Other Trade Journal Articles

One hundred and thirty four of the following 1999 citations for trade journal articles on stored-product protection were included in “A review of stored-product entomology information sources”.  Agricultural Research magazine (119), Communications of the Association for Protection of Stored Products (390), Cotton’s Northwestern Miller column (56), Extension Bulletins (343), Extension Websites (208), Johnson’s American Miller column (71), Mason’s Column in Grain Journal (82), Pest Control magazine (438), Slingerland column in The Rural New-Yorker (25) and Subi’s Milling Journal column (33) on this website include another 1765 trade journal articles for a total of 3764

Abercrombie, E. 1990. Considerations for in-transit phosphine fumigation. Association of Operative Millers Bulletin 5653-5654.

Acton, F. E. and Parouchais, C. 1966. Malathion levels in wheat and wheat products. Food Technology in Australia 18:77-81.

Adams, E. M. et al. 1952. Health hazards present in the use of a spot fumigant, an industrial hygiene survey. Modern Sanitation 4(7/8):

Adams, E. M., R. L. Hollingsworth, H. C. Spencer and D. D. McCollister 1952. Toxicity study of a spot fumigation. Modern Sanitation 4(7/8): 39-41.

Adams, R. E., J. E. Wolfe, M. Milner , and J. A. Shellenberger. 1954. Detection of internal insect infestation in grain by sound amplification. Cereal Chem. 31:271-276.

Adams, R E et al. 1954. Detection of internal infestation in grain by sound applification. Milling Production Dec 19: 5-6

Adams, S. 1987. Insect control takes many forms. Wheat Grower 10: 20-23.

Adisa, V. A. 1985. Fungi associated with spoilage of stored yam chips and flour in Nigeria. Die Nahrung 29: 481-485.

Adler, C. 2004. Möglichkeiten Der Befallsvermeidung. (Potential for Waste Prevention) Der Praktische Schädlingsbekämpfer (the Practical Pest Control Specialists) 56 (11): 13.

Adler, C. 2005. Vorratsschädlinge Und Ihre Vermeidung. (Food Pests and their Prevention). Der Lebensmittelbrief 16 (1-2): 35-36.

Adler, C. 1994. Vorratsschutz mit Kühlung und Hygiene. (storage protection with cooling and hygiene). Ernährungsdienst, Deutsche Getreidezeitung 2:11.
Adler, C. 1996. Befallsfrüherkennung Mit Pheromonfallen – Einsatz in Vorratslager Und Betrieb. (Infestation Early with Pheromone Traps – use in Storages and Operation) Der Praktische Schädlingsbekämpfer (the Practical Pest Control Specialists) 48 (3): 19-22.

Adler, C. 2005. Schädlinge Vermeiden Und Frühzeitig Erkennen!. (Prevent Pests and Early Detection!). Der Pflanzenarzt 58 (6-7): 24-27.

Adler, C. 2006. Wärmebehandlung in einer Mühle: Methoden zur Überprüfung der Wirksamkeit. (Heat treatment in a mill: methods for checking the effectiveness) Der Praktische Schädlingsbekämpfer (The practical pest control specialists) 58(4):21.

Adler, C. 2006. Was Ist Zu Tun? – Lebensmittelsicherheit Beginnt Im Erzeugerlager. (what should I do? – Food Safety Begins in Producer Storage) Der Praktische Schädlingsbekämpfer (the Practical Pest Control Specialists) 60 (6): 20.

Adler, C. 2007. Frostperioden nutzen (utilizefreezing periods) Bio-Land 11

Adler, C. 2010. Vorratsschutz: Tiefgefrieren zur Bekämpfung? (Stored Product Protection: freezingto fight?) Der praktische Schädlingsbekämpfer (The practical pest control specialists) 64(6):14.

Adler, C. 2013. Getreidelager gründlich reinigen. (Clean thoroughly grain stores). Land & Forst 15-17.

Adler, C., 2013.New developments in stored product protection. Rural 2: 26-29.

Adler, C. 2014. Was sind Vorratsschädlinge und woher kommen sie?. (What areproduct pestsandwhere they come from?) Mühle + Mischfutter 151(3): 93-94.

Adler, C. 2015. Keine Käfer – Lagerschädlinge werden vom Geruch angelockt. (Nobugs-storage pests are attracted by the smell). Bauernzeitung 56(4): 29.

Adler, C. and J. Böye. 2004. Forschung Für Die Praxis. (Research of Practical Utility) Der Praktische Schädlingsbekämpfer (the Practical Pest Control Specialists) 56 (10): 16.

Adler, C., K. Münzing, and A. F. Ndomo. 2013. Vorstellung eines Forschungsprojektes zur schädlingsdichten Getreidelagerung und Orientierung vorratsschädlicher Insekten. (Presentation of a research project for pest-proof grain storage and supply orientation harmful insects) Mühle + Mischfutter 150(4): 107-109.

Adler, C., S. Prozell, C. Reichmuth, and M. Schöller. 1995. Biological control of stored product pest insects. (Biological control of stored product pest insects) Profile 20: 21-22.

Adler, C., S. Prozell, and M. Schöller. 1996. Vorratsschutz bei Kakao. Integration alter und neuer Methoden. (Stock protection in cocoa. Integration of old and new methods) Süsswaren 40:48-53.

Adler, C., and C. Reichmuth. 1993. Schaderreger im Getreidlager bekämpfen. (Combat pests in the grain stores). Bauernzeitung 23: 30-31.

Adler, C., and C. Reichmuth. 1995. Neue Verfahren zur Gesunderhaltung von Getreide. (New procedures for maintaining the health of cereals) Kraftfutter 95(9): 368-374.

Ahmad, N. 1935. Effect of storage prior to ginning on the spinning quality of cotton. Textile Inst. J. 26:T226-T236.

Ahmed, M S et al. 1986. Disinfestation of commercially packed dates by a combination treatment. Acta Alimentaria 15: 221-226

Ahmedani, M. S. and A. Khaliq. 2007. Scope of Thermal treatment for management of psocids (Liposcelis bostrychophila Badonnel). Intern. Pest Contr. 49: 128-135.

Airy, J. 1944. From field to crib with least loss. Successful Farming 42: 22-23+.

Ajisegiri, E. S. et al. 1990. Moisture sorption isotherms of Nigerian millet at varying temperatures. J. Food Eng. 12: 283-292.

Al-Azawi, A. F. et al. 1983. Effect of high temperature on fig moth Ephestia cautella Walker (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae) in Iraq. Date Palm J. 2: 79-85

Al-Azawi, A. F. et al. 1983. Effect reduced atmospheric pressure with different temperatures on Ephestia cautella Walker, a pest of stored dates in Iraq. Date Palm J. 2: 223-233

Al-Azawi, A. F. et al. 1985. Effect reduced atmospheric pressure with different temperatures on Oryzaephilus surinamensis (L) (Coleoptera, Cucujidae), a pest of stored dates in Iraq. Date Palm J. 4: 77-90

Al-Farisi, M., Abuagla, A., Mohamed, E. and Gohs, U. 2013. The effect of electron beam on dates infestation. Food Control, 33: 157–161.

Allen, W. S. 1962. How elevator layout affects fumigation. Grain Age 3: 8-9.

Alley, H. R. 1955. Pyrenone-treated papers for grains and cereals. TAPPI Journal (Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry) 38:141A-143A.

Allotey, J. 1991. Development and fecundity of the rice moth Corcyra cephalonica (Pyralidae) on stored maize and groundnut. Discovery and Innovation 3: 123-126.

Allred, J. N. et al. 1968. A survey to determine the salmonella contamination rate in livestock and poultry feeds. Feed and Feeding Digest 20: 2.

Anderson, C. A. et al. 1970. Scanning electron microscopy of insect-damaged wool fibres. Journal of the Textile Institute 61(7): 355-358.

Anderson, C. W. 1950. Weevil in stored grain. South Australian Department of Agriculture Journal 53: 394-398.

Anderson, D. E. et al. 1981. Grain dryer use by North Dakota farmers. North Dakota Farm Research 38 (6): 15-17.

Anderson, Ian. 1989. Pumps deliver a fatal blow to grain pests. New Scientist 24 June

Anonymous. 1901. Foreign grain beetle. American Miller, 29(11): 856.

Anonymous. 1904. The Mediterranean flour moth. American Miller, 32(7): 552.

Anonymous. 1906. Effect of sulfur fumigation on wheat and flour. American Miller, 34(8): 637.

Anonymous. 1906. Insects attack brewer’s grits. American Miller, 34(11): 923.

Anonymous. 1906. The grain weevil. American Miller, 34(11): 912-913.

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

Anonymous 1921. Air tight storage and dry heat, new pest control. Sci. Am. 125: 2 2.

Anonymous 1922. Granary weevils not harmful in macaroni manufacture. Grain Dealers Journal 48: 854.

Anonymous 1923. Important decision covering liability for stored grain. Coop. Manager and Farmer 12: 74.

Anonymous 1924. Storing damp or wet grain. Dakota Farmer 44: 872.

Anonymous. 1925. Coffee pest a Brazil native. The Tea and Coffee Trade J. 48:645.

Anonymous 1925 Protecting sold stored grain. Farmers’ Elevator 20: 5.

Anonymous 1926. Sweet-potato weevil. Farming in South Africa 1: 116-117.

Anonymous 1927 Storage of combine threshed grain. Dakota Farmer 47: 702.

Anonymous 1929 Farm storage of wheat urged. Coop. Manager & Farmer 18: 26.

Anonymous 1934. How millers are fighting insects? National and American Miller 62: 54, 56, 72.

Anonymous 1935. Destroying package insects. American Miller 63: 69.

Anonymous 1935. Insect pests and their control. The lucrne seed wasp (Bruchophagus funebris). Agric. Gazette New South Wales 46: 271-272.

Anonymous 1935. Principal insect enemies of the miller. American Miller 63: 36-37.

Anonymous 1935. The brown vegetable weevil (Listroderes obliquus). Agricultural Gazette N. S. Wales 46: 274-275.

Anonymous 1935. The vacuum gas method for control of mill insects. American Miller 63: 55-56,94.

Anonymous 1935. The weevil made audible. American Miller 63: 38.

Anonymous 1936. Pressure diffusion of insecticides and fumigants aids modern insect control. American Miller 64: 66, 68.

Anonymous 1936. The dried-fruit beetle (Doticus pestilens). Agric. Gazette New South Wales 47: 216.

Anonymous 1936. Vacuum sterilization. American Miller 64: 69-70.

Anonymous 1937. Advanced control methods discussed by entomologists. American Miller 65: 64, 66, 71-73.

Anonymous 1937. Superheating for insect control. American Miller 65: 78-79.

Anonymous 1938. All is confusion when milling’s public enemy #1 gets a foothold in the plant. American Miller Apr 66: 56, 60, 65

Anonymous 1938. How to rout the bug legions with tear gas. American Miller 66: 58-59.

Anonymous 1938. Man vs insects. American Miller 66: 37-38, 68, 70.

Anonymous 1938. Other methods of insect control. American Miller 66: 45.

Anonymous 1939. Chemical dip tests against Lyctus powder-post beetles Lyctus parrallelopipedus (Melsh.)and Lyctus planicollis Leconte. Southern Lumberman 159: 105-110.

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

Anonymous 1939. Insect control quiz by millers. American Miller 67: 46-48,50.

Anonymous 1939. Mechanics of infestation. American Miller 67: 37, 38, 62.

Anonymous 1939. The button beetle (Coccotrypes dactyliperda). Agric. Gazette New South Wales 50: 319-320.

Anonymous 1940 Protect stored wheat from weevils. Agric. Gaz. New South Wales 51: 597-600.

Anonymous 1941. Bugs in stored grain. American Miller 69: 60, 62, 63.

Anonymous 1941. Flour from insect-damaged wheat. American Miller 69: 57.

Anonymous 1941. G-men now check mills as well as flour shipments. American Miller 69: 57-58.

Anonymous 1941. Mite menace. American Miller 69: 57-58.

Anonymous 1941. Mixed cars source of infestation. American Miller 69: 45.

Anonymous 1942. New food & drug administration appraisals demand strict control. American Miller 70: 52.

Anonymous 1942. O’Brien milling co. gets a full 100% kill in specialty flours. American Miller 70: 40, 45.

Anonymous 1943 Mites in stored grain and their control. Grain & Feed Journal, Consolidated 91: 112, 121.

Anonymous 1943 Prevention of weevil attack on grain stored on the farm. J. Dept. Ag. Victoria 41: 102-103.

Anonymous 1943. Infestation control in pictures. American Miller 71: 40.

Anonymous 1945. Solving whole-grain product infestation. American Miller and Processor 73: 44.

Anonymous 1946. DDT its use and abuse. American Miller and Processor 74: 137.

Anonymous 1946. Ethylene dibromide as a grain mill machinery fumigant. Down to Earth 2: 1-4.

Anonymous 1946. Heavy-duty vacuum cleaning. American Miller and Processor 74: 65-66.

Anonymous 1946. Infestation-a symposium. American Miller and Processor 74: 38, 112.

Anonymous 1947. Analyzing the used bag problem. American Miller and Processor 75: 6.

Anonymous 1947. First “grain itch” outbreak in Baltimore is reported and controlled. Baltimore Health News 24: 173-180.

Anonymous 1947. Methyl bromide speeds ship fumigation. Down to Earth 3: 10-11.

Anonymous 1947. New equipment aids sanitation. American Miller and Processor 75(4): 38, 68, 71.

Anonymous 1947. Vacuum fumigation for army. American Miller and Processor 75(4): 56, 58.

Anonymous 1949. Chemical treatment for bags. Iowa Farm Science 77: 74-75.

Anonymous 1949. Insect repellent for textile bag fabrics. Northwestern Miller 240(11): 8A.

Anonymous 1949. The problem of weevilly wheat. American Miller and Processor 77: 47, 67.

Anonymous 1950 Grain sanitation campaign planned by committee in Pacific Northwest. Northwestern Miller 243(13): 39.

Anonymous 1950. “Glass bin” opened at crowley. Rice J. 53: 25-28.

Anonymous 1950. Bug control-for consumers. American Miller and Processor 78: 25.

Anonymous 1950. Continuous fragment control. American Miller and Processor 78: 33, 36.

Anonymous 1950. Custom-built sanitation. Modern Sanitation 2: 24-64.

Anonymous 1950. Modernized packages and packaging boost flour purity-and sales. American Miller and Processor 78: 28-30.

Anonymous 1950. Potent residuals used in new grain treatment. American Miller and Processor 78: 28-30.

Anonymous 1951 Cribs that help corn to dry. Wallaces’ Farmer 76: 28-29.

Anonymous 1951 Nylon is answer in new system guarding bulk food; foolproof way to scan stored-grain temperatures. Food Eng. 25: 51-52+.

Anonymous 1951. Controlling insects in box cars by new method. Grain and Feed Review 40: 20-22.

Anonymous 1951. How carliners help solve the box car crisis. American Miller and Processor 79: 26-28.

Anonymous 1951. Radio frequency may prove useful in grain conditioning. Cargill Crop Bulletin 26: 19.

Anonymous 1952 Cooperation with FDA indicated. Northwestern Miller 248(26): 16.

Anonymous 1952 FDA does not intend to postpone its grain sanitation campaign. Milling Production 17: 4.

Anonymous 1952 FDA to extend inspection program to insect contamination. Milling Production 17: 3.

Anonymous 1952. Mechanical insect control introduced a dozen years ago. Amer. Miller 80: 90.

Anonymous 1952 Soft wheat millers group backs sanitation program. Milling Production 17: 3.

Anonymous 1952 Two cars of wheat seized as FDA enforcement action begins. Milling Production 17: 2.

Anonymous 1952. U. S. food and drug seizure is a costly experience for grainmen. Grain and Feed Review 42: 1-A.

Anonymous 1953 Action on FDA inspection. Southwestern Miller 31: 31.

Anonymous 1953 AOM cites need for more attention to hidden infestation. Milling Production 17: 20-20.

Anonymous 1953. Are CCC bins monuments to failure? Wallaces’ Farmer 78: 28.

Anonymous 1953. CCC fear weevily wheat contamination. Kansas City Grain Market Review .

Anonymous 1953. Fewer seizures of grain made by FDA in January. Milling Production 29: 31.

Anonymous 1953. For full power to FDA. Southwestern Miller 31: 27.

Anonymous 1953. Grain clean-up postponement asked. Northwestern Miller 249(10): 9.

Anonymous 1953. Grain clean-up postponement seen. Northwestern Miller 249(11): 9.

Anonymous 1953. Grain sanitation progress (an editorial). Northwestern Miller 249(9): 121.

Anonymous 1953. How much corn to store. Wallaces’ Farmer 78: 76.

Anonymous 1953. More CCC bins or farm cribs? Successful Farming 51: 16.

Anonymous 1953. National grain sanitation group organized. Northwestern Miller 249(9): 11.

Anonymous 1953. New type of insurance for grain in transit covers loss by seizure. Northwestern Miller 249(10): 12.

Anonymous 1953. Resealing corn pays its way. Wallaces’ Farmer 78: 12.

Anonymous 1953. Where to store that corn? Wallaces’ Farmer 78: 24.

Anonymous 1954. Mothproofed for life. Fibres (natural and synthetic) 15:  97-98.

Anonymous 1954. Wool mothproofing agents and their application. Fibres (natural and synthetic) 15: 51-53.

Anonymous 1955. Insect control in food packages. J. Agric. Food Chem. 3(12): 991.

Anonymous 1955. Khapra beetle, threat in the west. J. Agric. Food Chem. 3:192.

Anonymous 1955. Rice fumigation: polyethylene sheeting brings fumigation to the product at more economical costs. Rice J. 58: 30-32.

Anonymous 1955. Sweet flag powder good for control of paddy stored pests. Indian Farm Mechanization 6: 14.

Anonymous 1956. Bugs bombarded with gamma rays. Chem. Eng. News 34: 3188-3190.

Anonymous 1956. It’s here! a one-stop farm grain dryer. Better Farming Methods 28: 22-23.

Anonymous 1957. Studies of the fumigation of sacked rice under gas-tight tarpaulins. Rice J. 60: 14-37.

Anonymous 1958. Schadlingsbefall in fertig gepackten Produkten. (Pest infestation in pre-packaged products) Muhl 95: 268.

Anonymous. 1958. New developments in insect-proof wrappers. Food Trade Rev. 28(4):37.

Anonymous 1959. Elevator check list for sanitary handling of grain. Milling Production 24: 6-8.

Anonymous 1959. New development in custom grain fumigation applies bulk handling principles to eliminate cylinders, speed work. Grain and Feed Journals 116: 68-69.

Anonymous 1959. Sanitation analysis. Cereal Science Today 4: 301-302.

Anonymous 1959. Stored grain insect control. Farm Chemicals 122: 44-46.

Anonymous 1960. Adhesive sealed bags halt insects. Packag. Innovator 1(44): 1

Anonymous 1960. Insecticides for stored grain. Soap and Chemical Specialties 36: 89-91.

Anonymous 1960. What’s ahead in packaging? Farm Chemicals 123: 30-31.

Anonymous 1961. Anti-resistant DDT: a new development signals a resurgence of interest in ddt for aerosol formulations. Aerosol Age 6: 34,121.

Anonymous 1961. High drying temperatures may impair wheat’s baking quality. Northwestern Miller 265(13): 59.

Anonymous 1961. Malathion’s safety margin. Cyanagrams 8: 12, 33.

Anonymous 1961. Mites (Acarina) in buildings. Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales 72: 474-479.

Anonymous 1961. Mites in houses, shops and other occupied buildings. Sanitarian 69: 291.

Anonymous 1961. Multi-wall paper bags. Packaging Progress 3: 40-41.

Anonymous 1961. Schadlingsefall bei abgepackten Muhlenerzeugnissen und seine Verhinderung. (Pest infestation in packaged mill products and its prevention) Muhle 98: 163

Anonymous 1962. Conditioned air used to preserve grain. Northwestern Miller 266: 52.

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

Anonymous 1963. Insect-proof packaging nearing practical stage. Packaging 31: 21.

Anonymous 1963. Protecting citrus pulp from insects. Cyanagrams 10: 18-21.

Anonymous 1963. Quality peanuts. Cyanagrams 10: 8-12.

Anonymous 1963. Snags in storing grain. Farmer and Stockbreeder 77: 75.

Anonymous 1964 NSCO pits flour sacks vs. beetles. Oak Leaf 26: 1-4.

Anonymous 1964. Corn mill federation group inspects AMS stored-product insects research center. American Miller and Processor Sept. 6-9.

Anonymous 1964. Harness lethal phosphine gas for lower cost fumigation. Food Process. 25: 130-133.

Anonymous 1964. Protecting quality by gamma rays – applications of irradiation to bulk and processed grain. Iowa Farm Science 92: 8-25.

Anonymous 1964. Recommended good practices for the fumigation of bulk grain and other bulk commodities in bins, vans and box cars and barges and ships. Association of Operative Millers Bulletin 2826-2829.

Anonymous 1964. Sound may control insects. Agricultural Marketing 9: 3.

Anonymous 1964. Special music for insects. Peanut Journal and Nut World 43: 5.

Anonymous 1965. Avoiding losses of food grains after harvesting. World Crops 17(4): 59-64.

Anonymous 1965. Imidazole for fabric-feeding insects. International Pest Control 7: 12.

Anonymous 1965. Insect pests of stored food; a visual aid. World Crops 17: 55-58.

Anonymous 1965. Present situation in the mothproofing of wool. (part 2). Wool Science Review 28: 33-47.

Anonymous 1965. Technological break-through in packaging material for flour – at savannah center. American Miller and Processor 93(4): 8-9.

Anonymous 1965. USDA testing death-ray for insect destruction. Grain Age 6: 6.

Anonymous 1966. Follow these fumigation rules. Grain Terminals and Processing Plants 16-17.

Anonymous 1966. Metering system for insecticides in stored grain. International Pest Control 8: 7-10.

Anonymous 1966. Prostephanus truncatus. Cooperative Economic Insect Report 16: 18.

Anonymous 1966. Radiofrequency as killer of insects, fumigation does excellent job at lower cost. Grain Age 7: 12.

Anonymous 1967. Munro, J. W. – Pests of Stored Products. Food Manuf. 42: 36

Anonymous 1968. Fumigation survey. Northwestern Miller 275(8): 8-10.

Anonymous 1968. Grain insects dislike the cold. New Sci. 40: 625, 481

Anonymous 1968. Plastic bags for pest-proof storage. International Pest Control 10: 8

Anonymous 1969. Insects breathe, too–but how much? Idaho Agricultural Science 54: 1-2.

Anonymous 1969. USDA experimental bags tested in overseas shipment. Northwestern Miller 276(1): 51-52.

Anonymous 1970. Improved bag packaging ships food to the world’s hungry. Packaging Digest  7(10): 18-19

Anonymous 1970. Incidence and extent of infestation on food grains stored by the cultivators in Gujarat in 1966. Pesticides in India  4(12): 55-58.

Anonymous. 1970. UCC relaxes rules on use of hot melt adhesives. Modern Packaging 43:.

Anonymous 1971. Phostoxin: North Carolina supports move to massive use of tobacco fumigation. Tobacco Reporter 98(6): 1-6

Anonymous. 1971. Snack packaging: a market game. Today’s Packaging 10-14.

Anonymous 1971. What you should know about testing PVC for food packaging. Food and Drug Packaging 25(2): 20-22

Anonymous 1972. Battling bugs in food warehouse starts with a good “battle plan”. Pestalk 2(2): 1-3.

Anonymous 1972. Sanitation in storage and transportation. Northwestern Miller 279(10): 8-9, 22.

Anonymous 1973. Food storage and prevention of infestation law, 1958. Jamaica Gazette 96: 683-719.

Anonymous 1973. Look for stepped up mill inspection. Milling and Baking News 52 (18): 68-70

Anonymous 1973. Pest control important part of stored grain management. Northwestern Miller 280: 18-21.

Anonymous 1974. Box car infestation, a thirty-five year synopsis report. Association of Operative Millers

Anonymous 1974. Control of Pests of Stored Grain on Farm. Tasmanian Journal of Agriculture. 45(1): 69-72

Anonymous 1974. Effectiveness of preservative in stored grain reported. Feedstuffs 46(4): 84

Anonymous 1974. Helping the retailer reduce store losses. Mod. Packag. 27(1): 36-37.

Anonymous 1975. Sanitation, fumigation: keys to clean stored grain. Agrichemical Age 17: 17-20.

Anonymous 1976. Chinese insect control integrates old and new. Chem. Eng. News 54: 30-33.

Anonymous 1976. Infestation control in sealed tobacco storages. Tobacco International 178: 15, 87-89

Anonymous 1976. Post-harvest losses in developing countries. part I. Farming for Development 12: 21-22.

Anonymous 1976. Protecting stored grain: chemicals still needed. Rural research : a CSIRO quarterly 91: 15-17.

Anonymous 1976. Protecting stored grain: heat, cold, or suffocation. Rural research: a CSIRO quarterly 91: 18-20.

Anonymous 1977. Insect growth regulator protects stored tobacco from damage. Tobacco International 179: 29.

Anonymous 1977. Motten und ihre Bekampfung in der kakaoverarbeitenden industrie. (Moths and their control in the cocoa processing industry) Kakao + Zucker 5: 136-138

Anonymous 1978. Magnetism controls rodents, insects. Milling and Baking News 57: 60-61.

Anonymous 1980. Controlling insects in farm-stored grain (1980). Doane’s Agricultural Report 43: 5-6.

Anonymous 1982. Flexible packaging, fifty years of films. Can. Packaging 35(4): 22-24.

Anonymous 1984. Are we ready for irradiated foods? Farmline 15-17.

Anonymous. 1984. Ethylene Dibromide use on Stored Grain Halted. Chemical & Engineering News 62:5.

Anonymous 1984. EDB (ethylene dibromide) contamination prompts stop sale on cornmeal items. Farmers and Consumers Market Bulletin 70: 1-12.

Anonymous 1984. How to improve an underground storage pit. Change 4.

Anonymous 1984. Rodent damage in the tropics can be cut. World Crops 36: 104.

Anonymous 1984. Using carbon dioxide for grain fumigation. Pest Management 3(5): 35-36

Anonymous 1985. Detia bag blankets for fumigation of tobacco are safe, effective. Tobacco Intern. 187(19): 22-27

Anonymous 1985. Fighting bugs without fumigants. Farmline. 6(5): 4-6

Anonymous 1985. Radiation sterilization of food packaging. Food Process. 46: 78.

Anonymous 1986. Aspergillus glaucus is a good guy among molds. Wheat Grower 9: 29.

Anonymous 1986. Keep oats clean. Farm and Home Research. 37: 3-5.

Anonymous 1987. Control of insects at sea is important to maintain quality reputation of U.S. grain. Feedstuffs 59(8): E-1.

Anonymous 1987. Controlling aeration costs without compromising quality. World Grain 5: 16-17.

Anonymous 1987. Floating bagging operations in developing country ports. World Grain 5: 26-27.

Anonymous 1987. Grain temperature monitoring is key factor in quality control in storage. World Grain 5: 18-19.

Anonymous 1988. Benefits, principles of cleaning wheat at the grain elevator. World Grain 6: 14-19.

Anonymous 1988. Control of storage pests. Far East. Agric. 5: 24-25.

Anonymous 1988. Effective control of insect infestation in stored grain. World Grain 6: 17-18.

Anonymous 1988. Symposium explores methods of stored product pest control. World Grain 6: 28-32.

Anonymous 1989. Australian laboratory advances technology of insect control. World Grain 7: 18-22.

Anonymous 1989. Combining heat with modified atmosphere for insect control. World Grain. 7(6): 12-13.

Anonymous 1989. Fumigation method leaves no residue. World Grain 7: 23.

Anonymous 1989. Grain loading, discharge ports analyzed in new report. World Grain 7: 34-35.

Anonymous 1989. Microphones detect, track insects in grain storage. World Grain 7: 25.

Anonymous 1989. Technical profile: grates for storage aeration. World Grain 7: 18.

Anonymous 1990. Chemical foggers protect food and grain in storage. Agribusiness Worldwide 1: 11-14.

Anonymous 1990. In plastic bags: cornstarch. Farm and Home Research. 41: 5-12.

Anonymous 1990. Technical profile: deltamethrin, stored grain protectant. World Grain 8: 24-25.

Anonymous 1991. Aflatoxin test kit. World Grain 9: 22-23.

Anonymous 1991. Developments in grain cleaning. World Grain 9: 18-19.

Anonymous 1991. Food safety: whose job is it? Sustain Notes 4: 1-3.

Anonymous 1991. Grain moisture tester. World Grain 9: 28.

Anonymous 1991. Insecticides available for use in food processing plants. Association of Operative Millers Bulletin 5961.

Anonymous 1991. Regulating Canada’s grain: the major players. World Grain 9: 11.

Anonymous 1992. Pest management: rodents in grain storage. World Grain 10: 18-20.

Anonymous 1994. Battle bin bugs, protect stored grain quality with beneficial insects. The New Farm Feb 18-19

Apt, A C. 1950. A method for detecting hidden infestation in wheat. Milling Production 15: 1

Apt, A. C. 1950. Method for detecting hidden infestation in wheat. Northwestern Miller 242(6): 7A.

Apt, A. C. 1952. A rapid method of examining wheat samples for infestation. Northwestern Miller 247(23): 24.

Apt, A. C. 1952. A rapid method of examining wheat samples for infestation. Milling Production 17:

Apt, A. C. 1955. A study of the role of vacuum cleaning in the control of insects in flour mills. Milling Production 20 (8): 5-7.

Ardley, J. H. 1975. Comparison of two phosphine gas-releasing products for fumigation of infested bulk wheat. International Pest Control 17: 10-13.

Arends, J.J. 1987. Control, management of the litter beetle. Poultry Digest 172: 174-176.

Armitage, D. M. and D. A. Cook. 1997. Laboratory experiments to compare the development of populations of five species of insect during dormancy break and subsequent cool storage of malting barley. J. Inst. Brewing 103(4): 245-249.

Armitage, D. M., D. A. Cook, and D. E. Baxter. 2002. Farm-scale experiments to compare infestation and quality changes in malting barley stored at three moisture contents. J. Inst. Brewing 108: 178-186.

Armitage, H. M. 1955. Fumigation-eradication test on Khapra beetle. Down to Earth 10(4): 2-3.

Armstrong, M. T. 1963. Saw-toothed grain beetles. Agriculture 70(7): 339-341.

Armstrong, M. T. 1965. Grain beetles grow fat on the 1964 harvest. Farmer’s Weekly Jan 1, 62(4): 88-89.

Armstrong, M. T. 1965. The problem of insect control in flour mills in Great Britain. Milling June, 573-575.

Armstrong, M. T. 1965. Grain beetles grow fat on the 1964 harvest. Farmer’s Weekly 62: 1.

Armstrong, M. T. and B. S. J. Border. 1965. Insect dangers in home-grown grain this harvest. Milling 144(2): 32-33.

Armstrong, M. T., and E. G. Hill. 1960. Flour mill fumigation: comparison between methyl bromide and hydrogen cyanide as fumigants in a flour warehouse. Milling 135: 235-238, 260,262.

Arnau, J., and L. Guerrero. 1994. Physical methods of controlling mites in dry-cured ham. Fleischwirtsch 74: 1311-1313.

Arnold, J. W. 1953. Para and naphthalene as closet fumigants. Soap and Sanitary Chem.

Arnold, J. W. 1956. Effectiveness of paradichlorobenzene in plastic garment bags. Soap and Chemical Specialties 32: 121-124+.

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