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

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Title:
Title 7--Agriculture, Chapter III--Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Part 301--Domestic Quarantine Notices Japanese beetle administrative instructions modified
Series Title:
B.E.P.Q.
Portion of title:
Japanese beetle administrative instructions modified
Domestic quarantine notices
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2 p. : 27 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Annand, P. N ( Percy Nicol ), 1898-1950
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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Washington, D.C
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Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
Japanese beetle -- Control -- United States   ( lcsh )
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federal government publication   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )

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Caption title.
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"Effective May 7, 1942."
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"P.N. Annand, Chief"--P. 2.
General Note:
This section was originally issued under Sec. 301.48.

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University of Florida
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TITLE 7-AGRICULTURE* CIPII-WREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PW. QUARANTINE
Pid@ 3)1-DOMESTIC QUARANJ TINE NOICES
JApAW -5 REL ADMINISTRATIVE INST.RUCTIOS MODIFIED

travant, to th authority conaferred upon the Chief of the Bureau of Entoeyand Plant QurantAde by 301.48-6. Chapt er III, Title 7, Code of Fed1 Seplatons gulation 6 of the rules and regulatioria supplemental to ige of Quarantin No6.148 on account of the Japariese beetle], subsections
(4), (k) (1), o n (mo) (2) of 301.1486 [see pages 6, 8, and 15, reapeo, a the a mogPphed edition of circular B. E. P. Q. 499, issued June 9,
s aieohereby moitted. -effective May 7, 1942, to read as follows:

3D P1448 A vte lnstmchions to inspectors on the treatment of

(1) POTTING SOIL




*he tfament meet be applied before August 1.P
an- m M42.-The soil must be friable. Wet soil must never ,The tlet is -r ecamended only for soils that are slightly acid
OutVplin reaci. Any type of soil'may be treated provided it meets

-Twoue to 1 onbi c yar;1..
*,*Thelead arsaenate subt be thoroughly mixed with the soil*
ate&.-Plants freed from soil and potted in soil treated in Agst 1, may be certified for shipment between the .folag t ab June 15, inclusive.*
nl tVite 3 na .-When'plants potted in lead-arsenate-treated
Jibda or- set in frames exuaosed to possible infestation, the
frames -must previously have been treated with lead arx~eof 1101= pounds per acre.
Itntmff'-%rirw .after June 15.-When plants potted in soil treated pa e o are crid afterJune 15, 'they may'be again eligible for certiV4 t "I sltween Oc1oand June 15, inclusive, of the second year it, on
ab .tthe seon year., analyses show the soil to conth'In lead asenate the rate of 2 -ound per cubic yard.


k IN AND AROUND .COLDFRAMES, PL GBEDS,
AND HEEING-IN-AREW



eAUent anat be applied before August 1 if the land is to,
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............ he s i s e fr a l -. i ro i t-lkii i.' --"ii;;; @




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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DosMe.--Twentr-,three,. p undi to 6achAsO00 tq:tA
per acre, For subsequent re-treatmerits, tbj ritf concentrati6ii. '.6f ppunda: per aore, must be applied, exce-ot that determifiaticA'by ebelticiX,"',
-tA'6idft of 9QG poUncls. per acre will.): e Aqpeptable
Ap2licati6no-IIIII lead aroenate.-alust b,-p thot no es of 301.1.
with -the, -UpOer, 3 i h
Nriod.----of trea .--P,=t a must. not' IbI6 plated 'oft treated,-untll after October 1.


T TMENT OF PLANTS BEFM D.1,d;dP
Al

(2) 1W arena telre,

Season *--Treatment must be applip.d,,-,j y July Plants mny"A 4' the period of treatment is completed,. and u t the f,0110wing
Condition of soil.-The soil -='st be frioblq 4ad in good t! ment is recommended only thb t-',kre*kikhtly acid or rw 14
0--Twenty-7thripe, pauhdo to e r
A.ch 1#000, squa efeet, or, IS qu rit# qul 're
e-rtre i nt d "to
per. acre,. as detdrinln64 by,. abeait l,,, tratiorv. or 1-- I-ooQ P
appliod,,-; eiqcqp .,thpat- dj t ,, 'inatlon'by'cbexical analyses- -ot a 0 6n 900 pounds per acre will be acceptable without: rb-tremtmeiit,&I
Period of treatment,--Plants in plots treated initiAlly'rftst UL QctQbsr-j;- t 49A.p on. r e-treat ed. lot Is ma y b e d-ag = 4f6pt ehih er '
-Lead'arsem st' bid thcrou'hl r mixed,' the -UPPQr-3- AckPs 0'f.- soil..',The iidge of' soil "beWdan,1 1he', and the soil about the ba e of 'the' plap a inu t e& t
-;i. he. spAce, be wearx the'rc*s ad a 8,
ied diairibut.or', or bx:o adi-it
-h7oeing.,'opqmtion- As completed., T-be n the soil bet* -en be cultivated three times. On he lasit'-Ult" i'vatio t6'e Ceti III in mch-a -manner that.,the tyeate'd ooil is 'tbioWntdftrd' J* 'At l at 3 Inches.of.treated's"il nk4 the ple4ts,
Variati lants -Th& t n J "'
..qs -of P... 7arl. q i e:s of 1 Its lhhvd,
cessfully by this method' 'e gi Ve n id, Bure.au ritomaq %0, P, Circular E-418.
safety zones--Same as that prescribed in. (k).
&rkiag*--Same as that prescribed I In (k).

(7 CFR 3-61*46;' sec.' 8 39 116,

Done at Washington, D. C, this 2nd .day of May 'H