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Life history and control of the pear borer in Virginia: Aegeria pyri Harris (Lepidoptera: Aegeriidae)
(Virginia Tech, 1935)
1. The pear borer is widely distributed in the eastern part of this country. 2. The abdominal cavity of the female was filled with eggs. 3. The incubation period of the eggs averaged 5.6 days at a mean temperature of ...
The biology of the tobacco flea beetle in Virginia: Epitrix parvula (F.) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
(Virginia Tech, 1939-05-15)
The killing effect of vegetable, animal, and mineral oils on the eggs of the codling moth and the oriental fruit moth
(Virginia Tech, 1936-05-05)
The ovicidal properties of various vegetable, animal, and mineral oils were tested in an effort to develop a supplementary method of control for the codling moth and the oriental fruit moth. The reasons for undertaking this ...