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Insecticides and equipment for controlling insects on fruits and vegetables /

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Series: Miscellaneous publication (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ; no. 526.

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Washington, D.C. :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,1945.

Edition

Slightly rev. Feb. 1945

Subjects

Control , Diseases and pests , Fruit , Handbooks, manuals, etc , Insect pests , Insecticides , Safety measures , Vegetables

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.65700

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Title

Insecticides and equipment for controlling insects on fruits and vegetables /

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Series: Miscellaneous publication (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ; no. 526.

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United States. Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.
United States. Department of Agriculture.

Genre

Book

Material Type

Published material

Publication info

Washington, D.C. :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,1945.

Edition

Slightly rev. Feb. 1945

Notes:

Caption title.

Issued November 1943 ; Slightly revised February 1945.

Other authors include: C. A. Weigel, C. M. Smith, L. F. Steiner.

Contents: Introduction -- Precautions in using insecticides. pp. 2.

Contents: Spray residues on plants. pp. 3.

Contents: Injury to the plants by insecticides. pp. 4.

Contents: Arsenic trioxide -- Barbasco -- Barium carbonate -- Barium fluosilicate. pp. 5.

Contents: Bentonite -- Beta-naphthol -- Bordeaux mixture. pp. 6.

Contents: Calcium arsenate -- Calcium cyanide. pp. 8.

Contents: Calcium disulfide. pp. 9.

Contents: Chloropicrin. pp. 10.

Contents: Cryolite -- Cube -- Derris -- Dichloroethyl ether -- Diluents or carriers. pp. 11.

Contents: Dinitro compounds -- Essential oils. pp. 12.

Contents: Ethylene dichloride -- Fish oil -- Hellebore. pp. 13.

Contents: Hot-water treatment -- Hydrated lime. pp. 14.

Contents: Kerosene emulsion. pp. 15.

Contents: Lead arsenate (acid). pp. 16.

Contents: Lead arsenate (basic) -- Liquid lime-sulfur and dry lime-sulfur. pp. 17.

Contents: Magnesium arsenate -- Mercuric chloride. pp. 18.

Contents: Mecuruous chloride -- Metaldehyde (slug bait). pp. 19.

Contents: Methyl bromide -- Mineral oil. pp. 20.

Contents: Naphthalene. pp .22.

Contents: Nicotine. pp. 23.

Contents: Nicotine bentonite -- Nicotine decoctions (home-made). pp. 24.

Contents: Nicotine dusts -- Nicotine for fumigation. pp. 25.

Contents: Oil dusts -- Paradichlorobenzene. pp. 26.

Contents: Paris green -- Phenothiazine. pp. 27.

Contents: Phosphorus paste -- Poisoned baits. pp. 28.

Contents: Pyrethrum, or insect powder. pp. 29.

Contents: Rotenone-containing roots. pp. 30.

Contents: Soap sprays. pp. 32.

Contents: Sodium arsenite -- Sodium cyanide. pp. 33.

Contents: Sodium fluoride -- Sodium fluosilicate. pp. 34.

Contents: Sulfur -- Styrene dibromide -- Tar distillate. pp. 35.

Contents: Tartar emetic -- Thiocyanates (organic). pp. 36.

Contents: Timbo -- Tobacco dust -- Vegetable oils -- Wetting or spreading agents. pp. 37.

Contents: Zinc arsenite -- Preparation of sprays and dusts. pp. 38.

Contents: Quantity of sprays or dusts equipment. pp.39.

Contents: Spraying and dusting equipment. pp. 42.

Contents: Care of insect-control devices. pp. 50.

Contents: When and how to to apply insecticides -- First-aid suggestions in cases of poisoning. pp. 51.

Contents: Procurement of insecticides and subsidiary materials. pp. 52.

Contents: Appendix. 2,2-Bis (p-chlorophenyl)-1,1,1-trichlorethan, known as DDT -- Sabadilla. pp. 53.

Contents: Index of common names of insects and other pests. pp. 55.

Subjects

Control , Diseases and pests , Fruit , Handbooks, manuals, etc , Insect pests , Insecticides , Safety measures , Vegetables

Language

English

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NAL: 1 Ag84M no.526 1945
OCLC: 800773857

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.65700

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TY - BOOK
TI - Insecticides and equipment for controlling insects on fruits and vegetables /
VL - no.526
UR - https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/132475
PB - U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,
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PY - 1945
ET - Slightly rev. Feb. 1945
N1 - Caption title. --- Issued November 1943 ; Slightly revised February 1945. --- Other authors include: C. A. Weigel, C. M. Smith, L. F. Steiner. --- Introduction -- Precautions in using insecticides. pp. 2. --- Spray residues on plants. pp. 3. --- Injury to the plants by insecticides. pp. 4. --- Arsenic trioxide -- Barbasco -- Barium carbonate -- Barium fluosilicate. pp. 5. --- Bentonite -- Beta-naphthol -- Bordeaux mixture. pp. 6. --- Calcium arsenate -- Calcium cyanide. pp. 8. --- Calcium disulfide. pp. 9. --- Chloropicrin. pp. 10. --- Cryolite -- Cube -- Derris -- Dichloroethyl ether -- Diluents or carriers. pp. 11. --- Dinitro compounds -- Essential oils. pp. 12. --- Ethylene dichloride -- Fish oil -- Hellebore. pp. 13. --- Hot-water treatment -- Hydrated lime. pp. 14. --- Kerosene emulsion. pp. 15. --- Lead arsenate (acid). pp. 16. --- Lead arsenate (basic) -- Liquid lime-sulfur and dry lime-sulfur. pp. 17. --- Magnesium arsenate -- Mercuric chloride. pp. 18. --- Mecuruous chloride -- Metaldehyde (slug bait). pp. 19. --- Methyl bromide -- Mineral oil. pp. 20. --- Naphthalene. pp .22. --- Nicotine. pp. 23. --- Nicotine bentonite -- Nicotine decoctions (home-made). pp. 24. --- Nicotine dusts -- Nicotine for fumigation. pp. 25. --- Oil dusts -- Paradichlorobenzene. pp. 26. --- Paris green -- Phenothiazine. pp. 27. --- Phosphorus paste -- Poisoned baits. pp. 28. --- Pyrethrum, or insect powder. pp. 29. --- Rotenone-containing roots. pp. 30. --- Soap sprays. pp. 32. --- Sodium arsenite -- Sodium cyanide. pp. 33. --- Sodium fluoride -- Sodium fluosilicate. pp. 34. --- Sulfur -- Styrene dibromide -- Tar distillate. pp. 35. --- Tartar emetic -- Thiocyanates (organic). pp. 36. --- Timbo -- Tobacco dust -- Vegetable oils -- Wetting or spreading agents. pp. 37. --- Zinc arsenite -- Preparation of sprays and dusts. pp. 38. --- Quantity of sprays or dusts equipment. pp.39. --- Spraying and dusting equipment. pp. 42. --- Care of insect-control devices. pp. 50. --- When and how to to apply insecticides -- First-aid suggestions in cases of poisoning. pp. 51. --- Procurement of insecticides and subsidiary materials. pp. 52. --- Appendix. 2,2-Bis (p-chlorophenyl)-1,1,1-trichlorethan, known as DDT -- Sabadilla. pp. 53. --- Index of common names of insects and other pests. pp. 55.
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