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" Hour or road dust, Bordeaux mixture, and Paris green, combined or alone, it has been suggested by Dr. Howard that the destruction of weeds of the family Solanacea^ around the margins of fields and gardens will result in positive benefit in the reduction... "
Some Insects Injurious to Garden and Orchard Crops: A Series of Articles ... - Page 90
by Frank Hurlbut Chittenden - 1899 - 99 pages
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Bulletin

United States. Bureau of Entomology - Entomology - 1898
...or alone, it has been suggested by Dr. Howard that the destruction of weeds of the family Solanacea^ around the margins of fields and gardens will result...principal insects affecting the tobacco plant,'"- in the Yearbook of this Department for 1898. If this is done, and the writer is of the opinion that...
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Farmers' Bulletin, Issues 101-125

Agriculture - 1899
...much possible value) it shall be found feasible to grow a few clumps of nightshade or jiinson weed as trap crops for the beetles, the plants to be thoroughly poisoned in the early summer before the tobacco has been set out. The tobacco crop is one of a few which are peculiarly adapted to this kind...
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The Hawaiian Forester and Agriculturist

Leopold G. Blackman - 1905
...much possible value), it shall be found feasible to grow a few clumps of nightshade or jimson weed as trap crops for the beetles, the plants to be thoroughly poisoned in the early summer before the tobacco has been set out. The tobacco crop is one of a few which are peculiarly adapted to this kind...
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The Nature-study Review: Devoted to All Phases of Nature-study in ..., Volume 9

Anna Botsford Comstock - Nature study - 1913
...feasible to grow a few clumps of jimson-vveeds in or near the fields as trap crops for the caterpillars, the plants to be thoroughly poisoned in the early summer before the tobacco is set out. Another method of dealing with the caterpillars when they become real pests, is...
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Bulletin, Issue 19

Entomology - 1899
...alone, it has been suggested by Dr. Howard that the destruction of weeds of the family Solanacea,, around the margins of fields and gardens will result...entitled "The principal insects affecting the tobacco plant,'--in the Yearbook of this Department for 1898. If this is done, and the writer is of the opinion...
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