Epidemic diseases of fruit trees in Illinois 1922-1928 by L. R. Tehon

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Statementby L.R. Tehon and Gilbert L. Stout.
SeriesBulletin / State of Illinois Dept. of Registration and Education. Division of the Natural History Survey -- v. 18, art. 3, Bulletin (Illinois. Natural History Survey Division) -- v. 18, art. 3
ContributionsStout, Gilbert L., Illinois. Natural History Survey Division.
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PaginationP. 415-502 :
Number of Pages502
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Open LibraryOL19214767M

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Natural History Survey Division. At head of title: State of Illinois. Department of registration and education. Division of the natural history survey, Stephen A. Forbes, chief. Epidemic Diseases of Fruit Trees in Illinois Author(s): Tehon, Leo Roy; Stout, G.L. Subject(s): fruit-trees Bacterial diseases of plants entomology: Abstract: From througha survey was made in Illinois of the epidemic diseases of by: 5.

From througha survey was made in Illinois of the epidemic diseases of fruit-trees. During these years, methods of measuring the epidemics had to be devised, tested, and perfected; in every year the epidemics were measured with the means at hand, Author: Leo Roy Tehon and G.L.

Stout. Printed by authority of the State of Illinois Publisher - 41 works / 14 Epidemic diseases of fruit trees in Illinois L. Tehon Read. Survey of the Illinois fur resource Sara Jones Tucker Read.

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Article 1 - The Native and Naturalized Trees of Illinois. Robert Barclay Miller, L. Tehon Article 2 - Fall and Winter Stoneflies, or Plecoptera, of Illinois. Theodore Frison Article 3 - Epidemic Diseases of Fruit Trees in Illinois L. Tehon, Gilbert L. Stout. This activity book is designed to help you learn more about the tree species included on the Illinois Trees poster from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.

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