Mason’s Column in Grain Journal

Linda Mason has written 82 articles in Grain Journal between 1993 and 2009. She has also written many extension bulletins and research papers on stored-product insects and managing these insect pests. Her columns were included in “A review of stored-product entomology information sources” and the following list has a few additions and corrections.

Mason, L. 1993. Stored grain management tenets. Grain Journal, 21(5): 49.

Mason, L. 1993. Post-harvest grain quality program. Grain Journal, 21(6): 44.

Mason, L. 1994. Sanitation for pest control. Grain Journal, 22(4): 39.

Mason, L. 1994. Integrated pest management. Grain Journal, 22(5): 59.

Mason, L. 1994. S.L.A.M. post-harvest IPM program. Grain Journal, 22(6): 28.

Mason, L. 1995. The importance of aeration. Grain Journal, 23(2): 16.

Mason, L. 1995. Grain chillers. Grain Journal, 23(3): 46.

Mason, L. 1995. Update on DDVP. Grain Journal, 23(4): 30.

Mason, L. 1995. Grain cleaning. Grain Journal, 23(5): 18.

Mason, L. 1995. Biological controls. Grain Journal, 23(6): 46.

Mason, L. 1996. Sampling for insects. Grain Journal, 24(1): 24.

Mason, L. 1996. Beware of warming temps. Grain Journal, 24(2): 31.

Mason, L. 1996. Rodent control. Grain Journal, 24(4): 22.

Mason, L. 1996. Mycotoxin Grain Journal, 24(5): 22.

Mason, L. 1996. Temperature control and pests. Grain Journal, 24(6): 36.

Mason, L. 1997. Indianmeal moth. Grain Journal, 25(1): 93.

Mason, L. 1997. National stored product IPM training conference. Grain Journal, 25(2): 41.

Mason, L. 1997. Meet … the beetles! Grain Journal, 25(3): 66.

Mason, L. 1997. A fine feathered enemy. Grain Journal, 25(4): 36.

Mason, L. 1998. Your insect control choices. Grain Journal, 26(1): 56.

Mason, L. 1998. El nino and grain storage. Grain Journal, 26(2): 58.

Mason, L. 1998. Mold feeders. Grain Journal, 26(4): 57.

Mason, L. 1997. Sampling grain. Grain Journal, 25(5): 74.

Mason, L. 1997. Flour beetles. Grain Journal, 25(6): 64.

Mason, L. 1998. Grain storage in cyberspace. Grain Journal, 26(6): 56.

Mason, L. 1999. The value of sanitation Grain Journal, 27(2): 72.

Mason, L. 1999. Introducing E.G.P.I.C. Grain Journal, 27(3): 40.

Mason, L. 1999. Reducing rodent risk. Grain Journal, 27(4): 64.

Mason, L. 1999. Disease threat from rodents. Grain Journal, 27(5): 132.

Mason, L. 1999. Your most important tool. Grain Journal, 27(6): 64.

Mason, L. 2000. Least wanted list. Grain Journal, 28(1): 56.

Mason, L. 2000. Spring time pest threat. Grain Journal, 28(2): 66.

Mason, L. 2000. Mold feeders in grain. Grain Journal, 28(3): 46.

Mason, L. 2000. The problem with birds. Grain Journal, 28(5): 176-177.

Mason, L. 2000. Insect diapause Grain Journal, 28(6): 122.

Mason, L. 2001. Weevils entrenched early. Grain Journal, 29(1): 105.

Mason, L. 2001. Temperature target. Grain Journal, 29(2): 45.

Mason, L. 2001. Enhancing your skills toolbox. Grain Journal, 29(3): 42.

Mason, L. 2001. Bird trouble Grain Journal, 29(4): 96-97.

Mason, L. 2001. Handling hantavirus. Grain Journal, 29(6): 104-105.

Mason, L. 2002. Key rodent control strategies. Grain Journal, 30(1): 82-83.

Mason, L. 2002. Pests in 2002. Grain Journal, 30(2): 68-69.

Mason, L. 2002. Khapra beetle. Grain Journal, 30(4): 34-35.

Mason, L. 2002. Ozone fumigation. Grain Journal, 30(6): 70-71.

Mason, L. 2002. Three preharvest quality tools. Grain Journal, 30(5): 82-83.

Mason, L. 2002. Watch for “bran bugs. Grain Journal, 30(3): 70-71.

Mason, L. 2003. Winter grain management. Grain Journal, 31(1): 76-77.

Mason, L. 2003. Spring preparation. Grain Journal, 31(2): 82-83.

Mason, L. 2003. New fumigation options. Grain Journal, 31(3): 70-71.

Mason, L. 2003. Metal mandible monsters. Grain Journal, 31(4): 32-33.

Mason, L. 2003. Pest control. Grain Journal, 31(6): 76-77.

Mason, L. 2004. High sanitation standards. Grain Journal, 32(1): 76-77.

Mason, L. 2004. Luring female moths. Grain Journal, 32(2): 72-73.

Mason, L. 2004. Inert dust for pest control. Grain Journal, 32(3): 58-59.

Mason, L. 2004. Insects won’t thrive in cold. Grain Journal, 32(4): 48-49.

Mason, L. 2004. Preparing bins for harvest. Grain Journal, 32(5): 114-115.

Mason, L. 2004. Top 10 grain insect pests Grain Journal, 32(6): 66-67.

Mason, L. 2005. Insect hide-and-seek. Grain Journal, 33(1): 72-73.

Mason, L. 2005. The great awakening. Grain Journal, 33(2): 70-71.

Mason, L. 2005. Preventive measures Grain Journal, 33(3), 48-49.

Mason, L. 2005. Hiring a fumigator. Grain Journal, 33(4): 56-57.

Mason, L. 2005. Temporary storage decisions Grain Journal, 33(5): 91-93.

Mason, L. 2005. Watching for weevils. Grain Journal, 33(6): 92-93.

Mason, L. 2006. Where the infestation begins Grain Journal, 34(1): 56-57.

Mason, L. 2006. Picking your poison. Grain Journal, 34(2): 70-71.

Mason, L. 2006. Lesser grain borer. Grain Journal, 34(4): 38-39.

Mason, L. 2006. Insect misconceptions. Grain Journal, 34(5): 84-85.

Mason, L. 2006. Post-harvest IPM program. Grain Journal, 34(6): 94-95.

Mason, L. 2007. “Green” pest management Grain Journal, 35(1): 76-77.

Mason, L. 2007. Dealing with grain mites. Grain Journal, 35(2): 76-77.

Mason, L. 2007. On today’s buffett … corn. Grain Journal, 35(3): 58-59.

Mason, L. 2007. Psocids and mites. Grain Journal, 35(4): 106-107.

Mason, L. 2007. Dealing with rodents. Grain Journal, 35(5): 100-101.

Mason, L. 2007. Acclimation to the cold. Grain Journal, 35(6): 56-57.

Mason, L. 2008. Treatment factors. Grain Journal, 36(1): 100-101.

Mason, L. 2008. Start sampling today. Grain Journal, 36(2): 52-53.

Mason, L. 2008. First floods, now molds. Grain Journal, 36(4): 14-15.

Mason, L. 2008. Mighty mites. Grain Journal, 36(5): 88-89.

Mason, L. 2008. Corn sap/fruit beetles. Grain Journal, 36(6): 92-93.

Mason, L. 2009. Spring approaches. Grain Journal, 37(1): 104-105.

Mason, L. 2009. Replacing methyl bromide. Grain Journal, 37(2): 68-69.

Mason, L. 2009. Carpenter bees. Grain Journal, 37(3): 148-149.

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