RMRDNJHE. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. (NiUiniil. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Theobald, Frederick Vincent, 1868-1930. Wye, Eng. : Frederick V. Theobald
RMRDMMH2. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. 506 Appendix.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Theobald, Frederick Vincent, 1868-1930. Wye, Eng. : Frederick V. Theobald
RMRDMWJH. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. Inseciv Injurious lo Ihc Apple. 161. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Theobald, Frederick Vincent, 1868-1930. Wye, Eng. : Frederick V. Theobald
RMRDMX3R. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. IF. J-:. 35. —I.Al;"A UF ttiHiIi LKnI'AIll MriTir IN APri.E liH.VKCII.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Theobald, Frederick Vincent, 1868-1930. Wye, Eng. : Frederick V. Theobald
RMRDNJPC. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. FTi:. IriM, —K.lll'TY i:i:i;-MIKI,I i;k]) si'iiiKj;. (Creatly ciilargtil.). Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Theobald, Frederick Vincent, 1868-1930. Wye, Eng. : Frederick V. Theobald
RMRDMX4Y. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. Fh:.. 81. THE GOAT MOTH (CoSStlH ligillpcrda) AND LABVA ; ALSO MOTH ESCAPING FEOM PUPA. [To face p. 42.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Theobald, Frederick Vincent, 1868-1930. Wye, Eng. : Frederick V. Theobald
RMRDMMGX. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. Fi':. :il^>. —ri -v. UK IMi |. lUlKTI.Fv ,.N IF. l-:,l,r„h. ih>r 1 i: F.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Theobald, Frederick Vincent, 1868-1930. Wye, Eng. : Frederick V. Theobald
RMRDMMT4. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. 426 Insect Pests. Life-Histoi;y. The lieetle is olilong, pitchy, clothed with light Ijrown and ashy pubescence, closely covered with brown and pale yellowish-ljrown scales, which give the elytra a tessellated appenrence, with punctate lines or stria^, the punctures with scales on each which make them seem ocellated, the rostrum short and spatulate, the thorax granulated (very coarsely in the centre); the legs are red or reddish-brown with black tarsi. Thei'e are no
RMRDMWNM. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. 134 Insect Pests. The mature viviparous feuiales into whioli the lice turn, have pale yeUowisli-STeen abdomen ^vitli darker green lines and sides,. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Theobald, Frederick Vincent, 1868-1930. Wye, Eng. : Frederick V. Theobald
RMRDMWMP. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. 144 Insect Pests. It is most abundaBt in Surrey. A correspondent, writing from Woking, states that lie is much troubled with it, and that he had used lots of mixtures and kept brushing in summer, but without success, liecently I learn that this nurseryman is coping with the root form. Numerous inquiries have come from Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cheshire, Yorkshire, Sussex, Hampshire and Oxfordshire. In Wales I have found it in abundance amon
RMRDMMN9. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. 456 Insed Pests. Sinfc then similar damage has Ijeen reported to me from Xorfolk (3) and AN'orcestersliire (4). (jrmerod also records the damage from Herefordshire, Bedfordshire, Glouceslersliire and Berlvshire (1). The majority of " ground beetles" or Carabida- are beneficial, for tliey feed upon slugs, cater]5illars, etc., in tlie soil, and at first some doubt was expressed as to these insects beinu" tlie cause of the damage. That they are so is no
RMRDMWE4. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. 208 Insect Pests. against the walls or fences, it is frequently a serious enemy, and it is under such circumstances that it causes much harm to the apricot. Tlie moth is well known in Germanj^ where it is called tlie Harlequin Moth (3). It is also common in France. Tne damage is done by the small caterpillars in the spring, but tliej' are usually undetected until they are nearing maturity, and then, the foliage becoming badly eaten, remedies are adopted. The damage
RMRDMMGE. The insect and other allied pests of orchard, bush and hothouse fruits and their prevention and treatment . Insect pests; Fruit. THE "ABOL" SYRINGE PATENT SPRAY NOZZLE FOR APPLYING INSECTICIDES AND FOR GENERAL USE IN SPRAYING PLANTS. PITTED WITH COOPER'S PATENT DRIP PROTECTOR OR PURSER'S PATENT DRIP PREVENTER "THE MOST PERFECT SYRINGE W'M YET PRODUCED." WITH PURSER'S PATENT DRIP PREVENTER THE"ABOL' SYRINGE. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these il