1 edition of A digest of the annual report of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, 1927 found in the catalog.
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|Other titles||Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, 1927|
|Statement||by Raymond O. Bulger, State Leader of Barberry Eradication in Soth Dakota, and John L. Richardson, Agent, Office of Cereal Crops and Diseases, Bureau of Plant industry|
|Contributions||Richardson, John L., United States. Bureau of Plant Industry. Office of Cereal Crops and Diseases|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves :|
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A digest of the annual report of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, / Title Variants: Alternative: Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, By. Bulger, Raymond O. United States. Bureau of Plant Industry. Office of Cereal Crops and Diseases.
Type. Book Material. A digest of the annual report of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, A digest of the annual report of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, by Bulger, Raymond O; United States.
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A digest of the annual report of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, / View Metadata By: Bulger, Raymond O. - Richardson, John L. - United States. The Barberry Eradication Program was an unprecedented federal and state cooperative plant disease control campaign between and the late s to remove common barberry, the alternate host of f.
sp., from the major centers of wheat production in the United States. Eradication of barberry has been credited with helping to reduce stem rust of wheat to a minor problem in the United States. A few veterans of the barberry eradication campaign in Minnesota and Wisconsin still maintain records of sites where barberry bushes were destroyed.
They occasionally visit sites where barberry bushes still survive. North Dakota, and South Dakota exceeded 10 million bushes per year in most of the years between and In the region's.
A brief, popular account is given of the relationship between the common barberry and the development of stem rust [Puccinia graminis] on cereals in Michigan, wherebarberry bushes have been destroyed since the inception of the campaign of eradication in (, in ).
The amount of common salt [R.A.M., vi, p. ] used for the extermination of the bushes during the whole. barberry eradication, the knowledge that barberry has reemerged on many sites and the recent changes in the P. graminis population, there is reason to be concerned over the possibility of increasing stem rust epidemics in Minnesota.
Barberry Eradication in Nebraska. THIEL* The barberry eradication campaign in Nebraska began in the spring of At the same time similar campaigns started in Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minne sota, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
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Box. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Progress of the barberry eradication campaign in Ohio, Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. TREATING A CoMMON BARBERRY BusH WITH CRUSHED RocK SALT, CHAMPAIGN CouNTY, ILLINOIS.
The eradication campaign in Illinois is supported by the Agricultural Ex periment Station and Extension Service of the University, by the Farm Bu reaus of the state, and by the State and Federal Departments of Agriculture. Brush Management – Invasive Plant Control. Barberries - VT Watch List.
Conservation Practice Job Sheet VT Japanese Barberry (Berberis thunbergii) Common Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) Barberries. Japanese and toothed margins and spines are typically in groups of common barberries are native to Eurasia. The potential for barberry to make a comeback in the north-central United States could allow the sexual cycle of P.
graminis to become reestablished (7). Evi-dence of barberry bushes reemerging has been found in several states, including Minnesota (11), a state heavily involved in the Barberry Eradication Program through-out the twentieth century. Abstract. Extension circular discusses barberry eradication in Nebraska.
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Suggested chemical control in March, April, May, and June is to cut the stump (multiple stems) high (six to twelve inches) and let it sprout.
Then cut the sprouted plant in July, August, or early September to one inch from the ground and stump-applicate with straight glyphosate herbicide. A Suggested Japanese Barberry Example Using the IPM.Sec. Annual report regarding food aid programs and activities.
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