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" They were doubtless attracted by the odor of the preparation, the vinegar probably being an important agent in the matter. As flies feed only at night, the plates should be visited late every evening, the insects taken out, and the vessels replenished,... "
Report of the Secretary of Agriculture ... - Page 335
by United States. Dept. of Agriculture - 1880
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Debow's Review,: Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial ..., Volume 2; Volume 19

Industries - 1855
...odor of the preparation — the vinegar, doubtless, being an important agent in the matter. As flies feed only at night, the plates should be visited late...replenished, as circumstances may require. I have since tried the experiment with results equally satisfactory, and shall continue it until a better...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents, Parts 2-3

United States. Patent Office - Patents - 1855
...odor of the preparation — the vinegar, doubtless, being an important agent in the matter. As flies feed only at night, the plates should be visited late...replenished, as circumstances may require. I have since tried the experiment, with results equally satisfactory, and shall continue it until a better...
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De Bow's Review, Volume 19

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, Robert Gibbes Barnwell, Edwin Bell, William MacCreary Burwell - Southern States - 1855
...vinegar, doubtless, being an important agent in the matter. As flies feed only at night, the platei should be visited late every evening, the insects...replenished, as circumstances may require. I have since tried the experiment with results equally satisfactory, and shall continue it until a better...
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and ..., Volume 9

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1856
...the odor of the preparation, the vinegar probably being an important agent in the matter. As flies feed only at night, the plates should be visited late...shall continue it until a better one is adopted." It might be well also to try the lantern-trap before mentioned, as another means of destruction, and,...
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The Cotton Question: The Production, Export, Manufacture, and Consumption of ...

William J. Barbee - African American agricultural laborers - 1866 - 251 pages
...the odor of the preparation, the vinegar probably being an important agent in the matter. As flies feed only at night, the plates should be visited late...shall continue it until a better one is adopted." It might be well also to try the lantern-trap before mentioned, as another means of destruction, and...
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The American Entomologist: An Illustrated Magazine of Popular and ..., Volume 1

1869
...odor of the preparation, the vinegar probably being an important agent in the matter. As the flies feed only at night, the plates should be visited late...and shall continue it until a better one is adopted. " Mr. JM Heard, of Monroe County, Miss., patented in I860, a device for trapping the moth, which consists...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Agriculture, Volume 6

Missouri. State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1871
...odor of the preparation, the vinegar probably being an important agent in the matter. As the flies feed only at night, the plates should be visited late...shall continue it until a better one is adopted." Mr. JM Heard, of Monroe county, Wisconsin, patented in 1860, a device for trapping the moth, which...
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year ...

United States. Department of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1880
...odor of the preparation, the vinegar probably being an important agent in the matter. As the flies feed only at night, the plates should be visited late...shall continue it until a better one is adopted. The boll-worm moths appear to be attracted to the same sweets as the cotton-moths, and are equally attracted...
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Commissioner of Agriculture

Washington Govenment Printing Officcce - 1880
...odor of the preparation, the vinegar probably l>eing an important agent in the matter. As the ies feed only at night, the plates should be visited late...the insects taken out, and the vessels replenished ns circumstances may require. I have tried the experiment with results equally satisfactory, aud shall...
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Fourth Report of the United States Entomological Commission: Being a Revised ...

Charles Valentine Riley - Cotton - 1885 - 546 pages
...odor of the preparation, the vinegar probably being an important agent in the matter. As the flies feed only at night, the plates should be visited late...the experiment with results equally satisfactory, %nd shall continue it until ft better one is adopted. The devices which have been invented for entrapping...
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