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 Serial/Series Title: Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture)
 Collection: Government Documents A to Z Digitization Project
Studies of methyl bromide in greenhouse and vault fumigation.

Studies of methyl bromide in greenhouse and vault fumigation.

Date: September 1943
Creator: Richardson, Henry H. (Henry Howe), 1906-; Johnson, A. C. (Alpha Cornelius), b. 1889.; Bulger, Jacob Work, 1887-; Casanges, A. H. & Johnson, George V. (George Victor), 1910-
Description: Describes the results of scientific research regarding the effectiveness of methyl bromide as an insecticide in greenhouse and vault fumigation.
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Three species of the genus Lygus and their relation to alfalfa seed production in southern Arizona and California.

Three species of the genus Lygus and their relation to alfalfa seed production in southern Arizona and California.

Date: November 1940
Creator: Stitt, Loyd L.
Description: Describes the characteristics of a variety of Lygus and its habits which lead to damaged alfalfa seed in southern Arizona and California.
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Timber growing and logging practice in the Northeast : measures necessary to keep forest land productive and to produce full timber crops.

Timber growing and logging practice in the Northeast : measures necessary to keep forest land productive and to produce full timber crops.

Date: March 1930
Creator: Dana, Samuel Trask, 1883-
Description: Discusses timber-growing in the different regions of the northeastern United States. Provides recommendations for maintaining productivity in forested areas.
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The yellow chapote, a native host of the Mexican fruitfly.

The yellow chapote, a native host of the Mexican fruitfly.

Date: July 1941
Creator: Plummer, C. C.; McPhail, M. & Monk, J. W.
Description: Describes the yellow chapote tree that grows in southern Texas and Mexico, its uses and benefits, and the damage that the Mexican fruitfly causes to the tree.
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