Barberry eradication in stem rust control : wheat, oats, barley, rye.

Barberry eradication in stem rust control : wheat, oats, barley, rye.

Date: December 1957
Creator: United States. Plant Pest Control Division.
Description: Discusses the spread of stem rust in wheat, oats, barley, and rye due to the presence of certain species of barberry bushes; discusses eradication of these barberry bushes to control stem rust.
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The green-bug or spring grain-aphis : how to prevent its periodical outbreaks.

The green-bug or spring grain-aphis : how to prevent its periodical outbreaks.

Date: 1939
Creator: Walton, William Randolph, 1873-1952.
Description: Describes the characteristics of the green-bug, the damage it causes to crops, and methods of control.
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How to control grasshoppers in cereal and forage crops.

How to control grasshoppers in cereal and forage crops.

Date: April 1932
Creator: Parker, J. R. (John Robert), 1884- & Walton, William Randolph, 1873-1952.
Description: Describes the grasshopper, the damage it causes to crops, and methods of control.
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The Chinch Bug and Its Control

The Chinch Bug and Its Control

Date: 1922
Creator: Horton, J. R. & Satterthwait, A. F.
Description: This bulletin discusses the chinch bug, an insect which destroys corn, wheat, oats, and forage sorghums in the United States. The chinch bug's life cycle and habits are discussed as well as conditions favorable to chinch bug outbreads and control measures.
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Kill barberry bushes that spread stem rust to grains.

Kill barberry bushes that spread stem rust to grains.

Date: April 1950
Creator: United States. Division of Plant Disease Control.
Description: Describes how to recognize rust-spreading barberry bushes and how to kill them. Explains how doing so can be beneficial both to individual farmers and the national economy.
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Some Insects Injurious to Stored Grain

Some Insects Injurious to Stored Grain

Date: 1897
Creator: Chittenden, F. H. (Frank Hurlbut), 1858-1929
Description: Report discussing insects which commonly cause damage to grain being kept in storage. Three of these insects -- the granary weevil, rice weevil and Angoumois grain moth -- develop and live within the kernels until they reach maturity while the other insects feed on grain in both its kernel and processed forms.
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How to Detect Outbreaks of Insects and Save the Grain Crops

How to Detect Outbreaks of Insects and Save the Grain Crops

Date: 1917
Creator: Walton, William Randolph, 1873-1952
Description: Report giving an overview of insects which commonly affect cereal grain: the Hessian fly, chinch bug, army worm, cutworms, grasshoppers, white grubs, billbugs, corn root-aphis, and wireworms. Discussion focuses on methods for preventing outbreaks of these harmful insects. Fall plowing is considered the most effective preventive measure.
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Cutworms and Their Control in Corn and Other Cereal Crops

Cutworms and Their Control in Corn and Other Cereal Crops

Date: 1916
Creator: Walton, William Randolph, 1873-1952 & Davis, John J. (John June), 1885-1965
Description: Report discussing cutworms and their life cycle, with special emphasis on how to identify cutworms, identify cutworm damage to plants, and prevent further damage to plants from cutworms.
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Destroy the Common Barberry

Destroy the Common Barberry

Date: May 1919
Creator: E. C. (Elvin Charles) Stakman, 1885-1979
Description: Discusses the importance of eradicating the common barberry bush in order to prevent the spread of the disease black stem rust to wheat, oats, barley, rye, and wild grasses. Farmers are advised to dig up all common barberry bushes; however, Japanese barberry bushes are harmless and can remain, or farmers may even replace common barberry bushes with Japanese barberry bushes.
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Destroy the Common Barberry

Destroy the Common Barberry

Date: August 1919
Creator: E. C. (Elvin Charles) Stakman, 1885-1979
Description: Discusses the importance of eradicating the common barberry bush in order to prevent the spread of the disease black stem rust to wheat, oats, barley, rye, and wild grasses. Farmers are advised to dig up all common barberry bushes; however, Japanese barberry bushes are harmless and can remain, or farmers may even replace common barberry bushes with Japanese barberry bushes.
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