Journal of Economic Entomology is published bimonthly in February, April, June, August, October, and December. The journal publishes articles on the economic significance of insects and is divided into the following sections: apiculture & social insects; arthropods in relation to plant disease; forum; insecticide resistance and resistance management; ecotoxicology; biological and microbial control; ecology and behavior; sampling and biostatistics; household and structural insects; medical entomology; molecular entomology; veterinary entomology; forest entomology; horticultural entomology; field and forage crops, and small grains; stored-product; commodity treatment and quarantine entomology; and plant resistance. In addition to research papers, Journal of Economic Entomology publishes Letters to the Editor, interpretive articles in a Forum section, Short Communications, Rapid Communications, and Book Reviews.

Publisher: Entomological Society of America

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Volume 5, Number 2, April 1912

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Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth annual Meeting of the Ameican Association of Economic Entomolgists

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Wire Worms in Corn and Potatoes
pp. 97-97(1)
Authors: JOHANSSEN, O. A.; given-names, surname surname given-names

Articles

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The Time When Wheat Should Be Sown to Escape The Fall Brood of Hessian Fly
pp. 98-109(12)
Authors: HEADLEE PH,D., THOMAS J.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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The Corn Bill Bug (Sphenophorus Callosus)
pp. 109-111(3)
Authors: SMITH, R. E.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Grasshopper Work in Minnesota During the Season of 1911
pp. 111-121(11)
Authors: WASHBURN, F. L.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Grasshopper Conditions in Colorado
pp. 121-123(3)
Authors: GILLETTE, C. P.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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The Outbreak of Alabama Argillacea in 1911
pp. 123-131(9)
Authors: HUNTER, W. D.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Some Problems of Mosquito Control in The Tropics
pp. 131-142(12)
Authors: JENNINGS, ALLAN H.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Ortho Arsenite of Zinc as an Insecticide
pp. 142-146(5)
Authors: COOLEY, R. A.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Insecticides for Use in Controlling the White Fly
pp. 142-142(1)
Authors: YOTHERS, W. W.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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The Efficiency of the Driving Spray
pp. 147-153(7)
Authors: BALL, E. D.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Recent Experiments with the Codling Moth
pp. 153-169(17)
Authors: FELT, E. P.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Notes on Three Shade Tree Pests
pp. 169-172(4)
Authors: HERRICK, G. W.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Some Shade Tree Pests in Eastern Massachusetts
pp. 172-180(9)
Authors: BURGESS, A. F.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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The Gooseberry Gall Midge or Bud Deformer
pp. 180-184(5)
Authors: HOUSER, J. S.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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The Occurrence of the Pear Thrips in New York
pp. 184-188(5)
Authors: PARROTT, P. J.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Results of Experiments to Determine the Effect of Roentgen Rays Upon Insects
pp. 188-193(6)
Authors: HUNTER, W. D.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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The Susceptibility of Adults and Eggs of Pear Psylla to Spraying Mixtures
pp. 193-194(2)
Authors: PARROTT, P. J.; HODGKISS, H. E.

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The More Important Insects in 1911 in Nebraska
pp. 193-193(1)
Authors: SWENK, MYRON H.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Progress in Exterminating two Isolated Gypsy Moth Colonies in Connecticut
pp. 194-196(3)
Authors: BRITTON, W. E.; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Unconsidered Factors in Disease Transmission by Blood-Sucking Insects
pp. 196-200(5)
Authors: KNAB, FREDERICK; given-names, surname surname given-names

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Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Meeting of the American Association of Official Horticultural Inspectors
pp. 205-205(1)
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A Recent Decision of the Supreme Court of Kansas
pp. 207-216(10)
Author: HUNTER, S. J.

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The Chestnut Bark Disease
pp. 222-230(9)
Authors: METCALF, HAVEN; given-names, surname surname given-names

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The Present Status of Crown Gall
pp. 230-231(2)
Author: NORTON, J. B. S.

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The Position Assumed by Female Grasshoppers When Ovipositing
pp. 232-232(1)
Author: MILLIKEN, F. B.

Journal of Economic Entomology News

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Journal of Economic Entomology News
pp. 233-233(1)
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Obituary

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JOHN BERNHARDT SMITH
pp. 234-236(3)
Author: OSBORN, HERBERT

Reviews

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Reviews
pp. 236-237(2)
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Current Notes

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Current Notes
pp. 238-240(3)
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