• The Coccidae of scale insects of Missouri 

    Hollinger, Albert Harold (University of Missouri, 1917)
    Text from pages 1-2: Missouri stands almost surrounded by her sister states without having given her contributions to coccidology along with the others. Kansas, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio has each added much to our ...
  • The control of San Jose scale and the profitable rejuvenation of neglected orchards by spraying 

    Talbert, Thomas Jesse (University of Missouri, 1917)
    Text from page 1: The San Jose scale is the most serious insect pest of the Missouri orchards. It is capable of killing young fruit trees in two or three years and old trees become unprofitable and succumb to the attack ...
  • An ecological study of the insects of Crater Creek, Colorado 

    Hisaw, Frederick Lee (University of Missouri, 1916)
    Text from page 2: The observations and collections described in this paper were made during the summers of 1914 and 1915, while at the Mountain Biological Laboratory of the University of Colorado, at Tolland, Colorado, and ...
  • An investigation of the dipping and fumigation of nusery stock 

    Sullivan, Knowles Clark (University of Missouri, 1917)
    Text from page 3: While engaged in the work, many problems, confronting the nurserymen, concerning the eradication of San Jose scale from nursery stock, have been brought to his attention. As a result, a number of experiments ...