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The chinch bug. (Blissus leucopterus Say.) /

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Series: Circular (United States. Bureau of Entomology) ; no.113.

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Washington, D.C. :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology,1909.

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Chinch-bugs , Control , Insect pests

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.63436

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Title

The chinch bug. (Blissus leucopterus Say.) /

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Series: Circular (United States. Bureau of Entomology) ; no.113.

By

Webster, F. M. (Francis Marion), 1849-1916

United States. Bureau of Entomology.
United States. Dept. of Agriculture.

Genre

Book

Publication info

Washington, D.C. :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology,1909.

Notes:

Caption title.

Circular No. 113.

"Issued November 13, 1909."

At head of title: United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology.

Contents: Introductiion. pp. 1.

Contents: Descriptions of the different stages. pp. 2.

Contents: Seasonal history. pp. 3.

Contents: Hibernation. pp. 5.

Contents: Food plants -- Losses caused by chinch bugs. pp. 7.

Contents: Natural enemies of the chinch bug -- The bobwhite or quail. pp. 9.

Contents: Other bird enemies -- The frog. pp. 10.

Contents: Insect enemies -- Natural checks other than animals. pp. 11.

Contents: Parasitic fungi. pp. 13.

Contents: Remedial and preventive measures -- Destruction of chinch bugs while in hibernation. pp. 14.

Contents: Sowing decoy plats of attractive grains or grasses in early spring -- Watchfulness during protracted periods of drought. pp. 16.

Contents: Difficulty of reaching chinch bugs in meadows. pp. 17.

Contents: Eliminating chinch bugs from Timothy meadows by crop rotation -- Utility of kerosene in fighting chinch bugs. pp. 18.

Contents: Utility of deeply plowed furrows supplemented by the use of kerosene emulsion. pp. 19.

Contents: The surface and coal-tar method -- The ridge and coal-tar method. pp. 20.

Contents: Other barrier methods. pp. 22.

Contents: The use of furrows without petroleum or coal tar -- Necessity for preventing chinch bugs from becoming established in fields of wheat and grass. pp. 23.

Contents: Summary of remedial and preventive measures -- Prospects of a future outbreak. pp. 26.

Subjects

Chinch-bugs , Control , Insect pests

Language

English

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LCCN: agr09002741
NAL: 1 En82C no. 113 1909
OCLC: 811051598

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.63436

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