Extension Bulletins

In the United States, the land grant colleges in many states and the USDA have printed and distributed the following extension bulletins, cards, circulars, fact sheets, folders, handbooks and leaflets, memoirs and x forms on cheese, cured meat, dried fruit, fabric, dried milk, food processing, food store, grain, household, legume, library, museum, pantry, potato, stored-product and tobacco pests. Some extension publications from other countries are included. The earliest extension publication in the list was issued in 1889. Many of these extension publications (182) were included in “A review of stored-product entomology information sources” and the following list has additions and corrections. The current list has 530. Each of the bulletins is listed twice; first alphabetically and then in the following 47 categories to make finding a particular type of publication easier.

I. Biology or Biology and Pest Management (241)

Aeration (4)

Anobiidae (2)

Bostrichidae (5)

Bruchidae (14)

Cheese pests (4)

Curculionidae (4)

Cured meat pests (2)

Dermestidae (19)

Dried fruit pests (6)

Fabric pests (7)

Food processing pests (1)

Food store pests (1)

Furniture (2)

Gelechiidae (9)

Grain pests (57)

Household pests (25)

Languriidae (1)

Legume pests (5)

Lophocateridae (1

Mill pests (1)

Mite pests (1)

Natural enemies (1)

Nitidulidae (1)

Pantry pests (8)

Potato pests (11)

Psocids (1)

Ptinidae (1)

Pyralidae (9)

Silvanidae (3)

Silverfish (2)

Stored product pests (10)

Temperature (3)

Tenebrionidae (8)

Tineidae (3)

Tobacco pests (7)

Trogosidae (1)

Vertebrate pests (2)

II. Pest management (276)

Aeration (11)

Animal feed pests (1)

Bostrichidae (1)

Bruchidae (4)

Cheese pests (1)

Cured meat pest (1)

Dried fruit pests (4)

Dried milk pests (2)

Drying (14)

Economics (1)

Fabric pests (7)

Food processing pests (3)

Fumigation (30)

Fur pests (1)

Grain pests (120)

Household pests (17)

Insecticide (9)

Legume pests (8)

Mill pests (6)

Packaging (2)

Pantry pests (3)

Peanut pests (8)

Potato pests (4)

Stored product pests (8)

Temperature (7)

Tineidae (2)

Tobacco pests (3)

Transportation (1)

Vertebrate pests (1)

Alphabetical List

Aldini, R. N. 2004. Household and stored-food insects recently introduced into Italy. Tecnica Molitoria 55:977-999.

Anonymous. 1918. Pea and bean weevils. Union of South Africa Department of Agriculture Bull. 12

Anonymous 1934. Pestiferous insects of the household. Department of Agriculture, Tallahassee, Florida, New Series 70.

Anonymous 1939. Common pests of grain and other stored produce. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research

Anonymous 1947. DDT for control of household pests. USDA Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine

Anonymous 1951. Control of stored-rice insects. Louisiana State University Leaflet 37

Anonymous 1952. Drying ear corn with heated air. USDA Leaflet 333

Anonymous 1952. Drying ear corn with unheated air. USDA Leaflet 334

Anonymous 1952. Drying shelled corn and small grain with heated air. USDA Leaflet 331

Anonymous 1953. Fumigation for insect control. Oregon State Univ. Ext. Bull. 737

Anonymous 1953 (rev. 1957, 1965). Insects in farm-stored wheat. How to control them. USDA Leaflet 345

Anonymous 1953. Prevent damage to stored wheat. Michigan State University Extension Folder F-134

Anonymous 1953. Recent research on drying and storage of rough rice. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin 29

Anonymous. 1954. Procedure for insect prevention and control in plants processing nonfat dry milk solids. USDA-AMS-BSB

Anonymous 1954. You can store grain safely on the farm. USDA Farmers’ Bulletin 2071

Anonymous 1955. Common furniture beetle. Forest Products Research Leaflet 8

Anonymous 1955. Grain sanitation program of the Food and Drug Administration. US Dept. Health, Edication and Welfare

Anonymous 1955.Clothes moths and carpet beetles-how to combat them. USDA Home and Garden Bulletin 24

Anonymous 1956. Insect pests of farm stored grain. Pacific North West Bull. 15

Anonymous 1956. Mothproofing wool with ‘dieldrin.’ CSIRO Wool Textile Research Laboratories Trade Circular 2

Anonymous 1957. Controlling insect pests of stored rice. USDA Agric. Handbook 129

Anonymous 1958. The Sweetpotato Weevil and How to Control It. USDA Leaflet 431

Anonymous. 1959. Insect prevention and control in plants processing dry milk. USDA-AMS-MRD-302

Anonymous. 1959. Suggestions for insect control in farmers stock peanuts. USDA, AMS-337

Anonymous. 1961. Control in farmers stock peanuts. USDA, AMS-453

Anonymous 1962. Control of pantry pests. USDA-ARS-ERD-CA-5

Anonymous. 1962. Insect pests of stored foodstuffs. New South Wales Department of Agriculture Insect Pest Leaflet 76

Anonymous 1962. Method and equipment for bulk treatment of grain against insects. USDA Marketing Bull. 20

Anonymous. 1963. Insect prevention and control in rough rice. USDA Marketing Bulletin 28

Anonymous 1964. Insect control guide for Colorado: cereal crops, field crops, forage crops, stored grain. Colorado State University Extension Service General Series 800 Section II

Anonymous 1964. Insects Encountered in Handling of Food Grains and Their Control. Grain Storage Research and Training Institute Leaflet No. 1, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Hapur (U.P.), India.

Anonymous. 1965. Protecting home-cured meat from insects. USDA Home and Garden Bulletin 109

Anonymous 1966. Control of insects that attack dry beans and peas in storage. USDA Agric. Information Bull. 303

Anonymous. 1968. Household insects: an aid to identification and control. Clemson University.

Anonymous 1968 1977. Pea and bean beetles. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 126

Anonymous 1969. Controlling insects in farm-stored grain. USDA Leaflet 553.

Anonymous 1970 (rev. 1962). Control of pantry insects. USDA-ARS-CA-51-3.

Anonymous 1970. Insects and mites in sacks. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 469

Anonymous 1970. Salmonella Control recommended sanitation guidelines for processors of livestock and poultry feeds. USDA ARS 91-94

Anonymous 1971. Controlling insects in farm-stored grain. USDA Leaflet 553.

Anonymous 1972. Guide on Cowpea Storage in Plastic Bags (Yi ajiyar wake cikin jakar leda). Ahmadu Bello University Extension Guide 49

Anonymous 1972. Khapra beetle: a pest of stored grains and cereal products. U.S. Dept. Agric. leaflet PA-436 Jan. 1972. 4 pp.

Anonymous 1972. Stored tobacco insects – biology and control. USDA Handbook 233

Anonymous. 1973. Insect pests in food stores. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 483.

Anonymous. 1974. Insects and mites in farm-stored grain. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 368.

Anonymous. 1973. Insects infesting bacon and hams. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 373

Anonymous 1974. Low rate aeration of grain. MAFF Ag Dev Advisory Service, Short term leaflet 99

Anonymous 1975. Mites in stored commodities. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 489

Anonymous. 1976. Saw-toothed grain beetle. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 492.

Anonymous 1976. Control of insects attacking stored grain and peas and seed treatment for small grains. Washington State Univ. Coop. Ext. Ser. EM-3314.

Anonymous 1977. Management of on-farm stored grain. Kentucky Coop. Exten. Serv.

Anonymous 1978. Control of weevils: the clean pipeline. Western Australian Department of Agriculture AGDEX 110/615

Anonymous. 1978. Spontaneous heating of grain in store. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) CGS 51, Replaces AL404

Anonymous 1978. Insects in farm-stored grain. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food CG53

Anonymous 1979. Starling. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Leaflet 208

Anonymous 1982. Mites in Stored Grain and Oilseeds. MAFF Advisory Leaflet IC 1982/7

Anonymous 1983. Grain heating caused by pests and moulds. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 404

Anonymous 1984. Movement of natural air through grain. Manitoba Agriculture Agdex 732-1.

Anonymous 1991. Maintaining insect-free farm-stored grain. USDA Agric. Inf. Bull. 580

Armitage, H. M. and John B. Steinweden 1943. Fumigation of California dates with methyl bromide. Bulletin of the California Department of Agriculture 34(3): 101–107.

Atkinson, G.F. 1889. The cigarette beetle (Lasioderma serricorne F.) South Caroline Ag. Exp. Sta. Bull. 4 new ser.

Attia, Rizk, and Abd El Hakim Kamel. 1953. Effect of: (1) Ethylene dichloride carbon-tetrachloride mixture 3:1 (2) Carbon bisulphide on the germination of some Egyptian wheat varieties. Ministry of Agriculture Egypt Technical and Scientific Service Bulletin 265

Austen, E. E., and A. W. McKenny 1932. Clothes Moths and House Moths, Their Life-History, Habits and Control. British Museum Natural History Economic Series 14

Back, E.A. 1920. Insect control in flour mills. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 872

Back, E.A. 1929. Angoumois grain moth. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1156

Back, E.A. 1931 (rev 1919). Conserving corn from weevils in the gulf coast states. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1029

Back, E.A. 1931. Carpet beetles and their control. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1346

Back, E. A. 1931. Clothes moths and their control. USDA Farmers’ Bull. 1353

Back, E.A. 1931. The control of moths in upholstered furniture.  USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1655

Back, E. A. 1931. Silverfish as a pest of the household. USDA-Farmers’ Bulletin 1665

Back, E.A. 1936. Control of insect pests in stored grain. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1483

Back, E.A. 1938. Carpet beetles. USDA Leaflet 150

Back, E.A. 1939. Psocids, annoying house pests. USDA-Leaflet 189

Back, E.A. 1940. Clothes moths. USDA Leaflet 145

Back, E.A. 1940. Weevils in beans and peas. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1275

Back, E. A. 1946. Silverfish. USDA-Leaflet 149

Back, E.A. and R.T. Cotton. 1926. The cadelle. USDA Bull. 1428

Back, E.A. and R.T. Cotton. 1926. The granary weevil. USDA Bull. 1393

Back, E.A. and R.T. Cotton. 1932. Hydrocyanic acid gas as fumigant for destroying household insects. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1670

Back, E.A. and R.T. Cotton. 1937. Industrial fumigation against insects. USDA Circ. 369

Back, E.A. and R.T. Cotton. 1965 (rev. 1922). Stored Grain Pests. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1260

Back, E.A. and A.B. Duckett. 1918. Bean and Pea Weevils. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 983

Baerg, W. J. and  L. O. Warren. March 1954. Biology and control of the webbing clothes moth. Univ. of Arkansas College of Agriculture, Fayetteville, Arkansas, Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 544.

Bain, O.G. 1976. Insect pests in stored grain in Montana. Montana Dept. Agric. Bull. 1152

Baker, J. L., and A. J. Lambert. 1979. Aeration for safe grain storage. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Baker, N.T., R.A. Hellenthal and P.K. Harein. 1973. Some important adult beetle pests of stored grain. Univ. Minnesota Ext. Folder 285

Balzer, A.I 1947. Insect pests of stored rice and their control. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1906

Bang, Y. H., and H. S. Telford. 1966. Effect of sublethal doses of fumigants on stored grain insects. Washington Agric. Exp. Sta. Techn. Bull. 50

Barnes, G. 1974. Protect stored grain from insects. Univ. Arkansas Coop. Exten. Leaflet 412

Bauernfeind, R.J. 1995. Control of stored product insect pests with special emphasis on Indianmeal moth in dried flower arrangement materials and crafts. KS Agric. Exp. Sta. Coop. Exten. Serv. MF 2117

Bayer, L. J., W. E. Burkholder, and R. D. Shenefelt. 1972. Dermestidae of Wisconsin, primarily as represented in the Universtiy of Wisconsin insectarium. University of Wisconsin Research Bulletin R2381

Beal, R. S. 1960. Descriptions, biology, and notes on the identification of some Trogoderma larvae (Coleoptera, Dermestidae). Agriculture Research Service, USDA Technical Bulletin 1228

Bengston, M. 1970’s. Resistant grain insects (the on farm problems series). Information and Extension Training Branch, Queensland Dept. of Primary Industries

Bioletti, F.T. 1915. Control of raisin insects. Univ. of California Agr. College Circ.

Bishop, C. F. 1914. Controlling household pests. West Virginia University.

Blake, A. L., and N. L. Noecker. 1933. Relation of moisture to respiration and heating in stored grain. Iowa Ag. Exp. Res. Bul. 165 319-336.

Blake, G. H. et al. 1953. Control of vetch bruchid in Alabama. Alabama Polytechnic Institute Leaflet No. 36.

Bloome, P., Brusewitz, G., and Harp, S. 1974. Aeration and cooling of stored grain. OSU Extension Facts 1101, Oklahoma State Univ., Stillwater

Bloome, P., and Brusewitz, G. 1974. Maintaining quality of stored grain. OSU Extension Facts No. 1100, Oklahoma State Univ., Stillwater.

Bostanian, N. J. et al. 1974. Contol of fabric pests. Canadian Dept. Agric.

Bovington, H. H. S. 1933. Report on the Infestation of Cured Tobacco in London by the Cacao Moth, Ephestia Elutella HB Empire Marketing Board (EMB) NO. 67. His Majestys Stationary Office (HMSO).

Brindley, T.A., J.C. Chamberlin, F.G. Hinman and K.W. Gary. 1946. The pea weevil and methods for control. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1971

Brindley, T. A., J. C. Chamberlin and Ralph Schopp. 1952. The pea weevil and methods for its control. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1971

Britton, W. E. 1917. Insects injuring stored food products in Connecticut. Connecticut Agri. Exp. Sta. Bull. 195

Britton, W. E. 1935. A new dermestid beetle in Connecticut. Connecticut Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 368

Brown, S. L. 1994. Insect management in grain stored on farm. Univ. Georgia Coop. Ext. Serv. Bull. 1101

Bry, R. E. 1980. Protecting woolens against clothes moths and carpet beetles. USDA Home and Garden Bulletin 113

Bullen, Ken 2007. Insect Control in Stored Grain. Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Queensland

Burke, H. E. et al. 1922. The lead-cable borer or “short-circuit beetle” in California. USDA Bull. 1107

Burrell, N. J. 1970. Conditions for safe grain storage. Home-Grown Cereals Authority

Butler, Robert L., and Clarence E. Mickel. 1955. Insect and rodent contamination of grain. University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 431

Candura, G. S. 1929. Wheat insects in the granary. Circ. R. Lab. Ent. Agrar. Portici 5

Campbell, W.V. 1969. Stored grain insects and their control in the middle Atlantic states. Southern Coop. Serv. Bull. 75

Carruth, Laurence A. and Gary S. Olton. 1972. Household pests. (Bulletin No. A-72). University of Arizona

Center, O.D. 1919. Insect pests of stored grains and mill products. Oregon State Univ. Exten. Bull. 228

Chada, H. L. 1943. Delaware farm grain storage calendar. Protect grain stored from insect damage. Del. Univ. Agr. Exten. Inform. Card 52 .

Chamberlin, J. C. 1949. Insects of agricultural and household importance in alaska with suggestions for their control. U.S. department of Agriculture

Chapman, H. C. and J. B. Schmitt. 1959. Stored-grain insects and their control in Northeastern states. N.J. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 791

Chapman, R. N. and H. H. Shepard. 1932. Insects infesting stored food products. Minnesota Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 198

Chittenden, F.H. 1896. The white-marked spider beetle. USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 4

Chittenden, F.H. 1897. Some insects injurious to stored grain. USDA Agric. Bull. 45

Chittenden, F. H. 1902. Insects Affecting Cereals and Other Dry Vegetable Foods. p. 112–131. In L. O. Howard and C. L. Marlatt eds. The Principal Household Insects, USDA Bulletin 4 (n.s.).

Chittenden, F.H. 1911 The larger grain borer (Dinoderus truncatus Horn). USDA Bureau Entomol. Bull. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. Carbon tetrachloride as a substitute for carbon disulfide in fumigation against insects. USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The broad-bean weevil (Laria rufimana Boh.). USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The broad-nosed grain weevil (Caulophilus latinasus Say). USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The cowpea weevil (Pachymerus chinensis L.). USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The fig moth. USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 194

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The lesser grain borer (Rhyzopertha dominca Fab). USDA Bureau Entomol. Bull. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The long-headed flour beetle (Latheticus oryzae Waterh.). USDA Bur. Entomol. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The Mexican grain beetle (Pharaxonotha kirschi Reitt.). USDA Bur. Entomol. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The Siamese grain beetle (Lophocateres pusilus Klug.). USDA Bur. Entomol. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1919. The rice moth. USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 783

Chittenden, F. H. 1919. Sweet-potato weevil and its control. USDA Farmer’s Bulletin 1020

Chittenden, F. H. 1910. Control of the mediterranean flour moth by hydrocyanic-acid gas fumigation, USDA Circ. 112

Chittenden, F. H., and F. C. Pratt. 1905. An experiment with hydrocyanic acid gas as a remedy for the cigarette beetle in dwellings. USDA Bull. 54

Christensen, C. M., and H. H. Kaufmann. 1964. Questions and answers concerning spoilage of stored grains by storage fungi. Agric.Ext.Service, U.Minnesota

Clark, W. T. 1901. The potato-worm in California (Gelechia operculella Zeller). Calif. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 135 .

Clayton, J. T. 1956. Cooling stored grain to prevent spoilage in the top layers. University of Illinois College of Agric. Ext. Serv. Circ. 764

Cloud, H. A., and V. A. Morey. 1991. Managing of stored grain with aeration. University of Minnesota AG-FO-1327C

Cockerham, K. L.; Deen, O. T.; Christian, M. B.; Newson, L. D. 1954. The biology of the sweet potato weevil. LA Tech. Bull. 483

Colberg, W.J. 1951. Insect pests of cereal foods in the household. North Dakota Agric. College Exten. Serv. A-168

Colberg,Wayne J., and Mark. D. Worcester. 1953. Protect farm stored grain from rats and mice. Extension Service, North Dakota Agricultural College.

Colberg, W. J. 1958. Carpet beetles…clothes moths…your fabrics don’t have to nourish these hungry pests. North Dakota Agricultural College Extension Service Circ. AR A-301.

Colberg, W. J. 1958. Bugs in your cupboards. battling the insects who love cereal products. North Dakota Agricultural College Extension Service Circ. A-300.

Collman, S. and A.L. Antonelli. 1991. Carpet beetles. Washington State Univ. Exten. Bull. 1257

Conner, J.T. 1948. Control stored grain insects. North Carolina State Univ. Extension Circ. 325

Cotterell, G. S. 1934. Infestation of stored cocoa by weevil (Araecerus fasciculatus) and moth (Ephestia cautella). Bull. Dept. of Agric. Gold Coast. No. 28

Cotton, R.T. 1922. The broad-nosed grain weevil. USDA Prof. Pap. 1085

Cotton, R. T. 1940, rev. 1954. Mealworms. USDA Leaflet 195

Cotton, R.T. 1942. Control of insects attacking grain in farm storage. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1811

Cotton, R. T. 1950. Control of insects attacking stored popcorn. USDA Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine EC13

Cotton, R.T. 1958. Insect control in flour mills. Agric. Handbook 133

Cotton, R.T., J.C. Frankenfeld and G.A. Dean.1958 (revision of 1945). Controlling insects in flour mills. USDA Circ. 720

Cotton, R. T. and R. A. St. George. 1929. The meal worms. USDA Tech. Bull. 95

Cotton, R. T. and G. B. Wagner. 1938. Practical methods for insuring the production of insect-free flour. USDA E-419

Cotton, R. T. and G. B. Wagner. 1941. Control of insect pests of grain in elevator storage. (revision of 1938). USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1880

Cotton, R. T., and H. H. Walkden. 1952. Insect control in the country wheat elevator. USDA Bureau of Entomology and Quarantine EC24

Cotton, R. T., H. H. Walkden, G. D. White, and D. A. Wilbur. 1953. Causes of outbreaks of stored-grain insects. Kansas Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 359

Cotton, R.T., H.H. Walkden, G.D. White and D.A. Wilbur. 1960. Causes of outbreaks of stored-grain insects. Kansas Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 416

Creighton, J. T. 1943. Household pests.  U.S. Department of Agriculture Bulletin No. 122.

Creighton, J.T. 1957. Household pests. Florida Dept. Agric. Bull. 156

Croissant, R. L. 1995. Managing stored grain. Colorado State University No. 0.117

CSIRO. 1955. Wheat storage – research on pest control. Leaflet Series 11

Cuperus, G., R.T. Noyes, P. Kenkel, W.S. Fargo, J.T. Criswell and K. Anderson. 1995. Stored grain management in Oklahoma. OSU Ext. F-7180

Davis, A. C., and H. V. Claborn. 1935. Cyanide fumigation of mushroom houses. USDA Circular 364

Davis, C.S., A.S. Deal, V.E. Burton and J.E. Swift. 1982. Common pantry pests and their control. UC Berkley Leaflet 27111

Davis, G.C. 1896. Carpet beetles. Michigan Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 132

Davis, J. J. 1928. Insect problems in the home. Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Station Circular 150

Dean, G.A. 1913. Methods of controlling mill and stored-grain insects. Kansas State Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 189

Dean, G.A. 1915. Insects destructive to grain and grain products stored in barns and granaries. Kansas Circ. 47

Dean, G. A. 1921. The control of insects destructive to grain stored in bins and granaries. Kansas State College Extension Service X Form 179.

Dean, G.A., R.T. Cotton and G.B. Wagner. 1936. Flour-mill insects and their control. USDA Circ. 390

Dean, W. S. 1916. Manufacturing tests of cotton fumigated with hydrocyanic acid gas. USDA Bull. 366

DeLong, H. H. and E. I. Whitehead. 1949. Storing grain sorghum. S. Dak. Ag. Exp. Bull. 396.

DeOng, E.R. and C.L. Roadhouse. 1922. Cheese pests and their control. California Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 343

Dibble, C.B. 1940. Fumigating stored grain on the farm. Michigan State Univ. Exten. Bull. 217

Donald, J. 1975. Aeration of grain. Clemson University Circular 557

Donohoe, H.C. et al. 1943. Preventing damage to commercial dried fruits by the raisin moth. USDA Leaflet 236

Donohoe, H.C. et al. 1949. Biology of the raisin moth. USDA Tech. Bull. 994

Doran, E. W. 1892. Insects injurious to the grain of wheat. Md. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 16 437-448.

Doten, S. B. 1911. Concerning the relation of food to reproductive activity and longevity in certain Hymenopterous parasites. University of Nevada Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 78

Dunkel, F.V. and B.J. Jacobsen. 1997. Maintaining quality in stored grains, oilseeds, legumes, and seed stocks. Montana State Univ. Ext. Serv. EB-145

Durkin, J. J. 1955. Control stored grain pests. New Mexico A&M College

Dustan, G. G. 1937. Cheese mites and their control. Ontario Department of Agriculture and Food Bull. 385.

Emery, R.N. 1999. Warehouse beetle (Trogoderma variabile). Farmnote No. 77/99. Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

Essig, E.O. 1920. Important dried fruit insects in California. California Dept. Agr. Bull. 9

Farrar, M. D. and W. P. Flint. 1939. How to recognize some common insect enemies of stored grain. Ill. Ag. Ext. Circ. 497.

Farrar, M. D., T. W. Winburn and W. P. Flint. 1941. How to know and control stored-grain insects. Univ. Illinois Circ. 512. Circular replaces Circulars 489 and 497, published in 1939

Farrell, E. P., and M. Milner. 1952. Insect fragment problem in the milling industry. Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied Science Agricultural Experiment Station Circular 291

Felt, E. P. 1909. Control of household insects. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 129

Felt, E. P. 1911. Control of flies and other household insects. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 136

Felt, E.P. 1917. Household and camp insects. New York State Mus. Bull. 194

Fenton, F. A. 1941. Protecting stored wheat against insects. Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Circular C-95.

Fenton, F. C., M. Decker, and G. H. Larson. 1961. Aeration of wheat in storage. Agricultural Experiment Station Kansas State University Technical Bull. 116

Fenton, F. C., Harold E. Stover, and Norman V. Whitehair. 1955. Grain drying with forced natural air. Kansas State College Extension Service R. E. 12

Fernald, C.H. 1889. Household pests. Hatch Exp. Sta. Massachusetts Agric. Coll. Bull. 5

Fisher, E. H. 1973. Stored grain insects. Univ. Wisconsin Coop. Ext. Prog. Fact Sheet 4

Flint, W. P. and W. E. McCauley. 1937. Fabric insects – How to combat them in the home. Illinois Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 473

Flint, W. P. 1921. Control of insects injurious to stored grain and seeds. Univ. Illinois Exten. Circ. 40

Flint, W. P. 1922. Control of household insects. University of Illinois Agric. College Exp. Sta. Circ. 257

Floyd, E. H. 1942. Notes on the biology and seasonal history of the sweet potato weevil, Cylas formicarius (Fab.). Louisiana Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 350

Follwell, J. H. 1953. Stored product insects and their control in British Columbia. Province of British Columbia, Dept. of Agric., Entom. Circ. 1

French, J.C. 1964. Protection of small quantities of beans, peas or grain from insects. Univ. Georgia Exten. Leaflet 12

French, J.C. 1968. Protect stored grain from insect damage. Univ. Georgia Ext. Leaflet 11

Frickhinger, H. W. 1922. Die Kleidermotte als Schadling des Haushaltes. (The clothes moth as a pest of the household. Leaflet 2 of the German. Society for Angew Entomol.). Merkblatt. Nr. 2 der deut. Gesell fur angew Entomol. Paul Parey

Fullaway, D. T. 1912. Insects injurious to corn. Hawaii Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 27

Fullaway, D.T. 1914. Tobacco insects in Hawaii. Hawaii Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 34

Fulton, B. B. 1953. The cheese skipper, a pest of cured meat in North Carolina. NC Agric. Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull. 103.

Gahan, Charles J. and Frederick Laing. 1946 (1932). Furniture beetles. their life-history and how to check or prevent the damage caused by the worm. British Museum of Natural History Economic Series 11

Garman, H. 1913. Fumigation and spraying. University of Kentucky, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. 172

Garman, H. 1917. Household pests and their treatment. University of Kentucky Circular No. 15.

Garman, H. 1917. Observations and experiments on the bean and pea weevils in Kentucky. Kentucky Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 213

Garman, P. 1931. An electric sterilizer for killing insects in milled cereal. Connecticut Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 327

Gates, Dell E.; Whitehair, Norman V.; Enix, James R. 1957. Stored grain insects and the clean grain program. Kansas State College Extension Serv. L-30

Gates, D. E. 1980. Stored products pest control. Kansas State Univ. Coop. Ext. Serv.

Gee, Wilson Parham. 1912. The Corn Weevil. South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. 170.

Gibson, A., and C. R. Twinn. 1920. Household insects and their control (with a chapter on animal pests other than insects). Canadian Dept. Agr. Bull. n. s. 112 .

Gilbertson, G.I. 1941. Control measures for stored grain insects. South Dakota State Univ. Exten. Leaflet 50

Girault, A.A. 1912. Insects injurious to stored grains and their ground products. Univ. Illinois Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 156

Glover, John W., and Rupert W. Watkins In-storage grain drying. North Carolina State Univ Agric Exten Service

Goble, H. W. 1960. Stored-grain insects in farm storage in Ontario. Ontario Department of Agriculture Circular 229

Gojmerac, W. L. 1980. Insect control in food handling and processing establishments. University of Wisconsin Extension A2518

Gojmerac, W. L., W. E. Burkholder and J. E. Gorman. 1973. Insect control in food processing plants. Univ. Wisconsin Coop. Exten. Programs A2518

Good, N.E. 1936. The flour beetles of the genus Tribolium. USDA Tech. Bull. 498

Goodwin, W.H. 1912. Flour mill fumigation. Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 234

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Shepard, Harold H. 1939. Insects infesting stored grain and seeds. Univ. Minnesota Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 340

Sherman, M. and M. Tamashiro. 1954. Sweet potato weevils in Hawaii and their biology and control. Hawaii Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 23

Shull, W. E., and Mary Lou Rudeen. 1946. Clothes moth control with DDT. University of Idaho College or Agriculture Extension Circular 93

Simmons, J. W. 1958. How to Dry and Store Grain and Seed on Georgia Farms. Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin, N. S. 33

Simmons, P. 1927. The cheese skipper as a pest in cured meats. USDA Bull. 1453

Simmons, P. 1943. Preventing insect damage in home-dried fruits. USDA Leaflet 235

Simmons, P. and G.W. Ellington. 1933. Life history of the Angoumois grain moth in Maryland. USDA Tech. Bull. 351

Simmons, P. and H. D. Nelson. 1975. Insects on dried fruits. Agric. Handbook 464

Simmons, P., W. D. Reed and E. A. McGregor. 1931. Fig insects in California. USDA Circ. 157

Skaife, S. H. 1918. Pea and bean weevils. Union of S. Africa Dept. Agric., Pretoria, Bull, no 12: 1-32.

Smit, B. 1946. Control of household insects in South Africa. South Africa Department of Agriculture Bull. 192

Smit, B. 1957. Control of stored grain insects in South Africa. South Africa Department of Agriculture Bulletin 355

Smith, C. E. 1923. Sweet potato weevil in Louisiana and its control. Louisiana Bull. 188.

Smith, Fred H., and W. C. Nettles 1959. Disease and insect pests of small grains in South Carolina. Clemson Agricultural College Circular 458

Smith, J. B. 1900. Angoumois grain moth, Sitotroga cerealella Oliv. New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 147

Smith, R. I. 1909. Corn weevils and other grain insects. North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts Exp. Sta. Bull. 203

Suomi, Daniel A. and Roger D. Akre Anobiid beetles in structures. Washington State University Extension Bulletin 1577

Spackman, E.W. 1970. Pantry pests. Univ. Wyoming Agric. Ext. Serv. Bull. 509

Spencer, G. J., C. L. Neilson, and P. Zuk. 1962. Carpet Beetles. Province of British Columbia Department of Agriculture Entomological Circular 20

Spencer, P. H., and W. D. Strong. 1925. The potato tuber worm history in Virginia. Bulletin of the Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station 53: 419-462.

Stedman, J.M. 1895. Insects injurious to stored grain. Alabama Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 61

Stone, R. E. 1943. Controlling clothes moths and carpet beetles in the home. University of Missouri

Storey, C. L., R. D. Speirs and L. S. Henderson. 1979. Insect control in farm-stored grain. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 2269

Stracener, C. L. 1936. Some phases of insect control in rough rice Leaflet 2. Louisiana State University.

Strand, A.L. 1926. Chloropicrin. New fumigant for mill and household insects. Minnesota Agric. Ext. Div. Spec. Bull. 102

Strickland, E. H. 1938. Insect pests of grain in Alberta. University of Alberta Department of Extension Bulletin 24

Strong, R. G. 1949. Method demonstration of weevil control in corn. Louisana Ext. Circ. Letter 13 .

Strong, R. G., and G. T. Okumura 1958. Insects and Mites Associated with Stored Foods and Seeds in California. Bulletin of the California Department of Agriculture 47(3): 233–249.

Sun, Y. P. 1947. Analysis of some important factors affecting the results of fumigation tests on insects. Techn. Bull. Minn. Agric. Exp. Sta. 177.

Swanson, C. O., and F. C. Fenton. 1932. Quality of wheat as affected by farm storage. Kansas Agric. Exp. Tech. Bull. 33 .

Swenk, M.H. 1922. Insect pests of stored grains and their control. Nebraska Agric. Exp. Sta. Circ. 15

Swenk, M. H., and D. B. Whelan 1940. Control of stored grain pests in Nebraska. University of Nebraska College of Agriculture Agricultural Experiment Station Circular 62.

Swingle, M.C. 1938. Low temperature as a possible means of controlling cigarette beetle in stored tobacco. USDA Circ. 462

Symons, T. B. 1909. The Angoumois grain moth. Maryland Sta. Bull. 137.

Talbot, M.T. 1999. Management of stored grains with aeration, Circular 1104, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service

Tate, H. D. E. A. 1943. Controlling stored-grain pests on Nebraska farms. University of Nebraska College of Agriculture Experiment Station Circ. 74

Tenhet, J. N. and C. O. Bare. 1951. Control of insects in stored and manufactured tobacco. USDA Circ. 869

Thomas, G. W., and L. L. Peters. 1966. Angoumois grain moth and indian meal moth. Science and Techn. Guide, Univ. Missouri Extension

Thompson, Helen, S. R. Cecil and J. G. Woodroof. 1951. Storage of edible peanuts. Ga. Exp. Sta. Bull. 268.

Thompson, Judson A. and John S. Perry 1956. Storage of pea beans in Michigan and Indiana. USDA, AMS 123

Townsend, C. O. 1901. Effect of hydrocyanic acid gas upon grains and other seeds. Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 75 183-198.

Turner, N., and B. H. Walden. 1937. Some common household insects and their control. Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 400

Wade, Otis 1919. Four-spotted cowpea weevil. Oklahoma Agric. Mechn. College Agric. Exp. Sta. Bulletin 129

Walkden, H. H. and D. A. Wilbur. 1954. Control of stored grain insects in the north central states. Univ. Minnesota Ag. Exp. Sta. NC Regional Publ. 49

Walker, D. W. 1960. Population Fluctuations and Control of Stored Grain Insects. Washington State Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 31

Walker, D. W., and H. S. Telford. 1955. Grain insect control in commercial storage. Washington Agric. Exp. Sta. Circ. 275

Washburn, F. L. 1890. Entomology III. Experiments with grain beetle. Oregon Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 5:15-23.

Washburn, F. L. 1918. Hydrocyanic acid gas treatment for the flour moth. Minnesota State Entomologist Circular 46

Watson, J. R. 1929. Gassing the corn weevil. University of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station Press Bulletin 324

Watson, J. R. 1939. Building and fumigating a corn crib. Fla. Ag. Exp. Press B 533.

Watson, J. R. 1946. Control of three household insects. University of Florida Bulletin 619

Watters, F. L. 1961. Insects and mites in farm-stored grain in western Canada. Canada Department of Agriculture Publication 1131

Watters, F. L. 1967. Control of insects and mites in farm-stored grain in the prairie provinces. Canadian Department of Agriculture Publication 1131

Watters, F. L. 1976. Insects and mites in farm-stored grain in the prairie provinces. Agriculture Canada Publication 1595

Weed, H.E. 1894. Insects injurious to stored grain. Mississippi Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 17

Weekman, G. T. 1967. The biology and control of the sweetpotato weevil in North Carolina. NCSU Agric. Ext. Serv. Dept. of Ent. Handbook

Welton, F. A. 1918. Storage of seed corn. Ohio Agric. Exp. Bull. 3:360-362.

Whitcomb, Jr. W. 1936. The wax moth and its control. Circ. U.S. Dept. Agric. No.386 : 13 p

White, Graham George and Blacket, David Stirling 1988. Grain storage insect control recommendations. Queensland Department of Primary Industries Farmnote F157. 4 p.

Whitehair, N. V. 1952. Wheat kernel damage. Kansas Sta. Col. Ext. Serv. Leaflet 19.

Whitmarsh, R. D. 1912. Insect pests of the household. Monthly bulletin of the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station 253: 103-153

Wilbur, D. A. and G. Halazon. 1955. Pests of farm-stored wheat and their control. Kansas Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 371

Wilbur, D. A., and G. Halazon. 1965. Pests of farm-stored wheat and their control. Kansas State Agric. College Exp. Sta. Bull. 481

Wilcox, R. A., C. W. Deyoe, D. B. Sauer, and K. K. Bolsen 1972. Grain preservatives. Kansas State University Cooperative Extension Service L-344

Williams, D., E. W. Palm, G. Munson, and D. Baker. 1989. Grain storage management. University of Missouri EC-960.

Wilson, H.R. 1987. Stored grain insect control. Ohio Coop. Ext. Serv. Bull. 153

Zappe, M. P. 1935. Dermestids trouble some in houses. Connecticut Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 368

Zappe, M. P. 1945. Black carpet beetle. Connecticut Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 488

I. Biology or Biology and Pest Management (223)        

Aeration (4)

Baker, J. L., and A. J. Lambert. 1979. Aeration for safe grain storage. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Donald, J. 1975. Aeration of grain. Clemson University Circular 557.

Holman, L. E. 1949. Storage of dry shelled corn in farm-type bins. USDA Circ. 826 (cost of power ventilation not justified for corn)

Kline, G. L. and H. H. Converse. 1961. Operating grain aeration systems in the hard-red winter wheat area. USDA Marketing Research Report 480 (aeration cost effective for wheat).

Anobiidae (1)            

Atkinson, G.F. 1889. The cigarette beetle (Lasioderma serricorne F.) South Caroline Ag. Exp. Sta. Bull. 4 new ser.

Bostrichidae (5)        

Burke, H. E. et al. 1922. The lead-cable borer or “short-circuit beetle” in California. USDA Bull. 1107

Chittenden, F.H. 1911 The larger grain borer (Dinoderus truncatus Horn). USDA Bureau Entomol. Bull. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The lesser grain borer (Rhyzopertha dominca Fab). USDA Bureau Entomol. Bull. 96

Plank, Harold Kaufman 1948. Biology of the Bamboo powder-post beetle. Puerto Rico. Bull. Fed. Exp. Sta. Puerto Rico No. 44. (Dinoderus minutus)

Schwardt, H. H. 1931. The lesser grain borer. Ark. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 268 .

Bruchidae (14)

Anonymous. 1918. Pea and bean weevils. Union of South Africa Department of Agriculture Bull. 12

Back, E.A. 1940. Weevils in beans and peas. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1275

Back, E.A. and A.B. Duckett. 1918. Bean and Pea Weevils. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 983

Brindley, T. A., J. C. Chamberlin and Ralph Schopp. 1952. The pea weevil and methods for its control. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1971

Brindley, T.A., J.C. Chamberlin, F.G. Hinman and K.W. Gary. 1946. The pea weevil and methods for control. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1971

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The broad-bean weevil (Laria rufimana Boh.). USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 96

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The cowpea weevil (Pachymerus chinensis L.). USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 96

Garman, H. 1917. Observations and experiments on the bean and pea weevils in Kentucky. University of Kentucky, Kentucky Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 213

Hewitt, C. G. 1918. Pea weevil. Canada Department of Agriculture

Krall, J. A. 1914. The cowpea weevil (Pachymerus chinensis). Okla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 31

Larson, A.O. and C.K. Fisher. 1938. The bean weevil and southern cowpea weevil in California. USDA Tech. Bull. 593

Larson, A.O. et al. 1938. Biology of the pea weevil in the pacific northwest with suggestions for its control on seed peas. USDA Tech. Bull. 599

Paddock, F.B. and H.J. Reinhard. 1919. The cowpea weevil.. Bull. Texas Agric. Exp. Sta. 256.                     

Skaife, S. H. 1918. Pea and bean weevils. Union of S. Africa Dept. Agric., Pretoria, Bull. no 12: 1-32.

Cheese pests (3)       

DeOng, E.R. and C.L. Roadhouse. 1922. Cheese pests and their control. California Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 343

Dustan, G. G. 1937. Cheese mites and their control. Ontario Department of Agriculture and Food Bull. 385.

Simmons, P. 1927. The cheese skipper as a pest in cured meats. USDA Bull. 1453

Curculionidae  (4)    

Back, E.A. and R.T. Cotton. 1926. The granary weevil. USDA Bull. 1393

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The broad-nosed grain weevil (Caulophilus latinasus Say). USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 96

Cotton, R.T. 1922. The broad-nosed grain weevil. USDA Prof. Pap. 1085

Gee, Wilson Parham. 1912. The Corn Weevil. South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. 170.

Cured meat pests (2)

Anonymous. 1973. Insects infesting bacon and hams. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 373

Fulton, B. B. 1953. The cheese skipper, a pest of cured meat in North Carolina. NC Agric. Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull. 103.

Dermestidae (19)      

Anon. 1972. Khapra beetle: a pest of stored grains and cereal products. U.S. Dept. Agric. leaflet PA-436 Jan. 1972. 4 pp.

Back, E.A. 1931. Carpet beetles and their control. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1346

Back, E.A. 1938. Carpet beetles. USDA Leaflet 150

Bayer, L. J., W. E. Burkholder, and R. D. Shenefelt. 1972. Dermestidae of Wisconsin, primarily as represented in the Universtiy of Wisconsin insectarium. University of Wisconsin Research Bulletin R2381

Beal, R. S. 1960. Descriptions, biology, and notes on the identification of some Trogoderma larvae (Coleoptera, Dermestidae). Agriculture Research Service, USDA Technical Bulletin 1228

Britton, W. E. 1935. A new dermestid beetle in Connecticut. Connecticut Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 368

Collman, S. and A.L. Antonelli. 1991. Carpet beetles. Washington State Univ. Exten. Bull. 1257

Davis, G.C. 1896. Carpet beetles. Michigan Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 132

Emery, R.N. 1999. Warehouse beetle (Trogoderma variabile). Farmnote No. 77/99. Department of Agriculture, Western Australia.

Greenwald, M. 1941. The old-fashioned carpet beetle (Anthrenus scrophularae L.). Cornell Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta. Memiors 240

Griswold, G.H. 1941. Studies on the biology of the webbing clothes moth (Tineola biselleilla Hum.). Cornell Agr. Exp. Sta. Mem. 262

Harris, D.L. 1984. The Khapra beetle, Trogoderma granarium Everts. Florida Dept. Agr. Consumer Serv. Entomol. Circ. 262

Howard, L.O. 1914. The carpet beetle or “buffalo moth.” USDA Farmer’s Bull. 626

Johnson, J. P. 1945. Incinerator beetle, Dermestes cadaverinus Fabr. Bulletin Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station 488, 44th Report of Connecticut State Entomologist 411-416. http://www.ct.gov/caes/lib/caes/documents/publications/bulletins/b488.pdf

Lindgren, D.L. 1955. Watch for the Khapra beetle in stored foods … in barley for example. Univ. Calif. Berkley Ext. Serv. Leaflet 51

Mutchler, A. J. and H. B. Weiss. 1927. The dermestid beetles of New Jersey. New Jersey Bur. Statistics and Inspection Circ. 108

Spencer, G. J., C. L. Neilson, and P. Zuk. 1962. Carpet Beetles. Province of British Columbia Department of Agriculture Entomological Circular 20

Zappe, M. P. 1935. Dermestids trouble some in houses. Connecticut Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 368

Zappe, M. P. 1945. Black carpet beetle. Connecticut Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 488

Dried fruit pests (6) 

Donohoe, H.C. et al. 1949. Biology of the raisin moth. USDA Tech. Bull. 994

Essig, E.O. 1920. Important dried fruit insects in California. California Dept. Agr. Bulletin 9

Myers, J. G. 1928. Report on infestation of dried fruit. Empire Marketing Board (E.M.B.) 12

Parker, W.B. 1915. Control of dried-fruit insects in California. USDA Bull. 235

Simmons, P. and H. D. Nelson. 1975. Insects on dried fruits. Agric. Handbook 464

Simmons, P., W. D. Reed and E. A. McGregor. 1931. Fig insects in California. USDA Circ. 157

Fabric pests (7)        

Back, E. A. 1931. Clothes moths and their control. USDA Farmers’ Bull. 1353.

Baerg, W. J. and  L. O. Warren. March 1954. Biology and control of the webbing clothes moth. Univ. of Arkansas College of Agriculture, Fayetteville, Arkansas, Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 544.

Colberg, W. J. 1958. Carpet beetles…clothes moths…your fabrics don’t have to nourish these hungry pests. North Dakota Agricultural College Extension Service Circ. AR A-301.

Headlee, T. J. 1933. Clothes moths and carpet beetles. N. J. Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 264

McDaniel, E. 1927. Clothes moths and carpet beetles.  Michigan Agric. Exp. Sta. Circ. 104

Moore, W. S., C. S. Koehler and C. S. Davis 1979. Carpet beetles and clothes moths. University of California Leaflet 2524 (Revised from R. J. Pence and C. S. Davis)

Shepard, H.H. 1940. Clothes moths and carpet beetles. USDA Ext. Folder 89

Food proccessing pests (1)

Huge, T. L. et al. 1951. Insects and rodents in food plants. Ohio State University

Food store pests (1)

Anonymous. 1973. Insect pests in food stores. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 483

Gelechiidae (8)          

Back, E.A. 1929. Angoumois grain moth. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1156

Headlee, T. J. 1917. Angoumois grain moth. New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Stations Circular 92

Headlee, T.J. 1933. The Angoumois grain moth or fly weevil. New Jersey State Coll. Agric. Exten. Bull. 112

King, J. L. 1920. Angoumois grain moth. Penn. Dept. Agr. Bur. Plant Indust. Circ. 1

Sanderson, E. D. 1901. The Angoumois grain moth. Del. Coll. Exp. Sta. Press Bull. 10

Simmons, P. and G.W. Ellington. 1933. Life history of the Angoumois grain moth in Maryland. USDA Tech. Bull. 351

Symons, T. B. 1909. The Angoumois grain moth. Maryland Sta. Bull. 137.

Thomas, G. W., and L. L. Peters. 1966. Angoumois grain moth and indian meal moth. Science and Techn. Guide, Univ. Missouri Extension

Grain pests (54)          

Anonymous 1939. Common pests of grain and other stored produce. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research

Anonymous 1953 (rev. 1957, 1965). Insects in farm-stored wheat, How to control them. USDA Leaflet 345

Anonymous 1956. Insect pests of farm stored grain. Pacific North West Bull. 15

Anonymous 1974. Insects and mites in farm-stored grain. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 368.

Anonymous 1978. Insects in farm-stored grain. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food CG53

Anonymous 1978. Spontaneous heating of grain in store. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) CGS 51, Replaces AL404

Anonymous 1983. Grain heating caused by pests and moulds. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 404

Back, E.A. and R.T. Cotton. 1965 (rev. 1922). Stored Grain Pests. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1260

Bain, O.G. 1976. Insect pests in stored grain in Montana. Montana Dept. Agric. Bull. 1152

Baker, N.T., R.A. Hellenthal and P.K. Harein. 1973. Some important adult beetle pests of stored grain. Univ. Minnesota Ext. Folder 285

Balzer, A.I 1947. Insect pests of stored rice and their control. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1906

Blake, A. L., and N. L. Noecker. 1933. Relation of moisture to respiration and heating in stored grain. Iowa Ag. Exp. Res. Bul. 165 319-336.

Butler, Robert L., and Clarence E. Mickel. 1955. Insect and rodent contamination of grain. University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 431

Campbell, W.V. 1969. Stored grain insects and their control in the middle Atlantic states. Southern Coop. Serv. Bull. 75

Candura, G. S. 1929. Wheat insects in the granary. Circ. R. Lab. Ent. Agrar. Portici 5

Carter, E. P., and G. Y. Young 1950. Role of Fungi in the Heating of Moist Wheat. U.S.D.A. Circular 838

Cartwright, O. L. 1930. Rice weevil and associated insects in relation to shuck lengths and corn varieties. South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station of Clemson Agricultural College Bulletin 266

Center, O.D. 1919. Insect pests of stored grains and mill products. Oregon State Univ. Exten. Bull. 228

Chapman, H. C. and J. B. Schmitt. 1959. Stored-grain insects and their control in Northeastern states. N.J. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 791

Chittenden, F.H. 1897. Some insects injurious to stored grain. USDA Agric. Bull. 45

Cotton, R. T., H. H. Walkden, G. D. White, and D. A. Wilbur. 1953. Causes of outbreaks of stored-grain insects. Kansas Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 359

Cotton, R.T., H.H. Walkden, G.D. White and D.A. Wilbur. 1960. Causes of outbreaks of stored-grain insects. Kansas Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 416

Dean, G.A. 1915. Insects destructive to grain and grain products stored in barns and granaries. Kansas Circ. 47

DeLong, H. H. and E. I. Whitehead. 1949. Storing grain sorghum. S. Dak. Ag. Exp. Bull. 396.

Doran, E. W. 1892. Insects injurious to the grain of wheat. Md. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 16 437-448.

Farrar, M. D. and W. P. Flint. 1939. How to recognize some common insect enemies of stored grain. Ill. Ag. Ext. Circ. 497 .

Farrar, M. D., T. W. Winburn and W. P. Flint. 1941. How to know and control stored-grain insects. Univ. Illinois Circ. 512

Fisher, E. H. 1973. Stored grain insects. Univ. Wisconsin Coop. Ext. Prog. Fact Sheet 4

Fullaway, D. T. 1912. Insects injurious to corn. Hawaii Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 27

Gates, Dell E.; Whitehair, Norman V.; Enix, James R. 1957. Stored grain insects and the clean grain program. Kansas State College Extension Serv. L-30

Girault, A.A. 1912. Insects injurious to stored grains and their ground products. Univ. Illinois Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 156

Gurney, W. B. 1918. Insect  pests of maize (granary weevil). N. W. Wales Dept. Agr. Farmers’ Bull 116 37-42.

Hinds, W. E. 1917. How to save Alabama’s corn crop. Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station Press Bulletin 90

Michelbacher, A.E., R. Craig  and F. H. Ernst. 1942. Stored-grain pests on the farm. USDA and University of California Agric. Ext. Serv.

Mullett, R.P. 1976. Insects in farm-stored grain-prevention and control. Tennessee Agric. Ext. Ser. Publ. 601

Phillips, Tom 2010. Storage Practices p. 169-178. in Peairs, Frank B. (ed) Wheat Production and Pest Management for the Great Plains Region. Colorado State University Extension XCM235.

Popenoe, E. A. 1901. Grain weevils. Kansas State Univ. Bull. 103.

Price, R. H. 1894. Insects injurious to stored grain. Texas A & M Univ. Bull. 31

Quaintance, A.L. 1896. Insects injurious to stored grain and cereal products. Florida Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 36

Roselle, Robert E., Lloyd Andersen, and David Keith 1968. Principal Stored Grain Insects in Nebraska EC68-1517

Shelden, G. P. 1964. Insect pests of stored grain and grain products. Journal of the Department of Agriculture of Victoria. 62(2): 69–76.

Shepard, Harold H. 1939. Insects infesting stored grain and seeds. Univ. Minnesota Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 340

Smit, B. 1957. Control of stored grain insects in South Africa. South Africa Department of Agriculture Bulletin 355

Smith, R. I. 1909. Corn weevils and other grain insects. North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts Exp. Sta. Bull. 203

Stedman, J.M. 1895. Insects injurious to stored grain. Alabama Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 61

Strickland, E. H. 1938. Insect pests of grain in Alberta. University of Alberta Department of Extension Bulletin 24

Strong, R. G., and G. T. Okumura 1958. Insects and Mites Associated with Stored Foods and Seeds in California. Bulletin of the California Department of Agriculture 47(3): 233–249.

Swanson, C. O., and F. C. Fenton. 1932. Quality of wheat as affected by farm storage. Kansas Agric. Exp. Tech. Bull. 33 .

Swenk, M.H. 1922. Insect pests of stored grains and their control. Nebraska Agric. Exp. Sta. Circ. 15

Walker, D. W. 1960. Population Fluctuations and Control of Stored Grain Insects. Washington State Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 31

Watters, F. L. 1961. Insects and mites in farm-stored grain in western Canada. Canada Department of Agriculture Publication 1131

Weed, H.E. 1894. Insects injurious to stored grain. Mississippi Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 17

Welton, F. A. 1918. Storage of seed corn. Ohio Agric. Exp. Bull. 3:360-362.

Whitehair, N. V. 1952. Wheat kernel damage. Kansas Sta. Col. Ext. Serv. Leaflet 19.

Household pests (22) 

Aldini, R. N. 2004. Household and stored-food insects recently introduced into Italy. Tecnica Molitoria 55: 977-999.

Anonymous 1934. Pestiferous insects of the household. Department of Agriculture, Tallahassee, Florida, New Series 70.

Carruth, Laurence A. and Gary S. Olton. 1972. Household pests. (Bulletin No. A-72). University of Arizona

Chamberlin, J. C. 1949. Insects of agricultural and household importance in Alaska with suggestions for their control. U.S. department of Agriculture

Creighton, J. T. 1943. Household pests. U.S. Department of Agriculture Bulletin No. 122

Creighton, J.T. 1957. Household pests. Florida Dept. Agric. Bull. 156

Felt, E.P. 1917. Household and camp insects. New York State Mus. Bull. 194

Fernald, C.H. 1889. Household pests. Hatch Exp. Sta. Massachusetts Agric. Coll. Bull. 5

Frickhinger, H. W. 1922. Die Kleidermotte als Schadling des Haushaltes. (The clothes moth as a pest of the household. Leaflet 2 of the German. Society for Angew Entomol.). Merkblatt. Nr. 2 der deut. Gesell fur angew Entomol. Paul Parey

Gibson, A., and C. R. Twinn. 1920. Household insects and their control (with a chapter on animal pests other than insects). Canadian Dept. Agr. Bull. n. s. 112 .

Guyton, T.L. 1926. Insect pests of the household. Pennsylvania Dept. Agric. Bull. 432

Herrick, G. W. and G. H. Griswold. Common insects of the household. Cornell Ext. Bull. 202

Mayo, N. 1934. Pestiferous insects of the household. Florida Department of Agriculture

Mellor, J.E.M. 1928: Wax moths (Galleria mellonella L., and Achroia grisella Fab.) Leaflet. Plant. Prot. Sect . .Minist. Agric. Egypt, No. 2, 6 p.

Murphey, M. 1940. Household insects. Bull. Ga. Dep. Entomol. 81

Nettles, W.C. 1941. Household insects. Part 2. Insect pests of South Carolina. Clemson Univ. Bull. 101

Nettles, W. C. 1958. Household insects. Part 2 of a series on insect pests of South Carolina. Clemson University

Pennell, J. T., A. H. Retan and R. C. Maxwell. 1970. Household insects and their control. Washington State Univ. Ext. Bull. 472

Paddock, F. B. 1918. The Beemoth or Waxmoth. Texas Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 231.

Price, W. A. 1940. Common household insects. University of Kentucky

Roselle, Robert E., Lloyd Andersen, and David Keith 1968. Common Household Pests in Nebraska EC68-1516

Smit, B. 1946. Control of household insects in South Africa. South Africa Department of Agriculture Bull. 192

Whitmarsh, R. D. 1912. Insect pests of the household. Monthly bulletin of the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station 253 103-153

Languriidae (1)

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The Mexican grain beetle (Pharaxonotha kirschi Reitt.). USDA Bur. Entomol. 96

Legume pests (3)      

Anonymous 1968 (1977). Pea and bean beetles. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 126

Garman, H. 1917. Observations and experiments on the bean and pea weevils in Kentucky. Kentucky Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 213

Popenoe, E. A., S. C. Mason, and F. A. Marlatt. 1891. Germination of weeviled peas; Garden notes on potatoes, beans, and cabbage. Bull. Exp. Sta., Kansas State Agric.l Col. . 19.

Lophocateridae (1)  

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The Siamese grain beetle (Lophocateres pusilus Klug.). USDA Bur. Entomol. 96

Mill pests (1)            

Dean, G.A., R.T. Cotton and G.B. Wagner. 1936. Flour-mill insects and their control. USDA Circ. 390

Mite pests (1)         

Anonymous 1975. Mites in stored commodities. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 489

Nitidulidae (1)

Connell, W. A. 1956. Nitidulidae of Delaware. University of Delaware Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 318

Pantry pests (8)        

Britton, W. E. 1917. Insects injuring stored food products in Connecticut. Connecticut Agri. Exp. Sta. Bull. 195

Chapman, R. N. and H. H. Shepard. 1932. Insects infesting stored food products. Minnesota Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 198

Colberg, W. J. 1958. Bugs in your cupboards. battling the insects who love cereal products. North Dakota Agricultural College Extension Service Circ. A-300.

Colberg, W.J. 1951. Insect pests of cereal foods in the household. North Dakota Agric. College Exten. Serv. A-168

Davis, C.S., A.S. Deal, V.E. Burton and J.E. Swift. 1982. Common pantry pests and their control. UC Berkley Leaflet 27111

Shepard, H.H. 1940. Insects infesting home foods. USDA Ext. Bull. 210

Spackman, E.W. 1970. Pantry pests. Univ. Wyoming Agric. Ext. Serv. Bull. 509

Potato pests (11)        

Clark, W. T. 1901. The potato-worm in California (Gelechia operculella Zeller). Calif. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 135 .

Cockerham, K. L.; Deen, O. T.; Christian, M. B.; Newson, L. D. 1954. The biology of the sweet potato weevil. LA Tech. Bull. 483

Floyd, E. H. 1942. Notes on the biology and seasonal history of the sweet potato weevil, Cylas formicarius (Fab.). Louisiana Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 350

Hofmaster, R. N. 1948. Biology and control of potato tuber-moth with special reference to East Virginia. Va Truck Exp Stn Bull., 111: 1826-1882.

Poos, F. W., and H. S. Peters. 1927. The potato tuber worm. Virgiania Truck Expt. Sta. Bull. 61 .

Reinhard, H. J. 1923. The sweet potato weevil. Bull. Tex. Agric. Exp. Sta. 308

Schlupp, W. F. 1917. The potato tuber moth. Union of South Africa Agric. Bull. 4

Sherman, M. and M. Tamashiro. 1954. Sweet potato weevils in Hawaii and their biology and control. Hawaii Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 23

Smith, C. E. 1923. Sweet potato weevil in Louisiana and its control. Louisiana Bull. 188.

Spencer, P. H., and W. D. Strong. 1925. The potato tuber worm history in Virginia. Bulletin of the Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station 53: 419-462.

Weekman, G. T. 1967. The biology and control of the sweetpotato weevil in North Carolina. NCSU Agric. Ext. Serv. Dept. of Ent. Handbook

Psocids (1)

Back, E.A. 1939. Psocids, annoying house pests. USDA-Leaflet 189

Ptinidae (1)               

Chittenden, F.H. 1896. The white-marked spider beetle. USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 4

Pyralidae (9)             

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The fig moth. USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 194

Chittenden, F.H. 1919. The rice moth. USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 783

Cotterell, G. S. 1934. Infestation of stored cocoa by weevil (Araecerus fasciculatus) and moth (Ephestia cautella). Bull. Dept. of Agric. Gold Coast. No. 28

Hamlin, J. C., W. D. Reed and M. E. Phillips. 1939. Biology of the Indian-meal moth on dried fruit in California. USDA Tech. Bull. 242

Mellor, J.E.M. 1928: Wax moths (Galleria mellonella L., and Achroia grisella Fab.) Leaflet. Plant. Prot. Sect . .Minist. Agric. Egypt, No. 2, 6 p.

Paddock, F. B. 1918. The Beemoth or Waxmoth. Texas Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 231.

Popenoe, C.H 1911. The Indian meal moth and “weevil-cut” peanuts. USDA Bur. Ent. Circ. No. 142

Riley, C. V., and L. O. Howard. 1889. The so-called Mediterranean flour moth. USDA Bur. Ent. Insect Life 2: 166-171.

Whitcomb, Jr. W. 1936. The wax moth and its control. Circ. U.S. Dept. Agric. No.386 : 13 p

Silvanidae (3)

Anonymous 1976. Saw-toothed grain beetle. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 492

Loschiavo, S. R.1983. Merchant grain beetle. Agriculture Canada, Information Services, Insect Identification Sheet 88

Schwartz, H.H. 1934. The saw-toothed grain beetle as a ricemill pest.  Arkansas Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 309

Silverfish (2)

Back, E. A. 1931. Silverfish as a pest of the household. USDA-Farmers’ Bulletin 1665

Back, E. A. 1946. Silverfish. USDA-Leaflet 149

Stored product pests (10)                              

Anonymous. 1962. Insect pests of stored foodstuffs. New South Wales Department of Agriculture Insect Pest Leaflet 76

Chapman, R. N. 1921. Insects Infesting Stored Food Products. Univ. Minn. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull.198

Cory, E. N., and H. S. McConnell. 1917. Insects and rodents injurious to stored products. Maryland State College of Agriculture Extension Service Bulletin 8.

Follwell, J. H. 1953. Stored product insects and their control in British Columbia. Province of British Columbia, Dept. of Agric., Entom. Circ. 1

Gould, Geo E. and H. O. Deay 1940. The biology of six species of cockroaches which inhabit buildings. Purdue University Agricultural Extension Station Bulletin 451

Lathrop, F.H. 1919. Insect pests of stored grains and mill products. Oregon State Univ. Exten. Bull. 228

Linsley, E. G. and A. E. Michelbacher. 1943. Insects affecting stored food products. California Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 676

McDaniel, E. 1942. Insects attacking stored foods and cereal products. Michigan State Univ. Ext. Bull. 192

Shepard, H.H. 1939. Insects infesting stored food. Minnesota Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 341

Washburn, F. L. 1890. Entomology III. Experiments with grain beetle. Oregon Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 5:15-23.

Temperature (3)       

Kelly, C. F. 1941. Temperatures of wheat in experimental farm-type storage. USDA Circ. 587.

Kelly, C. F. 1942. Wheat storage in experimental farm-type bins. USDA Circ. 637.

Robinson, W. 1926. Low temperature and moisture as factors in the ecology of the rice weevil Sitophilus oryzae L. and the granary weevil, Sitophilus granarius L. Univ. Minnesota Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull. 41                          

Tenebrionidae (8)    

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. The long-headed flour beetle (Latheticus oryzae Waterh.). USDA Bur. Entomol. 96

Cotton, R. T. 1940, rev. 1954. Mealworms. USDA Leaflet 195

Cotton, R. T. and R. A. St. George. 1929. The meal worms. USDA Tech. Bull. 95

Good, N.E. 1936. The flour beetles of the genus Tribolium. USDA Tech. Bull. 498

Keifer, H.H. 1935. The black fungus beetle and lesser mealworm. Bulletin – Department of Agriculture 24: 316

Lancaster Jr., J. L., and Joseph S. Simco. 1967. Biology of the lesser mealworm, a suspected reservoir of avian leucosis. University of Arkansas, Agricultural Experiment Station Report Series 159

Michel, C. F.  and  J. Standish. 1946. Susceptibility of edible soya products in storage to attack by Tribolium confusum DuVal Duval. Tech. Bull. Minnesota Agr. Exp. Sta. 175

Mickel, C. E. and J. Standish. 1947. Susceptibility of processed soy flour and soy grits in storage to attack by Tribolium castaneum (Herbst). Univ. Minn. Techn. Bull. 178

Tineidae (4)              

Austen, E. E., and A. W. McKenny 1932. Clothes Moths and House Moths, Their Life-History, Habits and Control. British Museum Natural History Economic Series 14

Back, E.A. 1940. Clothes moths. USDA Leaflet 145

Griswold, G.H. 1941. Studies on the biology of four common carpet beetles. Cornell Univ. Agric. Exp. Sta. Memiors 240

Severin, H. C. 1921. Cothes moths. Office of the State Entomologist of South Dakota Circ. 21

Tobacco pests (7)      

Anonymous 1972. Stored tobacco insects – biology and control. USDA Handbook 233

Bovington, H. H. S. 1933. Report on the Infestation of Cured Tobacco in London by the Cacao Moth, Ephestia Elutella HB Empire Marketing Board (EMB) NO. 67. His Majestys Stationary Office (HMSO).

Fullaway, D.T. 1914. Tobacco insects in Hawaii. Hawaii Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 34

Reed, W. D. and E. M. Livingstone. 1937. Biology of the tobacco moth and its control in closed storage. USDA Circ. 422

Reed, W. D., E. Livingston and A. W. Morrill, Jr. 1933. A pest of cured tobacco, Ephestia elutella Hubner. USDA Circ. 269

Runner, G.A. 1919. The tobacco beetle: an important pest in tobacco products. USDA Bull. 737

Runner, G.A. 1922. The tobacco beetle and how to prevent damage by it. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 846

Trogosidae (1)           

Back, E.A. and R.T. Cotton. 1926. The cadelle. USDA Bull. 1428

Vertebrate pests (2)

Anonymous 1979. Starling. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Leaflet 208

Huge, T. L. et al. 1951. Insects and rodents in food plants. Ohio State University

II. Pest management (263)                      

Aeration (11)               

Anonymous 1974. Low rate aeration of grain. MAFF Ag Dev Advisory Service, Short term leaflet 99

Anonymous 1984. Movement of natural air through grain. Manitoba Agriculture Agdex 732-1.

Bloome, P., Brusewitz, G., and Harp, S. 1974. Aeration and cooling of stored grain. OSU Extension Facts 1101, Oklahoma State Univ., Stillwater

Clayton, J. T. 1956. Cooling stored grain to prevent spoilage in the top layers. University of Illinois College of Agric. Ext. Serv. Circ. 764

Cloud, H. A., and V. A. Morey. 1991. Managing of stored grain with aeration. University of Minnesota AG-FO-1327C

Fenton, F. C., M. Decker, and G. H. Larson. 1961. Aeration of wheat in storage. Agricultural Experiment Station Kansas State University Technical Bull. 116

Holmes, Elwyn S. 1973. Aeration of farm storage grains. Extension Engineering in Kansas, Electrification 26

Hutchison, Reed S., and E. F. Willms. 1962. Operating grain aeration systems in the southwest. USDA Marketing Research Report 512

Noyes, R. T. 1967. Aeration for safe grain storage. Purdue University

Noyes, R. T., B. L. Clary, and G. W. Cuperus. 1987. Maintaining quality of stored grain by aeration. Oklahoma State University No. 1100

Talbot, M.T. 1999. Management of stored grains with aeration, Circular 1104, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service

Animal Feed Pests (1)

Anonymous 1970. Salmonella Control recommended sanitation guidelines for processors of livestock and poultry feeds. USDA ARS 91-94

Bostrichidae (1)

Plank, H. K. 1950. Studies of factors influencing attack and control of the Bamboo powder-post beetle. Bull. Fed. Exp. Sta. Puerto Rico No. 48. (Dinoderus minutus)

Bruchidae (4)

Anonymous 1972. Guide on Cowpea Storage in Plastic Bags (Yi ajiyar wake cikin jakar leda). Ahmadu Bello University Extension Guide 49

Chamberlin, J. C., and K. W. Gray 1938. Suggestions for the control of the pea weevil in Oregon with especial reference to peas grown for processing. Oregon State College Station Circular 126.

Lathrop, F. H. 1954. bean weevil and its control. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 532

Marcovitch, S. 1934. Control of weevils in stored beans and cowpeas. Bull. Tenn. Agric Exper. Sta., Knoxville, Tenn. no. 150

Cheese Pest (1)

DeOng, E.R. and C.L. Roadhouse. 1922. Cheese pests and their control. California Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 343

Cured meat (1)

Anonymous. 1965. Protecting home-cured meat from insects. USDA Home and Garden Bulletin 109

Dried fruit pests (4) 

Bioletti, F.T. 1915. Control of raisin insects. Univ. of California Agr. College Circ.

Donohoe, H.C. et al. 1943. Preventing damage to commercial dried fruits by the raisin moth. USDA Leaflet 236

Nelson, Howard D., Garth H. Spitler, and Albert P. Yerington. 1963. Protecting raisins against insects during drying and storage with malathion-treated trays. USDA Marketing Research Report 594

Simmons, P. 1943. Preventing insect damage in home-dried fruits. USDA Leaflet 235

Dried milk pests (2)

Anonymous. 1954. Procedure for insect prevention and control in plants processing nonfat dry milk solids. USDA-AMS-BSB

Anonymous. 1959. Insect prevention and control in plants processing dry milk. USDA-AMS-MRD-302

Drying (14)

Anonymous 1952. Drying ear corn with heated air. USDA Leaflet 333

Anonymous 1952. Drying ear corn with unheated air. USDA Leaflet 334

Anonymous 1952. Drying shelled corn and small grain with heated air. USDA Leaflet 331

Anonymous 1953. Recent research on drying and storage of rough rice. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin 29

Fenton, F. C., Harold E. Stover, and Norman V. Whitehair. 1955. Grain drying with forced natural air. Kansas State College Extension Service R. E. 12

Glover, John W., and Rupert W. Watkins In-storage grain drying. North Carolina State Univ Agric Exten Service

Hurst, W. M.; Black, R. H. 1930. Grain drying in a country elevator. U.S. Department of Agriculture Circular 127

Kirk, L. E., Lee Ling, and T. A. Oxley 1948. Storing and drying grain-in Canada-in the United States-in the United Kingdom. FAO Agricultural Studies 6

Maddex, R. L., and C. W. Hall 1953. Drying Grain with Forced Air. Mich. Sta. Col. Ext. Bull. 316

McNeal, Xzin. 1949. Artificial drying of combined rice. University of Arkansas College of Agriculture Experiment Station Bulletin 487

Olson, E. A., G. M. Pederson, and F. D. Yung. 1949. Grain drying with forced air circulation. Univ. Nebr. Exp. Circ. EC-736

Rismiller, W. F. 1952. Drying small grain in storage bins. Purdue Ag. Ext. Leaflet 348.

Rissmiller, W. P. 1953. Drying shelled corn and small grains with heated air. Purdue Ag. Ext. Leaflet 354.

Shedd, C. K. 1950. Mechanical drying of corn on the farm. USDA Circular 839

Economics (1)

Schwart, R. B. and L. D. Hill. 1977. Comparative costs of conditioning and storing corn. [Cost and return planning, Illinois]. Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Experiment Station University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 152.

Fabric pests (7)        

Anonymous 1955.Clothes moths and carpet beetles-how to combat them. USDA Home and Garden Bulletin 24

Anonymous 1956. Mothproofing wool with ‘dieldrin.’ CSIRO Wool Textile Research Laboratories Trade Circular 2

Back, E.A. 1931. The control of moths in upholstered furniture.  USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1655

Bostanian, N. J. et al. 1974. Contol of fabric pests. Canadian Dept. Agric.

Bry, R. E. 1980. Protecting woolens against clothes moths and carpet beetles. USDA Home and Garden Bulletin 113

Flint, W. P. and W. E. McCauley. 1937. Fabric insects – How to combat them in the home. Illinois Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 473

O’Kane, W. C. 1931. Control of Clothes Moths and Buffalo Bugs. University of New Hampshire Extension Circular 132

Food processing pests (3)                          

Gojmerac, W. L., W. E. Burkholder and J. E. Gorman. 1973. Insect control in food processing plants. Univ. Wisconsin Coop. Exten. Programs A2518

Gojmerac, W. L. 1980. Insect control in food handling and processing establishments. University of Wisconsin Extension A2518

Mackie, D. B. and W. B. Carter 1937. Pest control in rural warehouses and suggested improvements. Bulletin of the California Department of Agriculture 26(3): 275–293.

Fumigation (29)          

Anonymous 1953. Fumigation for insect control. Oregon State Univ. Exten. Bull. 737

Armitage, H. M. and John B. Steinweden 1943. Fumigation of California dates with methyl bromide. Bulletin of the California Department of Agriculture 34(3): 101–107.

Attia, Rizk, and Abd El Hakim Kamel. 1953. Effect of: (1) Ethylene dichloride carbon-tetrachloride mixture 3:1 (2) Carbon bisulphide on the germination of some Egyptian wheat varieties. Ministry of Agriculture Egypt Technical and Scientific Service Bulletin 265

Back, E.A. and R.T. Cotton. 1932. Hydrocyanic acid gas as fumigant for destroying household insects. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1670

Back, E.A. and R.T. Cotton. 1937. Industrial fumigation against insects. USDA Circ. 369

Bang, Y. H., and H. S. Telford. 1966. Effect of sublethal doses of fumigants on stored grain insects. Washington Agric. Exp. Sta. Techn. Bull. 50

Chittenden, F. H. 1910. Control of the mediterranean flour moth by hydrocyanic-acid gas fumigation, USDA Circ. 112

Chittenden, F.H. 1911. Carbon tetrachloride as a substitute for carbon disulfide in fumigation against insects. USDA Bur. Entomol. Bull. 96

Chittenden, F. H., and F. C. Pratt. 1905. An experiment with hydrocyanic acid gas as a remedy for the cigarette beetle in dwellings. USDA Bull. 54

Davis, A. C., and H. V. Claborn. 1935. Cyanide fumigation of mushroom houses. USDA Circular 364

Dean, W. S. 1916. Manufacturing tests of cotton fumigated with hydrocyanic acid gas. USDA Bull. 366

Dibble, C.B. 1940. Fumigating stored grain on the farm. Michigan State Univ. Exten. Bull. 217

Garman, H. 1913. Fumigation and spraying. University of Kentucky, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. 172

Goodwin, W.H. 1912. Flour mill fumigation. Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 234

Hamner, A. L., and Clay Lyle 1943. How to line and fumigate corn cribs for weevil control. Mississippi State College, Ag. Exp. Sta. Circ. 110

Hinds, W. E. 1902. Carbon bisulphid as an insecticide. USDA Farmers’ Bulletin 145.

Hinds, W. E. 1917. Carbon disulphid as an insecticide. U. S. Farm. Bull. 799.

Howard, L. O. 1916. Hydrocyanic-acid gas against household insects. USDA Farmers’ Bulletin 699

Howard, L. O., and C. H. Popenoe 1912. Hydrocyanic-Acid Gas against Household Insects. USDA Div. Entomol.Circ. 163

Jones, C., J. Hardin and E. Bonjour. 2011. Design of closed-loop fumigation systems for grain storage structures. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Fact Sheet BAE-1111-8. (available at http://osufacts.okstate.edu)

Mayer, Elmer L., and Howard D. Nelson. 1955. Fumigation of Dry Beans and Cowpeas on the Packing Line. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Marketing Service Report, USDA-AMS-4

Ogg, Clyde L., and David Lee Keith. 1998. Fumigating Farm-stored Grain with Aluminum Phosphide. Cooperative Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Peters, Leroy L. 1987. Fumigating farm-stored grain with aluminum phosphide. Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. NebGuide G86-790

Strand, A.L. 1926. Chloropicrin. New fumigant for mill and household insects. Minnesota Agric. Ext. Div. Spec. Bull. 102

Sun, Y. P. 1947. Analysis of some important factors affecting the results of fumigation tests on insects. Techn. Bull. Minn. Agric. Exp. Sta. 177.

Townsend, C. O. 1901. Effect of hydrocyanic acid gas upon grains and other seeds. Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 75 183-198.

Washburn, F. L. 1918. Hydrocyanic acid gas treatment for the flour moth. Minnesota State Entomologist Circular 46

Watson, J. R. 1929. Gassing the corn weevil. University of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station Press Bulletin 324

Watson, J. R. 1939. Building and fumigating a corn crib. Fla. Ag. Exp. Press B 533.

Fur pests (1)

Pence, R. J. Analyzing fur damage with a microscope. Calif. Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 541

Grain pests (120)         

Anonymous 1951. Control of stored-rice insects. Louisiana State University Leaflet 37.

Anonymous 1953. Prevent damage to stored wheat. Michigan State University Extension Folder F-134

Anonymous 1954. You can store grain safely on the farm. USDA Farmers’ Bulletin 2071

Anonymous 1955. Grain sanitation program of the Food and Drug Administration. US Dept. Health, Edication and Welfare

Anonymous 1957. Controlling insect pests of stored rice. USDA Agric. Handbook 129

Anonymous 1963. Insect prevention and control in rough rice. USDA Marketing Bull. 28

Anonymous 1964. Insects Encountered in Handling of Food Grains and Their Control. Grain Storage Research and Training Institute Leaflet No. 1, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Hapur (U.P.), India.

Anonymous 1969. Controlling insects in farm-stored grain. USDA Leaflet 553.

Anonymous 1971. Controlling insects in farm-stored grain. USDA Leaflet 553.

Anonymous 1977. Management of on-farm stored grain. Kentucky Coop. Exten. Serv.

Anonymous 1978. Control of weevils: the clean pipeline. Western Australian Department of Agriculture AGDEX 110/615

Anonymous 1991. Maintaining insect-free farm-stored grain. USDA Agric. Inf. Bull. 580

Back, E.A. 1931 (rev 1919). Conserving corn from weevils in the gulf coast states. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1029

Back, E.A. 1936. Control of insect pests in stored grain. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1483

Barnes, G. 1974. Protect stored grain from insects. Univ. Arkansas Coop. Exten. Leaflet 412

Bloome, P., and Brusewitz, G. 1974. Maintaining quality of stored grain. OSU Extension Facts No. 1100, Oklahoma State Univ., Stillwater

Brown, S. L. 1994. Insect management in grain stored on farm. Univ. Georgia Coop. Ext. Serv. Bull. 1101

Bullen, Ken 2007. Insect Control in Stored Grain. Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Queensland

Burrell, N. J. 1970. Conditions for safe grain storage. Home-Grown Cereals Authority

Chada, H. L. 1943. Delaware farm grain storage calendar. Protect grain stored from insect damage. Del. Univ. Agr. Exten. Inform. Card 52 .

Christensen, C. M., and H. H. Kaufmann. 1964. Questions and answers concerning spoilage of stored grains by storage fungi. Agric.Ext.Service, U.Minnesota

Christensen, C. M. and H. H. Kaufmann 1964. Spoilage of stored grain. University of Minnesota Agricultural Extension Service Folder 226

Christensen, C. M. and H. H. Kaufmann. 1968. Maintenance of quality in stored grains and seeds. University of Minnesota Agricultural Entension Service Folder 226 Revised

Colberg,Wayne J., and Mark. D. Worcester. 1953. Protect farm stored grain from rats and mice. Extension Service, North Dakota Agricultural College.

Conner, J.T. 1948. Control stored grain insects. North Carolina State Univ. Extension Circ. 325

Cotton, R. T. and G. B. Wagner. 1941. Control of insect pests of grain in elevator storage. (revision of 1938). USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1880

Cotton, R.T. 1942. Control of insects attacking grain in farm storage. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 1811

Cotton, R. T. 1950. Control of insects attacking stored popcorn. USDA Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine EC13

Cotton, R. T., and H. H. Walkden. 1952. Insect control in the country wheat elevator. USDA Bureau of Entomology and Quarantine EC24

Croissant, R. L. 1995. Managing stored grain. Colorado State University No. 0. 117

CSIRO. 1955. Wheat storage – research on pest control. Leaflet Series 11

Cuperus, G., R.T. Noyes, P. Kenkel, W.S. Fargo, J.T. Criswell and K. Anderson. 1995. Stored grain management in Oklahoma. OSU Ext. F-7180

Dean, G. A. 1921. The control of insects destructive to grain stored in bins and granaries. Kansas State College Extension Service X Form 179.

Dunkel, F.V. and B.J. Jacobsen. 1997. Maintaining quality in stored grains, oilseeds, legumes, and seed stocks. Montana State Univ. Ext. Serv. EB-145

Durkin, J. J. 1955. Control stored grain pests. New Mexico A&M College

Farrar, M. D., T. F. Winburn, and W. P. Flint. 1941 How to Know and Control Stored-Grain Insects.  University of Illinois College of Agriculture Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics Circular 512, Circular replaces Circulars 489 and 497, published in 1939

Fenton, F. A. 1941. Protecting stored wheat against insects. Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Circular C-95.

Flint, W. P. 1921. Control of insects injurious to stored grain and seeds. Univ. Illinois Exten. Circ. 40

French, J.C. 1964. Protection of small quantities of beans, peas or grain from insects. Univ. Georgia Exten. Leaflet 12

French, J.C. 1968. Protect stored grain from insect damage. Univ. Georgia Ext. Leaflet 11

Gilbertson, G.I. 1941. Control measures for stored grain insects. South Dakota State Univ. Exten. Leaflet 50

Goble, H. W. 1960. Stored-grain insects in farm storage in Ontario. Ontario Department of Agriculture Circular 229

Gray, H. E. 1940. Control of insects in stored grain. Canada, Agric. Supplies Board, War-time Production Series, Special Pamphlet 14 .

Gray, H. E. et al. 1950. Protection of farm-stored grain in Western Canada. Canadian Department of Agriculture Publication Series 118.

Gregory, W.W. 1973. Controlling insects in stored grain. Kentucky Coop. Exten. Serv. ENT-19

Gunderson, H. 1950. Control stored grain insects. Iowa State College Agr. Ext. Serv. Pamplet 153

Hall, Thomas E. 1953. Changing grain storage costs, Farm vs Elevator. USDA, Farm Credit Administration Circular C-151

Hantsbarger, William M. 1986. Insect control in stored grain. South Dakota State College Cooperative Extension Service F. S. 46.

Haseman, L. 1942. Combating stored grain pests. Mo. Ag. Exp. Circ. 229 .

Hastings, Ellsworth, and George Roemhild. 1955. Grain sanitation. II. From elevator to terminal. Montana State College Agricultural Experiment Station

Higgins, R. 1987. Management of stored grain insects, Part 1: Facts of life. Kansas State Coop. Ext. Serv. Publ. MF-726

Hinds, W. E. 1914. Reducing insect injury to stored corn. Alabama Polytechnic Institute Agricultural Experiment Station Bull. no. 176.

Isley, D., and C. Lincoln. 1948. Protect corn from insect injury. Ark. Agr. Col. Ext. Leaflet 103

Janjua, Nazeer Ahmed, and M. Maqsud Nasir. 1948. Stored Grain Pests and Their Control in Baluchistan. Department Agriculture Baluchistan Bulletin 2.

Jewett, H. H., and W. A. Price. 1951. Protecting stored corn from grain insects by bags impregnated with DDT. Ky. Ag. Exp. Bul. KAES–UK-571

Johnston, H. G. and J. W. Sorenson Jr. 1952. Control of storage insects in sorghum grain in south Texas. Texas Ag. Exp. Sta. Prog. Rpt. 1488 .

Jones, D. D., and P. Shelton. 1994. Management to maintain stored grain quality. University of Nebraska G94-1199-A

Kelley, M. A. and E. G. Boerner 1942. Farm bulk storage for small grains. USDA Farmers’ Bulletin 1636

Kelly, E.G. and G.A. Dean. 1932. Control of insects destructive to grain stored in bins and granaries. Kansas State Univ. Ext. Circ. 98

Kulash, W.M. 1954. Save stored grain from insect pests. North Carolina Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 389

Kyle, C. H. 1918. How to reduce weevil waste in southern corn. USDA Farmers’ Bulletin 915

Larson, A. L. et al. 1950. Comparative costs of grain storage on farms and in elevators. Okla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. B-349.

Lepigre, A. L. 1966. La desinsectisation des stocks de cereals (La desinsectisation des stocks de cereales). Ministere de L’Agriculture

Lehker, G. E. A. 1953. Preventing storage troubles in soft red winter wheat. Purdue Ag. Ext. Leaflet 360

Lehker, G.E. 1941. (Revised 1947. 1948, 1950). The control of stored grain insects on the farm. Purdue Univ. Exten. Leaflet 224.

Lochner, E. H. W. 1963. Safe storage of food grains in the Republic of South Africa. Dept. Agric. Techn. Services Technical Communication 13, Plant Protection Service 3

Lomax, J. W. 1948. Stored grain insect control. University of Nebraska College of Agriculture Extension Circ. 1552

Matthew, D. L., C. R. Edwards and M. K. Bergman. 1984. Controlling insect pest in farm-stored grains. Purdue Univ. Coop. Exten. Serv. E-66

McBride, D. K. 1986. Insect pest management for farm stored grain. North Dakota Cooperative Extension Service. EB-45

McGaughey, W. H. and J. K. Quinlan. 1982. Pest management in stored grain. USDA Leaflet 569

McKenzie, B. A., L. van Fossen, and H. J. Stockdale. 1980. Managing dry grain in storage., pp. 110-129. in g. shove (ed.), grain conditioning conference proceedings. University of Illinois

Mickle, G. T. 1948. Insect pests of stored grain. Colo. Ag. Ext. Circ. 151A .

Mickle, G. T. 1953. Granary insects-methods of control. Colorado Agricultural and Mechnical College Circ. 175-A

Mills, J. T. 1990. Protection of farm-stored grains and oilseeds from insects, mites and molds. Agriculture Canada Publication 1851/E

Nettles, W. C. 1960. Insect control of stored grain. Clemson Agricultural College Circular 435

Nettles, W. C. et al. 1948. Seed treatments for South Carolina. Circular 233.

Obermeyer, J. L., T. J. Gibb and C. R. Edwards. 1991. Stored grain insect pest management. Purdue Univ. Coop. Ext. Serv. E-66

Pederson, H.C., C.M. Christensen, H.L. Parten and D.M. Ryan. 1952. It pays to protect stored grain. Univ. Minnesota Ext. Folder 173

Peters, L. L., B. Doupnik and R. Pierce. 1988. Pest management of farm-stored grain. Nebraska Coop. Ext. Serv.EC 88-1534

Peters, L.L. 1973. Insect control in stored grain. Nebraska Coop. Ext. Serv. B-2

Peters, L.L. 1980. Insect prevention and control in farm-stored grain. Nebraska Coop. Ext. Serv. EC-1534

Pruthi, H. S. 1949. Protect food and seed grains from insects, rats and moulds. Ministry of Agriculture Government India, p. 1–26.

Rahman, H. 1968. Control of infestation in food storage godowns under food department. East Pakistan Government Press

Reed, C., T. Herrman, R. Higgins, and J. Harner. 1995. Sanitation, Aeration, and Monitoring: an integrated pest control strategy for farm-stored wheat. Kansas State University MF-2113

Reinecke, D., R. Roche, and F. Ganem. 1975. Control of pests of stored rice in Cuba. Revista de Agricultura, Cuba 8:72-79.

Reppert, R. R. 1925. Control of weevil in stored grain. Tex. Ag. Ext. Circ C-50 .

Roemhild, George. 1955. Grain sanitation. I. From combine to elevator. Montana State College Agricultural Experiment Station

Roselle, Robert. 1958. Control of insects of farm stored grain. University of Nebraska College of Agriculture Extension Service E. C. 58-1590

Roselle, R.E. 1975. Pest control in stored grain. Univ. Nebraska Neb. Guide B-1

Rouse, P., L. H. Rolston and C. Lincoln. 1958. Insects in farm stored rice. Ark. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 600.

Ruppel, R.F. 1976. Controlling insects in stored grain. Michigan State Univ. Coop. Ext. Serv. E-934

Ruppel, R.F. 1991. Stored grain pest management. Michigan State Univ. Ext. Bull. E-2036

Santos, J. P. d. 2004. Armazenagem de milho a granel na fazenda. (Storage of bulk corn on the farm). Lagoas: Embrapa Milho e Sorgo Circular técnica 55

Santos, J. P. d. 2005. Higienização do ambiente em unidades armazenadoras. (Hygiene of the environment in storage units). Embrapa Milho e Sorgo. Comunicado técnico 127

Santos, J. P. d. 2005. Novo produto piretróide para o controle de Rhyzopertha dominica e Tribolium castaneum, em trigo armazenado (New pyrethroid product for control of Rhyzopertha dominica and Tribolium castaneum in stored wheat) Comunicado técnico 122

Santos, J. P. d. 2005. Novo produto piretróide para o controle do Sitophilus zeamais em milho armazenado (New pyrethroid product for the control of Sitophilus zeamais in stored corn) Lagoas: Embrapa Milho e Sorgo Comunicado técnico 120

Santos, J. P., and A. C. d. Oliveira. 1991. Perda de peso em grãos armazenados devido ao ataque de insetos. (Weight loss in stored grains due to insect attack) Lagoas: EMBRAPA-CNPMS, Comunicado técnico 6

Santos, J. P., and E. C. Mantovani. 1994. Perdas de graos na cultura de milho: pre-colheita, colheita, transporte e armazenamento. (Grain losses in maize crop: pre-harvest, harvest, transport and storage). EMBRAPA-CNPMS. Circular Tecnica 24

Santos, J. P., and R. S. Ribeiro. 2006. Utilização de terra diatomácea para proteção de grãos e sementes de sorgo contra insetos-pragas, durante o armazenamento. (Use of diatomaceous earth to protect grain and sorghum seeds against insect pests during storage). Embrapa Milho e Sorgo. Comunicado Técnico 139

Santos, J. P., I. Cruz, R. A. Fontes, and R. A. Ferrari. 1983. Avaliação do malathion po no controle de pragas do milho armazenado em espigas com palha. (Evaluation of the malathion control of corn pests stored in ears of corn). Comunicado técnico 2

Schwardt, H. H. 1943. Control of insects in farm granaries. Cornell Ag. Ext. Bull. 562.

Schwardt, H. H. 1943. Control of insects in farm granaries. War Emergency Bull. 66.

Shedd, C. K. 1949. Storage of Ear Corn on the Farm. USDA Farmers’ Bulleltin 2010

Shedd, C. K. 1954. Handling and Storing Soft Corn on the Farm. USDA Farmers’ Bulletin 1976

Stracener, C. L. 1936. Some phases of insect control in rough rice Leaflet 2. Louisiana State University

Storey, C. L., R. D. Speirs and L. S. Henderson. 1979. Insect control in farm-stored grain. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 2269

Strong, R. G. 1949. Method demonstration of weevil control in corn. Louisana Ext. Circ. Letter 13 .

Swenk, M. H., and D. B. Whelan 1940. Control of stored grain pests in Nebraska. University of Nebraska College of Agriculture Agricultural Experiment Station Circular 62.

Tate, H. D. E. A. 1943. Controlling stored-grain pests on Nebraska farms. University of Nebraska College of Agriculture Experiment Station Circ. 74

Walkden, H. H. and D. A. Wilbur. 1954. Control of stored grain insects in the north central states. Univ. Minnesota Ag. Exp. Sta. NC Regional Publ. 49

Walker, D. W., and H. S. Telford. 1955. Grain insect control in commercial storage. Washington Agric. Exp. Sta. Circ. 275

Watters, F. L. 1967. Control of insects and mites in farm-stored grain in the prairie provinces. Canadian Department of Agriculture Publication 1131

Watters, F. L. 1976. Insects and mites in farm-stored grain in the prairie provinces. Agriculture Canada Publication 1595

White, Graham George and Blacket, David Stirling 1988. Grain storage insect control recommendations. Queensland Department of Primary Industries Farmnote F157. 4 p.

Wilbur, D. A. and G. Halazon. 1955. Pests of farm-stored wheat and their control. Kansas Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 371

Wilbur, D. A., and G. Halazon. 1965. Pests of farm-stored wheat and their control. Kansas State Agric. College Exp. Sta. Bull. 481

Wilcox, R. A., C. W. Deyoe, D. B. Sauer, and K. K. Bolsen 1972. Grain preservatives. Kansas State University Cooperative Extension Service L-344

Williams, D., E. W. Palm, G. Munson, and D. Baker. 1989. Grain storage management. University of Missouri EC-960

Wilson, H.R. 1987. Stored grain insect control. Ohio Coop. Ext. Serv. Bull. 153

Household pests (17) 

Anonymous. 1968. Household insects: an aid to identification and control. Clemson University.

Bauernfeind, R.J. 1995. Control of stored product insect pests with special emphasis on Indianmeal moth in dried flower arrangement materials and crafts. KS Agric. Exp. Sta. Coop. Exten. Serv. MF 2117

Bishop, C. F. 1914. Controlling household pests. West Virginia University.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Control of household insects. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 129

Felt, E. P. 1911. Control of flies and other household insects. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 136

Flint, W. P. 1922. Control of household insects. University of Illinois Agric. College Exp. Sta. Circ. 257

Garman, H. 1917. Household pests and their treatment. Circular No. 15. University of Kentucky

Janes, R. L. 1964. Household insect control–carpet beetles, clothes moths, bedbugs, fleas. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin 456

Marcovitch, S 1933. How to combat certain pests of the household. Tennessee Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 147

Marcovitch, S. 1964. Household insect control – Carpet beetles, clothes moths, bedbugs, fleas. Michigan State Univ. Exten. Bull. 456

Michelbacher, A.E. et al. Control of household insects and related pests. California Agric. Exp. Sta. Ext. Serv. 498

Parks, T. H. 1943. Injurious household pests and their control. Ohio State University

Scott, E. W., W. S. Abbott, and J. E. Dudley Jr. 1918. Results of experiments with miscellaneous substances against bedbugs, cockroaches, clothes moths, and carpet beetles. USDA Bulletin 707

Stone, R. E. 1943. Controlling clothes moths and carpet beetles in the home. University of Missouri.

Turner, N., and B. H. Walden. 1937. Some common household insects and their control. Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 400.

Watson, J. R. 1946. Control of three household insects. University of Florida

Insecticide (8)           

Anonymous 1947. DDT for control of household pests. USDA Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine

Anonymous 1962. Method and equipment for bulk treatment of grain against insects. USDA Marketing Bull. 20

Anonymous 1964. Insect control guide for Colorado: cereal crops, field crops, forage crops, stored grain. Colorado State University Extension Service General Series 800 Section II

Bengston, M. 197-. Resistant grain insects (the on farm problems series). Information and Extension Training Branch, Queensland Dept. of Primary Industries

Joubert, P. C. 1964. Toxicity of contact insecticides to seed-infesting insects. series 2. Test with pyrethrum in direct application. Department of Agricultural Technical Service Technical Communication 17

Kulash, Walter M., and William V. Campbell. 1960.1960 Storage pest control. North Carolina Agric. Exten. Service Leaflet 65

Nettles, W. C. 1948. DDT farm and home uses. Clemson Agricultural College Circular 284

Parker, W. Leroy, and John H. Beacher 1947. Toxaphene. a chlorinated hydrocarbon with insecticidal properties. University of Delaware Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 264, Technical 36

Quinlan, J.K. 1982. Grain protectants for insect control: methods and equipment for bulk treatment. USDA Marketing Bull. 72

Legume pests (8)     

Anonymous 1966. Control of insects that attack dry beans and peas in storage. USDA Agric. Information Bull. 303

Anonymous 1976. Control of insects attacking stored grain and peas and seed treatment for small grains. Washington State Univ. Coop. Ext. Ser. EM-3314.

Blake, G. H. et al. 1953. Control of vetch bruchid in Alabama. Alabama Polytechnic Institute Leaflet No. 36.

Hinman, F.G. and L.G. Smith. 1940. Pea weevil control in Washington. Washington State Univ. Exten. Bull. 254

Knowlton, G.F. 1941. Pea weevil control in Utah. Utah State Agric. College Ext. Serv. Circ. 113

Larson, A.O. 1931. Pea-weevil control in the Willamette Valley. Oregon Agr. Exp. Sta. Circ. 99

Marcovitch, S. 1934. Control of weevils in stored beans and cowpeas. Tennessee Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 150

Nelson, H. D. and C. K. Fisher 1952. Control of insects that attack dried beans and peas in storage. USDA Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine EC-27

Mill pests (6)            

Back, E.A. 1920. Insect control in flour mills. USDA Farmer’s Bull. 872

Cotton, R. T. and G. B. Wagner. 1938. Practical methods for insuring the production of insect-free flour. USDA E-419

Cotton, R.T. 1958. Insect control in flour mills. Agric. Handbook 133

Cotton, R.T., J.C. Frankenfeld and G.A. Dean.1958 (revision of 1945). Controlling insects in flour mills. USDA Circ. 720

Dean, G.A. 1913. Methods of controlling mill and stored-grain insects. Kansas State Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 189                      

Farrell, E. P., and M. Milner. 1952. Insect fragment problem in the milling industry. Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied Science Agricultural Experiment Station Circular 291

Packaging (2)

Highland, H. A., Margaret Secreast, and David A. Yeadon. 1975. Insect-resistant textile bags: new construction and treatment techniques. USDA Tech. Bull. 1511

Laudani, Hamilton, Henry A. Highland, Margaret Secreast, and David A. Yeadon 1973. Development of an insect – resistant cotton bag. USDA, ARS Techn. Bull. 1463

Pantry Pests (4)

Anonymous 1962. Control of pantry pests. USDA-ARS-ERD-CA-5

Anonymous 1970 (rev. 1962). Control of pantry insects. USDA-ARS-CA-51-3.

Kamble, Shripat T., David L. Keith, and James A. Kalisch 1992. Insect Pests of Stored Foods in Kitchen and Pantry. Cooperative Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Koehler, C. S. et al. 1982. Common Pantry Pests and Their Control. Oakland: Univ. Calif. Agric. Sci. Leaflet 2711.

Peanut pests (8)

Anonymous. 1959. Suggestions for insect control in farmers stock peanuts. USDA, AMS-337

Anonymous. 1961. Control in farmers stock peanuts. USDA, AMS-453

Kramer, H. A. 1959. Spout-type automatic sampler for farmers stock peanuts. USDA, AMS 353 .

La Hue, D. W., B. W. Clements Jr. and Herbert Womack. 1959. Insect infestation as a factor in storing farmers stock peanuts grown in Georgia. USDA, AMS 364

La Hue,D. W., B. W. Clements Jr. and Herbert Womack. 1959. In-storage treatments for the protection of farmers stock peanuts from insect damage-exploratory tests. USDA, AMS 363 .

Marzke, F. O., Sam R. Cecil, Arthur F. Press Jr and Phillip K. Harein. 1976. Effects of controlled storage atmospheres on the quality, processing, and germination of peanuts. USDA ARS-S-114

Popenoe, C. H. 1911. Indian-meal moth and “weevil-cut” peanuts. USDA Bureau of Entomology–Circular No. 142 .

Thompson, Helen, S. R. Cecil and J. G. Woodroof. 1951. Storage of edible peanuts. Ga. Exp. Sta. Bull. 268.

Potato pests (5)        

Anonymous 1958. The Sweetpotato Weevil and How to Control It. USDA Leaflet 431

Chittenden, F. H. 1919. Sweet-potato weevil and its control. USDA Farmer’s Bulletin 1020

Komi, Kazuhiro. 2000. Eradication of sweetpotato weevil, Cylas Formicarius Fabricius from Muroto City, Kochi, Japan. Extension Bulletin—Food Fertilizer Technology Center 493: 15-22.

Rolston, L. H. and J. L. Bagent. 1988. Management of the sweet potato weevil. La. Coop. Ext. Ser. Publ. 2340.                         

Rolston, L. H., T. B. Barlow and E. G. Riley. 1983. Control of the sweet potato weevil in planting material. La Agric. Exp. Stn. Bull. 752.

Stored product pests (8)                             

Anonymous 1970. Insects and mites in sacks. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAFF) Advisory Leaflet 469

Gates, D.E. 1980. Stored products pest control. Kansas State Univ. Coop. Ext. Serv.

Haseman, L. 1949. Combating pests of stored grain and food. Agric. Exp. Sta. University of Missouri College of Agric. Circ. 337

Kulash, W. M. 1958. Storage pest control – 1958. University of North Carolina Agric. Ext. Serv. Leaflet 26

Kulash, W. M. and William V. Campbell. 1960. 1960 Storage pest control. University of North Carolina Agric. Ext. Serv. Leaflet 65.

Manis, H. C., and R. W. Portman 1950. Idaho recommendations for insect control. University of Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 279

Michelbacher, A. E. and F. H. Ernst 1943. Storage and protection of dried food products for home use. USDA and Univ. Calif. Agricultural Extension Service

Pancoast, C. 1917. Storing of food products. Mo. Ag. Bd. Bull. 15: 50-52.

Temperature (7)       

Garman, P. 1931. An electric sterilizer for killing insects in milled cereal. Connecticut Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 327

Goodwin, W.H. 1922. Heat for the control of cereal insects. Ohio Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 354

Grossman, E.F. 1931. Heat treatment for controlling the insect pests of stored corn. Florida Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 239

Mason, L. J., D. E. Maier, and C. Woloshuk. 1993. Integrating temperature and pest management for successful grain storage. Grain Quality Fact Sheet
No. 12.

Oosthuizen, M.J. 1935. The effect of high temperature on the confused flour beetle. Minnesota Agr. Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull. 107

Pepper, J. H. and A. L. Strand. 1935. Superheating as a control for cereal-mill insects. Montana Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. 297

Swingle, M.C. 1938. Low temperature as a possible means of controlling cigarette beetle in stored tobacco. USDA Circ. 462

Tineidae (2)               

Jones, C. R. and Sam C. McCampbell. 1936. Control of clothes moths. Colorado State College Extension Service Circ. 107-A

Shull, W. E., and Mary Lou Rudeen. 1946. Clothes moth control with DDT. University of Idaho College or Agriculture Extension Circular 93

Tobacco pests (3)     

Reed, W. O. and J. P. Vinzant. 1942. Control of insects attacking stored tobacco and tobacco products. USDA Circ. 635

Roop, Quentin W. 1949. Plastic sealing of tobacco storage warehouses. USDA Production and Marketing Administration Misc. Publ. 684

Tenhet, J. N. and C. O. Bare. 1951. Control of insects in stored and manufactured tobacco. USDA Circ. 869

Transportation (1)

Henderson, L. S., and H. E. Meister. 1977. Guidelines for pest control in railcars for food transportation. USDA–PA-1178

Vertebrate pests (1)

Long, J. B., and L. W. Kuhn. 1953. Controlling rodents and birds in stored grain. Pacific Northwest Coop. Ext. Bull. 7 Wash. Sta. Col. Ext. Serv.

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