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Hibernation of the Mexican cotton boll weevil.

by W. E. Hinds

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Boll-weevil

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    StatementBy W. E. Hinds and W. W. Yothers ...
    SeriesU. S. Dept. of agriculture. Bureau of entomology. Bulletin, no. 77
    ContributionsYothers, W. W. 1879- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB945.C8 H5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination100 p.
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL234895M
    LC Control Numberagr09002402
    OCLC/WorldCa27276177

    The department lias recently issued a. bulletin ori'tlie Mexican Cotton boll weevil, which- contiUhs'a'll tnforninlion needed with regard to its life history, habits and methods of control. It has also issued a circular on the varieties of cotton to be planted for boll wiievil coriditions. throughout the area of the pilot boll weevil eradication experiment as indicated by traps in , pp. In Proc. Conf. on Boll Weevil Suppression, Management and Elimination Technology. USDA, ARS-S Cross, W. H. Ecology of cotton insects with special reference to the boll weevil, pp. InFile Size: 34MB.

    Information on insecticide usage for indicated that 1, , acres of cotton were treated for control of cotton boll-worms 42 and boll -weevil. The major types and quantities of insecticides applied •were as follows: • Toxaphene - 8. 5 million pounds at an average rate of 2 Ibs. Cotton -- Taxation. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Cotton; Taxation; Narrower terms: Cotton -- Taxation -- Confederate States of America; Cotton

    Identify common garden pests and garden bugs with our insect pictures. Know their life-cycles, how to identify insects that are harmful to your plants, and how to use organic and natural pesticides to get rid of garden pests when growing vegetables, fruit, flowers and plants. It is only possible to mention a few of the common garden bugs and pests, and I begin with one of the . Some, such as the boll weevil, which feeds on cotton buds and flowers, can cause extremely serious damage to agriculture. The boll weevil crossed the Rio Grande near Brownsville, Texas, to enter the United States from Mexico around , and had reached southeastern Alabama by By the mids, it had entered all cotton-growing regions in.


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Title = {Hibernation of the Mexican cotton boll weevil / }, volume = {new ser.:no ()}, copyright = {The contributing institution believes that this item is not in copyright}. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hinds, W.E. Hibernation of the Mexican cotton boll weevil. Washington, Govt.

print. off., (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hinds, W.E. Hibernation of the Mexican cotton boll weevil. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., (DLC)agr Hibernation of the Mexican Cotton Boll Weevil (Classic Reprint) [Warren Elmer Hinds] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from Hibernation of the Mexican Cotton Boll Weevil Until this time the hibernation of the boll weevil has been less understood than anv other phase of its life history.

This was due to the great difficulty In obtaining the Cited by: Buy Hibernation of the Mexican cotton boll weevil on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Hibernation of the Mexican cotton boll weevil: W.

E Hinds Yothers W. (William Walter) joint author: : Books. Hibernation of the Mexican Cotton Boll Weevil: Hinds, W E, Yothers, W W: Books - or: W E Hinds, W W Yothers.

Experiments in Florida showed that Anthonomus grandis, Boh. (cotton boll weevil) usually leaves its hibernating quarters during the day-time, though emergence at night was also observed. Owing to the fact that in every year individuals emerge daily from 1st March to mid-July, regardless of climatic conditions, it appears that the weevils appear when they are physiologically ready to Author: Edgar F.

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An annotated bibliography of the Mexican cotton boll weevil / View Metadata. By: Bishopp, F. Boll weevil Control Cotton Diseases and pests South Carolina Texas. Since a conservative estimate of the possible progeny of a single pair of weevils during the season is above 2 Tho>ie interested in a scientific study of the weevil should write to the United States Department of Agriculture for Bulletin Xo.

entitled " Study of the Mexican Cotton- Boll Weevil in tlie Mississippi Valley." 8 BOLL WEEVIL. Boll Weevil Blues is a good read and an example of the importance of balancing the reality of the boll weevil with the rhetoric surrounding it. It is impossible to understand the cotton South without understanding its agriculture; it is likewise impossible to understand cotton culture without understanding the boll weevil’s roll in the region Pages:   The boll weevil, Anthonomus grandis grandis Boheman (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), is one of the most damaging pests of cotton (Gossypium spp.

(Malvales: Malvaceae)) in the western hemisphere. In most cotton production systems, at least a portion of the boll weevil population is thought to enter a reproductive dormancy as the cotton crop Author: Dale W Spurgeon, Charles P C Suh. The boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis grandis Boheman (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)) is a key pest of cotton (Gossypium spp.

(Malvales: Malvaceae)) that has been eradicated from most of the United r, populations remaining in South Texas and adjacent Mexico present a constant threat to reinfest more northerly eradicated zones ().The Cited by: 2.

l-vom fl-iotoKruphs. ^^ Fig. 1 Fig. 4 18 Growing Sea Island Cotton Under Florida Conditions BOLL WEEVIL CONTROL Artificial Control After the cotton is chopped, close watch should be kept for the appearance of tiny squares, and, as soon as they.

Some, such as the boll weevil, which feeds on cotton buds and flowers, can cause extremely serious damage to agriculture. The boll weevil crossed the Rio Grande near Brownsville, Texas, to enter the United States from Mexico aroundand had reached southeastern Alabama by By the mids, it had entered all cotton-growing regions in Class: Insecta.

Search results - of A good stalk of cotton. Introductory. This book was prepared to furnish information on farming in the boll weevil territory. Special attention has been given to the production of cotton in infested districts and to showing how to adopt a system of farming which has been found profitable by many farmers in boll weevil territories.

Books by genre: Nonfiction. Nonfiction is a genre which is entirely based on real facts. It can be full, complete story or just some notes of eyewitness about a concrete action. Hibernation of the Mexican Cotton Boll Wee by Hinds, W. 7 / The Insect Enemies of the Cotton Boll Weevil.

by Pierce, William Dwight, 1. The considerable variation in adult size of the boll weevil, Anthonomus grandis grandis Boheman, has been well documented, but the influences of adult size on reproductive rate are not known.

BOLL WEEVIL INVASION AND EFFECT Native to southern Mexico and Central America, boll weevils were first detected in the U.S. when they damaged the cotton crop in the lower Rio Grande Valley in Up to 87% of the Cotton Belt was infested during the boll weevil’s initial year migration from Texas to the Atlantic by:.

BIOLOGY OF THE MEXICAN COTTON BOLL WEEVIL VII: THE BOLL WEEVIL IN ARTIFICIAL HIBERNATION QUARTERS' By EDGAR F. GROSSMAN Repeated experimentation with the conventional type of hiber-nation cages in which cotton boll weevils (Anthonomus grandis Boh.) were placed re-sulted in the construe-,* tion of a new type hiber- nation cage in which.In Brazil, boll weevil is responsible for the largest number of insecticide sprays against a single target pest species in cotton fields (LIMA JUNIOR et al., ;BÉLOT et al., ).Author: Allan Showler.Abstract.

The boll weevil, Anthonomus grandis Boheman, was introduced from Mexico into the United States (near Brownsville, Texas) about By the pest has spread into cottongrowing areas of the United States from the eastern two-thirds of Texas and Oklahoma to the Atlantic by: