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The principal insect enemies of growing wheat

Author: C L Marlatt; United States. Department of Agriculture.
Publisher: Washington : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture : G.P.O., 1901.
Series: Farmers' bulletin (United States. Department of Agriculture), no. 132.
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Marlatt, C.L.
Principal insect enemies of growing wheat.
Washington : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1901
(OCoLC)903887102
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: C L Marlatt; United States. Department of Agriculture.
OCLC Number: 15046116
Notes: Cover title.
Description: 40 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction. pp. 5 --
The chinch bug (Blissus leucopterus Say). pp. 6 --
Distribution. pp. 7 --
Autumnal flight. pp. 9 --
Life cycle. pp. 9 --
Different stages. pp. 10 --
Habits. pp. 10 --
Migration. pp. 10 --
Crawl on ground. pp. 11 --
Preventives and remedies. pp. 11 --
Burning over waste land. pp. 11 --
Trap crops. pp. 11 --
Rotation. pp. 12 --
Plowing as a check. pp. 12 --
Spraying. pp. 12 --
Protecting furrows. pp. 12 --
Coal-tar barriers. pp. 12 --
Control by fungous diseases. pp. 12 --
The Hessian fly (Cecidomyia destructor Say). pp. 13 --
Economic importance and general characteristics. pp. 13 --
Distribution. pp. 14 --
Natural history and habits. pp. 15 --
Effect on wheat. pp. 19 --
Natural enemies. pp. 19 --
Preventive and remedial measures. pp. 20 --
Late planting of winter wheat. pp. 20 --
Burning stubble. pp. 21 --
Plowing under stubble. pp. 21 --
Rotation of crops. pp. 21 --
Trap or decoy plantings. pp. 21 --
Destruction of volunteer wheat. pp. 21 --
Growth of resistant wheats. pp. 22 --
The wheat midge (Diplosis tritici Kirby). pp. 22 --
Injury by larvae. pp. 22 --
Where they oviposit. pp. 23 --
Vitality of the larvae. pp. 23 --
Preventives. pp. 24 --
The wheat plant-louse (Nectarophora cerealis Kalt.). pp. 24 --
Origin. pp. 24 --
When it appears. pp. 25 --
Natural enemies. pp. 25 --
Cause of outbreaks. pp. 25 --
No remedy. pp. 26 --
The wheat straw-worms (Isosoma tritici Fitch and Isosoma grande Riley). pp. 26 --
The joint worm (Isosoma tritici Fitch). pp. 26 --
The wheat-straw worm (Isosoma grande Riley). pp. 27 --
Difference in appearance of the two broods. pp. 27 --
Parasitic enemies. pp. 28 --
Remedy. pp. 29 --
The wheat bulb-worm (Meromyza americana Fitch). pp. 29 --
Distribution. pp. 29 --
Remedies. pp. 30 --
The army worms (Leucania unipuncta Haw. and Laphygma frugiperda S. & A.). pp. 30 --
The army worm (Leucamia unipuncta Haw.). pp. 31 --
Description. pp. 31 --
The larvae. pp. 32 --
Number of generations. pp. 32 --
Preventives and remedies. pp. 32 --
Spraying. pp. 33 --
Distribution of poison across their line of march. pp. 33 --
Natural enemies. pp. 33 --
The grass worm, or any fall army worm (Laphygma frugiperda S. & A.). pp. 34 --
Remedies and precautions. pp. 34 --
The wheat sawflies. pp. 34 --
The stem-boring sawflies. pp. 35 --
How they pass the winter. pp. 35 --
Breeds in wheat. pp. 36 --
Western wheat sawfly (Cephus occidentalis Marlatt). pp. 36 --
Leaf-feeding sawflies. pp. 36 --
Grass sawfly (pachynematus extensicornis Nort.). pp. 27 --
Damage inconsiderable. pp. 38 --
Special precautions not necessary. pp. 38.
Series Title: Farmers' bulletin (United States. Department of Agriculture), no. 132.
Responsibility: by C.L. Marlatt, M.S., First Assistant Entomologist.

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