Title 7--Agriculture, Chapter III--Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Part 301--Domestic Quarantine Notices


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Title 7--Agriculture, Chapter III--Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Part 301--Domestic Quarantine Notices Japanese beetle administrative instructions modified
Series Title:
Portion of title:
Japanese beetle administrative instructions modified
Domestic quarantine notices
Physical Description:
3 p. : 27 cm
Strong, Lee A
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
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Subjects / Keywords:
Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Japanese beetle -- Control -- United States   ( lcsh )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )


General Note:
Caption title.
General Note:
"Effective May 1, 1941."
General Note:
This section was originally issued under Sec. 301.48.
General Note:
Signed Lee A. Strong, Chief.

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University of Florida
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are erey mdifid.,effctiv M;1,l 1941., to read as follows:

Iti~iM.rodcts frits, vetales an sol,,for the Japnee beetle*

Ir aidor ftralin eacio. Ay tpeof Soi11a be treated provide it

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(1) Lead arsenate treatment

Season.--The treatment mst be applied before Augus 1 ifte$ai
to be used in the fall.

Condition of soil.--The soil anst be friable and in god tl

Dosage.--Usenty-six pounds to each 1,000 square feet, or1,0 uns
per acre. For subsequent re-treatments, the quantity retired concentration of 1,100 pounds-per acre, as-determined by chemical must be applied, except that determination by chemical analyeAo tion of 1,000 pounds per acre will be acceptable without re-tre

At be pplication.--The lead arsenate must be thorough mixed

with the upper 3 inches -soil.
Period of treatment.--Plants n not be placed on o th

uutbe applied,
treated until after October 1.


(2) i satipreenate treatment

Season.--Treatment mest be applied by.July 1. Plants ayecrtfe when the period of treatment is completedand until the follow

Condition of soil.--The soil must be friable and in good it.Ts treatment is recommended only for soils that are slightly acidornuali reaction.

Doae wEenty-six pounds to each 1,000 square feet, ar110soud per acre. For subsequentre-treatments, the quantity required t etr
concentration of 1,100 poundeaper acre, as determined by chemicanalss must be applied,-except that determination by bemical analyses a
tion of 1,000 pnds per acre will bei.anetable without re-tre

Period of treatment.--Plants in plots treated initiallymutntbdg until October 1; those on re-treated plots may be dug on Septembrn0

Ap-plication.--Lead arsenate must be thoroughly mixed andcoroae with the upper 3 inches of soil. The ridge of soil between the pati h
rows and the soil about the base of the plants-must be removedtoadphf 2 inches and placed in the space between the rows of plants. Iedasnt
may be applied with a suitable distributor, or broadcast by hasd eoeo
after the hoeing operation is completed, Then the soil betweentherw plants must be cultivated three times, On the-last onltivatiorteell vator is adjusted in such a manner that the treated soil is throntwr

therow ofplnts Atleat inhesoftre~ated soil must be placed in the

Varetis o plnts--Te vrities of plants which have been treated sucesfuly y hi meho ae gve i u reau of Entom~ology and Plant

iviakin.--ae as t p crib in ().

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