, apple, apricot, cherry, peach, pear and plum varieties and 

rootstocks 49 

The identification of the commoner root maggots of garden crops in Canada 147 

Illustration poultry work at Andover 113 

Illustration poultry work at Bondville 113 

Illustration poultry work at Chicoutimi, Quebec 113 

Illustration poultry work at East Amherst 113 

Illustration poultry work at East Margaree, N.B 113 

Illustration poultry work at Holmesville, Ont 113 

Illustration poultry work at Rogersville 113 

Illustration poultry work at Stanfold, Que 113 

Illustration poultry work in Prince Edward Island 113 

Illustration stations in Eastern and Central Ontario. Progress report, 1941/50 186 

Illustration stations quarterly 186 

Immigrants of the agricultural class in the Northwest provinces 104 

Import of agricultural seeds admitted into Canada under the Canada Seeds Act 201 

Importance of lactation number, age and season of calving for dairy cattle breed 

improvement 62 

Importance of planting good seed potatoes for high yields 162 

The importance of rotations in tobacco culture 221 

The importance of the removal of male birds after the breeding season 205 

The importance of the X virus rn potatoes 100 

Importance of working summerfollow early in southwestern Saskatchewan 58 

Importing and managing the alfalfa leaf-cutter bee 60 

Imports of field seeds admitted into Canada under the seeds act 201 

Improved market type in poultry breeding stock 16 31 

Improved pasture crops and pasture practices for central Alberta 20 39 

The improvement of beef 82 

The improvement of burn-out lands in southern Saskatchewan 18 28 36 

Improvement of cheese curing-rooms 109 

Improvement of dairy herds 107 

Improvement of tree fruits, review of work conducted between 1924 and 1939 240 

Improving incubation by increasing humidity 11 

In the trough of the wave 25 

Inarching: a method for repairing damage to roots and trunks of trees 184 

Income and food consumption 126 

Increased sheep production in southwestern Saskatchewan. 1942 242 

Increasing production but reducing costs of dairy products by using silage made from peas 

and oats or oats alone 160 

Incubator sanitation 194 

Index of Canadian pesticide registrations 201 

Index seminum 222 



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Index to directory of personnel 82 

Index to entomological publications of the Department of Agriculture, 1884-1936 147 

Index to publications of the Federal Department of Agriculture of Canada: Bulletins, n.s. 

1-100; Pamphlets, n.s. 1-100; Circulars, n.s., 1-70; Acts, orders and 

regulations, 1-29. 29 190 

Index to reports of Chemistry Division, 1901-1930 106 

Indexes of physical volume of agricultural production, imports and exports 126 

Indian agriculture; a selected bibliography 190 

Indian corn or maize as a fodder plant 150 

Indices and listings of Canadian pesticide registrations 201 

The individual graded return 27 

Induced tetraploidy in clovers 175 

The industrial utilization of wheat; bibliography 190 

The influence of aging on calcium metabolism in rates 238 

Influence of depth of moist soil at seeding time and of seasonal rainfall on wheat yields in 

southwestern Saskatchewan 55 

Influence of grain growing on the nitrogen and organic matter content of the western prairie 

soils of Canada 4 

Influence of nurse crops on new seedlings 188 

The influence of prices on the relative consumption of beef and pork 126 

Informal memorandum prepared by the Dominion Live Stock Commissioner 193 

Information about Canfarm 103 

Information as to articles on chemical stimulation of seeds 190 

Information concerning the policy of the Live Stock Branch regarding purebred rams. . . . 219 

Information for farmers and ranchers regarding tick paralysis in British Columbia 8 181 

Information for farmers, ranchers and stock owners, regarding cattle mange, and the rules 
and regulations in effect for the suppression of the disease, and for controlling the 

movement of suspected cattle 182 

Information for members of the staff 126 

Information on agriculture in Newfoundland 82 

Inhibition of cholesterol synthesis 1966 - 1968; references 190 

Injurious insects 150 

Injurious shade tree insects of the Canadian Prairies 26 

Inoculation for the growth of legumes 160 

Input-output and costs and returns 126 

Inquiry into fruit growing conditions in the Dominion of Canada 82 

An inquiry regarding the wheat, oats, barley, flax and ensilage corn used for seed in 

Canada 217 

Insect control in lumber camps with DDT 140 

Insect distribution maps, Canada 187 

Insect identification 223 

Insect liberations in Canada 215 232 

Insect outlook for 1940, south-west Saskatchewan 147 

Insect pests in cargo ships 46 

Insect pests of flax in Alberta 147 

Insect pests of legume and grass crops in western Canada 68 

Insect pests of sunflowers in Manitoba 50 

Insecticide newsletter 216 

Insecticides used in pest control 82 

Insects affecting greenhouse plants 2 20 39 137 

Insects affecting livestock 3 137 

Insects and allied parasites injurious to livestock and poultry in Canada 18 36 138 

Insects and mites in farm-stored grain in western Canada 57 

Insects attacking corn in eastern Canada 50 

Insects attacking the potato 32 

Insects injurious to grain and fodder crops, root crops and vegetables 152 

Insects of the flower garden and their control 6 137 

The Inspection and Sale Act. 178 

Installing waxing tanks and parafinning cheddar cheese at the factory 113 

Instruction for sending specimens for microscopic examination 182 

Instruction sheets 98 

Instructions for collecting and recording cattle lice 139 



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Instructions for dairymen in connection with cow testing associations 113 

Instructions for planting seedlings 13 32 

Instructions for planting trees and hardwood cuttings on the Canadian Prairies 227 

Instructions for testing individual cows, with some notes on the use of the Babcock milk 

tester 107 

Instructions to applicants for registration of beef cattle fattening feeds containing 

diethylstilbestrol 202 

Instructions to chief officers, commissioners and enumerators 104 

Instructions to importers of trees, plants and other nursery stock into Canada. 138 

Instructive guide for northern insect survey parties 147 

Insurance for farmers 60 

Integrated control of the greenhouse whitefly 69 

Intercepted plant pests 203 

Interchange of breeding materials 215 

Interim report on grain elevators in Canada 102 

Interim report on the protein content of the 1939 crop of Western Canadian wheat 229 

Interim reports of the stations in northern Ontario and Quebec; Kapuskasing, Ont.; La Ferme, 

Que 163 

Internal parasites of poultry 9 

International Plant Protection Convention (agreement) 203 

The international situation; an agricultural background report 82 

International Symposium on the Impact of Food Processing on Nutrition, Montebello, Que., 

1969 227 

International Symposium on the Storage of Grain and its Products, Winnipeg, Man., 

1971 188 189 

The interrelationship of meteorological factors, soil moisture and plant growth 94 

Interviews with grain officials of the USSR, Moscow, November 15-18, 1963 102 

Intestinal parasites of poultry, their prevention and treatment 181 

Introduction to factorial experiments and procedures for confounding 166 

An inventory of agricultural economics research in Canada, 1964 to 1966 127 

An investigation of Canada's seed potato trade in Cuba 203 

An investigation of farm credit on commercial farms 127 

Investigation of potato diseases 156 

An investigation of the growth and development of crops in relationship to their 

meteorological environments. First report - 1953 171 

Investigations conducted by the Experimental Farms Branch of the Dominion Department of 

Agriculture, their nature, purpose and scope 166 

Irrigated pastures for British Columbia's interior 59 

Irrigated pastures in southern Alberta 58 

Irrigating a prairie farm garden 15 38 

Irrigating cucumbers for southwestern Ontario 60 

Irrigating early potatoes in southwestern Ontario 53 

Irrigating schedules for early potatoes in southwestern Ontario 64 

Irrigating the prairie home garden 46 

Irrigation farming in southern Alberta 47 

Irrigation investigations conducted from the Experimental Station, Lethbridge, Alberta. 

Report 238 

Irrigation lands crop production study; all irrigation districts, Alberta, 1963 127 

The irrigation of tobacco in the southern interior irrigated valleys of British Columbia, 1925 to 

1933 30 

Irrigation on the prairie farm 208 

Irrigation on the Prairies 70 

Irrigation water, its use and application 60 

Is cow testing worth while? 25 

The Island of Orleans cheese 108 

Isolation requirements for grasses, clovers and alfalfa; memorandum 175 

The ixodoidea of Canada 49 

The jack pine sawfly 145 

Jams and jellies made from garden or wild fruits 179 

Jams and preserves made from wild or garden fruits 179 

Jams, jellies and pickles 23 29 33 51 

Japanese beetle soil treating, St. Catharines, Welland and Hamilton 202 



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Japanese beetle trapping and scouting, Ontario. Instructions for trap attendants 203 

Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) 184 

Johne's disease of cattle 9 

Johnson's graphic statistics 82 

Judging standards for horticultural shows 67 

Karakul (fur bearing) sheep and Persian lamb fur production 19 38 

Karakule sheep and Persian lamb fur production 219 

Keeping dairy herd records 25 1 1 1 

Keeping pigs healthy (Western Canada ed.) 21 42 

The keeping quality of Canadian Cheddar cheese 113 

A key to plants of the farming and ranching areas of the Canadian Prairies 166 242 

Keys to goldenrods in Canada and Newfoundland 14 34 

The Khapra beetle 203 

The Killarney Region of Manitoba 115 

Labor analysis of dairy barn chores 48 

Laboratory animal cages 83 98 

Labour saving devices on the irrigated farm 159 160 

Labour saving on the farm. Save time, men and money by using more horses and larger 

machines 162 

The Lacombe breed, a bacon type hog developed by Canada 56 

The Lacombe breed; a bacon type hog developed by the Canada Department of 
Agriculture. 83 

Ladino clover 16 46 

Ladoga wheat 149 150 

Lamb 173 

Lamb and mutton grading in Canada 50 

Lamb feeding in Southern Alberta 16 31 

Lamb, some ways to use it 173 

Land and farm values, Manitoba, 1961 127 

Land classification in Saskatchewan. Land classification maps 127 

Land classification in western Canada 127 

Land clearing 20 41 

Land requirements for beef production in 1980 127 

Land settlement in northeastern Alberta, 1943 44 74 

Land use and part-time farming in Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia 127 

Land use classification in the special areas of Alberta and in Rosenheim and Acadia 
Valley. 41 72 

Land use in Durham County, Ontario (Hope and Clarke townships) 127 

Land utilization of conservation in Canada 215 

Landscaping the home 65 

The larch sawfly 145 

The larder beetle 65 

The large larch sawfly with an account of its parasites, other natural enemies and means of 

control 136 154 

Large projects 207 

Late blight and rot of potatoes 156 

Late blight and rot of potatoes caused by the fungus Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) de 
Bary. 7 

Late blight of potatoes and its control 22 45 100 

Late blight of potatoes: how to control it 83 

Latency of viruses in vertebrates, 1964-1968 190 

Latent evaporation, its concept, measurement and application 171 

Lattice design for a sixteen - treatment experiment 169 

Lattice designs for a twenty - and a thirty - treatment experiment 169 

Lawn grasses and lawn mixtures for northern Ontario 166 

Lawns 59 

Lawns for coastal British Columbia 64 

The lecanium scale; an insect affecting fruit and shade trees on the Pacific Coast 12 

Legislation; changes in provincial legislation in the Prairies 116 

Legislation in Canada regulating the sale and use of pesticides; and N.C.P.U.A. project. 202 
Legislation in Canada to prevent the introduction and spread of insects, pests and diseases 



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destructive to vegetation, with regulations regarding the importation of vegetation into 

Canada 136 154 

Legume inoculation 9 16 27 45 64 91 

Lending policy, 1963 170 

Less wheat in 1941 will help win the war 83 

The lesser oak carpenter worm and its control 11 

Lethbridge mimeograph 238 

Let's barbecue 69 

Library. Canada Department of Agriculture: from K.W. Neatby Building to Sir John Carling 

Building 190 

Library list; publication 232 

Lice and mites on chickens 52 

Licensed varieties of cultivated grasses and legumes 67 

The life history and behaviour of the face fly, musca autumnalis de Geer 147 

Life insurance experience of Saskatchewan farmers 45 74 

Lighter 75 

Lilies for Canadian gardens 83 

The Lillooet Valley reclamation project 208 

Lime and other soil amendments 46 

Lime in agriculture 5 153 159 

Lime induced chlorosis of horticultural plants 185 

Lime-water for the preservation of eggs 158 

Limestone must replace oyster shell in poultry feeding 93 

A link between producer and consumer 173 

List of abstracts being received by branch farms from Imperial Agricultural Bureaux. . . .216 
List of available grower bulletins at Experimental Farm, Entomology Laboratory and Plant 

Pathology Laboratory.. .Summerland, B.C 83 

List of available publications 187 

List of Canadian workers in the botanical sciences 100 

List of cheese factories and creameries in Canada and registered numbers. . 4 6 17 33 1 12 

A list of cheese factories, creameries and condensed milk plants in Canada 108 

List of cheese factories, creameries, skimming stations, also condensed milk manufacturers, 

city milk vendors and ice cream manufacturers, etc. in Canada 109 

List of establishments manufacturing concentrated milk products in Canada 112 

List of exporters of some Canadian products 107 1 10 

List of flowering plants, ferns and fern allies represented in the herbarium of the Dominion 

Experimental Station, Swift Current, Sask 242 

List of fungicides and fungicide-insecticides registered 99 

List of grain elevators in the Western and Eastern Divisions 101 

List of herbaceous perennials tested in the arboretum and botanic garden 154 

List of herbicidal products registered 99 

List of herbicidal products submitted for registration 99 

List of insects and mites affecting tree fruits in Canada 145 

List of licensed elevators and warehouses in the Western Grain Inspection Division . . . 101 
List of plants operating under the Meat and Canned Foods Act and the regulations governing 

the inspection of meats as at August 1957 182 

List of processed publications issued by the Division of Entomology, Dominion Department 

of Agriculture 147 

List of projects - Forest Pathology Unit, Forest Biology Division as of June, 1955 177 

List of public institutions that have been supplied with the first edition of "Farm weeds of 

Canada" and announcement regarding the sale of the second edition 217 

List of public, semi-public and private cold storage warehouses in Canada 111 

List of publications 17 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 83 187 

List of publications: homemaking, ornamental horticulture 76 

List of publications on the blackening of potatoes after cooking 203 

List of some British importers of Canadian farm products 110 

List of some British importers of farm products 107 

List of suggested books for farmers' libraries 187 

List of the cheese factories, creameries, skimming stations and condensed milk and city 

plants, etc. in Canada 108 

List of the publications issued from the Dominion experimental farms from 1887 to 1910 
inclusive 166 



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List of varieties authorized for sale under the Seeds Act 202 

List of wholesale and retail apple dealers in northern Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 

Alberta 111 

List of wholesale dealers in fruits and vegetables in Canada 2 4 6 179 

List of.. ..apple dealers in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta and also in. ...northern Ontario 

1913 111 

Little chats on farm management 127 

Live stock and live stock products as affected by the war 198 

Live stock market report 199 

Live stock market review 199 

Live stock shippers' guide; how to move commercial and exhibition stock 25 

Livestock and meat trade report 199 

Livestock disease prevention and control in Canada 182 

Livestock insect control with DDT 142 

Livestock market review 199 

Livestock marketing in western Canada 127 

Livestock on small farms 66 

Livestock prices since 1890 200 

Living with house plants 52 

Loading terms defined for fresh fruits and vegetables 178 

Loading the Climax basket 26 

Local variety trials, Eastern Ontario. Report 104 

Location of sheep ranches in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan 127 

Locust control in the Prairie Provinces 138 

The lodgepole pine needle miner in western Canadian parks 141 

Lodging observations on oat varieties and strains 105 

Longevity and sanitation. 104 

Loose housing and dairy cattle 47 

Losses caused by diseases of cereals in western Canada 30 

Low pressure sprayer 170 

Low slung corn rack and wagon 170 

Low temperature injury to late harvested potatoes 14 35 

Low-volume air-blast spraying in British Columbia orchards 1957-1962 60 

Lowbush blueberry production 70 

Lowbush blueberry production in Canada 63 

The lunch box is on the march 173 

The lupines of Canada and Alaska 24 

Lythrums for home gardens 63 

ME-1 Manual of Arctic survival and useful Eskimo words 147 

Macdonald Sloyd school fund: prizes in seed grain competition 218 

Machinery costs in central Alberta 127 

Machinery costs in Prairie wheat farms in west central Saskatchewan 127 

Machinery costs on parkland grain-cattle farms in central Alberta 127 

Machinery costs on parkland wheat and grain cattle farms in northeastern 

Saskatchewan 127 

Machinery costs on prairie wheat farms in central Saskatchewan 127 

Machinery costs on prairie wheat farms in west central Saskatchewan 127 

The machinery situation in the Elrose-Rosetown-Conquest area, 1944 survey 127 

Machines for marshland ditching 60 

Making a rock garden 185 

Making blueberry wine at home 60 

Making blueberry wine in small quantities 236 

Making Bordeaux mixture 15 39 

Making grass and legume silage without preservatives 92 

Making jam commercially; principles, methods, equipment, formulas 58 

Making soil monoliths 66 

Making the most of beans 83 

Maladie du coit 180 

Maladie du coit (equine syphilis) 180 

Management 196 

Management and feeding of young dairy animals 68 

Management of bromegrass for seed in central Saskatchewan 58 



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The management of geese 158 

Management of house plants 185 

Management of the western range 68 

The management of turkeys 158 

Management services bulletin 196 

Managing a small poultry flock 70 

Managing crested wheatgrass pastures 70 

Mange in cattle 180 

Mange in horses and cattle 180 

Mange in horses, cattle and sheep 3 20 41 

Mangel seed growing 159 

Manitoba and North West Territories 83 

Manitoba approved flocks 25 

Manitoba experimental stations progress reports 163 

Manitoba farm land values, 1956-1961 127 

Manual for sawfly control workers in Alberta 139 

Manual for sawfly control workers in Saskatchewan 139 

Manual of analytical methods 97 

Manual of Arctic survival and useful Eskimo words 147 

A manual of assessment keys for plant diseases 69 

The manufacture of buttermilk from skimmed milk 111 

The manufature of cottage and buttermilk cheese 111 

The manufacture of cottage cheese 14 37 

The manufacture of ice cream 6 39 72 

Manufactures of Canada 104 

Manures and composts 46 

Manures and fertilizers 156 

Manures and fertilizers; their nature, functions and application 6 8 

Manures, fertilizers and soil amendments; their nature, function and use 18 35 

The manurial value of seaweed 157 

The manuring of market garden crops with special reference to the use of fertilizers. 155 

Map of plant hardiness zones in Canada 231 

Map of western Canada showing the protein content of hard red spring wheat 228 

Maple sugar and syrup; importance of the industry and manufacture of pure maple sugar 

and syrup 2 

The Maple Sugar Industry Act 2 

The maple sugar industry in Canada 2 3 187 

Maple syrup, sugar, butter, taffy 56 

Maps of Dominion experimental farms 166 

Maritime experimental stations progress reports 163 

Maritime Fox Illustration Stations. Annual report, 1938/39 186 

Market cattle testing for brucellosis and tuberculosis 66 

Market cattle testing for brucellosis in Canada 83 

Market for Canadian tobacco in Great Britain 221 

The market for eight fresh vegetables in western Canada 127 

The market for farm products in Newfoundland, 1948-50 48 

The market for farm products in north-central British Columbia 127 

The market for farm products in north-western Quebec 127 

The market for farm products in the Creston Valley of British Columbia, 1946 128 

The market for farm products in the East Kootenay area of British Columbia 128 

The market for farm products in the Province of Newfoundland, 1948-1950 128 

The market for farm products in the Sydney area of Nova Scotia 128 

The market for farm products in the town of Smiths Falls 128 

The market for farm products in the West Kootenay area of British Columbia 128 

The market for farm products in urban centres in northern Ontario 128 

The market for meats in Halifax 1947-1948 128 

Marketing boards in Canada; national summary 116 

Marketing boards under provincial legislation, Canada 1957 128 

Marketing, distribution and visible carryover of Canadian grain in and through licensed 

elevators 102 

Marketing eggs in New Brunswick 128 

Marketing Georgia peaches 178 



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Marketing margins for selected Canadian agricultural products, 1935-1949 128 

Marketing margins on British Columbia apples 128 

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feed corn in southwestern Ontario. A preliminary report 128 

fresh fruits and vegetables in Greater Winnipeg 128 

fresh fruits and vegetables in Quebec City 128 

fresh fruits and vegetables in the cities of Sherbrooke and Three 

128 

ng of fresh fruits and vegetables in the City of Montreal 128 

ng of fruits and vegetables in the Halifax trading area, 1949-1950 128 

ng of grain corn in southwestern Ontario 128 

ng of milk in the Sydney-Glace Bay area of Nova Scotia 128 

ng of perishable farm produce in Ottawa 39 

ng of perishable farm products in Canadian cities 128 

ng of perishable farm products in Ottawa 72 

Marketing Ontario grain corn 128 

Marking vat numbers on cheese and cheese packages 11 

Marquis wheat; description of the standard type 28 

Marshland utilization in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick 129 

Mastitis 55 

Mastitis and milk production 90 

Mastitis must be beaten 55 

Maximum crops 162 

Meal magic with eggs 173 

Meals on a budget 173 

The measurement of latent evaporation using the Central Experimental Farm plastic 

mount 171 

The measurement of light energy for photochemical processes in plants 94 

Meat and bone by-products; an investigation towards the establishment of standards 4 

The Meat and Canned Foods Act 1 

Meat carcass grading in Canada 50 

Meat extender recipes 173 

Meat: how to buy - how to cook 51 

Meat hygiene - today and tomorrow 182 

Meat inspection service of the Canada Dept. of Agriculture 59 

Meat production potential of dairy steers and bulls 68 

Meat supply available for domestic use from recorded primary movement of livestock 

(excluding farm and local slaughter) 199 

Meat; this is the way to make most of your ration 173 

Mechanical grazing report, 1959 208 

Mechanical injury to potatoes 203 

Mechanical spreaders for grasshopper bait 18 36 

Medicated chick starters for coccidiosis prevention (all mash rations) 202 

Medicinal plants and their cultivation in Canada 3 16 31 155 

A medicinal tonic mixture for poultry 206 

Meeting re cultural work, P.F.R.A., February 19-21, 1940 208 

Meilleur cheese 25 

Melon culture 161 

Memorandum on agricultural cooperative associations in Canada including a summary of 

governmental assistance 83 

Memorandum on agriculture in Yukon 213 

Memorandum on cholera adopted at a medical conference held in the Bureau of Agriculture, 

in March, 1866 83 

Memorandum on history of British cattle 83 

A memorandum on the Sirois report re reference to the Dominion Experimental Farms. . 83 
Memorandum re the cooperative Corriedale breeding project conducted at the Holtman 

Ranch at Skiff 1 66 

Meteorological conditions leading to the project design and probable max.: Flood-Paddle 

River 208 

A method of fertilizer input and output analysis for spring wheat on fallow and on stubble in 

the Prairie Provinces 129 

A methodological note concerning a relocation study undertaken in New Brunswick, October 
1956 129 



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A methodological note, concerning the study "Factors involved in the choice of alternative 

farm enterprises in two mixed farming areas of Alberta. June-July 1952" 129 

A methodological note, concerning the study "Proposed changes in farming enterprises 129 

Methods and procedures of seed testing 202 

Methods for sensory evaluation of food 63 

Methods for the bacteriological and chemical analyses of dehydrated vegetables 99 

Methods for the microbiological analyses of dehydrated vegetables 99 

Methods of calculating cost charges 241 

Methods of collecting and handling combined straw 242 

Methods of controlling caecal coccidiosis of chicks 21 43 

Methods of handling basket fruits 109 

Methods of protection from mosquitoes, black flies and similar pests in the forest 26 

Methods of testing and grading dry skim milk 113 

Methyl bromide atmospheric fumigation chamber, construction and operation 204 

Microbiological studies of honey 7 

Milk desserts 23 31 1 13 

Milk drinks 1 1 14 33 

Milk drinks for summer 173 

Milk for cheese factories 107 109 1 13 

Milk for creameries 107 109 1 13 

Milk for physical fitness 173 

The milk goat in Canada 21 42 

Milk production in Canada 153 

Milk ring testing for brucellosis in Canada 83 

The Milk Test Act 110 

Milk, the food of foods 23 37 

The milking machine 91 162 

The milkworts of Canada 24 

Millet 46 90 

The milling and baking characteristics of the crop 229 

The milling and chemical value of the grades of wheat in the Manitoba Inspection Division, 

crop of 1904 151 

The milling, baking and other quality characteristics of the Canadian hard red spring wheat 

crop 229 

The milling, baking and other quality characteristics of the Western Canadian wheat 

crop 229 

Millipedes 65 

Mimeo 239 

Mineral deficiencies at Big River nursery 177 

Minerals and vitamins for diary cattle 69 

Mink production; management and nutrition 53 

Mink raising 179 

Mink ranching 45 74 179 

Minutes of a conference of deputy ministers and officials of the Dominion and provinces of 

Canada 83 

Minutes of a meeting of Science Service officials to discuss the organization of a Plant Pest 

and Disease Reporting Service in Canada 216 

Minutes of conference of officers of western laboratories of the Veterinary and Medical 
Entomology unit, at the Livestock Insect Laboratory, Lethbridge, Alberta, October 25-29, 

1954 147 

Minutes of meeting re discovery of alfalfa weevil in western Canada 204 

Minutes of meeting to discuss nursery inspection and precautions taken to ensure that 

plants shipped to Nova Scotia are free from certain insect pests and diseases 204 

Minutes of the conference on further research on systematic insecticides for livestock insect 

control, Room 375, Science Service Bldg., Ottawa, Sept. 4,5, and 6, 1957 147 

The miraculous multiflora 185 

Mist beds for rooting cutting 56 

Mistletoe of jack pine 177 

A mobile laboratory for field research in entomology and insect pathology 144 

Modern developments in soil mechanics 215 

Modern fibres; effect on existing production and use of staple fibres 215 

Modern machinery for harvesting and processing fibre flax 90 



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Modern methods for testing a large number of varieties 35 71 

Modern methods of breeding swine in Denmark 83 

Modern methods of packing apples 178 

Modern methods of packing apples and pears 108 

Modern orchard practices 379 

Moisture studies and cultural experiments with wheat, oats and flax 166 

Mole control in British Columbia 143 

Monthly report to the Deputy Minister on Prairie farm rehabilitation and related activities. 207 

Monthly storage holdings 199 

Montreal livestock markets report 209 

The Montreal market for fresh fruits and vegetables 129 

More eggs for Britain 89 

The more important shade tree insects and their control 137 

The more important shade tree insects of eastern Canada and their control 4 

The morphology and biology of a Canadian cattle-infesting black fly 2 137 

Mosaic and leaf curl of the cultivated red raspberry 10 

Mosaic and streak viruses of the potato 58 

Mosquito control in Canada 12 15 40 147 

Mosquitoes 49 

Mould control in the cheese factory curing-room 46 

Moving honeybee colonies 98 

Mower repairs and adjustments 2141 

Mulching with sawdust 233 

Mushroom collecting for beginners 46 

Mushroom culture 1 1 14 37 60 160 185 

Mushrooms and toadstools; an account of the more common edible and poisonous fungi of 

Canada 100 

'My' farm record. 1951 129 

The narcissus bulb fly and its control in British Columbia 48 143 

Narcissus culture in British Columbia 167 

National and regional economic models of agriculture 129 

National bacon hog policy; record of performance and advanced registry for purebred 

swine 209 

National bacon hog policy; sow distribution 210 

National potato seedling and variety tests (summary report 1951) 167 

The natural control of the fall webworm (Hyphantria cunea Drury) in Canada, together with 

an account of its several parasites 2 137 

Natural draft or flue ventilation 171 

Natural incubation 12 15 38 157 

The neutralization of cream for buttermaking 14 26 37 

New crop varieties 83 

New early apple varieties 62 

New facilties for plant pathology research 83 

New features in flue-cured tobacco kiln construction 51 

A new fruit insect 204 

New fruits from Summerland, British Columbia 70 240 

New grasses for western Canada 227 

New hog valuation system 83 

New look at transportation policy; significance to agriculture of the Royal Commission 

report 129 

New method of packing apples in barrels 179 

A new plan for cow-testing 111 

New rust resistant wheat and oat varieties 83 

A new type of killing bottle and jar 140 

New varieties and selections of grain originated on the Dominion experimental farms 2 

A new versatile soil moisture budget 94 

Newcastle disease; a review of some of the literature published between 1926 and 1964. 24 

News , 1 87 

News and features 187 

News letter 97 

Newsletter 99 181 203 

Nicotine: a product of tobacco 41 72 



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Night-flowering catchfly (Silene noctiflora L.) 217 

Nine years experience with the one way disc and the seeding attachment for the one way 

disc, 1927-1935. 167 

1955 guide map of Dominion Experimental Station, Fredericton, N.B 167 

1954 guide map of Dominion Experimental Sub-station, Tower Hill, N.B. 167 

1957 salad campaign ... 173 

1952 guide map of Dominion Experimental Station, Fredericton, N.B. 167 

1971 cereal report . . 236 

1971 Dairy survey 101 

1971 inventory of agricultural research projects 213 

1966 inventory of agricultural research progects 213 

1966-1967 Canada - seasonal duties of fresh fruits and vegetables 129 

Nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potash starvation at different stages of the growth of 

fragaria. 28 

North American cerambycid larvae 3 137 

North American hog/pork study 129 

North Central Ontario experimental project farms. Annual progress report 212 213 

North Central Ontario: project research stations. Annual progress report 213 

North-West Territories creameries 113 

Notes for cheesemakers 107 1 10 1 13 

Notes for factory cheesemakers 108 

Notes forming basis of agreement between Canada and the United States for removal of 

cattle quarantine 182 

Notes on adobe and other earth wall construction methods 167 

Notes on Canadian agriculture 116 

Notes on cold storage of eggs 111 

Notes on cow testing 111 

Notes on systemic insecticides 83 

Notes on the cold storage of eggs 11 

Notes on the cultivation of some staple vegetables 162 

Notes on the export apple trade 110 

Notes on the history, activities and achievements, 1937 to 1957, of the Seed Research 
Laboratory, Plant Products Division, Production Service, Canada Department of 

Agriculture 202 

Notes on use of agricultural index numbers and other agricultural statistics issued by 

Dominion Bureau of Statistics 89 

Notes to authors 83 

Notice to herdowners 194 

Nova Scotia apple spary and dust calendars 26 27 

Nut culture 185 

Nut culture in British Columbia 156 

Nutrient deficiencies and climatic factors causing low volume production and active 

deterioration in white spruce 54 

Nutritive value of Canadian agricultural products; special studies 215 

Nutritive value of poultry 193 

Oat hulls and their use in feeding stuffs 10 

The oat nematode in Ontario 140 147 

Oat varieties for British Columbia 233 

Oat varieties, past and present 48 

Oat variety trials 104 

Oat variety trials and breeding 104 

Oats in Canada 17 34 

Oats: variety and strain tests 104 

Objectives for Canadian agriculture 74 

Observations on milling and baking practices in England and Scotland 229 

Observations on the migration of warble larvae through the tissues 181 

Observations upon government assistance to agriculture in certain countries of Europe. . 191 

Obstructive urolithiasis 106 

The occurrence of the Indian paint fungus, Echinodontium tinctorium, E. & E., in British 

Columbia 53 

"Off flavour." 112 

The official Canadian grain grading guide 102 



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Official results of fertilizer analyses 31 201 

Official score for poultry graded and packed according to government standards 198 

Official straw standards 83 

Oil and oilmeal from Canadian rapeseed; a summary of research on quality and use. 59 

Oil strike on western farms: housewives, livestock producers, sunflower seed growers to 

benefit 83 

Oleomargarine 113 

The Oleomargarine Act 1919, as amended, and regulations 111 

On purchasing feeding stuffs 159 

On the breeding, feeding and general management of poultry 152 

On the growing and marketing of tomatoes 160 

On the prevention of tubersulosis in animals, with special reference to prevention of 

tuberculosis in animals, with special reference to prevention in the Dominion 182 

One thousand facts about Canada 149 

One-way disk maintenance and operation 92 

Onion 185 

The onion maggot 49 143 

Onion recipes 173 

Onion thrips 143 

Onions 1 73 

Ontario Cooperative Union - Statistics of membership, 1948-49 129 

Ontario experimental stations progress reports 163 

Ontario flue-cured tobacco soils and their fertilizer requirements 51 

Ontario's cooperatives, 1946-47 129 

"Open" and "weak bodied" cheese 112 

Operating hints for blade cultivators 241 

Operation and construction of domestic canneries in British Columbia 19 37 

Opinions about rural living, based on a questionnaire administered to the staff of the Home 
Economics Service of the Extension Branch of the Ontario Department of Agriculture, 

January 1959 129 

Opinions about the rural community and rural living, based on a questionnaire administered 
to thirty-one Alberta rural leaders during the Rural Leadership Conference, Banff, Alberta, 

1959 129 

An opportune time for steer feeding and finishing 30 

Optimum plans for small farms in northeast Saskatchewan 129 

Orange hawkweed or "Devil's paint-brush" 156 

Orchard irrigation and nutritional investigation 240 

Orchard irrigation in British Columbia 21 43 

Orchard pollination studies in the Annapolis Valley; preliminary survey 83 

Orchard replant problems 66 

Orchard soil management and apple nutrition in eastern Canada 44 74 

Orchard soils of the Province of Quebec 35 71 

Order fertilizers now and take delivery immediately 93 

Organic soil management for vegetables 46 

Organic soils of southwestern Quebec 32 71 

Organisations commerciales de cultivateurs au Canada; 115 

The organization, achievements and present work of the Dominion experimental farms. 167 

The organization, achievements and present work of the experimental farms 84 

Organization and activities 76 

Organization and activities of the Canada Department of Agriculture 57 

Organization and activities of the Cereal Crops Division 105 

Organization and activities of the Cereal Division, Central Experimental Farm 84 

Organization and progress of work 149 

Organization and returns of stone fruit and pear enterprises in the Okanagan Valley, British 

Columbia, 1949- 1950 129 

Organization, function and 1963-66 progress report of the Agrometeorology Section 94 

Organization, function and progress report of the Agrometeorology Section 93 

The organization of co-operative egg circles 205 

The organization of science in the Dominion Department of Agriculture 215 

Organization of the Canada Department of Agriculture 57 

Organization of the Department of Agriculture 76 

Organizational characteristics of grain - cattle farms in the Prairie Provinces, 1956-1965. 130 



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Organizational characteristics of grain - cattle - hog farms in the Prairie Provinces, 1956- 

1965 130 

Organizational characteristics of grain farms in the Prairie Provinces, 1956-1965. 130 

The oriental fruit moth in Ontario 143 

The oriental peach moth in Ontario 12 

The origin and quality of commercial live stock marketed in Canada: report 200 

Origin of livestock marketed 200 

Ornamental shrubs and trees for central British Columbia 61 

Ornamental shrubs and woody climbers more commonly used for landscape purposes 

throughout Canada 20 40 

Ornamental shrubs for Canada 63 

Ornamental shrubs for Canadian gardens 52 

Ornamental trees, shrubs, and woody climbers 6 84 

Our food costs 59 84 130 

Outbreaks of reportable contagious diseases of livestock and poultry 181 

Outdoor roses in Canada 21 43 

Outdoor salads 67 

Outline for report on entomology in the Canada Department of Agriculture, with special 

reference to the Division of Entomology 148 

Outline of sheep breeding, 1934 238 

Outline of the work of the Soil Chemistry Unit 106 

Outlines of work, branch experimental farms, as of September, 1957 167 

The outlook for Canadian tomatoes in Great Britain 110 

The outlook for dairying and the marketing of dairy produce 24 

Outlook for livestock and poultry industries in Canada 194 

The outlook for poultry meat in Canada to 1980; a study of factors affecting supply and 

demand 130 

Outlook in patterns and practices in agriculture in 1980 130 

Overseas report on agricultural development 116 

Overseas tests of the milling and baking qualities of Garnet wheat 8 

PFAA. Prairie Farm Assistance Act; an aid to farmers in the event of serious crop 

losses 58 84 

P.F.R.A., a record of achievement 84 

The P.F.R.A. community pasture program 208 

PFRA, Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act; what it means to the Prairie Provinces 57 

PFRA water development program 84 

Package bees 90 

Package bees and how to install them 16 28 32 

Package bees for profit 61 

Package bees in Manitoba; eleven years experimental results, 1921-1931 17 32 

Package bees, their introduction and care 234 

The packing and transportation of Nova Scotia apples 17 33 

Packing apples in barrels and boxes 5 

The packing of apples in barrels and boxes 108 

The pale western cutworm 27 139 

The pale western cutworm and its control 18 36 

Pale western cutworm control 142 

Paper 228 

Papilionidae to Arctidae 53 

The paralysis tick, Dermacentor andersoni Stiles; its life-history and control 15 39 

Parasites of horses 8 18 36 

Parathion poisoning 148 

Parsnip seed production 185 

Party dips with potato chips 173 

The pasteurization of milk, cream and dairy by-products 4 17 34 

Pasture and hay crops for the southern Canadian Prairies 51 

Pasture experiments; a comparison between the yields of pasture clippings and the gains by 

the animals 167 

Pasture experiments at Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa 167 

Pasture for poultry 21 42 239 

Pasture for profit 42 

Pasture improvement for cheaper production (Eastern Canada) 90 



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Pasture improvement for cheaper production (Prairie Provinces) 91 

Pasture improvement in eastern Canada 18 36 

Pasture investigations - progress report 167 

Pasture renovation in Maritime Provinces 53 

Pastures; questions and answers 84 

The pathological deterioration of fire-killed pine in the Mississagi region of Ontario 52 

Patriotism and production "more than usual"; agricultural war book 84 

The pattern of mechanization and wartime changes of farms in the Elrose-Rosetown- 

Conquest area of central and west central Saskatchewan, 1944 130 

Paving on the farm 70 

The payment for eggs according to quality 205 

The pea aphid 58 143 

Pea moth 143 

Pea-vine silage and hay, the by-product of canning peas, as feed for livestock 167 

The pea weevil 139 

Peace-Athabaska weeds; a reconnaissance appraisal 34 71 

Peach canker 155 

Peach culture in Canada 154 

Peach handling methods and equipment in Ontario 130 

Peach varieties for southwestern Ontario 60 

Pear growing in the Annapolis Valley 22 45 

Pear harvesting and storage in British Columbia 48 

Pear harvesting and storage investigations 240 

The pear psylla and its control 26 

The pear psylla in British Columbia 84 

The pear thrips (Taeniothrips inconsequens Uzel) and its control in British Columbia. . 137 

Peat, muck and mud deposits: their nature, composition and agricultural uses 7 

Pedigrees and other basic data of cultivars of oats 213 

The percentage of water in Canadian creamery butter 110 

Perennial apple tree canker 29 

Perennial flower trials at Kapuskasing 185 

Periodicals currently received 190 

Perishable food requirements of Newfoundland 130 

Pesticides listed by active ingredient registered for use in Canada 106 

Pesticides management and organization (a review and proposals) 196 

Phases of Empire trade development - poultry 193 

Phases of Empire trade development - sheep and wool. Source of Empire supply 193 

Photographic filing 99 

Physical and economic factors related to land use classification in southwest central 

Saskatchewan 36 71 

Physiological studies with the tobacco plant 41 72 

Picnics 1 73 

Pictorial survey of Newfoundland agriculture 130 

Pictou cattle disease 182 

Pictures: beef cattle 68 

Pictures: breeds of chickens 65 

Pictures; cheese making 68 

Pictures: dairy cattle 68 

Pictures: ducks 65 

Pictures: geese 65 

Pictures: horses 68 

Pictures; maple syrup 66 

Pictures: northern agriculture 68 

Pictures of beef cattle 188 

Pictures of cheese making 188 

Pictures of dairy cattle 188 

Pictures of sheep 188 

Pictures of swine 68 1 88 

Pictures of tobacco in Canada 188 

Pictures: sheep 68 

Pictures: the Canadian broiler industry 65 

Pictures: the Canadian egg industry 65 



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Pictures: the Canadian turkey industry 65 

Pictures; tobacco in Canada 68 

Pig creep, guard rail and castration rack 170 

Pig feeding 57 

Pig management 57 

Pigeons 3 

Pillbugs and sowbugs 65 

Pioneer farming and municipal finance in the Sangudo-Winfield area of Alberta, 1941. 43 73 

Pitting roots 1 59 

The place of hogs on Ontario farms 20 40 

Plan of cotton-front poultry house 161 

Plan of permanent laying house for poultry 205 

Plan of root cellar for western Canada 159 

A plan to reduce wheat acreage and make more money available for necessary war 

supplies 84 

Planning an anti-mosquito campaign 70 

Planning and planting field shelterbelts 21 43 

Planning farm home grounds 50 

Planning the home lot 158 

Planning the western farmstead 159 

Planning your garden 22 44 59 

Plans and specifications of a cool cheese curing room 110 

Plans for construction of a seed cleaning and grading machine 242 

Plant and animal breeding on Canadian experimental farms 215 

Plant food evaluation; how to value the plant food content of different fertilizers 14 35 

Plant for pleasure 185 

Plant inspection and seed potato certification service 204 

Plant movement regulations 84 

Plant pathology and plant science, Research Station, CDA, Lethbridge, Alberta 237 

Plant protection treatments 204 

Plant quarantine news 203 

Plant Research Institute, William Saunders Building 213 

The plantains of Canada 24 

Plantains (Plantago Spp.) 217 

Planting and care of hedges 185 

The planting and care of shade trees 155 

Planting and growing rhubarb 66 

Planting annuals, herbaceous perennials and roses 185 

Planting apple trees 185 

Planting trees and hardwood cuttings on the Canadian Prairies 46 

Plants collected in the vicinity of Marmora 100 

Plants of Prince Edward Island 55 

Plants of the MacKenzie River Delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve 232 

Plants responsible for hay fever 14 35 

Plastic crop shelters and greenhouses 84 

Plum culture 46 

Plum culture and district lists of plums suitable for Canada, with descriptions of varieties. . 4 
Plum culture and district lists of plums suitable for Ontario and Quebec, with descriptions of 

varieties 151 

The plum curculio (Conotrachelus nenuphar Herbst) and its control in Quebec 11 

Points of interest to management and production men in the canning industry 84 

Poison ivy 14 16 34 45 

Poison ivy and its eradication 100 

Poison ivy (Rhus toxicodendron L.) 12 

The poisoning of horses by the common bracken (Pteris aquilina L.) 181 

Poisonous plants of the Canadian Prairies 48 

Pollination studies in tree fruit 167 

Population in process; a study of social changes affecting selected farm operators and their 

descendants, 1918 to 1949. Dundas County, Ontario 130 

Pork 68 

Pork. How to buy - how to cook 84 

Pork chart 198 



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Pork cuts 84 

Pork's the buy 173 

Portable grain elevators for farm use 92 

Positive-flow band applicator for granular soil insecticides 48 

Possibilities of agriculture in the Yukon district 160 

Post-frame wall construction for farm buildings 135 

Post war settlement of veterans in Alberta 130 

Postdoctorate fellowships for research in the biological sciences, tenable in the laboratories 

of the Canada Dept. of Agriculture 76 

Potash in agriculture 26 156 

The Potato 187 

The potato and its culture with lists of varieties found most useful 151 

Potato aphids 143 

Potato blights 150 160 

Potato canker (Chrysophlyctis endobiotica, Schilb.) imported into Canada 156 

Potato canker - Danger 156 

The potato chip industry in Canada 130 

Potato culture 91 

Potato diseases 100 

Potato diseases transmitted by the use of unsound seed potatoes 156 

Potato flea beetle 143 

Potato growing in Canada 49 

Potato growing in the Atlantic Provinces 63 

Potato growing in the Maritime Provinces 158 160 

The potato in Canada 16 31 153 

Potato leaf hopper 143 

Potato rot nematode. 100 

Potato scab 158 

The potato situation in eastern Canada 13 84 

Potato spraying for late blight and rot 159 

Potato storage 47 

Potato tuber diseases 84 

Potato wart (canker) 100 204 

Potato wart quarantine in Newfoundland 84 

Potatoes 54 

Potatoes for livestock 16 45 84 

A potent new insecticide benzine hexachloride or 666 141 

A potent new insecticide - 666, hexachlorobenzene or gammexane 140 

Potherbs or greens for the Maritimes 63 

Poultry 193 

Poultry; a farm asset; a seasonable hint as to the practical value of poultry on the Canadian 

farm 193 

Poultry account book 130 

Poultry breeding records 6 

Poultry consumers protected from feminizing chemicals 188 

Poultry culling in New Brunswick 84 

Poultry diseases 50 

The poultry enterprise on forty-nine Manitoba farms, 1948-1949 130 

Poultry experiences at the Experimental Station for Vancouver Island, Sydney, B.C 157 

Poultry feeds and feeding 2 9 17 33 153 

Poultry guide 173 

Poultry house construction, with general and detailed plans 8 16 32 

Poultry housing and management 50 

Poultry; how to buy, how to cook 60 

Poultry keeping in town and country 153 

Poultry market report 200 

Poultry market review 76 

Poultry marketing calendar, 1915 193 

Poultry meat 61 

Poultry meat; your best buy 173 

Poultry production and marketing in Saskatchewan 130 

Poultry products for many uses 84 



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Poultry products market report 200 

Poultry recipes, by Canadian chefs 205 

Poultry research in progress in Canada; a supplement to the report of the Conference of the 

Associate Committee on Marketing Poultry 84 

Poultry revenue; producers can increase their income by crate fattening 193 198 

Poultry trade with Great Britain 107 

Powder-post beetles in structural timber in coastal British Columbia 48 

Powdery and common scab of the potato 29 

Powdery scab of potatoes 156 

Practical assistance to wool growers in the marketing of their wool clips 219 

A practical basement storage room 167 

A practical farm root cellar 20 40 

Practical steer feeding on the prairies 11 

The Prairie farm rehabilitation act 207 

Prairie farm rehabilitation water development program; small community and municipal 

projects 207 

The prairie farm reservoirs 208 

The prairie farmer's vegetable garden 4 

Prairie Grain Advance Payments Act 84 

Prairie grains policy 76 

Prairie grasses identified and described by vegetative characters 68 

The prairie home orchard 48 

Prairie resources and PFRA 84 

Prairie summerfallow moisture report to end of March 1963 96 

Precooling by fanning 178 

Precooling, shipment and cold storage of tender fruit with notes on packing and 

packages 109 

Precooling vs. transit icing 178 

Pre-development farm 208 

Preliminary estimate of red clover seed production, 1953 crop 202 

Preliminary list of periodicals currently received; 190 

A preliminary list of the natural enemies of Canadian agricultural pests 232 

Preliminary report on an exploratory soil survey along the Alaska military highway and the 

Yukon river system 167 

Preliminary report on the native vegetation 175 

Preliminary soil survey of lands adjacent to the Mackenzie Highway in the Northwest 

Territories 167 

Preliminary summary of mulch paper experiments on Dominion Experimental Farms. .171 

Preparation and care of lawns 185 

The preparation of a methodological note 130 

Preparation of candied fruits and related products 240 

Preparation of fur pelts 193 

Preparation of fur pelts for the market 198 

Preparation of sketch maps 130 

Prepare to protect your crops next season 138 



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ing bees for winter 15 38 

ing cigarette burley tobacco for market 61 

ing farm horses for summer work 162 

ing insect displays 53 

ing land for grain-crops in Saskatchewan : ... 161 

ing land for grain crops on the Prairies 154 

ing poultry for market; crate feeding, killing and dressing, government 

grades 18 29 35 

Preparing poultry produce for market 3 153 

Preparing wool for market 219 

Present policy and procedure with respect to the Dutch elm disease in Canada 204 

The present situation of the beef cattle farms in the Eastern townships 210 

Present status of orchard acaricides in Canada 144 

The preservation of fruits and vegetables by freezing 35 71 185 

Preservation of fruits and vegetables for home use 153 

The preservation of fruits for exhibition purposes 161 

Preservation of strawberries with S02 185 



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Preserving fruits and vegetables in the home 5 

The preserving of eggs in the home 205 

Press copy 1 87 

Press release 101 

Preston and other early ripening wheats 161 

Prevent white grub injury 138 

Preventing peach canker 13 31 

The prevention of brown rootrot and black rootrot of tobacco in Canada 15 39 

The prevention of cereal rusts by the use of fungicidal dusts 9 

Prevention of common losses in young pigs 91 

Prevention of damage by borers in softwood logs or fire-killed timber 177 

Prevention of disease in sheep (including control of internal and external parasites). . 48 92 

The prevention of losses in sheep flocks 91 

Prevention of tobacco mosaic 15 39 

Prevention of tobacco mosaic in Ontario 14 34 

Prevention of virus diseases of greenhouse grown tomatoes 14 34 

Prices and net returns to the growers of apples in the Okanagan Valley 130 

Prices and returns for Nova Scotia apples 40 72 

Principal poisonous plants of Canada 155 

Principal varieties of garden vegetables approved for registration, and variety names 
adopted by the Horticultural Committee of Canadian Plant Breeders at Winnipeg, 1929. 28 

Principles and methods involved in dehydration of apples 37 72 185 

Principles of barn ventilation 46 

The principles of poultry house construction with general and detailed plans 153 

Probabilities of freezing temperatures at Fredericton, N.B., Charlottetown, P.E.I. , Kentville, 

N.S. and Nappan, N.S 56 

Probability table of spring frost at the Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa 167 

Probable maximum snowpack and rainstorm: Penticton, Creek, B.C 208 

The probable scarcity of rennet for the manufacture of cheese, with some directions for 

securing a supply 15 39 1 1 1 

Probe for sampling deep grain bins 228 

Probing for back-fat thickness in hogs 60 

Problem feeds for livestock and poultry 63 

Problems in collaboration with other members of British Commonwealth .215 

Problems to be anticipated when processing meteorological branch type 4 format 94 

Procedure for keeping a meteorological soil moisture budget for irrigation purposes. . . .171 
Procedure for the establishment of community pastures and rules and regulations for the 

operation thereof 208 

Procedures in biological control of insects 232 

Proceedings of a Conference on Dressed Poultry 84 

Proceedings of soil drifting control and shelterbelt conference held at Brandon, Manitoba, 

December 1, 1954 171 

Proceedings of the Animal Husbandry Staff Conference. (Eastern Section). Lennoxville, P.Q. 

June 9 and 10, 1955 97 

Proceedings of the Animal Husbandry Staff Conference. (Western Section). Lacombe, 

Alberta, June 1 1-12, 1952 98 

Proceedings of the symposium on minimum tillage, 1970 213 

Proceedings of the tobacco meetings held at Ottawa, February 18-20, 1957 221 

Processed publications available 148 

Processes for making maple products 84 

Processing qualities of apple varieties and selections 68 

Produce more poultry products 162 

Producing beef on the farm; an analysis of light weight beef production in southwestern 

Ontario 84 1 67 

Producing certified seed of bromegrass in Western Canada 46 

Producing clean milk 17 27 32 

Producing pure milk 16 46 90 

Production and marketing of wool 92 

Production and markets 191 

Production and storage facilities for frozen fruits and vegetables in Canada 130 

Production and thrift. Agricultural war book 84 

The production and use of seed grain 217 



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Production goals, 1943 85 

Production, harvesting and curing of burley tobacco 22 45 

The production, harvesting and curing of cigar tobacco 22 45 

Production, harvesting and curing of dark tobacco in Ontario 46 

Production, harvesting and curing of pipe tobaccos 22 44 

Production, marketings and distribution of Canadian grain 102 

Production of alfalfa on range lands of Saskatchewan and Alberta 12 

The production of bacon for the British market 191 

The production of cheaper and better forage crops for livestock in central Alberta 8 

The production of flaxseed in Canada 17 33 

The production of flue-cured tobacco seedlings in Ontario 19 37 

Production of juices, their manufacture, chemical aspects and laboratory control. 44 74 

The production of mangel and sugar beet seed 15 39 

Production of milk, 1939, 1942, 1945-53. All Canada and Alberta 114 

The production of rape in western Canada 52 

The production of smut-free seed 13 31 

Production of sugar beets in southwestern Ontario 130 

The production of sugar beets in southwestern Ontario; an economic study 85 

The production of swede turnip seed 15 39 

Production of vegetables in wartime gardens 93 

Production of vegetables in wartime gardens in urban centres of Canada in 1943 130 

Professional staff 167 

Professor Robertson on the extension of nature studies 218 

Profitable field root varieties for Ontario and adjacent parts of Quebec 157 

Profitable field root varieties for the Maritime Provinces and eastern Quebec 157 

Profitable poultry farming 110 191 

Profits from dairy cows 157 

Program review 230 

A program to estimate normals of temperature and related agroclimatic elements for 

locations on the Canadian great plains 94 

Programme of scientific work, for the fiscal year 163 

Progress in the breeding of hardy apples for the Canadian North-West 152 

Progress of construction, South Saskatchewan River Dam 188 

The progress of cow testing 109 

Progress of farmers in an area adjacent to the Saskatchewan-Carrot River triangle 131 

Progress report: crop research. Experimental project farms in Eastern Ontario, 1962. . . . 230 

Progress report of national potato seedling and variety test in Canada 183 

Progress report of pasture investigations 76 

Progress report of pasture research 76 

Progress report of Prairie regional potato trials 225 

Progress report of the Dominion Cerealist 105 

Progress report of the regional potato trials in Ontario 212 

Progress report on biting-fly studies 148 

Progress report on cultural activities under the P.F.R.A. act 207 

Progress report on grasshopper bait investigations, Canadian Prairies, 1941 139 

A progress report on the special study of Ontario farm homes and homemakers 131 

Project Group on Breeding Spring Wheats for the Prairie Provinces. Annual report 213 

Project Group on Winter Wheat Improvement. Meeting 201 

Project list of the Division of Botany and Plant Pathology, Science Service 100 

Project organization on the Dominion experimental farms 167 

Project record system and classified list of projects 148 

Projects on pasture research 106 

Provincial agricultural legislation in Western Canada 116 

Propagation of apple rootstocks by stooling 185 

Proper use of pesticides program 76 

Proposed changes in farming enterprises 131 

Proposed large water development projects in the P.F.R.A. area of Manitoba, Saskatchewan 

and Alberta 208 

Prospects for export of tender fruits 85 1 14 

Protect farm stored grain 148 

Protect orchards from rabbits and mice 56 



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Protecting cover crops and fall-sown grains from grasshopper damage in the Prairie 

Provinces 144 

Protection of crops 138 

Protection of farm-stored grain in western Canada 144 

Protection of fruit trees from mice and rabbits and care of injured trees 157 161 

Protection of skidways against attack by sawyer beetles 140 

Protection of the forest against insects and disease 177 

Protein content of Canadian wheat, 1927-1968 102 

Protein content of the crop 229 

Protein content of Western Canadian barley 229 

Protein survey map of western Canada 228 

Protein survey map of western Canada hard red spring wheat 228 

Protein survey of Western Canadian amber durum wheat 228 

Protein survey of Western Canadian barley 229 

Protein survey of Western Canadian hard red wheat 229 

Province of Manitoba and North-West Territory of the Dominion of Canada. Information for 

emigrants 85 

Province of Manitoba grasshoppers egg survey and forecast: map 145 

Provincial agricultural legislation in Ontario 116 

Provincial agricultural legislation in Quebec and Ontario 116 

Provincial agricultural legislation in the Atlantic Provinces 116 

Provincial agricultural legislation - Quebec 116 

Pruning and disbudding dahlias 185 

Pruning apple trees in eastern Canada 68 85 

Pruning, thinning and utilizing trees, with special reference to prairie farm shelterbelts. 16 42 

Pruning tree fruits and small fruits 85 

Public cold storage in Canada, 1955 198 

Public hearings: Plant Quarantine and Control Administration, Washington, D.C., March 24th 

to 28th, 1932 148 

Publications 187 

Publications: a list of material published 116 

Publications for the home 76 

Publications in the library on administration 189 

Publications in the library on information storage and retrieval 189 

Publications in the library on personnel administration 189 

Publications index book 187 

Publications of the Canada Dept. of Agriculture 1867-1959 85 

Publications of the Department of Agriculture, 1878-1914 189 

Publications on forest diseases 177 

Pulp wood of Canada 85 149 

Purebred ram grading report 194 

Purpose and instructions in the use of the dairy farmers' account book 131 

Qualitative and quantitative analysis of phenothiazine 202 

Quality bacon for the consumer 193 

The quality characteristics of Thatcher wheat 228 

Quality characteristics of the Canadian amber durum wheat 229 

Quality evaluation of green and wax bean varieties grown at the Lethbridge Research 

Station in 1965 237 

Quality evaluation of green pea varieties grown at the Lethbridge Research Station in 

I965 237 

Quality evaluation of snap bean varieties in 1966 237 

The quality of the crop of Western Canadian flaxseed 229 

The quality of the crop of Western Canadian wheat 229 

The quality of Western Canadian amber durum wheat 229 

The quality of Western Canadian hard red spring wheat in relation to grading and marketing 

with particular reference to protein content 229 

Quantitative studies of soil micro-organisms, 1-XV (1938-1957) 99 

Quarterly forecast of hog marketing 200 

Quarterly report 216 

Quebec experimental stations progress reports 164 

Quebec experimental tobacco stations, season 1911 221 

Quicksand in wells 241 



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R.O.P. - AR swine: annual report 195 

R.O.P. for swine: annual report 195 

R.O.P. inspectors' manual 194 

R.O.P. newsletter 194 

R.O.P. poultry 194 

R.2: Tumble type sweep rake 170 

Rabbits 3 

Rabbits for meat and fur 198 

Rabies 98 180 

Rabies and livestock 63 

Rabies and your pet 62 

Radio talk 76 

Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) 217 

Raising calves for veal 60 

Raising chinchillas 59 179 

Raising rabbits 60 

Ram classification 194 

The ram premium policy 26 

Rambler alfalfa 53 

Rancid flavour in cheddar cheese 8 

Randomized block designs for factorial experiments 169 

Range and livestock management in the shortgrass prairie region of southern Alberta and 

Saskatchewan 47 

Range conservation 207 

Range management of grasslands and adjacent parklands in the Prairie Provinces 57 

Range management pays 67 

The range rearing of chicks 92 

Range sheep production in western Canada 47 

The rape plant; its culture, use and value 151 

Rapeseed meal for livestock and poultry - a review 62 

Raspberries 150 

Raspberries and blackberries 16 45 

The raspberry and its cultivation in Canada 7 

The raspberry crown borer 63 

Raspberry culture 185 

Raspberry inspection service and Canadian certified raspberry stock its production 29 

The rate of precooling fruit in different styles of packages and at different temperatures. . 109 

Rates of seeding in eastern Canada 85 

Rations for economical pork production 29 

Rats and mice; destroyers of grain and food 138 

Re: a species of dagger nematode on roses 204 

Re: conditions in transit of B.C. strawberries and loganberries by rail to destinations in the 

Prairie Provinces, June-July 1959, 209 

Re: creamery cold storage bonuses 110 

Re: suggested periodical "Canada's Resources" to be published jointly by the Departments 

of Agriculture, Fisheries and Mines and resources 189 

Reaction of wheat varieties to leaf rust and stem rust 100 

Rearing chicks from the incubator to the laying pen or fattening crate 13 33 

Recent developments in agricultural extension work in Canada 189 

Recent developments in international trade policy affecting agricultural products 131 

Recent developments in the cooperative purchasing of farm supplies 131 

Recipe book for enjoying Canadian apples, "the world's finest fruit" 173 

Recipe for syrup from sugar beets 225 

Recipe sheet to can or freeze peaches 173 

Reclaiming acid dome peat bogs for agricultural use 55 

Recleaned elevator screening (standard stock food) as a food for livestock 161 

Recommendations and suggestions for the production of high quality frozen eggs 194 

Recommendations approved by the P.F.R.A. Advisory Committee on Land Utilization at a 

meeting held in Regina. Saskatchewan, February 26, 27, 28, 1945 85 

Recommendations for the construction and sanitary operation of poultry processing 

plants 198 

Recommendations for the operation and layout of poultry eviscerating plants 198 



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Recommendations for the prevention of damage by some common insects of the farm, the 

orchard and the garden 150 

Recommendations for the production of canned pre-cooked poultry 198 

Recommendations for the use of DDT against agricultural insect pests in 1947 142 

Recommended dates for seeding cereal grains in southwestern Saskatchewan 242 

Recommended herbaceous perennials 167 

Recommended rules for packing apples in containers other than the standard box 179 

Recommended storage temperature and relative humidity and the average freezing 

temperature of fruits and vegetables 85 

Recommended varieties of field roots 162 

Reconnaissance soil survey of the Slave River lowland in the Northwest Territories of 

Canada 167 

Reconnaissance soil survey of the Takhinni and Dezadeash Valleys in the Yukon 

Territory 213 

The reconstruction and future organization of the Dominion Experimental Farms Branch. 167 

Record of performance for poultry; rules and recommendations 194 

Record of performance for poultry, section "A", rules and regulations for record year, 1922- 

23 193 

Record of performance for swine 209 

Record of performance for turkeys; rules and recommendations 194 

Record of performance test results for purebred Lacombes; a summary of all R.O.P. tests for 

Lacombe swine 236 

Records of Canadian egg production tests 206 

Records of frog-bit in Canada 85 

The red-backed cutworm and its control in the Prairie Provinces 27 

Red clover for hay, silage, pasture and seed 48 

Red clover seed and its impurities 217 

The red currant and the white currant; their place in Quebec's horticulture 12 

The red-headed pine sawfly in Ontario 52 

Red raspberry cultivars for eastern Canada 69 

Red turnip beetle 143 

Reduce pig losses 210 

Reed canary grass 16 44 175 

Reference tables for spacing of flight lines, determining amount of photographs involved and 

comparing scales of multi-camera systems 85 

References for the food conference, Hot Springs 85 

References to insects on sunflowers in Saskatchewan in publications of the Entomological 

laboratory, Saskatoon, and in annual summaries of the Division of entomology 148 

Refrigeration and heating in the transportation of perishable commodities 179 

Refrigerator car tests 178 

Regional Committee on Soil Drifting. Report of the meeting 76 

Register of brucellosis-free listed herds 181 

Register of fully accredited herd 181 

Register of herds of cattle listed free from Bang's disease 181 

Register of herds of cattle listed free from brucellosis 181 

Register of tuberculosis-free fully accredited herds 181 

Registered herbicides 201 

Regrassing abandoned farms, submarginal cultivated lands and depleted pastures in the 

prairie areas of Western Canada 20 40 

Regulations governing extra-mural research projects 85 

Regulations Governing the Inspection of Condensed, Evaporated and Dried Milk 1 

Regulations respecting financial assistance to agricultural exhibitions and fairs 189 

Regulations respecting the grading and marking of eggs 194 

Regulations under the Destructive Insect and Pest Act governing the importation, sale, 

shipment and exportation of the common or Irish potato 156 

Regulations under the Destructive Insect and Pest Act, with instructions to importers and 

exporters of trees, plants and other nursery stock 138 

Reindeer range survey, 1957 and 1963 232 

The relation between birth weight, subsequent weights, body weight gain, and feed 

consumption of Holstein-Friesian steers 233 

The relation of mortality of balsam fir, Abies balsamea (L.) Mill., caused by the spruce 



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budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana (Clem.), to forest composition in the Algoma forest of 

Ontario 47 

The relative resistance of various fragaria chiloensis clones to phytophthora fragariae. 234 

Release hitch and lift for tractor drawn horse mower 170 

Reminder for outdoor cooking 173 

Renewed cutworm outbreak expected in 1932 in Saskatchewan and Alberta 148 

Renovation of the neglected orchard with special reference to the best orchard practice. 153 
Report and recommendations of the Sprinkler Irrigation Committee for Western Canada. 168 

Report, conservation and food control, Assiniboine River 208 

Report: co-operative test of early wheat varieties 105 

Report co-operative tests with oat varieties 231 

Report for December, 1952 of the Biological Control Section, Laboratory of Entomology, 

Vancouver, B.C 216 

Report interpretation series 103 

Report: local variety trials, Eastern Ontario; 104 

Report of a meeting held in Ottawa, September 26th, 1928, to organize the Eastern Ontario 

Cheesemakers' Association 114 

Report of a visit to Great Britain and the Continent of Europe, 1897-1898 182 

Report of activities and special developments during the month 201 

Report of an exploratory soil survey made along the water route from Fort Nelson, B.C. to 

Waterways, Alta., via Fort Simpson, N.W.T 168 

Report of Committee on Dressed Poultry Standards 193 

Report of committees and brief summaries of some of the papers presented at the 

conference of P.F.R.A. workers, Brandon, Man., January 23, 24, and 25, 1940 208 

A report of condemnation insurance for livestock 198 

Report of cow testing 191 

Report of Eastern cooperative barley test 105 

A report of fertilizer analyses 30 201 

Report of field crops grown in Saskatchewan from seeds obtained through the federal forage 

seed distribution of 1932 175 

Report of first three years Canadian national egg-laying contests 3 

Report of grading of purebred rams in Ontario 85 

Report of investigations 243 

Report of official analyses of samples taken by inspectors under the provisions and 

regulations of The Fertilizers Act, 1922 27 

Report of panel on chemical analysis 85 

Report of Russian fur production as taken from Women's wear daily 179 

Report of six years experience of a farmer in the Red Deer District 85 

Report of sixth Annual Conference of the Live Stock Inspection and Grading Services held at 

Hotel Saskatchewan, Regina, June 5-7, 1950 193 

Report of sprinkler irrigation survey in Saskatchewan 1952 241 

Report of studies on consumer acceptance of grade A lean bacon 131 

Report of Summerland Jersey herd. 1933/1946 241 

Report of the Canadian delegation on the U.S.S.R. Agricultural Exhibition in Moscow, Aug. 

1-15, 1954 85 

Report of the Chief Supervisor on the illustration stations in British Columbia, Alberta, 

Saskatchewan, and Manitoba 186 

Report of the Chief Supervisor on the illustration stations in Ontario, Quebec, New 

Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island 186 

Report of the Conference of Field Husbandry Workers of Western Canada 168 

Report of the conference on grasshopper research held at Lincoln, Nebraska, September 1 1- 

14, 1945 148 

Report of the cow testing associations 108 

Report of the Division of Entomology Special Program Committee 148 

Report of the Dominion Animal Husbandman 97 

Report of the Dominion Cerealist 105 

Report of the Dominion Chemist 105 

Report of the Dominion Entomologist 145 

Report of the Dominion experimental farms 164 

Report of the Dominion Poultry Husbandman (varies slightly) 206 

Report of the Entomologist 145 

Report of the Entomologist and Botanist 145 



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Report of the Foreman 177 

Report of the fourth and fifth annual Canadian national egg-laying contests 4 

Report of the Fruit Insect Unit 148 

Report of the Live Stock Commissioner 192 

Report of the meeting of the Great Plains conference of entomologists, Itasca Park, 

Minnesota August 9-10, 1934 148 

Report of the meeting on the development of pasture from bushlands in western Canada. 213 

Report of the Minister of Agriculture 75 

Report of the ninth and tenth annual Canadian national egg-laying contests 8 

Report of the reconnaissance soil survey, municipality of Armstrong, Manitoba 85 

Report of the Seed Commissioner 217 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at Brandon, Manitoba 195 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at Charlottetown, P.E.I 195 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at Edmonton, Alberta 195 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at Lacombe, Alberta 195 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at Lennoxville, Quebec. . . .196 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at Nappan, N.S 196 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at Saskatoon, 

Saskatchewan 196 

Report of the sire progeny test conducted at the test station at Waterloo, Ont 196 

Report of the sixth, seventh and eighth annual Canadian national egg-laying contests. ... 6 

Report of the Symposium on birch dieback 177 

Report of the Veterinary Director General 181 

Report of trial shipment of bulk wheat from Vancouver via the Panama Canal to the United 

Kingdom 228 

Report on a visit to the United Kingdom, Sept.-Oct. 1951 148 

Report on acaricide investigations, 1948-53 144 

Report on activities in Wilson Creek Watershed, April 1, 1962, to March 31, 1963 208 

Report on activities under the Prairie Farm Assistance Act 76 

Report on activities under the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act 207 

Report on agricultural investigations in the Mackenzie River basin, 1945 168 

A report on an investigation into some of the possibilities of the recovery and utilization of 
the fibre from the straw of flax grown for seed production purposes on the Canadian 
Prairies. 85 
Report on Canadian agricultural participation in technical assistance programmes to under- 
developed countries, June 1951 to December 1954 85 

Report on Canadian flax industries 86 

Report on cattle quarantine in Canada 200 

Report on cooperative sugar beet seed tests between Canadian and German 

laboratories 202 

Report on co-operative tests of wheat varieties 76 

Report on dykeland reclamation, 1913-1952 168 

Report on larkspur poisoning of live stock on the Porcupine Hills Forest Reserve, 

Alberta 168 

Report on mosquito control work conducted in the Ottawa District during 1927 148 

A report on mosquitoes and mosquito control in Prince Edward Island, with special reference 

to P.E.I. National Park 148 

Report on oil seeds investigations 168 

A report on opinions about the rural community and rural living 131 

Report on potato fungicides 234 

Report on progency testing in beef herds 209 

Report on record of performance for beef cattle 196 

Report on research 76 

Report on rural relief due to drought conditions and crop failures in western Canada, 1930- 

1937 86 

Report on rust development 231 

Report on rust development in western Canada 243 

Report on selection of a site for an agricultural experiment sub-station in the Yukon 

Territory 171 

Report on sire appraisal 196 

Report on soft white spring wheat varieties 105 

A report on some trial shipments of cold storage apples 108 



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Report on spring wheat observation plots on eastern branch farms and stations 168 

Report on the Agricultural Instruction Act 76 

Report on the chemical composition and physical characters of Ladoga, Red Fife and other 

varieties of wheat 149 

Report on the chemical composition of certain varieties of Indian corn 150 

Report on the desirability of establishing throughout the dominion a complete system of 

meat chilling, packing and exporting 86 

Report on the Dominion educational butter scoring contest, 1919 109 

Report on the Dominion educational cheese scoring contest 114 

Report on the forest wealth of Canada 86 

Report on the measurement of latent evaporation at Canada Department of Agriculture 

establishments 94 

Report on the milling and baking characteristics of the crop 229 

Report on the 1944 anopheline mosquito survey in Canada 140 

Report on the participation of the Canada Department of Agriculture and associated 
organizations in technical assistance programmes to underdeveloped countries, June 1951 

to December 1957 86 

Report on the production and manufacture of beet sugar 168 

Report on the progeny test for beef cattle 196 

Report on the progress of the work of the Experimental Farms of the Dominion of Canada 150 
Report on the reconnaissance of the irrigation projects of the corporation of the city of 

Penticton 208 

Report on the soils and settlement possibilities in the Goose Bay, Labrador area, 

Newfoundland, Canada 171 

Report on the spruce sawfly outbreak 148 

Report on the statistical survey of artificial insemination of cattle in Canada 195 

Report on the tobacco industry in Ontario 220 

Report on the uniform alcan tests of wheat, oats and barley 234 

Report on trip to south-eastern United States 204 

Report on uniform co-operative pea test 230 

Report to Canada Agriculture Research Branch on Grazing lands of Newfoundland 238 

Report to the Dominion Entomologist on an investigation made regarding reported insect 

infestations in Canadian flour in Barbados and Trinidad 148 

Reports of the first conference of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United 

Nations, held at Quebec City, October 16-November 1, 1945 86 

Research activities in agrometeorology and applied fields, 1962-1966 94 

Research and experimental projects in dairying under way in Canada, 1933 114 

Research Branch, Canada Department of Agriculture 213 

Research Branch Conference, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Mar. 6-10, 1961 214 

Research for farmers 75 

Research highlights 224 234 238 

Research hi-lites 236 

Research in Science Service, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa 216 

Research problems; some major ones underway on experimental farms, by divisions. .215 

Research review 233 

Research Station, Summerland, B.C.; 50th anniversary 241 

Research summary 225 

Research techniques in the economics of meat production. A reference paper in research 

methodology 131 

Research work at Harrow Experimental Station in 191 1 221 

Researches in regard to wheat flour and bread 154 

Reseeding grassland ranges in the interior of British Columbia 56 

Re-settlement 207 

Resulphuring methods for dried apples 185 

Results from spraying in Nova Scotia 138 

Results obtained in 1895 from trial plots of important farm crops 150 

Results obtained in... from trial plots of grain, fodder corn and roots 150 151 

Results obtained in... from trial plots of grain, fodder corn, field roots and potatoes. .151 152 
Results obtained in... on the Dominion experimental farms from trial plots of grain, fodder 

corn, field roots and potatoes 152 

The results of collectivization of Estonian agriculture 131 

Results of early and late seeding of barley, oats and spring wheat 150 



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Results of experiments at Fort Vermilion, Alberta 2 

Results of experiments with early, medium and late sowing of grain 150 

Results of germination tests of wheat, oats and barley from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 

Alberta for November and December 1907 218 

Results of grasshopper investigations conducted in Canada 145 

Results of grasshopper investigations during 1945. Part 3. Work conducted in Canada. 141 
Results of tests with benzene hexachloride by the Division of Entomology Division in 

1946 216 

Results of the growth of two-rowed barley from seed imported by the Government of 

Canada 150 

Review of Canadian agricultural price and marketing arrangements 131 

Review of Canadian egg and poultry markets for 1929 28 

Review of co-operative wool sales in Canada, preparing wool for market 219 

Review of economic entomology in Canada, 1948-1954 148 

Review of forest entomology in Canada, 1948-1953 177 

Review of literature on methods and techniques employed in pasture research 86 

A review of literature on the problem of blackening in cooked potatoes 204 

Review of the available information on the persistance of chlorinated hydrocarbon 

insecticide residues in soil 222 

A review of the dairy produce trade 114 

A review of the developments in Canada in entomology and methods of entomological 

control in the last five years 148 

Review of the dry milk situation 112 

A review of the Rural Development Program in the United States of America 131 

A review of the status and possibilities of flax production and manipulation in 

Canada. 86 168 

A review of the work of the experimental farms 168 

Review statement outlining the work and recommendations of the Provincial Inter- 
departmental Committee on Canadian Hand Arts and Crafts, January 1942 to January 
1944. 86 

Reviews of literature on insecticides 148 

Rhinitis of swine 55 

Rhododendrons in the Atlantic Provinces 64 

Ribgrass (Plantago lanceolata L.) 217 

Risk of analysis of weekly climatic data for agricultural and irrigation planning 94 

Riverhurst Region of Saskatchewan 114 

Roadside spraying 171 

Rock Cornish game hens; Squab broilers 58 

The rock garden 62 

Rock gardens for central British Columbia 61 

The Rockglen region of Saskatchewan 114 

The rod cultivator 161 

Rogues and roguing cereal crops 68 

Romance and dividends in agriculture. Talk 76 

Root and storage cellars 24 

Root diseases of cereals 50 

Root maggots and their control 25 138 

Root-rots and foot-rots of wheat in Manitoba 5 

Root-rots of cereals 12 

Root systems of certain forage crops in relation to the management of agricultural soils. . 86 

The Root Vegetables Act 12 

Rootrot and related literature; on annotated bibliography, 1958 235 

Rootrots of cereals 15 39 

The rose chafer 1115 39 

The Rosthern Region of Saskatchewan 115 

Round and tape worm diseases of poultry 205 

The round headed apple tree borer 141 

The round-headed apple-tree borer and its control 12 

Row spacing affects yields of forage grasses in the brown soil zone of Saskatchewan. . 56 

Rubber and resin content of native and introduced plants of Canada 100 

Rubber tired farm wagon 170 



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Rules covering the Canadian Record of Performance Service for Registered Dairy 

Cattle. 194 195 

Rules for seed testing 202 

Rules for the production and marketing of new-laid eggs 205 

Rules governing the Canadian record of performance service for dairy cattle 196 

Rural development research in Canada 131 

Rural young people and their future plans 131 

The Russian thistle or Russian tumble-weed 160 

Russian wild rye grass 51 

The rust organism and its genetic behaviour 243 

Rust research in Canada and related plant-disease investigations 56 

Rutabaga or swede turnip as a vegetable crop 15 37 

Rutabagas 173 

Rye for forage and grain in the Atlantic Provinces 59 

SB. Williams; CDA's new Deputy Minister 189 

S.B. Williams; CDA's new Minister 189 

SCR - an answer to light control; economy and minimum heat dissipation in high-amperage 

circuits are among advantages 136 

SP series 240 

The saddle horse 69 

The safe handling of commercial livestock; a producer to consumer campaign 86 193 

Safe use of pesticides around homes and cottages 189 

A safety guide for supervisors 86 

Safety manual 86 

Sainfoin 86 

Sainfoin for western Canada 69 

The St. Mary irrigation project 208 

St. Mary irrigation project, PFRA 86 

Salad dressings 173 

Salad shorts 174 

Salads 54 174 

Salads around the world 174 

Salads that are different 23 35 179 

Sales of cheese in selected Canadian cities 131 

Sample design of a sprinkler irrigation project 241 

Sampling and field operations in a socio-economic study of farms in Prince Edward Island, 

June 29 to August 19, 1959 131 

Sampling experience in the Ottawa cheese survey; a methodological note 131 

The "Sanctuary" system of poultry house ventilation 168 

The sash house for growing early plants 185 

Saskatchewan experimental stations progress reports 164 

The Saskatchewan River reclamation project 208 

Saskatchewan River reclamation project. Interim reports. 1-10 208 

Saskatchewan River reclamation project. Report 208 

Saskatchewan sawfly control blocks - 1943 139 

The saskatoon 62 

The satin moth in British Columbia 26 

Saving and using fats in the home 174 

Savory herbs 58 

The saw-toothed grain beetle; our no. I food pest 65 

Sawyer beetles in pine, spruce and balsam fir 145 

A scale for rating socio-economic levels in rural western Canada 131 

The scheduling of cattle in England; the Canadian case 86 

The school garden as regarded and carried on in the different provinces 187 

School lunches 23 30 31 1 14 

School milk in Canada 131 

Science service 215 

Science Service directory; laboratories and staff 216 

Science Service Laboratory, St. Jean. Quebec 216 

Scientists release parasites to kill spruce budworm 86 

Scrapbook, 1892-1918 106 



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Screening tests of ten contact insecticides on the wheat stem sawfly, Cephus cinctus 

Hort. 144 

Screenings as a feed for livestock 27 

Seasonable hints 164 

Seasonal changes in quantities of food purchased 131 

Seasonal price summaries 199 

Seasonal variation in Canadian farm products 132 

Seasonal variation in prices and production of livestock and livestock products 132 

Seasonal variations in the livestock industry; cattle, sheep, hogs, and calves 57 

Second report of Committee on Grasshopper Research appointed by the American 

Association of Economic Entomologists 139 

Seed cleaners and separators 54 

The Seed Control Act, 1911 217 

The Seed Control Act, reprinted from the Revised statutes of Canada, i906 217 

Seed corn - announcement regarding new control system 218 

Seed corn, field root and garden seed. Seed trade investigation 217 

Seed-corn maggot 142 

Seed, feed and fertilizer markets 217 

Seed grain 218 

Seed grain. Importance of strong vitality and germination tests 217 

Seed growing: pot-herb crops (used for "greens") 185 

Seed importation regulations 217 

Seed oats 1 58 

Seed potato certification 204 

Seed production prospects 201 

Seed samples for purity and germination tests 217 

The seed supply in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Special bulletin 218 

Seed testing 218 

Seed treatment for grain smut 158 

Seed treatment for small grain crops 92 

Seeding crested wheat grass for hay and pasture 17 34 

Seeding forest rangelands in British Columbia 69 

Seeding forest ranges in the dry belt of British Columbia 58 

Seeding grassland ranges in the interior of British Columbia 69 

Seeding machinery maintenance 92 

Seeding prairie rangelands; a management and economic guide 132 

Seedling blight and foot-rots of oats caused by Fusarium culmorum (W.G. sm.) Sacc 6 

The Seeds Act 1 

Selected bibliography on agricultural engineering and related topics (Canadian 

publications) 171 

Selected Canadian agrometeorological publications 96 

Selected Canadian contributions to agrometeorology and allied fields 93 

Selected indicators of agricultural land use, average farm occupied and improved area and 

livestock numbers; provinces, counties and census divisions 132 

Selected list of publications of the Research Branch 174 

Selected list of published material contributed by members of the Economics Division, 1930 

to 1949 132 

Selected list of serial publications. ..related to food research 174 

Selected papers on farm appraisal, distributed by the Ottawa chapter, Appraisal Institute of 

Canada 132 

Selected statistical information on agriculture in Canada 115 

Selecting, exhibiting and judging potatoes 68 

Selection of lamb cuts; directions for cooking 24 

Selection of lamb cuts; directions for cooking and recipes 23 30 33 

The self feeder for hogs 14 36 160 162 

Self feeders for hogs 170 

Semi-annual report on sire appraisal by contemporary comparison method 196 

Seminar abstracts 164 

Sequential analysis 220 

Serial publications in the library, 1953 238 

Sericulture and its prospects in Canada 141 

A series of six discussion papers on buttermaking, prepared for buttermakers' clubs. 99 



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A serious potato disease occurring in Newfoundland 152 

Services and careers in economics 132 

Services and revenue, December 14, 1962 209 

The services of the Dominion Department of Agriculture 86 

Settlement problems in northern New Brunswick 42 73 

Settlement problems in northwestern Quebec and northeastern Ontario. ... . 42 73 

Seven year's experience with the combined reaper-thresher, 1922-1928, on the Dominion 

Experimental Station, Swift Current, Sask 7 

The sheaf 1 70 

Sheep account and private record book 219 

The sheep barn 160 

The sheep blowfly and its control in Newfoundland 63 

Sheep dipping 1 1 14 36 160 

Sheep diseases in Canada 48 70 

Sheep husbandry in Canada 3 5 17 34 191 

Sheep in the Maritime Provinces 86 

Sheep in the Maritimes; a handbook for sheep club members 86 

The sheep industry in Canada, Great Britain and the United States; report of the 

Commissioners 193 

Sheep raising in Canada 67 

Sheep raising in central Alberta and a comparison of six breeds 5 

Sheep scab 182 

Sheep sorrel (Rumex acetosella L.) 217 

Shelterbelt trees 208 

Shelterbelts for the Peace River Region 67 

The shepherds calendar 47 

The Shepody River Dam, Albert County, N.B 197 

Shipping cattle to Britain 4 

Short course for grain elevator personnel under the auspices of the Board of Grain 

Commissioners for Canada and the Dominion Department of Agriculture 140 

Short course of instruction on forest insects for members of forest protection staff 148 

Short course of instruction on the most important diseases of forest trees caused by 

fungi 177 

Short films, 16 MM 189 

A short guide to Canadian genera of seed plants 5 37 72 

Short tales on farm economics, broadcast over C.K.U.A. under the auspices of the 

Agricultural Radio Committee, University of Alberta 132 

Should we grow certified potatoes? 86 

Showing the total of freight and refrigeration charges per package for a few principal 

packages and movements from British Columbia into the Prairie Provinces 178 

Sight sexing barred rock baby chicks 20 40 

Silage and silo construction for the Maritime Provinces 25 

Silage corn in the lower mainland of British Columbia 234 

Silage production 17 32 

Silage: sunflower, corn, sweet clover and other silages; their nature and composition 4 

Silo construction 29 160 

Simmental-sired vs. Charolais-sired cattle for beef production; second report 237 

Simple methods for the storage of ice 17 24 33 109 

A simple plough-equipment for applying liquid fumigants to the soil 142 

Simplifying 2, 4-D 16 44 

The siphonaptera of Canada 45 74 

Sire progeny test conducted at Fort Garry, Manitoba 195 

Size and colour minimums for apples 10 11 

Skim milk powder 56 174 

Skin scabies or mange of the fox 16 32 

Slaughter test for sheep 210 

Slough drainage and cropping 68 

Slough drainage - methods and costs 241 

Slug control in British Columbia 142 

Slug control in Canada 142 

Small canneries 45 74 

Small cold storages 108 



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Small cold storages and dairy buildings 3 19 37 109 

The small combine harvester in eastern Canada; a survey of 5 and 6 foot combines in 

1938 168 

Small fruits for central British Columbia 61 

Small scale market egg production on dairy farms in eastern Ontario, 1961 126 

Small unit library collection; procedure manual for cataloguing, classifying, filing, circulating, 

and binding the literature collections 190 

Smut diseases of cultivated plants in Canada 47 

Smut diseases of cultivated plants; their cause and control 5 153 

Smuts affecting wheat 149 

Snow and wind control for farmstead and feedlot 69 

Snow utilization in prairie agriculture 20 39 

So called infectious bronchitis of fowls (Laryngotracheitis) 206 

A socio-economic study of rural areas of P.E.I., 1959 132 

Sociological considerations in economic development 132 

Soft pork; an investigation into its character and causes 151 

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conservation 168 

drifting control and shelterbelt conference held at Brandon, Manitoba, December I, 1954. 
Proceedings 171 



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drifting control in the Prairie Provinces 10 17 34 

drifting, its causes and control 48 

erosion and land use survey, Hope township project area, Durham county, Ont 168 

erosion by water 55 

erosion by wind; cause, damage, and control 62 

examination for farmers 11 

fertility; its economic maintenance and increase 3 155 

horizons 213 

maintenance and pruning methods for peaches and apricots 40 72 

management 59 

management practices in the Upper Peace River region 51 

moisture and crop production 7 

moisture and crop production under dry land conditions in western Canada 18 35 

moisture estimator program system 96 

moisture, wind erosion and fertility of some Canadian Prairie soils 74 

salinity and drainage problems; causes, effects, management 64 

science, Research Station, CDA, Lethbridge, Alberta 237 



survey of Antigonish County, Nova Scotia 212 

survey of Argenteuil, Two Mountains and Terrebonne Counties 214 

survey of Cape Breton Island 212 

survey of Colchester County, Nova Scotia 211 

survey of Cumberland County, Nova Scotia 211 

survey of Digby County, Nova Scotia 212 

survey of Gatineau and Pontiac Counties, Quebec 214 

survey of Guysborough County, Nova Scotia 212 

survey of Halifax County, Nova Scotia 212 

survey of Hants County, Nova Scotia 212 

survey of Kings County, Nova Scotia 212 

survey of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia 212 

survey of Montreal, Jesus and Bizard Islands in the Province of Quebec 168 

survey of Pictou County, Nova Scotia 211 

survey of Prince Edward Island 168 

survey of Prince Edward Island 86 

survey of Queens County, Nova Scotia 212 

survey of Shefford, Brome and Missisquoi counties 168 

survey of Shelbourne County, Nova Scotia 212 

survey of Soulanges and Vaudreuil counties in the Province of Quebec 168 

survey of Southeast Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands, British Columbia 211 

survey of southwestern New Brunswick 211 

survey of Stanstead, Richmond, Sherbrooke and Compton counties in the Province of 

Quebec 41 73 

Soil survey of the Andover-Plaster Rock area, New Brunswick 211 



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Soil survey of the Annapolis Valley fruit growing area 42 73 21 1 

Soil survey of the experimental station and substations of the Canada Department of 

Agriculture in Saskatchewan 87 

Soil survey of the Fredericton-Gagetown area, New Brunswick 40 72 21 1 

Soil survey of the Kettle River Valley in the Boundary District of British Columbia 211 

Soil survey of the lower Fraser Valley 38 72 210 

Soil survey of the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys 210 

Soil survey of the Peace River area in British Columbia ... 21 1 

Soil survey of the Prince George area, British Columbia . . 210 

Soil survey of the Quesnel, Nechako, Frangois Lake and Bulkley-Terrace areas in the central 

interior of British Columbia 210 

Soil survey of the Upper Columbia River Valley in the East Kootenay District of British 

Columbia 211 

Soil survey of the Upper Kootenay and Elk River valleys in the East Kootenay District of 

British Columbia 210 

Soil survey of the Woodstock area, New Brunswick 42 73 21 1 

Soil survey of Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia 212 

Soil survey report of southeastern New Brunswick 168 21 1 

Soil temperature records at eight localities in Canada, 1959-1960 214 

Soil texture in relation to tobacco growing in British Columbia 9 

Soil treatment for Japanese beetle control 204 

Soiling crops for dairy farming in the eastern provinces and British Columbia 159 

Soilless culture of commercial greenhouse tomatoes 69 

Soilless growth of hydroponics 66 185 

Soils and Fertilizer Committee. Report of the meeting 76 

The soils of Prince Edward Island 6 

Soils of the Fort Nelson area of British Columbia 211 

Soils of the Slave River Lowland in the Northwest Territories 214 

Soils of the Tofino-Ucluelet Lowland of British Columbia 211 

Soils of the Upper Fraser Valley in the Rocky Mountain Trench of British Columbia 211 

Soils of the Upper Mackenzie River area, Northwest Territories 87 

Soils; their origin and nature 158 

Solonetzic soils and their management 67 

Some aspects of residence patterns and motorization on Canadian farms 132 

Some comments on the use of the x-ray diffractometer 106 

Some common poultry diseases 195 

Some common tree diseases of British Columbia 100 

Some economic and sociological information about the Interlake Region of Manitoba, 

1960 132 

Some economic aspects of apple production 132 

Some economic aspects of cooperative business in Canada, 1948 132 

Some economic aspects of Cyprian agriculture 132 

Some economic aspects of marshland reclamation in the Maritime Provinces 132 

Some effects of herbicidal oils on the physiology of plants 100 

Some effects of light on the growth of certain wood species 100 

Some entomological equipment 232 

Some essentials of safe grain storage 102 

Some facts worth serious thought by Canadian farmers 219 

Some flowering bulbs 6 

Some forest insect and disease problems of Canada 177 

Some implications of socio-economic research, with special reference to ARDA. 89 132 

Some methods of collecting and handling straw 168 

Some methods of handling and stacking baled hay and straw on the Prairie Provinces. . . 241 

Some notes gleaned from the work of the dairy record centres in 1912 110 

Some notes on agriculture for presentation to productivity council 132 

Some notes on the Canadian trade in food products, etc. with Bermuda and Jamaica. . . .110 
Some observations on the marketing of feeder lambs and breeding ewes off ranches in 

western Canada 132 

Some observations on. ..varieties of potatoes 204 

Some of the factors that control the water-content of butter 107 

Some phases of dairying in Denmark 107 

Some preliminary observations of sunscald in Douglas fir 177 



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Some recommendations on standard limits and formats for presentation of agroclimatic 

analyses 94 

Some remarks and suggestions relating to photography as bearing on the methods and 
processing of photography used by the entomologist in the field and field laboratory. . .149 
Some suggestions for discussion on range sheep production and marketing in western 

Canada 132 

Some trends in experimentation and research in the Prairie Provinces presumable in 

agriculture 168 

Some uses of plant hormones 15 38 

Some varieties of tobacco recommended for the Province of Quebec 161 

The South Saskatchewan River Dam 208 

South Saskatchewan River project (central Saskatchewan development) summary report of 

investigations 133 

South Saskatchewan River Project; construction progress report 208 

South Saskatchewan River Project, 1958-1967 208 

Southern corn leaf blight 87 

The soybean situation in Canada 175 

Soybeans 19 22 30 38 44 90 

Soybeans in Canada 28 

Special Barley Committee. Report 87 

Special chicken and fowl recipes 174 

The special early wheat test 105 

Special instructions for planting evergreens 13 32 

Special report on glanders 183 

Special report on maladie du coit or dourine 183 

Special report on Pictou cattle disease 183 

Special report on Sarcosporidiae and their association with "loco" disease and dourine. . 183 

Special study of Ontario farm homes and homemakers 133 

Specialization and hybridization of wheat stem rust, Puccinia graminis tritici, in Canada. . . 9 

Specific gravity - a new method of testing eggs for hatchability 206 

Specific methods for testing for the development of resistance in insects 223 

Specifications for the color of butter 114 

Spectral reflections of branches from fourteen different fruit trees, Kelowna, British Columbia, 

1964 133 

Spiders 65 

Spinach. Strawberries. Dairy foods 174 

Spoilage of farm-stored grain by molds, insects and mites in western Canada 68 

Spot news from abroad on agricultural developments 116 

Spray calendar for nursery stock, 1944 139 

Spray residue investigations 241 

Spray schedules for pear orchards especially subject to pear psylla and codling moth. . . 141 

Spraying calendar 185 

Spraying for insects affecting apple orchards in Nova Scotia 138 

Spraying for the prevention of fungous diseases 150 

Sprays and dusts for grasshopper control 142 



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ng and fall work in the rose garden 185 

ng and winter wheat for eastern Canada 47 

ng and winter wheat varieties for Ontario. 30 



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ion Committee for Western Canada. Report and recommendations 168 

ion in Alberta, 1949 133 

ion in eastern Canada 169 

ion of fruit trees and vegetables in British Columbia 47 

ion of orchards in British Columbia 22 44 

ion on ranches in the southern interior of British Columbia 62 

ion requirements for tree fruits in the Okanagan valley 57 

The spruce budworm and forest management in the Maritime Provinces 142 

The spruce budworm and its control 145 

The spruce budworm in New Brunswick 53 

Squash and pumpkin 58 

Squash bug 143 

The squash vine borer 149 

Standard control recommendations for the gladiolus thrips 142 



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Standard descriptions of registered oat varieties 8 17 34 

Standard descriptions of vegetables. A guide to seed growers 8 

Standard descriptions of vegetables: beets and carrots. A guide to seed-growers 5 

Standard descriptions of vegetables: peas. A guide to seed growers 6 

Standard methods for the preparation of market poultry 18 35 

Standardized grades for eggs 205 

Standards for seed crops accepted for certification 202 

Standing crop certification standards 202 

Starting farming in Canada 62 133 

Statement by Right Honourable James G. Gardiner re new contract prices, British food 

contracts 87 

Statistical analyses of 4x4 balanced and partially balanced lattice design 169 

A statistical analysis of death rates of farm animals in Canada 133 

The statistical analysis of genetic linkage date 220 

Statistical basis and requirements for crop insurance programmes 133 

Statistical handbook 1 17 133 

Statistical handbook, 1926-1946 133 

Statistical information relating to the freight assistance policy for eastern Canada and British 

Columbia 202 

Statistical methods for seed analysts 203 

Statistical procedures 169 

Statistical procedures of rectangular lattice experimental designs 169 

Statistical telegraph code 200 

Statistics of production, domestic consumption, imports, exports and prices of Canadian 

farm products, 1925-1940 133 

Statistics of production, imports, exports, domestic disappearance, and prices of various 

farm products in Canada, 1927-1943 133 

The stave silo 151 

Steer feeding experiments in Prince Edward Island, 1912-1922 25 

Stem cracking and dry rot of celery 87 

The stem eelworm (Tylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Bastian) of narcissi 30 

Stem rust in western Canada 6 

Stem rust of cereals 19 38 

The stipitate hydnums of Nova Scotia 56 

Stock poisoning plants of the British Columbia ranges 53 

Stock-poisoning plants of western Canada 66 

The stockman's duty to conserve manures 159 

Storage of apples 21 43 

Storage of fruits and vegetables 87 

Storing bulbs 63 

Storing vegetables for later use 185 

Storm rainfall and runoff at Buffalo Gap, Saskatchewan 209 

Strawberries 150 174 

The strawberry and its cultivation in Canada 5 19 36 153 

Strawberry culture 149 

Strawberry culture in eastern Canada 52 

Strawberry culture, with descriptions and lists of varieties 152 

Strawberry desserts 174 

The strawberry enterprise in Nova Scotia 133 

Strawberry growing 16 45 

The strawberry root weevil 65 

The strawberry root weevil in British Columbia 136 155 

The strawberry root weevil, with notes on other insects affecting strawberries 24 

The strawberry weevil 149 

The striped cucumber beetle 143 

Structure and capacity of Canadian agriculture 133 

The structure of the Canadian agricultural labor force 133 

The structure of the Canadian manufacturing milk and cream industry 133 

Studies in cereal diseases 5 6 8 9 19 29 30 38 

Studies in cereal diseases; 'take-all', a destructive disease of wheat 27 

Studies in diseases of ornamental plants 30 

Studies in forest pathology 6 7 39 43 44 52 53 72 73 74 



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Studies in fruit diseases 13 14 29 31 32 33 

Studies in fruit diseases; apple scab 27 

Studies in North American Cleorini (Geometridae) 137 

Studies in potato diseases 7 29 

Studies in potato diseases; the black leg disease of potatoes. (Bacillus phytophthorus 

(Frank) Appel) 28 

Studies in raspberry diseases; mosaic, leaf curl, rosette and wilt 27 

Studies in strawberry bud differentiation 6 

Studies of take-all and its causal organism, Ophiobolus graminis Sacc 9 

Studies of the balsam woolly aphid, Adelges piceae (Ratz) and its effects on balsam fir, 

Abies balsamea (L.) Mill 46 

Studies on moulds and yeasts in creamery butter 28 

Studies on non-washing of butter 87 

Studies on the atropellis canker disease of lodgepole pine in Alberta 177 

Studies on the spruce budworm (Cacoecia fumiferana Clem.) 3 137 

A study of apple production in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, 1949 133 

A study of Canadian manufacturing milk and cream producers 133 

Study of changes in farm organization in Reston-Cromer Area, Manitoba, 1965 133 

A study of changes in the farm business in the Athabaska area of northern Alberta, 1945- 

1951 133 

A study of crop yields in Alberta 133 

A study of factors associated with land values in the proposed South Saskatchewan River 

development 133 

Study of farming and economics and social adjustment problems of Foam Lake 

Saskatchewan, 1961-63 134 

A study of farms and farm people in Renfrew County Ontario 134 

A study of land settlement in the Prince George-Smithers area, British Columbia 44 73 

A study of pioneer farming in the fringe areas of the Peace River, Alberta, 1942 43 73 

A study of price determination in the Alberta hog market 55 

A study of rural problems in Madawaska County, New Brunswick 134 

A study of some crop yields in Manitoba 134 

A study of the carotinoid pigments of wheat and flour with special reference to wheat 

varieties 9 

A study of the dressed hog 17 33 

A study of the effect of environmental factors on the variability of physiologic forms of 

Puccinia graminis tritici, Erikss. and Henn 8 

A study of the farm business in the Carlyle-Moosomin area of southwest Saskatchewan, 

1948 134 

A study of the genus Masonaphis Hille Ris Lambers 1939, (Homoptera Aphidae) 235 

A study of the marketing of Canadian apples in relation to the feasibility of a national 

marketing board 197 

A study of the marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in Metropolitan Toronto 134 

A study of vegetable production and marketing in Saskatchewan 134 

Sub-committee on Plant Introduction and Sources of Breeding Material. Report 87 

Subject classification list and revised project classification 101 

Subject-to-grade and dockage ticket and selling of stored grain 102 

Submission of the Board of Grain Commissioners for Canada to the Royal Grain Inquiry 

Commission re "Grading by protein." 102 

Subsidies for cold storage warehouses 108 

Success in dairy farming 91 

Sudan grass 90 

Sugar beet experiments 175 

The sugar-beet nematode in Ontario 140 

Sugar beet variety tests and seed production, conducted at the Dominion Experimental 

Station - Saanichton, B.C. from 1915 to 1946 239 

Sugar beets 175 

"Sugar savers" kitchen-tested ration stretchers 174 

Suggestion Award Committee. Annual report 76 

Suggestion award programme; report 76 

Suggestion award winners: report 76 

Suggestions for egg circle members 205 

Suggestions for foundation stock seed growing 185 



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Suggestions for improvement on class "B" fairs in western Canada 195 

Suggestions for the Christmas season 174 

Suggestions in regard to spraying for the prevention of fungous diseases during 1893. 169 
Suitablility for irrigation of water from lakes and streams in the southern interior of British 

Columbia 59 

Sulphur dioxide preservation of fruits 59 

Sulphur dusting of grain plots for control of rust 29 

Summary by countries of nursery stock imported, 1952-1953 204 

Summary by ports of nursery stock imported 204 

Summary data sheet 216 

Summary investigations on systemic insecticides in Canada 144 

Summary - methods of seeding, 1950-1960, Swift Current 242 

Summary of aldrin and dieldrin investigations, 1950 144 

Summary of annual reports. 1955-58 241 

Summary of changes in regulations for production and sale of certified seed potatoes. . . 204 

Summary of claims acceptable for labels of Canadian insecticides and miticides 145 

Summary of country elevator receipts at individual prairie points. Crop year 102 

Summary of DDT investigations (second report) 140 

Summary of experiments with DDT at Vineland station, Ontario 149 

A summary of field crop yields in a number of localities in Canada 230 

Summary of illustrated lectures on seed grain 218 

A summary of literature pertaining to latent evaporation and its application to soil moisture 

estimation and irrigation scheduling 93 

Summary of new laws and regulations affecting agriculture 76 

Summary of new laws and regulations affecting agriculture passed at the 1934 session of 

Parliament 87 

Summary of nursery stock exports 204 

Summary of parasite and predator liberation in Canada 232 

Summary of parathion investigation 144 

Summary of particulars regarding prize winning and commendable seed exhibits at seed 

fairs in Alberta, 218 

Summary of particulars regarding prize winning and commendable seed exhibits at seed 

fairs in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta 218 

Summary of particulars regarding prize winning and commendable seed exhibits at seed 

fairs in Saskatchewan and Alberta, 218 

Summary of pasture experiments on Dominion Experimental Farms in Eastern Canada 76 
Summary of points discussed at the Divisional Conference, Montreal, Nov. 21-22, 1952. 177 
Summary of proceedings of the All-Canadian Agricultural Conference, held in the office of 

the Minister of Agriculture for Canada, March 1 1th and 12th, 1930 87 

Summary of production of grain in Western Canada.. Primary marketings, by producers and 

total inspections 102 

Summary of progress made in connection with the classification of land areas based on 
suitability for wheat production in the rural municipalities of south central Saskatchewan. 134 
Summary of reports from vegetable growers on co-operators in the Northwest who have 

received vegetable seeds from the division of horticulture for trial 185 

Summary of reports presented at the.. .annual Federal-Provincial Agricultural 

Conference.. .covering present situation and prospects in Canadian agriculture 187 

Summary of research results 225 

Summary of results; Cereals 153 

Summary of results; Field Husbandry 153 

Summary of results; Forage Plants 153 

Summary of results; Horticulture 153 

Summary of results of competitions in standing fields of seed grain, Ontario 218 

Summary of results of competitions in standing fields of seed grain, Quebec, New 

Brunswick, Nova Scotia 219 

Summary of results of competitions in standing fields of seed grain, Saskatchewan and 

Alberta 219 

Summary of results of nursery inspection 204 

Summary of Saskatchewan grasshopper infestations and ratings of probable outbreaks. 145 
Summary of short course for grain elevator personnel under auspices of the Board of Grain 

Commissioners for Canada and the Canada Department of Agriculture 102 

A summary of statistics relative to the enquiry into the price of farm machinery 134 



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A summary of the prevalence of plant diseases in the Dominion of Canada, 1920-1924. 5 

Summary of three years experiments on the tobacco station at Harrow, Ont 155 156 

Summary of trip made by J. A. Steele and H.F. Snyder to American Dairy Breed 

Associations 195 

Summary of weather records, 1914-1958, Research Station, Kentville, N.S 55 

Summary report for the Tree Nursery, Indian Head 207 

Summary report on biting-fly studies in Canada in 1956 149 

Summary results of competitions in standing fields of seed grain, 1906, as shown by judges' 

score cards 218 

Summation of the potato breeding trials in the regions in Canada, and the trial plans for 

1970 213 

The summer-fallow in Manitoba 19 36 

Summer vegetables 57 87 

Summerland Experimental Station. Summarized report, 1929-40 87 

Sunflower production for grain 92 

Sunflower production on Manitoba farms 134 

Sunflower seed production 52 

Supplemental irrigation in the proposed South Saskatchewan River irrigation project. . . .134 

Supplementary forage crops for the Maritime Provinces 62 

Supplementary information on the control of clothes moths and carpet beetles 149 

Supplementary variety tests with cereal crops 105 

The suppression of two insects affecting troops 87 

Surface taint butter 28 

A survey of alfalfa seed production in northern Saskatchewan 203 

Survey of Canadian meat research; resources and activities 214 

A survey of Canadian plants in relation to their environment 4 

Survey of commercial application of agricultural chemicals in Canada 144 

Survey of common barberry (Berberis vulgaris L.) and the European buckthorn (Rhamnus 

cathartica L.) in Eastern Ontario, 1952 101 

Survey of common barberry (Berberis vulgaris L.) in Southwestern Ontario 101 

Survey of oil content, iodine value, and protein content of Western Canadian flaxseed. . . 229 

A survey of ranching problems 224 

A survey of Saskatchewan's forage crop program 134 

Survey of the condition of birch in Ontario 177 

A survey of the European buckthorn and common barberry in Southern Manitoba, 1957. 101 

A survey of the law of water in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba 54 

Survey of the Okanagan Valley fruit orchards for soil inhabiting and root parasitic 

nematodes, June 1955 149 

Survey of the prevalence of common plant diseases in the Dominion of Canada 231 

A survey of the problems of the range livestock industry in British Columbia, 1931 224 

Survey of the production and marketing of potatoes in Alberta 134 

A survey of the production and marketing of potatoes in Saskatchewan 134 

Survey of the protein content of Western Canadian rye 229 

A survey of the vascular plants of Lambton County, Ontario 232 

Survey of weeds of cultivated land in the Prairie Provinces 239 

Survey on Analytical Control Laboratories Plant Products Division, Ottawa 196 

Survival of a vision 23 

Sweet clover in western Canada 52 

Sweet clover; results of experiments at the Dominion Experimental Farm, Brandon, 

Manitoba 26 28 

Sweet clover - the truth 157 

Sweet-cream butter 107 

The sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas Poir) 185 

The sweetclover weevil 142 

The Swift Current Research Station, 1920-1970 23 

Swine breeding 57 

Swine diseases 70 

Swine diseases in Canada. . 54 

Swine feeding experiments at the Dominion Experimental Farm, Agassiz, British 

Columbia. 46 

Swine husbandry in Canada 2 6 191 193 

Swine husbandry in central Alberta 5 



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Swine husbandry in the United Kingdom and Denmark; report of The Canadian 

Commission 87 193 

Swine production 20 39 69 

Swinging boom hay stacker 170 

Symposium digest 189 

Symposium on birch dieback. Report 177 

Symposium on birch dieback, held in Ottawa, March 21, 22, 1952 87 

Symposium on minimum tillage, 1970. Proceedings 213 

A synopsis of the dairy enterprise on 81 selected farms in the North Okanagan Valley, 

British Columbia, 1960-1961 134 

The system of soil classification for Canada 69 

Systematic insecticides 148 

T.V. food views 172 

Table of transformation \j x + 1/2. 220 

Tableau : 213 

Tables for computing yields of forage crops 6 

Tables of daily degree-days above or below any base temperature 67 

Take-all - a root-rot of cereal crops 13 31 

Tankage: its value in swine feeding 20 40 

Tankage, its value in livestock and poultry feeding 17 34 

Taxation in relation to livestock production on the short grass plains 224 

Taxation in rural Ontario 3171 

Taxation reform 134 

A taxonomic revision of the triaspidine braconid wasps of Nearctic America 

(Hymenoptera). 50 

Teas and receptions 174 

Telegraphic report 179 

Tender ways with beef 174 

Tent caterpillars 138 

Tentative recommendations for the use of benzene hexachloride in the control of wireworms 

in tobacco soils 142 

Tentative recommendations for the use of DDT against agricultural pests in 1946 140 

Tentative resazurin test to determine the microbial quality of fresh and frozen vegetables. 99 

Termite control in Ontario 140 

Termites and their control in British Columbia 49 

Tested recipes; grape delicacies 179 

Testing and vitality of seeds 149 

Testing for resistance to the blister rust disease of western white pine in British 

Columbia 177 

The testing of milk, cream and dairy by-products by means of the Babcock test 3 109 

The testing of milk, cream, butter, cheese and dairy by-products 8 18 36 

Testing Swedish Landrace swine in Canada 44 74 169 

Testing the producer's milk for quality 7 

Tests for milk, cream, butter, cheese, ice cream and dairy by-products 36 

Tests of significance 220 

Third report of Committee on Grasshopper Research appointed by the American Association 

of Economic Entomologists. Part 3. Work conducted in Canada 140 

This month with CDA; a review of agricultural news 187 

This week in the arboretum 231 

Thrifty meals with canned vegetables 67 

Tick paralysis; an appraisal of natural and experimental data 24 

Ticks affecting man and dogs in Canada 69 

Tile drainage of the farm 158 

Tillage research for Saskatchewan 87 

Time for decisions 103 

To prevent mould on butter 114 

Tobacco culture 151 

Tobacco culture in Canada 157 221 

Tobacco growing in British Columbia 221 

Tobacco growing in Canada 9 19 37 155 

Tobacco-growing in southwestern Ontario 5 

Tobacco hornworm control in eastern Canada 141 



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Tobacco in British Columbia 19 38 

Tobacco; manures in tobacco culture 220 

Tobacco; preparation of the seedlings and the care to be given to them 220 

The tobacco seed-bed 155 

Tobacco soils and fertilizers 15 40 

Tobacco types and varieties 15 40 

Tomato culture 28 91 161 

Tomato culture; mushroom culture; forcing rhubarb in winter 161 

Tomato diseases 4 21 42 70 

Tomato hornworm 143 

Tomato seed production and extraction 185 

Tomato variety and strain test 185 

Tomato variety trials 226 

Tomatoes for processing in Quebec 134 

Too much fat on too many pigs 87 

Top grafting 157 160 161 

Total Canadian milk production and utilization, 1931-1947 114 

Total confinement rearing of turkeys 169 

Total production by variety and province... potato crop, in bushels 204 

Tour notes; Ottawa visit of the Montreal Section, Canadian Food Technologists Association, 

Nov. 14, 1953, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa 87 

Traction problems with mounted tillage implements 52 

Translations available 189 

Transplanting trees and shrubs 59 

Transport wagon 1 70 

Transportation and storage newsletter 77 

Trap-nests 11158 

Trapping moles 12 14 37 

Travelling regulations and instructions 87 

Treatment for cereal smuts 12 

Treatment of apple scab, grape and gooseberry mildew 150 

Treatment of cereal seed 22 45 

Treatment of dugout water for domestic use 241 

Tree Breeding Section. Report 228 

Tree diseases in Saskatchewan and Manitoba 177 

Tree fruit growing in the interior of British Columbia 87 

Tree fruit rootstocks 185 

Tree fruits for the Prairies 61 

Tree fruits of the Okanagan Valley 87 

Tree nurseries 209 

Tree Nursery, Indian Head. Summary report 207 

Tree Physiology Section. Report 228 

Tree planting around dams and dugouts 14 37 

Tree-planting on the prairies of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta 8 19 37 

Trees and shrubs tested in Manitoba and the North-West Territories 151 

Trees for ornamental planting 51 

Trees for prairie farm planting 228 

Trees, shrubs and vines in home beautification 189 

Trends in Canada's agricultural trade pattern 134 

Trends in locker plants and home freezers 134 

Trends in the Canadian tobacco industry, 1920-1934 16 31 

Trends towards pest management and their economic implications 88 

Trial shipments of peaches in 1910 108 

Trials of garden annuals 231 

Trichomoniasis in cattle 98 

Tuber flea beetle 143 

The tuber flea beetle in British Columbia 49 

The tuber flea beetle in British Columbia and its control 140 141 

Tuber unit planting; a circular for certified seed potato growers 204 

Tuberculin studies relative to potency determinations 9 

Tuberculosis 150 

Tuberculosis; a plain statement of facts regarding the disease 183 



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Tuberculosis in cattle 180 

Tuberculosis of fowls 205 

Tuberous begonias 65 185 

Tubular heat exchange equipment for processing honey 98 

Tumor viruses of the fowl, with special reference to avian leukosis, including marek's 

disease 24 

Turf for sports use 8 

Turkey by the piece 174 

Turkey for everyone 63 174 

Turkey - ready to cook, eviscerated 174 

Turkey rolls 60 

Turkey - the king of poultry 174 

Turkey - whole - halves - quarters 174 

Turkeys, their care and management 4 8 18 35 

Twenty-one years' work (1919-1940) for the improvement of the Canadian horse breed, as 

carried on at the St. Joachim horse farm 169 

Two insects affecting cane fruits in British Columbia 10 

Two methods of wintering bees for the Prairie Provinces 15 39 

Two orchard scale insects; the San Jose scale and the oyster-shell scale 11 

Two ton tractor trailer 170 

Types of farming in Canada 19 22 38 45 134 

The U.S.S.R. agricultural exhibition, Moscow; a report by the delegation from the Canada 

Department of Agriculture 88 

Uniformity standards of measurement 215 

The United States Federal Import Milk Act 1 

Upright cinquefoil (Potentilla monspeliensis L) 217 

Urban family expenditures for certain milk products, 1957 134 

Uredinales 55 

The use and possible effects of live virus-vaccine as a means of preventing distemper on fox 

and mink farms 15 

Use DDT on potatoes in 1946 141 

The use of aerial photo in the change of land use in south-western Saskatchewan 134 

Use of aerial surveys in P.F.R.A. work 207 

The use of aircraft in Canadian agriculture, 1957 134 

The use of annual forages 90 

The use of brine tank refrigerator cars for fruit shipment 109 

The use of coarse grains for human food 155 

The use of colchichine 185 

Use of DDT in practical experiments and demonstrations 140 

The use of DDT on vegetable crops 141 

The use of ice on the farm 108 

Use of irrigation water on farm crops 7 16 32 

The use of pepsin as substitute or partial substitute for rennet in the manufacture of 

cheese 111 

The use of possible effects of live virus-vaccine as a means of preventing distemper on fox 

and mink farms 38 

The use of power equipment in the improvement of Alberta bush lands 21 42 

Use of power machinery in bush land improvement in northeastern Saskatchewan ... 22 44 

The use of random number tables 220 

The use of synthetic B-carotene for coloring butter 114 

The use of thermosetting plastic for the preservation of leaves in natural colour 143 

Using savory herbs 66 

The utility poultry house 158 

The utilization of the forest reserve for summer sheep pasture 16 31 

Utilization of the forest reserve for summer sheep range 32 

Vacant lot gardening in 1917 187 

Vai Marie irrigation project 207 

Value for food dollars 66 

Value of castration and docking 219 

The value of grading to the poultry service 195 

Values of surface applications of limestone and superphosphate on Dikeland and Upland 
pastures 55 



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Variation in fat constants of genuine Canadian milk fat 106 

Variations in the protein content of Western Canadian wheat, 1927-1938 228 

Varietal identification of barley, wheat and small oilseeds by kernel characters 103 

Varietal studies of flue-cured, burley and dark tobaccos 9 

Varieties of burley tobacco for southern Ontario 61 

Varieties of grain recommended by the Dominion Cerealist 157 158 

Varieties of grain recommended for use in Canada 162 

Varieties of linseed flax 47 

Varieties of merit in Canadian vegetable trials 230 

Varieties of red raspberries for eastern Canada 60 

Varieties of tobacco recommended for the Province of Quebec 11 

Varieties of tree fruits for Prince Edward Island 20 40 

Varieties of wheat, oats and barley 159 

Variety notes on some tree fruits grown in prairie orchards 21 43 239 

Variety testing work in Eastern Ontario 104 

Vat and churning numbers on cheese and butter packages 10 

The vegetable garden 20 30 39 

Vegetable gardening at home and on vacant lots 156 

Vegetable gardening practices for the Prairie Provinces 54 

Vegetable growing 22 45 

Vegetable growing in the coast area of British Columbia 9 18 34 

Vegetable hybrids and varieties developed and introduced by the Experimental Station, 

Morden, Manitoba from 1944 to 1951 (incl.) 169 

Vegetable insects and their control 9 137 

Vegetables for prairie farms 19 38 

Ventilation of dairy, poultry and pig buildings 57 

Ventilation of farm buildings 153 

Ventilation of livestock buildings 67 

Verticillium wilt of hops 101 

Vertici Ilium wilt of potatoes and its cure 47 

Veterinarian's handbook of poisonous and injurious plants of the Prairie Provinces 238 

Veterinary medical entomology, Research Station, CDA, Lethbridge, Alta 237 

Vinegar making on the farm 99 

Virus-free cherry budwood available to nurserymen 101 

Visible grain supplies and disposition. Crop year 102 

The visit of the tenant-farmer delegates to Canada in 1890 88 

Vitamin "A" in swine feeding 41 72 

Vitamin B now a plus health value in flour and bread 88 

Vitamins in flour and bread (June report) 105 

Wage-earners by occupations 104 

The walnut caterpillar and its control 10 

Warble flies. The economic aspect and contribution on the biology 180 

Warble flies and their control in Canada 30 

Warble flies: Hypoderma lineatum, Villers and Hypoderma bovis, De Geer 181 

Wartime activities of Agricultural Food Board 89 

Wartime activities of Agricultural Supplies Board 93 

Wartime canning; jams and jellies 23 42 

Wartime exports of Canadian farm products 135 

Wartime exports of Canadian farm products and post-war developments 135 

The wartime garden 92 

Wartime home canning of fruits and vegetables 174 

Wartime jams and jellies 174 

Wartime maple syrup recipes 174 

Wartime pickles and relishes. 174 

The wartime subsidy program of the Dominion Department of Agriculture 135 

Wartime sugar savers 174 

The washing and sterilization of farm dairy utensils 12 

Watch for the cereal leaf beetle 66 



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Water allocation and utilization in the Saskatchewan River Basin 135 

Water development; individual project 207 

Water development manual for field offices 209 

Water development under the Prairie farm rehabilitation program 88 209 

Water development under the Prairie farm rehabilitation program; dugouts, stockwatering \^ 

dams, irrigation projects, community projects 209 

Water for prairie communities 209 

Water problem? Try PFRA water development service for personal friendly reliable 

action 209 

Water relations and forest distribution in the Douglas-fir region on Vancouver Island 55 

Water rights sample plans for water development, field manual 209 

The waxing of turnips for the retail market 57 

Ways of using fish 88 

Weather modification: a survey of the present status with respect to agriculture 214 

Weather of the growing season in the clay belt of western Quebec and northern Ontario. . 61 

Weather report for the week ending 96 

Weather summary and comparative data 96 

Weed control and weed biology in Canada 101 

Weed control (Eastern Canada) 171 

Weed control in eastern Canada and British Columbia 90 

Weed control in field and horticultural crops 235 

Weed control in the Prairie Provinces 90 

Weed eradication methods applicable in eastern Canada and British Columbia 171 

Weed eradication projects conducted on the Dominion Experimental Farms 171 

Weed seeds commonly found in timothy, alsike and red clover seeds 110 

Weeds 150 

Weeds and weed seeds 28217 

Weeds of Canada 50 

Weeds seeds 203 

Weekly crop and market report 199 

Weekly letter 241 

Weekly live stock market report 199 

The weights and branding of dairy butter 1 1 14 34 

Weights and conversion factors for Canadian agricultural products 58 

The western cedar borer (Trachykele blondeli Mars) 28 

Western Forage Crops Committee. Report of the meeting 164 

Western Forage Crops Conference. Report of the meeting 169 

Western prairie soils; their nature and composition 3 154 

Western Sheep Improvement Committee. Report 88 

The western wheat-stem sawfly and its control 24 

The Weyburn Region of Saskatchewan 115 

What farmers say of their personal experience in the Canadian North-West 88 

What you need to know about wool 88 

What you should know about coarse grains (barley, oats and rye) 67 

What you should know about farm woodlots 66 

What you should know about fruit production 65 

What you should know about grain elevators 69 

What you should know about meat and poultry inspection 65 

What you should know about oilseed crops 69 

What you should know about pest control 65 

What you should know about pollution and agriculture 70 

What you should know about pollution on the farm 68 

What you should know about seeds 68 

What you should know about soil 65 

What you should know about wheat 67 

Wheat as a feed for livestock 91 

Wheat as a feed for livestock and poultry 46 

The wheat stem sawfly situation in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta for 1941 149 

When should potatoes be planted to obtain maximum crops? 162 

Whey as a feed for hogs 92 

White burley tobacco in Canada 5 156 

White clover in Canada 91 



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White grubs 143 

White grubs and their control in eastern Canada 19 38 

The white-marked tussock moth and its control on shade and orchard trees 138 

White navy beans 174 

White pine blister rust 11 

The white pine weevil in Ontario 52 

White scour in calves 91 

The wholesale marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in the city of Montreal, 1937 . . .135 
The wholesale marketing of fresh fruits and vegetables in the city of Toronto. ... 38 72 135 

Wholesale prices of agricultural products 200 

Why an agricultural information service 189 

Why and how to organize a poultry pool 193 

Why and how to use buttermilk 10 

Why and how to use cheese 23 24 31 

Why and how to use cottage cheese 10 13 32 

Why and how to use cream 10 

Why and how to use milk 23 25 31 1 14 

Why and how to use skim-milk 10 13 31 

Why pasteurize milk 23 29 35 

Wild oat gene pool; a collection maintained by the Canada Department of Agriculture. . . 70 

Wild oats and false wild oats, their nature and distinctive characters 217 

Wild plants of the Canadian Prairies 51 

Wild rice 67 88 101 214 

Windbreaks, a list of references 190 

Windbreaks for the Peace River region 51 

Wing bands for 1953 195 

Winter egg production 205 

The winter feeding of beef cattle in Ontario 25 

The winter finishing of steers in Western Nova Scotia 25 

The winter finishing of steers in western Quebec 25 

Winter (horse) and spring (cattle) ticks and their control 144 

Winter shelter for beef cows 225 

Winter steer feeding 159 

Winter steer feeding in Manitoba 25 

Winter storage cargoes of Canadian grain afloat at Canadian and United States ports. .102 

Winter wheat production in western Canada 54 

Winter wheat varieties and their production in Alberta 22 44 

Wintering bees in Canada 5 19 25 39 156 

Wireworm control 25 

Wireworm control in the Prairie Provinces 143 

Wireworm control in western grain fields 91 

The wireworm problem in field crops of western Canada, a summary 149 

Wireworms 143 

Women of Canada; their life and work, 1901 88 

Woodlots on Ontario farms 47 135 

Woody climbers and ground covers for Canadian gardens 52 

Woody plant source list 232 

Wool and its manufacture 219 

Wool grading report 200 

Wool price calculator 219 

Wool production in Canada 48 

Wool, the warp and woof of Canadian life 88 

Work Committee on the Green River Project. Report 176 

Work in the rose garden 186 

Work of experimental stations in 1909 221 

The work of the Extension and Markets Division and Canada's export trade in farm 

products 110 

Work Planning Committee on Tree Fruit Breeding 214 

Work Planning Meeting on Agricultural Meteorology Proceedings 1971 214 

Work Planning Meeting on Beef Cattle Production Systems-Cow-Calf Operation and Feedlot 

Finishing in Cold Climates, 1971. Minutes 214 

Work Planning Meeting on Corn, Harrow, 1972. Report 214 



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Work Planning Meeting on Dairy and Beef Cattle Research, Ottawa, 1967. Proceedings. 214 

Work Planning Meeting on Forage Crops in Canada. Report 213 

Work Planning Meeting on High Density Orchards, Ottawa, 1972. Proceedings; report. 214 
Work Planning Meeting on Irrigation of Crops, Swift Current, Sask., 1969. Proceedings 214 

Work Planning Meeting on Minerals for Livestock, Saskatoon, 1970. Minutes 214 

Work-Planning Meeting on Orchard Pests at K.W. Neatby Building, Ottawa 214 

Work Planning Meeting on Organic Soils. Ottawa, 1968. Condensed report 88 

Work Planning Meeting on Potato Breeding. Report 213 

Work Planning Meeting on Reviewing Use Patterns for Organochlorine Insecticides and 
Parathion, Replacement Compounds and Priorities for Research, Ottawa, 1970. Report. 214 

Work Planning Meeting on Sheep Research, 3d, Ottawa, 1970. Proceedings 214 

Work Planning Meeting on Soil Drifting, Melfort, Sask., 1969 88 

Work Planning Meeting on Soil Organic Matter, 1970. Proceedings 214 

Work Planning Meeting on Soil Physics, Swift Current Sask., 1968. Proceedings 214 

Work Planning Meeting on Veterinary and Medical Entomology, Lethbridge, Alta, 1967. 

Proceedings 215 

Work Planning Meeting on Weed Control. Minutes 215 

Working procedures for the protection of "Health approved" seed 203 

World agriculture 135 

The world's sole manufacturer of protein, fats, carbohydrates and cloth fibres 158 

The yellow disease of hyacinths, Pseudemonas hyacinthi (Walker) E.F.S 28 

The yellow-headed spruce sawfly in Ontario 52 

Yield and relative value of some dairy products 12 111 



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