Agricultural Research magazine

One hundred and eleven of the following 127 articles from Agricultural Research were included in “A review of stored-product entomology information sources”. The list is given twice: first chronologically and then by categories to make finding a particular type of publication easier. The articles were written by Agricultural Research staff writers.

1953 Early dust stops stored-wheat insects 1(11): 11

1953 Electronic destroyer of stored-grain insects 2(4): 10-11

1953 Quick test for fumigants 1(7): 13

1953 Small farm may save stored grain 1(7): 12-13

1954 100 years of professional entomology 2(9): 3-5

1955 Fight against khapra beetle 3(1): 16

1955 Fifteen grain warehouses 3(7): 16

1956 A report on the khapra beetle campaign 4(9): 8-9

1957 Protecting stored peanut from insects 6(3): 6

1959 Khapra beetle again 8(1): 15-16

1959 Radio waves that kill 8(2): 15

1963 Barring our doors against plant pests 12(6): 8-9

1965 Guarding against seafaring khapras 14(2): 8-9

1965 Tuning in on insects 14(5): 14

1966 Beetles shy from light, are trapped 14(10): 15

1966 Gases kill storage insects 15(2): 7

1966 Upsetting insect metamorphosis 14(9): 8-9

1967 Foreign scientists help US fight khapra beetle 16(4): 10-11

1967 New grain irradiator 15(12): 11

1967 Quest for microbial alternatives 24(11): 6-7

1967 RF injures yellow mealworm 16(1): 16

1967 Treated trays protect raisins 16(3): 13

1968 Clues to rice weevil attractant 17(4): 15-16

1968 Light can re-set insect’s biological clock 16(10): 8-9

1968 Microbial insecticides 16(9): 8-9

1968 Much wheat damage preharvest 17(2): 11

1969 Fumigating crated cereal products 17(8): 16

1969 Insecticide vapor more effective than sprays for stored food 17(7): 7

1970 CO2 vs Insects 19(3): 10-11

1970 Indian-meal moth stripped out of stored grain 18(12): 5

1971 Magnets detect insects 20(5): 7

1971 Mothproofing … the search for safer pesticides 20(3): 6-7

1971 Radiation vs grain insects 20(2): 16

1971 Which temperatures kill wax moths? 19(8): 14

1972 Curbing navel orangeworms 20(9): 13

1972 Drier air deadly to insects 20(12): 15

1972 Feeding insects the peel 21(2): 15

1972 For Indianmeal moths…birth control slows population clock 20(12): 11

1973 Aerating corn for short-term storage 22(1): 3-5

1973 Beetle shuns WURLD wheat 21(12): 15-16

1973 Beetle shuns WURLD wheat 21(12): 15-16

1973 Inert atmosphere vs. stored grain pests 22(1): 12

1973 Insect control with microwaves 22(1): 14

1973 Juvenile hormone makes monster insects 21(11): 3-4

1973 Sterilizing insects saves the grain 21(10): 3-5

1973 Turning the tide on insect pests 21(7): 13

1973 Turning the tide on insect pests 21(7): 13

1974 Summer protection for woolens 23(3): 11

1975 A potent weapon against stored grain insects 24(4): 5

1975 Carpet beetle also likes wool-synthetic fibers 24(1): 13

1975 Finding weevil-resistant wheats 23(10): 10

1975 Improving on the pharaohs  23(7): 13

1975 Insect-free dried fruit 23(8): 20

1976 In stored grain:  no oxygen – no insects 25(2): 3-5

1976 Mothproofing woolens 24(7): 16

1976 The Arkansas strain 24(8): 5

1978 Beetle pests in stored food 27(7): 3-5

1978 Sterile moths reduce insecticide 26(10): 14-15

1978 Successful control of Khapra beetle 26(10): 7

1979 Lowering oxygen level to control insects 28(1): 16

1979 Protecting stored grain 27(8): 13

1980 Almond moth recapture rates monitored 29(3): 13

1980 BT controls grain insects 28(9): 4-6

1980 Waging war on peanut pest 29(3): 12

1982 Rice weevil lure found 30(7): 5

1983 Fumigating empty metal bins 32(2): 14

1983 Weevil attraction unites insects 32(4): 10-11

1984 Controlling stored grain pests without pesticides 32(13): 16

1984 Pheromones – decoding insect chemical communication 32(13): 8-12

1985 Gene find may overcome resistance 33(3): 4

1985 New insect sex pheromone mimic 33(7): 16

1985 New stored grain protectant – Fenoxycarb 33(9): 4

1985 New system hears insects chewing 33(4): 13-15

1985 Pheromones for grain weevil 33(10): 16

1986 Stored grain spray – less water 34(1): 5-6

1986 Tomato product repels grain weevil 34(8): 5

1987 Controlling lesser mealworm in coop 35(6): 16

1987 Insect control at sea 35(1): 6-10

1987 Sweetpotato weevil pheromone 35(4): 16

1987 What’s the chewing 35(1): 16

1988 New virus mix kills insects in raisins 36(10): 13

1990 Wasp takes wiff and grain pest is history 38(1): 22

1991 Computers guard the granary 39(9): 16-17

1991 Replacing fumigants with beneficial insects 39(2): 14-16

1993 Acoustic sensors detect insect deep inside grain bin 41 (7): 6-7

1993 Maternal gene means life or death for flour beetle 41(1): 23

1993 Pest arrest in Manhattan, Kansas 41(7): 7-9

1994 ARS/industry R&D takes aim with bio-based pest solution 42(1):23

1995 Beyond methyl bromide 43(1): 14-18

1995 Computer figures stored-grain insect risk 43(6): 22

1995 Good pirate 43(3): 19

1996 ARS taps grain bugs’ suppertime 44(1): 23

1996 Listening to insects 44(9): 7

1996 Microwave zap grain pests 44(5): 21

1997 Computer model helps grain stay too cool for bugs 45(6): 23

1998 EGPIC: An automated insect census-taker 46(9): 20-21

1998 Model helps time stored pest fumigation 46(7): 21

1998 NIR detects, destroys insect pests 46(5): 14

1998 Pest-proofing food packaging 46(3): 10-11

1999 Microbes produce sap beetle attractants 47(4): 20-21

2000 Avidin 48(8): 8-9

2000 Elevating grain storage practices 48(4): 18-19

2000 Natural product helps insects “bite the dust”  48(6): 23

2001 Listening to larvae 49(3): 21

2001 Spreading good management practices among elevator managers 49(11): 14

2002 Fighting insect pests of stored food 50(1): 16-17

2003 Monitoring system counts insects, identifies species 51(7): 12-13

2003 Scientists try to stop cereal killer 51(5): 20-21

2003 Zapping sweetpotato weevils 51(4): 22

2005 Beetle mania 53(11): 4-6

2005 From granaries to insecticides: NIR technology helps 53(3): 8-9

2006 “Sting operation” to protect groceries 54(5): 23

2006 Stored grains are singing 54(9): 23

2007 How the beetle gets its shell 55(1): 23

2007 Potato pests vulnerable to insect virus 55(4): 23

2008 First beetle blueprint is complete 56(8): 23

2008 Spotting insects in stored grain electrically 56(2): 23

2009 Grain pest’s genes turned against it 57(10): 21

2010 Anti-pest aeration: a new twist on an old concept 58(7): 18

2012 Innovations for pest control in produce 60(6): 2

2013 Patented New Trap Irresistible to Insect Pests 61(10): 21.

2014 Cleaning Honeycombs With Ozone 62(3): 12-13.

2014 New Lure May Help Growers Combat Almonds’ No. 1 Insect Pest Navel Orangeworm 62(8): 20-22.

2014 Moisture Meter Technology for In-Shell Peanuts Licensed 62(8): 16-17.

2015 Luring a Pest of Popular Nuts 63(5):

2015 How Coffee Berry Borers Survive on Caffeine 63(12):

2017 Moisture Meter Will Help Prevent Grain Losses 65(3):

By Category

Insect pests – Dermestidae               

1955 Fight against khapra beetle 3(1): 16

1955 Fifteen grain warehouses 3(7): 16

1956 A report on the khapra beetle campaign 4(9): 8-9

1959 Khapra beetle again 8(1): 15-16

1963 Barring our doors against plant pests 12(6): 8-9

1965 Guarding against seafaring khapras 14(2): 8-9

1967 Foreign scientists help US fight khapra beetle 16(4): 10-11

1975 Carpet beetle also likes wool-synthetic fibers 24(1): 13

1978 Successful control of khapra beetle 26(10): 7

Insect pests – Pyralidae                     

1972 For Indianmeal moths…birth control slows population clock 20(12): 11

Insect pests – Tenebrionidae            

1993 Maternal gene means life or death for flour beetle 41(1): 23

2005 Beetle mania 53(11): 4-6

2007 How the beetle gets its shell 55(1): 23

2008 First beetle blueprint is complete 56(8): 23

2009 Grain pest’s genes turned against it 57(10): 21

Pest management                              

1954 100 years of professional entomology 2(9): 3-5

1957 Protecting stored peanut from insects 6(3): 6

1972 Curbing navel orangeworms 20(9): 13

1978 Sterile moths reduce insecticide 26(10): 14-15

1979 Protecting stored grain 27(8): 13

1985 New insect sex pheromone mimic 33(7): 16

1986 Tomato product repels grain weevil 34(8): 5

1987 Controlling lesser mealworm in coop 35(6): 16

1991 Computers guard the granary 39(9): 16-17

1993 Pest arrest in Manhattan, Kansas 41(7): 7-9

1994 ARS/industry R&D takes aim with bio-based pest solution 42(1): 23

1995 Beyond methyl bromide 43(1): 14-18

1995 Computer figures stored-grain insect risk 43(6): 22

1997 Computer model helps grain stay too cool for bugs 45(6): 23

1998 Model helps time stored pest fumigation 46(7): 21

2000 Elevating grain storage practices 48(4): 18-19

2001 Spreading good management practices among elevator managers 49(11): 14

2002 Fighting insect pests of stored food 50(1): 16-17

2003 Scientists try to stop cereal killer 51(5): 20-21

2005 From granaries to insecticides: NIR technology helps 53(3): 8-9

2012 Innovations for pest control in produce 60(6): 2

Aeration                                             

1953 Small fam may save stored grain 1(7): 12-13

1973 Aerating corn for short-term storage 22(1): 3-5

2010 Anti-pest aeration: a new twist on an old concept 58(7): 18

Biological control                               

1967 Quest for microbial alternatives 24(11): 6-7

1968 Microbial insecticides 16(9): 8-9

1973 Turning the tide on insect pests 21(7): 13

1973 Beetle shuns WURLD wheat 21(12): 15-16

1975 Finding weevil-resistant wheats 23(10): 10

1976 The Arkansas strain 24(8): 5

1978 Beetle pests in stored food 27(7): 3-5

1980 BT controls grain insects 28(9): 4-6

1980 Waging war on peanut pest 29(3): 12

1986 Stored grain spray – less water 34(1): 5-6

1988 New virus mix kills insects in raisins 36(10): 13

1990 Wasp takes wiff and grain pest is history 38(1): 22

1991 Replacing fumigants with beneficial insects 39(2): 14-16

1995 Good pirate 43(3): 19

2006 “Sting operation” to protect groceries 54(5): 23

2007 Potato pests vulnerable to insect virus 55(4): 23

Detection                                           

1966 Beetles shy from light, are trapped 14(10): 15

1968 Much wheat damage preharvest 17(2): 11

1971 Magnets detect insects 20(5): 7

1985 New system hears insects chewing 33(4): 13-15

1987 What’s the chewing 35(1): 16

1993 Acoustic sensors detect insect deep inside grain bin 41 (7): 6-7

1996 Listening to insects 44(9): 7

1998 NIR detects, destroys insect pests 46(5): 14

2001 Listening to larvae 49(3): 21

2006 Stored grains are singing 54(9): 23

2008 Spotting insects in stored grain electrically 56(2): 23

Fumigation                                         

1953 Quick test for fumigants 1(7): 13

1966 Gases kill storage insects 15(2): 7

1969 Fumigating crated cereal products 17(8): 16

1970 CO2 vs Insects 19(3): 10-11

1973 Inert atmosphere vs. stored grain pests 22(1): 12

1983 Fumigating empty metal bins 32(2): 14

1987 Insect control at sea 35(1): 6-10

2014 Cleaning Honeycombs With Ozone 62(3): 12-13.

Host plant resistance

2015 How Coffee Berry Borers Survive on Caffeine 63(12):

Insecticides             

1953 Early dust stops stored-wheat insects 1(11): 11

1966 Upsetting insect metamorphosis 14(9): 8-9

1967 Treated trays protect raisins 16(3): 13

1969 Insecticide vapor more effective than sprays for stored food 17(7): 7

1970 Indian-meal moth stripped out of stored grain 18(12): 5

1971 Mothproofing … the search for safer pesticides 20(3): 6-7

1972 Feeding insects the peel 21(2): 15

1973 Juvenile hormone makes monster insects 21(11): 3-4

1974 Summer protection for woolens 23(3): 11

1976 Mothproofing woolens 24(7): 16

1985 New stored grain protectant – Fenoxycarb 33(9): 4

2000 Natural product helps insects “bite the dust”  48(6): 23

2000 Avidin 48(8): 8-9

Insecticide resistance                                   

1985 Gene find may overcome resistance 33(3): 4

Moisture

2014 Moisture Meter Technology for In-Shell Peanuts Licensed 62(8): 16-17.

2017 Moisture Meter Will Help Prevent Grain Losses 65(3):

Packaging                                          

1975 Insect-free dried fruit 23(8): 20

1998 Pest-proofing food packaging 46(3): 10-11

Physical control

1968 Light can re-set insect’s biological clock 16(10): 8-9

1972 Drier air deadly to insects 20(12): 15

1975 Improving on the pharaohs  23(7): 13

1976 In stored grain:  no oxygen – no insects 25(2): 3-5

1979 Lowering oxygen level to control insects 28(1): 16

Radiation                                           

1967 New grain irradiator 15(12): 11

1971 Radiation vs grain insects 20(2): 16

1973 Sterilizing insects saves the grain 21(10): 3-5

1975 A potent weapon against stored grain insects 24(4): 5

2003 Zapping sweetpotato weevils 51(4): 22

Sampling                                            

1980 Almond moth recapture rates monitored 29(3): 13

Temperature                                      

1953 Electronic destroyer of stored-grain insects 2(4): 10-11

1959 Radio waves that kill 8(2): 15

1965 Tuning in on insects 14(5): 14

1967 RF injures yellow mealworm 16(1): 16

1971 Which temperatures kill wax moths? 19(8): 14

1973 Insect control with microwaves 22(1): 14

1996 Microwave zap grain pests 44(5): 21

Trapping                                             

1968 Clues to rice weevil attractant 17(4): 15-16

1982 Rice weevil lure found 30(7): 5

1983 Weevil attraction unites insects 32(4): 10-11

1984 Pheromones – decoding insect chemical communication 32(13): 8-12

1984 Controlling stored grain pests without pesticides 32(13): 16

1985 Pheromones for grain weevil 33(10): 16

1987 Sweetpotato weevil pheromone 35(4): 16

1996 ARS taps grain bugs’ suppertime 44(1): 23

1998 EGPIC: An automated insect census-taker 46(9): 20-21

1999 Microbes produce sap beetle attractants 47(4): 20-21

2003 Monitoring system counts insects, identifies species 51(7): 12-13

2013 Patented New Trap Irresistible to Insect Pests 61(10): 21

2014 New Lure May Help Growers Combat Almonds’ No. 1 Insect Pest Navel Orangeworm 62(8): 20-22

2015 Luring a Pest of Popular Nuts 63(5):

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