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            U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and U.S. Department of Interior 1959. Clean corn will pay dividends. Unnumbered pamphlet, 14 pp.
            Chapman, H.C., and J.B. Schmitt. 1959. Stored-grain insects and their control in the northeastern states. Northeast Regional Research Publication No. 38, New Jersey Agricultural Experimental Station Bulletin 791 1-16.
            Harein, P.K., J.R. Pedersen, H.D. Nelson, and W.K. Whitney. 1959. Grain fumigation as affected by (1) type and condition of the grain (2) insect populations (3) storage facilities (4) chemicals used. Pest Control 27: 20, 22, 24-28.
            Phillips, G.L., W.K. Whitney, C.L. Storey, and H.H. Walkden. 1959. Bulk cocoa bean fumigation for tobacco moth: gravity penetration vs. recirculation. Pest Control 27: 39-42, 44.
            Walkden, H.H., and H.D. Nelson. 1959. Evaluation of synergized pyrethrum for the protection of stored wheat and shelled corn from insect attack. Marketing Research Report No. 322. 48 pp.
            Cotton, R.T. 1958. Developments in the fumigation of stored products in the United States. Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Entomology, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 1956, 4: 81-86.
            Whitney, K.W., O.K. Jantz, and C.S. Bulger. 1958. Effects of methyl bromide fumigation on the viability of barley, corn, grain sorghum, oats and wheat seeds. J. Econ. Entomol. 51: 847-861.
            LaHue, D.W., H. Womack, and B.W. Clements, Jr. 1958. Treatments for the protection of stored southern-grown corn from rice weevil attack--exploratory tests. Marketing Research Report No. 272.
            Schesser, J.H., W.E. Priddle, and E.P. Farrell. 1958. Insecticidal residues in milling fractions from wheat treated with methoxychlor, malathion, and lindane. J. Econ. Entomol. 51: 516-518.
            Walkden, H.H., and H.D. Nelson. 1958. Evaluation of ryania for the protection of stored wheat and shelled corn from insect attack. Marketing Research Report No. 245. 21 pp.
            Walkden, H.H., and H.D. Nelson. 1958. Evaulation of lindane for the protection of stored wheat and shelled corn from insect attack. Marketing Research Report No. 234. 27 pp.
            Quinlan, J.K., and R.F. Miller. 1958. Evaluation of synergized pyrethrum for the control of Indian-meal moth in stored shelled corn. Marketing Research Report No. 222. 13 pp.
            Walkden, H.H., and H.D. Nelson. 1958. Evaluation of methoxychlor for the protection of stored wheat and shelled corn from insect attack. Marketing Research Report No. 213. 25 pp.
            Phillips, G.L., and H.D. Nelson. 1957. Permeability to methyl bromide of plastic films and plastic- and rubber-coated fabrics. J. Econ. Entomol. 50: 452-454.
            White, G.D., and H.E. McGregor. 1957. Epidemic infestations of wheat by a dermestid Trogoderma glabrum (Herbst). J. Econ. Entomol. 50: 382-385.
            White, G.D. 1957. The practicability of flotation as a means for detecting internal insect infestation in wheat. Down to Earth, Summer 1957, The Dow Chemical Company. 2 pp.
            Phillips, G.L. 1957. Current use of thermal conductivity gas analyzers for the measurement of fumigants. Pest Control Magazine, E-851, July 1957, 4pp.
            White, G.D., H.H. Walkden, and H.D. Nelson. 1957. Evaluation of three spot fumigants formulations. Milling Production, May 1957, 22: 15-20.
            Phillips, G.L. 1957. Experiments on distributing HCN in bulk grain with aeration systems. Agricultural Marketing Service Report No. AMS-152. 10 pp.
            Phillips, G.L. 1957. Experiments on distributing liquid fumigants in bulk grain with aeration systems. Agricultural Marketing Service Report No. AMS-151. 23 pp.
            Phillips, G.L. 1957. Experiments on distributing methyl bromide in bulk grains with aeration systems. Agricultural Marketing Service Report, No. AMS-150. 60 pp.
            White, G.D. 1956. Studies on separation of weevil-infested from noninfested wheat by flotation. Agricultural Marketing Service Report No. AMS-101. 10 pp.
            Walkden, H.H. 1955. Reports of cooperative research on insect control in farm-stored grain, July 1941 to June 1946. J. Econ. Entomol. 48: 766-767.
            Dennis, N.M., and W.K. Whitney. 1955. Effect of varying the volatilization of methyl bromide by combinations with various solvents on its distribution in bulk grain fumigation. Agricultural Marketing Service Report No. AMS-73. 18 pp.
            Apt, A.C. 1955. A study of the role of vacuum cleaning in the control of insects in flour mills. Milling Production 20: 5-7.
            Cotton, R.T. 1955. The khapra beetle. Modern Sanitation 7: 26-28, 47-48.
            Phillips, G.L. 1955. Grain Fumigation. Agric. Chem. part l, 10: 41-43, 133, 135.
            White, G.D. 1953. Weight loss in stored wheat caused by insect feeding. J. Econ. Entomol. 46: 609-610.
            Phillips, G.L., and R. Latta. 1953. The value of forced circulation in the fumigation of commodities in freight cars. Down to Earth, 8: 13-15.
            Phillips, G.L., J.S. Cook, and W.M. Irvin. 1953. Control of pink bollworm larvae in large steel storage tanks by methyl bromide fumigation. Agric. Chem. 8: 40-41, 127.
            White, G.D. 1952. Experiments in preventing the build-up of insects in newly harvested wheat. USDA, Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, E-850, November 1952, 3 pp.
PDF at NAL Cotton, R T. 1952. Fumigating stored foodstuffs. Yearbook of Agriculture (Separate No. 2338): 345-349.
            Cotton, R.T., and H.H. Walkden. 1951. Fumigation of large bulks of sorghum grain. Down to Earth 7: 6-7.
 
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