A chronological list of publications on liquefied-gas aerosols

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STATE ViLAN'T BOARD
August 194g 754

United States Department of Agriculture
Agricultural Research Administration
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine


A CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF PUBLICATIONS ON LII(p BIED-GAS AZROSOLS/

By R. A. Fulton
Division of Insecticide Investigations


1242
Billings, S. C., Goodhue, L. D., and Sullivan, V. 1. A pyrethrum-uesanme
oil aerosol used against cheese skipper adults. (Scientific
note) Jour. 3con. Ent. 35: 289-290.

Goodhue, L. D. Insecticidal aerosol production. Spraying solutions in
liquefied gases. Indus. and Egin. Chem. 34: 1456-a459.

-- anA Sullivan, V. N. The preparation of insecticidal aerosols by
the use of liquefied gases. U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant Quar.
2T-190, 3 pp. [Processed.]

Roark, R. C. Definition of aerosol. Jour. Bcon. Ent. 35: 105-106.

Sullivan, V. N., Goodhue, L. D., and Falee, J. H. Toxicity to adult
mosquitoes of aerosols produced by spraying solutions of
insecticides in liquefied gases. Jour. Bcon. Int. 35: 44-51.


.1212
Creighton, J. T. Household pests. Univ. Fla. Agr. Xxt. Bul. 122, 55 pp.

Goodhue, L. D. Insecticidal aerosols. Pests 11(1): 12.

New mosquito-control method, developed for Army, described. New York
Herald Tribune, Nov. 21, 1943. Sect. VIII, p. 15 (Reprinted in
book "1943 New York Herald Tribune Forum" under title "War Against
Mosquitoes", pp. 162-166, 1944).
and Sullivan, V. N. Making and testing aerosols. In "Laboratory
Procedures in Studies of the Chemical Control of Insects". Amer.
Assoc. Adv. Sci. P-b. 20, pp. 157-162.

McGovran, 3. R., Pales, J. H., and Goodhue, L. D. Testing aerosols against
houseflies. Soap and Sanit. 0hem. 19(9): 99, 101,, 103, 105, 107.


With the exception of publications in the I and 'T series, copies
are not available for distribution.






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Monro, H. A. U. Tests with a pyrethrumn aerosol against cockroaches and
stored product pests. Ontario Ent. Soc. Ann. Rpt. 73 (1942):
61-63.

Smith, F. F., and Goodhue, L. D. Toxicity of nicotine aerosols to the
green peach aphid, under greenhouse conditions. Jour. Econ.
Znt. 36: 911-914.


1944

Barthel, W. F., Haller, H. L., and LaForge, F. B. Pyrethrins for aerosols.
The preparation of 98 percent pure pyrethrins for use in Freon
aerosol bombs. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 20(7): 121, 135.

Coven, R. 0. Aerosol bombs vs. spray insecticides. Soap and Sanit. Chem.
20(7): 111, 113.
Pales, J. H., and Goodhue, L. D. Aerosols vs. oil spray insecticides. A
study of comparative efficiency. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 20(7),
107-108.

Goodhue, L. D. Insecticidal aerosols. Jour. Econ. Ent. 37: 33g-5341.

-- Military needs stimulate development of insecticidal
aerosols. Chem. Indus. 54: 673-675.

-- The use of Freon in insecticides. Refrig. Engin. 47: 26-27.

--- and McGovran, E. R. Liquefied-gas method of producing germicidal
aerosols. Science 99: 511-512.

-- and Smith, F. F. The effect of some insecticides in aerosol form
against the cyclamen mite on snapdragon. Jour. Econ. Ent. 37:
214-218.

Gothard, N. J. Another view of aerosol efficiency. Soap and Sanit. Chem.
20(7): 113.

Famner, C. L., Schomer, H. A., and Goodhue, L. D. Aerosol, a new method
of applying growth regulators to plants. Science 99: 85.

Monro, H. A. U., Briand, L. J., Delisle, R., and Smith, C. C. Some experi-
ments with the pyrethrum aerosol under Canadian conditions.
Ontario Ent. Soc. Ann. Rpt. 74(1943): 42-45.

Rhodes, W. W. Liquefied gas aerosols--Postwar. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 20(7):
g108-109.

Roark, R. C. New insecticides aid the war effort. Chem. and Engin. News
22: 1464-1469.






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Smith, C. M., and Goodhue, L. D. Increase in concentration of insecticide
in Freon-12 accompanying transfer or discharge of an aerosol-
producing solution. Indus. and Engin. Chem., Analyt. Ed. 16:
355-357.

Smith, P. F., Goodhue, L. D., and Ballinger, W. R. Dispenser for aerosols
and highly volatile fumigants. U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant Quar.
IT-216, 3 PP. [Processed.]

Wachs, H., Morriello, C., and Mages, S. Determination of Freon-insoluble
solids in twenty percent pyrethrum extracts. Indus, and Engin.
Chem., Analyt. Pd. 16: 453-454.


19415

Batt, G. H. New sprayer for testing aerosols. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 21(7);
117-118.

Ditman, L. P. Cheaper insect control possible. The Food Packer 26(6): 58,
60, 62.

-- Smith, F. P., Goodhue, L. D., and Bronson, T. E. DDT aerosols for
pea aphid control. Jour. Econ. Ent. 38: 183-188.

Goodhue, L. D. Insecticidal aerosols. Sci. Monthly 61: 413-41l4.

N- ew developments in insecticides. Iowa State Col. Jour. Sci. 19:
255-262.

-- Ballinger, W. R., and Fales, J. H. Improved dispenser for testing
new liquefied gas aerosols. Jour. Econ. Ent. 38: 709-710.

-- Fales, J. H., and McGovran, R. R. Dispersar.ts for aerosols. Soap
and Sanit. Chem. 2l(4): 123, 125, 127.

Smith, F. F., and Ditman, L. P. DDT in aerosol form to control insects
on vegetables. Jour. Econ. Ent. 38: 179-182.

Lindqulst, A. W., Travis, B. V., Madden, A. H., Schroeder, H. 0., and Jones,
H. A. DDT and pyrethrum aerosols to control mosquitoes and
houseflies under semi-practical conditions. Jour. Econ. Ent.
38: 255-257.

Madden, A. H., Lindquist, A. W., and Knipling, E. F. DDT and other
insecticides as residual-type treatments to kill bedbugs. Jour.
Icon. Ent. 38: 265-271.

McKay, J. W., Burrell, P. C., and Goodhue, L. D. Applying colchicine to
plants by the aerosol method. Science 101: 154-156.

Smith, F. F., Ditman, L. P., and Goodhue, L. D. Experiments with aerosols
against some pests of truck crops. Jour. Econ. Fmt. 38: 189-196.








Smith, F. F., Ditman, L. P., Goodhue, L. D., and Burkhardt, Geo. Self-
propelled aerosol sprays for control of the pea aphid. Pa. Veg.
Growers' News. 15(5): 97-99.

and Goodhue, L. D. DDT aerosols to control onion thrips and other
pests in greenhouses. Jour. Econ. Ent. 38: 173-179.



- etz, W., and Shepherd, H. R. The expanding field for aerosols. Soap
and Sanit. Chem. 22(12): 137-139.

Ditman, L. P. DDT aerosols to control worma in corn. Jour. Econ. Ent. 39:
668.

Goodhue, L. D., Smith, F. F., and Burkhardt, Geo. Insecticidal
aerosols for pea aphid control second report. Jour. Econ. Ent.
39: 199-204.
Ditsler. R, 2. Aerosol marketing. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 22(7): 131, 133.

Fales, J. H., McGovran, E. R., and Goodhue, L. D. Aerosol toxicity Effect
of the nonvolatile content of a IDT aerosol on mortality of house-
flies. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 22(6): 157-158.

Gersdorff, W. A., and Barthel, W. F. Determination of pyrethrins deteriora-
tion. The solubility of pyrethrum concentrates in dichlorodi-
fluoromethahe as a measure of their deterioration in insecticidal
effectiveness. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 22(10): 155, 157.

Goodhue, L. D. Aerosols and their application. Jour. cBoon. Ent. 39: 506-
509.

-- The evaluation of liquefied gas aerosol solutions. Soap and Sanit.
Chem. 22(2): 133, 165.

and Ballinger, W. R. Accelerated aging test for insecticidal aerosols
containing DDT. Indus. Engln. Chem. Analyt. Ed. 18: 131-132.

-- and Riley, R. L. Particle-size distribution in liquefied gas aerosols.
Jour. Econ. Ent. 39: 223-226.

Eazen, A. C., and Goodhue, L. D. Insecticidal aerosols. Stability in.
storage studied by accelerated aging tests. Soap and Sanit. Chem.
22(8): 151, 153. 155.

Lindqulst, A. W., Travis, B. V., Madden, A. H., and Jones, H. A. Aerosol
formulation. Laboratory tests with pyrethrum and DDT aerosols
against the common malaria mosquito and the housefly. Soap and
Sanit. Chem, 22(5): 135, 137, 139, 119, 143.






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XcGovran, 3. R., and Pales, J. H. Toxicity of aerosols. Rate of movement
through and height of suspension in a toxic asi )l1 influence#
mortality of cage house flies. Soap and Sanit. Chem. 2?9):
127-129.

--- ales, J. H., and Goodhue, L. D. New formulations of aerosols dis-
persed by liquefied gases. Jour. Scon. Int. 39: 216-219.

Madden, A. H., Schroeder, H. 0., Knipling, 3. F., and Lindquist, A. W. A
modified aerosol formula for use against mosquitoes and house-
flies. Jour. Econ. Ent. 39: 620-623.

Markwood, L. N. The aerosol something new in insecticides. U. S. Dept. Corn.,
Don. Corn. 34 (1U): 50-66.

Ovens, H. B., and Ditman, L. P. Liquefied gas aerosols to control itsecta
on eggplant. Jour. oEcon. Ent. 39: 05-4O6.


1947

Anonymous. What the U.S.D.A. says about aerosols. Florists' Izxch. 109(12):
14, 16.

Anderson, L. D., and Brooks, J. V. Pea aphid control in eastern Virginia.
Jour. Icon. Int. 40: 199-205.

Chabot, Z. D. Greenhouse pest control is easy. Flower Grower. 534: 41l-42,
62.

Cory, X. N. Truck growers beat their swords into plow shares. South.
Planter 108(12)l 24-25.

Ditman, L. P., Burklardt, Geo., Smith, F. 1., and Goodhue, L. D. Liquified-
gas aerosols containing DDT for control of vegetable-crop insects.
Chemur. Digest 6: 94-95.

--- Smith, Y. 7., and Burkhardt, Geo. Liquefied gas aerosols for pea aphid
control. Third report. Jour. Icon. Ent. 40t 190-194.

fales, J. H., McGovran, 3. R., and Fulton, R. A. Gamma benzene hexachloride
in the liquefied-gas aerosol. Jour. Icon. Int. 40: 754.

Fulton, R. A., and Berlin, P. D. A glass container for use in studying
aerosol solutions. U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant Quar. ET-246, 2 pp.
[Processed.]

B-- erlin, F. D., and Bochert, It., Jr. A laboratory method for filling
aerosol containers. U. S. Bur. Int. and Plant Quar. IT-245,
2 pp. [Processed. ]

Gddis, C. B., and Goodhue, L. D. Treatment of aeroplanes to prevent
accidental transportation of Japanese beetles. Jour. Scon. 2nt. 40:
24o-244.






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Goodhue, L. D. Determination of Preon-insolubles in pyrethrum extract.
Soap and Sanit. Chem.23(1) 133, 135.
Sand Rasen, A. C. The viscosity and density of four liquefied gas
aerosol solutions containing DDT. Indus. and bngin. Chem.,
Analyt. Ed. 19: 248-250.

Schults, P. S., and Wilkins, P. H. Aerosols shoot for mass market.
(VWith low pressure propellants, cheap containers). Chem. Indus.
61t 602-604.

Hall, D. J. A new rival for DDT, hexaethyl betraphoephate. Flower Grower.
34: 339, 362.

Bailer, H. L. Wartime development of insecticides. Indus. and Ingin. Chem.
39t 467-473.

Latta, R., and Goodhue, L. D. Aerosols for insects. Yearbook of Agri-
culture, U. S. Dept. Agr. 1943-1947, pp. 622-627.

Laurie, A. New insectieides and fungloides. Glass and Garden. 2(5): 2.

McGovran, E. R., and bales, J. K. Collecting and weighing tube for insecti-
cidal aerosols. U. S. Bur. ESt. and Plant Quar. XT-241, 5 pp.
[Processed. J

-- and Pales, J. H. Insecticidal aerosol progress. Soap and Sanit.
Chen. 23(2): 124, 125, 169.

-- and Fales, J. H. Insecticidal aerosols. Blue Book 1947, pp. 179-181,
197. MacIair-Dorlan4 Co., lew York, N. Y.

and False, J. H. Swinging shatter apparatus for measuring small
dosages of insecticidal aerosol. U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant Qcr.
M-239, 11 pp. [Processed.]

Nelson, G. A. H. The use of insecticidal aerosols on agricultural crops.
Austral. Inst. Agr. Sol. Jour. 3: 38-40.

Owens, H. B., Ditran, L. P., and Burkhardt, Geo. Experiments with liquefied
gas aerosols for control of insects on eggplant and broccoli.
Jour. Eoon. Rat. 40: 423-424.

Peterson, H. S. Low pressure aerosols. Continental Can Co. Bul. 14, 22 pp.

Rhodes, V. W., and Goodhus, L. D. Beer cans for aerosol dispensing. Soap
and Sanit. Chem. 23: 122-123, 151.

Roark, R. C. A digest of information on hexaeIyl tetraphospnate. U. S.
Bur. Rst. and Plant Quar. 3-721, 12 pp. [Processed.]

Roberts, X. New insecticides are tested with light electric sprayer.
Florists' Exch. 109(14): 16.






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Roberts, E. New spray method. Glass and Garden. 2(g): 3.

Rose, P. J. The aerocide system of pest control in glass houses. Guard.
Chron. 122(3176): 1o0.

Smith, F. F., Fulton, R. A., and Brierley, P. Use of DDT and HETP as
aerosols in greenhouses. Part I. Agr. Chem. 2(12): 29-31, 61.

-- Fulton, R. A., Lung, P. H., and Brierley, P. Potent new insecticide
and new method undergo thorough trial; Aerosol applications of a
German insecticide, hexaethyl tetraphosphate, are being tested
extensively by the U. S. Department of Agriculture as an efficient
means of controlling greenhouse insects. Florists' Rev. 99(2569):
31-35.

1948

Anonymous. Chicago growers hear insect control expert (Smith). Florists'
Rev. 101(261g): 41.

Anderson, L. D., and Hofmaster, R. N. Pea aphid control experiments in
Virginia in 1947. Jour. Econ. Ent. 41: 278-282.
t
Blauvelt, V. E., and Hoffman, J. R. Parathion aerosol for greenhouse pest
control. N. Y. State Flower Growers' Bul. 29, pp. 1-6.

Delhaye, R. Les aerosols. Bul. Hort. (n.s.) 3: 43-46.

Ditman, L. P., and Cory, E. N. Liquefied gas aerosols to control bean
beetles. Jour. Econ. Ent. 41: 268-275.

English, L. L. Greenhouse pest control by use of organic phosphates. South.
Florist and Nurseryman 60(44): 19, 60-62.

Pulton, R. A. Carbon dioxide as a propellent for insecticide solutions.
U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant Quar. E-739, 3 PP. [Processed.]

-- Propellents for low-pressure liquefied-gas aerosols. Indus. and Engin.
Chem. 40: 699-700.

Fulton, J. D., Nichols, M. E., Woehler, J., Shrewsbury, C. L., Goodhue, L. D.,
and Wilkins, P. Germicidal aerosols. Discussion of investigations
in development of a liquefied gas germicidal aerosol formula. Soap
and Sanit. Chem. 24(5): 125-127, 157-155.

Hazen, A.. C., and Fulton, R. A. A method for the determination of Freon-
insoluble matter in pyrethrum extracts. U. S. Bur. Ent. and Plant
Quar. ET-257, 4 pp. [Processed.]




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F., Brierley, P., and Fulton, Rt. A. Responses of some plants to
DDT., hexaethyl tetraphosphate, and parathion applied as aerosols.
(In press).


u-- ulton, R. A., and Brierley, P. Use of DDT and ERT as aerosols in
greenhouses. Part II. Agr. Chem. 3(1): 37, 39, 77.

... Fulton, R. A., and Lung, P. H. Recent developments ain the control of
greenhouse pests by liquefied-gas aerosols. (In press).


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