Report on Forest Pest Problems in New York
Some Sections of the Society of American Foresters are very active professionally. The New York Section for many years has been a good example of what all Sections of the Society might well attempt to be. Section committees or individuals have assumed or have been assigned the responsibility of studying certain technical problems and of reporting the results to the Section. The following report describes the pest problem in New York State. It also reviews in some detail the various control measures which have been found to be effective under New York conditions.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: New York Department of Conservation
Publication date: 01 November 1939