2 edition of Report on insect infestation of stored cacao found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 37-40.
|Statement||by J.W. Munro ... and W.S. Thomson ... December, 1929|
|Series||[Gt. Brit.] E[mpire] M[arketing] B[oard. Publications] -- 24, [Gt. Brit.] E[mpire] M[arketing] B[oard. Publications] -- 24.|
|Contributions||Thomson, W. S., Great Britain. Empire Marketing Board. Committee on Infestation of Stored Products|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
Insect pests of stored rice and their control. Page: 9 This book is part of the collection entitled: Government Documents A to Z Digitization Project and was provided to UNT Digital Library by the UNT Libraries Government Documents Department. A Study of Insect Pest Infestations on Stored Fruits and Vegetables in the North Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Science and Nature, 4 (4): Gerald, B. and Frank, Z. Vegetable Insect pest management. University press London. p. Krischik, V. Stored product management; stored product insect and Biological control.
Geoffrey Vernon Brooke Herford CBE (18 November – 2 February ) was a British research entomologist and civil servant.. He worked mainly in the area of insect damage to food supplies. As a result of the Second World War, he became the first director of the new government Pest Infestation Laboratory, and his work continued to be focussed on the control of insects that eat stored food. The Journal of Stored Products Research provides an international medium for the publication of both reviews and original results from laboratory and field studies on the preservation and safety of stored products, notably food stocks, covering storage-related problems from the producer through the supply chain to the consumer. Stored products are characterised by having relatively low.
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Book: Report on Insect Infestation of Stored Cacao. Prepared for the Empire Marketing Board's Committee on Infestation of Stored Products. pp pp. refAuthor: J. Munro, W. Thomson. 2. Myers, J. G., "Report on Insect Infestation of Dried Fruit".London: H.M.
Stationery Office; This report deals with work carried out by Dr. Myers on behalf of the Imperial Bureau of Author: J. Munro. Insect infestations in grains and other stored food and fiber products cause annual losses worth many millions of dollars worldwide.
This illustrated guide enables specialists and non-specialists to distinguish the major pests of durable stored products found throughout the by: Report of Insect infestation of dried fruits.—E.
12 14 Ramakrishna Ayyar, T. Some Insects recently noted as injurious in South India.—Cited by: Stored products include materials, which may be dried, rendering them storable for future use as food, industrial raw materials, medicines, or as planting materials.
These include cereals, pulses, dried seeds and root crops. Insect infestation is a major contributor to quality deterioration of stored products kept in warm and humid climates. The government's cocoa spraying gangs in Ghana treat about two million hectares of the crop against black pod disease and mirids, the key insect pests of cocoa in West Africa, each August through.
In book: The Cashew and Cocoa Journal, Chapter: PESTS OI COCOAAND THEIR MANAGEMENT, pp If the infestation is recurring, Investigations on insect pests of cocoa Theobroma cacao.
The effect of different initial adult population densities of Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) at several post infestation storage times on the final adult population density, the percentage of damaged beans, the percentage of weight loss, and the weight of insect feeding residues on cocoa beans was investigated in laboratory experiments.
Both factors interactively had highly significant (P. One or more insects were captured during 1 week in probe traps placed in granaries holding wheat, barley, or oats in 51% (n = ) of grain bulks in the fall of88% (n = ) in the summer ofand 85% (n = ) in the fall of Fungivorous insects were the most common and predominant group at all sampling times.
16 hours ago Several postharvest technologies are currently being commercialized to help smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa reduce grain storage losses. We carried out a study in Northern Benin to compare the effectiveness of five technologies being sold to protect stored grain.
Maize that had been naturally infested by insects was stored in four hermetic storage technologies (SuperGrainbag&trade. DURING the period from until the outbreak of the Second World War, Prof. Munro devoted a great part of his energies to building up in the Imperial College of Science and Technology an.
Stored Product Pests. PURDUE EXTENSION. Direct-feeding damage by insects reduces grain weight, nutritional value, and germination of stored grain.
Infestations. also cause contamination, odor, mold, and heat-damage problems that reduce the quality of the grain and may make it unfit for processing into food for humans or animals. Com. abdomen abdominal segment Agriculture air-tight storage Aluminium phosphide Anagasta animals antennae associated with stored Biol biological Bruchid Bull campodeiform cargoes caterpillars Cheyletus classification climate cocoa Coleoptera Committee commodities control measures control of insect crops Cryptolestes Cucujidae cuticle diapause dried.
Insect infestations in grains and other stored food and fibre products cause annual losses worth many millions of dollars worldwide. This illustrated guide enables specialists and non-specialists to distinguish the major pests of durable stored products found throughout the world.
It describes how to identify each pest group or species and summarises the latest information on their. Seeds were evaluated regarding the presence of eggs/oviposition signs, larvae, pupae, adult insects, insect damage in five infestation periods (5, 18, 33 and 35 days after infestation), while evaluating the total number of seeds infested, comparing the three methods.
Stored Product Pests Many museum collection storage spaces and exhibits may include objects made of nuts, seeds, grains, dried fruits and vegetables, spices, other foods and herbarium collections.
Tradi tionally called "stored product pests", there are many insects that can infest these items. The most common pests in museums are two simi. In ancient times, only whole grain was stored, and there are many instances recorded of its having remained for remarkably long periods free of insect infestation (Hartnack, ).
Another factor affecting the infestation of stored grain or grain products is humidity, as it stimulates the growth of fungi. Munro and W.
Thompson, Report on Insect Infestation of Stored Cacao. pp: Current Status and Future Perspectives of the Use of Insect Growth Regulators or the Control of Stored. In Benin, on-farm storage of paddy rice is increasingly exposed to pest damage. Insect infestation causes a loss of income to farmers and other post-harvest stakeholders.
The objective of this study is to assess the magnitude of damage caused to rice stored on-farm and evaluate the potential economic risk. In this study, 65 stocks of paddy rice were inspected and sampled in order to assess the. Describes the threat of insects when storing rice, and the necessary steps to control insect infestation.
Physical Description [ii], 22 p.: ill. ; 23 cm. Infestations of stored cowpeas can be as high as 90 percentage in markets and in village stores (Alebeek, ). Almost 80 percentage of these food crops are produced by small scale farmers and stored on the farm (Wongo, ).
Due to poor storage structures and conditions, severe losses in quality and quantity of stored food are inflicted.Coverage of stored-products insects in economic entomology books was generally very limited.
Exceptions are a chapter on the rice weevil in a book by Wellhouse (), a chapter entitled “Insects infesting mills, store-rooms and houses” in book by Doane (), the chapter by Wilbur and Mills () in the economic entomology book by Pfadt.Consult Materials, objects, and common damaging insect pests for a material's vulnerabilities and the corresponding insect pest that will attack the material.
Major insect pests and their associated, diagnostic signs describes the insect pests referred to in Materials, objects, and common damaging insect .