Browse by Author "Flint, W. P. (Wesley Pillsbury), 1882-1943"

  • Flint, W. P. (Wesley Pillsbury), 1882-1943; Chandler, S. C. (Stewart Curtis), 1889-; Glenn, P.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1924-01)
    The apple flea-weevil was described by Thomas Say in 1831, from specimens taken in Posey county, Indiana. At that time it was not considered an economic pest. Seventy years later Dr. S. A. Forbes reported in the Transactions ...

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  • Colby, A. S. (Arthur Samuel), 1887-; Anderson, H. W. (Harry Warren), 1885-1971; Flint, W. P. (Wesley Pillsbury), 1882-1943 ([Urbana, Ill.] : University of Illinois College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station and Extension Service,, 1940)

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  • Flint, W. P. (Wesley Pillsbury), 1882-1943; Larrimer, W.H. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1928-08)
    The Hessian Fly, an insect that infests practically all of the large wheat-growing areas of the world, was first found in North America on Long Island in 1779 and was probably brought into this country in the straw used ...

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  • Chandler, S. C. (Stewart Curtis), 1889-; Flint, W. P. (Wesley Pillsbury), 1882-1943; Huber, L.L. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1926-05)
    From 1919 to 1922 inclusive, the San Jose scale caused more damage in southern Illinois than in any equal period since it was first established in this state. Following the work of Dr. Forbes and his assistants in 1900, ...

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