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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.

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Volume 28, Number 2, April 1935

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Sulfated Alcohols in Insecticides

Articles

The Accumulative Effect Of Oil Sprays On Apple Trees
pp. 260-263(4)
Authors: FARRAR, M. D.; KELLEY, VICTOR W.

Some Recent Developments In Regard To Tar Distillate And Tar-Lubricating Oil Sprays
pp. 263-268(6)
Authors: HARTZELL, F. Z.; HARMAN, S. W.; REED, T. W.

Diesel Oil Emulsions As Insecticides
pp. 268-284(17)
Author: CARTER, WALTER

Relations Between Chemical Composition And Insecticidal Effectiveness Of Rotenonebearing Plants
pp. 285-292(8)
Authors: JONES, HOWARD A.; CAMPBELL, F. L.; SULLIVAN, W. N.

Arsenical Substitutes

Chemicals Tested As Arsenical Substitutes In 1934
pp. 292-298(7)
Authors: GINSBUR, JOSEPH M.; GRANET, PHILIP

Articles

The 1934 Grasshopper-Control Campaign
pp. 314-323(10)
Author: PARKER, J. R.

The Mosquito Control Work Of Today
pp. 323-333(11)
Author: BISHOPP, F. C.

The Chince Bug

The Chinch Bug
pp. 333-341(9)
Author: FLINT, W. P.

Articles

The Entomological Phases of The Dutch Elm Disease
pp. 341-353(13)
Author: READlO, APHILIP A.

A Method for Comparing The Ovicidal Properties of Contact Insecticides
pp. 353-368(16)
Authors: BREAKEY, E. P.; MILLER, A. C.

Halowax as An Ovicide
pp. 358-365(8)
Authors: BREAKEY, E. P.; MILLER, A. C.

1934 Notes on Baits For Oriental Fruit Moth
pp. 366-369(4)
Author: FROST, S. W.

The Biology of the Apple Aphids in Relation to Fall Spraying
pp. 376-385(10)
Author: WALTER REED, T.

The Important Shade Tree Insects in 1934
pp. 390-393(4)
Author: FELT, E. P.

The Pecan Tree Borer in Dogwood
pp. 393-396(4)
Author: UNDERHILL, G. W.

Chinch Bug Barriers And Repellents
pp. 410-414(5)
Authors: FLINT, W. P.; FARRAR, M. D.; MCCAULEY, W. E.

A Comparison Of Certain Materials Used As Chinch Bug Barriers
pp. 414-416(3)
Authors: HUBER, L. L.; HOUSER, J. S.

Derris and Other Insecticides for the Control of the Mexican Bean Beetle
pp. 444-448(5)
Authors: HOWARD, NEALE F.; BRANNON, LOYD W.; MASON, HORATIO C.

Sulphur Fumigation for the Control of Mushroom Pests
pp. 459-465(7)
Authors: DAVIS, A. C.; YOUNG, H. D.

The Relation of Entomologists to the Exterminating Business
pp. 468-469(2)
Author: HOCKENYOS, GEORGE L.

A New Spreader for Nicotine1
pp. 469-472(4)
Author: EDDY, C. O.

Method for Making a Grasshopper Survey
pp. 486-491(6)
Author: SHOTWELL, ROBERT L.

Journal of Economic Entomolgy News

Journal of Economic Entomolgy News
pp. 498-499(2)
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Review

Review
pp. 499-500(2)
Author: ROSENFELD, ARTHUR H.

Current Notes

Current Notes
pp. 500-504(5)
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