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" July, soon become pupa?, and are changed to beetles and leave the trees early in September. Thus the existence of this species is limited to one year. White-washing, and covering the trunks of the trees with grafting composition, may prevent the female... "
A Treatise on Some of the Insects of New England which are Injurious to ... - Page 92
by Thaddeus William Harris - 1852 - 513 pages
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Annual Report of the American Institute of the City of New York

American Institute of the City of New York - 1853
...trees early in September. Thus the existence of this species is limited to one year. "White washing and covering the trunks of the trees with grafting...great extent in plantations or large nurseries of these trees. Perhaps it will be useful to head down young trees to the ground with the view of destroying...
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A Treatise on Some of the Insects Injurious to Vegetation

Thaddeus William Harris - 1862 - 640 pages
...excellent account* of this insect, the grubs attain their full size by the 20th of July, soon become pupa;, and are changed to beetles and leave the trees early...the ground, with the view of destroying the grubs con* Massachusetts Agricultural Repository utid Jourual, Vol. VL p. 272. tained in them, as well as...
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The Farmer's and Planter's Encyclopaedia of Rural Affairs: Embracing All the ...

Cuthbert William Johnson - 1869 - 1179 pages
...272), of this insect, the grubs attain their full size by the twentieth of July, soon become piiprr. and are changed to beetles and leave the trees early...carried to any great extent in plantations or large nur- , series of the trees. Perhaps it will be useful to head down young trees to the ground, with...
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Bulletin, Issue 7

1881
...insect dies by asphyxiation ic, drowns. Harris states that whitewashing and covering the trnnks of the trees with grafting composition may prevent the female from depositing her eggs npon isolated trees. Also, yonng trees might be beaded down to the ground, so as to destroy the grubs...
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Biennial Report, Volume 17

Kansas State Horticultural Society - 1889
...of the trees to repair the injuries they have suffered. The grubs attain their full size by the 20th of July, soon become pupae, and are changed to beetles,...upon them; but this practice cannot be carried to any extent in plantations or large nurseries of trees. Perhaps it would be useful to head down young trees...
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The Biennial Report of the Kansas State Horticultural Society, Volume 17

Kansas State Horticultural Society - 1889
...of the trees to repair the injuries they have suffered. The grubs attain their full size by the 20th of July, soon become pupae, and are changed to beetles,...upon them; but this practice cannot be carried to any extent in plantations or large nurseries of trees. Perhaps it would be useful to head down young trees...
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First Biennial Report, 1887-8

Kansas State Horticultural Society - 1889
...injuries they have suffered. The grubs attain their full size by the 20th of July, soon become , and are changed to beetles, and leave the trees early...upon them; but this practice cannot be carried to any extent in plantations or large nurseries of trees. Perhaps it would be useful to head down young trees...
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Fifth Report of the United States Entomological Commission: Being a Revised ...

United States Entomological Commission, Alpheus Spring Packard - 1890 - 957 pages
...throughout the interior of the body and the insect dies by asphyxiation ie, drowns. Harris states that whitewashing and covering the trunks of the trees...may prevent the female from depositing her eggs upon isolated trees. Also, young trees might be headed down to the ground, so as to destroy the grubs boring...
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Report of the United States Entomological ..., Volume 5, Parts 1886-1890

United States Entomological Commission - 1890
...throughout the interior of the body and the insect dies by asphyxiation ie, drowns. Harris states that whitewashing and covering the trunks of the trees...may prevent the female from depositing her eggs upon isolated trees. Also, young trees might be headed down to the ground, so as to Destroy the grubs boring...
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Agriculture of Pennsylvania, Volume 15

1891
...throughout the interior of the body and the insect dies by asphyxiation. Harris states that white washing and covering the trunks of the trees with grafting...may prevent the female from depositing her eggs upon isolated trees. Also, young trees might 'be headed down to the ground, so as to destroy the grubs boring...
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