The Spruce Gall Aphid as a Forest Pest
Abstract:This careful account of the spruce gall aphid, which for so long has been looked upon as a serious pest to forest plantations in the eastern half of the country, is of timely value. The opinion of the authors that the injury the insect may do does not constitute an economic obstacle to the planting of spruce is worthy of note.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Teaching Fellow, School of Forestry and Conservation, University of Michigan. The Investigations of the Junior Author here Reported were carried on While Studying at Yale University
Publication date: 1933-11-01
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