The Cotton Bollworm: A Summary of Its Life History and Habits with Some Results of Investigations in 1905 and 1906

The Cotton Bollworm: A Summary of Its Life History and Habits with Some Results of Investigations in 1905 and 1906

Date: 1907
Creator: Jones, Charles R. (Charles Richardson), 1879-
Description: Report discussing the life cycle of the cotton bollworm, favorable conditions for its spread, the nature of damage that can cause, and means of controlling it.
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Hibernation of the corn earworm in the central and northeastern parts of the United States

Hibernation of the corn earworm in the central and northeastern parts of the United States

Date: December 1942
Creator: Blanchard, R. A.
Description: Describes a scientific investigation into the hibernation patterns of the born earworm and emergence as moths in the central and northeastern United States.
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The Cotton Bollworm: Some Observations and Results of Field Experiments in 1904

The Cotton Bollworm: Some Observations and Results of Field Experiments in 1904

Date: 1905
Creator: Quaintance, A. L. (Altus Lacy), 1870-1958
Description: Report discussing the cotton bollworm, which is very destructive to the cotton plant, especially in the Southwestern states in the Cotton Belt of the United States. Contains reports on fieldwork conducted at two stations in Texas and a discussion of effective and ineffective methods of control.
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The Cotton Bollworm: An Account of the insect, With Results of Experiments in 1903

The Cotton Bollworm: An Account of the insect, With Results of Experiments in 1903

Date: 1904
Creator: Quaintance, A. L. (Altus Lacy), 1870-1958
Description: Report describing the cotton bollworm, an enemy of the cotton plant, especially in Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Discussion includes the bollworm's consequences for both cotton and corn as well as effective and ineffective methods of controlling it.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department