|Series||Circular / U.S. Department of Agriculture. Division of Entomology -- no. 37, sec. ser., Circular (United States. Division of Entomology) -- sec ser., no. 37.|
|Contributions||Dorsett, Palemon Howard, jt. author, United States. Division of Entomology|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
Dorsett jointly authored "The Use of Hydrocyanic Acid Gas for Fumigating Greenhouses and Cold Frames" with Albert Fred Woods, which was revised and published again in and Dorsett's "Spot Disease of the Violet," published as USDA Bulletin, No. Supervised the USDA plant introduction gardens at Chico, California. The Use of Hydrocyanic Acid Gas for Fumigating Greenhouses and Cold Frames, USDA Division of Entomology Circular No. United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology. (co-author A. F. Woods, revised and ) Dorsett, P. H. Spot disease of the violet (Alternaria violæ n. sp.). USDA Division of Vegetable Physiology Authority control: Botanist: Dorsett, ISNI: . Use of hydrocyanic acid gas for fumigating greenhouses and cold frames / View Metadata By: Woods, Albert Fred, - Dorsett, P. H. (Palemon Howard), - United States. Hydrocyanic Acid Gas. This gas is generated by adding potassium or sodium cyanide to dilute sulfuric acid. The gas is a deadly poison, and great care should be taken not to inhale it. One breath is fatal! Potassium cyanide is a white amorphous salt that readily absorbs moisture when exposed to the air.
Recent successful applications of hydrocyanic acid gas for the extermination of insects infecting greenhouse plants have suggested the use of the same remedy for household pests. It is now an established fact that grains of 98 per cent pure cyanide of potassium volatilized in a cubic foot of space, will, if allowed to remain for a period of not less than 3 hours, kill all roaches and. Full text of "Fumigation methods: a practical treatise for farmers, fruit growers, nurserymen, gardeners, florists, millers, grain dealers, transportation companies, colleges and experiment station workers, etc." See other formats. Hydrocyanic Acid Gas and Other Toxic Gases in Commercial Fumigation * Aimé Cousineau and F. G. Legg * Read before the Public Health Engineering Section of the American Public Health Association, at its Sixty-third Annual Meeting in Pasadena, Calif., September 3, Cited by: 3. Greenhouse Management is the leading trade publication serving greenhouse growers. We provide the most relevant information about production, marketing and business management to help growers run a more efficient and profitable g cold frames, high tunnels and overwintering structures.
Using Pesticides in Greenhouses 8 – Always dilute the individual pesticides prior to tank mixing. – Add any adjuvants after the pesticides have been combined. – Provide constant agitation to the solution. When tank mixing, both the pesticide dosage and water r equired should be considered. The amount of chemical that is recommended on aFile Size: 1MB. Hydrocyanic-acid gas fumigation in California Series Title: Sinvestigation into the methods of fumigating citrus tree with hydrocyanic-acid gas was commenced by the Bureau of Entomology acid andl water while cold lost per cent, a difference of more than 12 pIer cent. The cyanid should never be placed in the water. The prisoner is totally immobilized. He is poisoned by the hydrocyanic acid (actually by the dropping of sodium cyanide pellets into a container of sulfuric acid and distilled water which results in release of hydrocyanic acid gas). Within approximately 40 seconds, the prisoner dozes off, and in a few minutes he dies. Hobby Greenhouse Kits Get You Growing In No Time The best hobby greenhouse kits for sale!!! Creating a greenhouse from the ground up can be a lengthy process that really cuts into your growing time. This doesn’t have to be the case.