Farmers' Week exhibit, circa 1920Back
Farmers' Week exhibit, circa 1920
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Subjects: Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service
Description: This photograph shows an exhibit about corn at Farmers' Week. The text in the image reads: "Tamarack Saw-fly has destroyed millions of tamaracks in Michigan"; "Apple-tree catterpillar. Burn out at this stage"; "Hickory Tussock-moth. Common on Shad trees in Autumn."; "San Jose Scale. Winter stage"; "Work of Tree-cricket in rspberry cane. Cut out and burn"; "Pupae and larvae of Twiee-stabbed Lady-bird. Enemies of scales."; Potato-beetle Destroyer, Perillus claudus. Sucks the blood from potato-beetles"; "Hessian-fly. 'Flax-seeds' (puparia in young wheat plant in Autumn."; "If you have insect troubles write to the Department of Entomology East Lansing Mich."; "Chinch Bugs in your wheat fields? Keep them out of your corn fields! Trap the Chinch bug"; "Federal studetns veterans of the World War studying apiculture at the Michigan Agricultural College"; "Tip-burn caused by leaf-hopper"; "Leafphopper which causes tip burn."
Original Format: Black and white photograph
Resource Identifier: A001157.jpg
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Contributing Institution: University Archives & Historical Collections
Relation: MSU Photograph Collection
Contributor: MSU Archives and Historical Collections
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