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Title:White grass-root eating grub
Source:Bulletin [Queensland Board of GreenkeepingResearch]. Vol. 1, June 1935, p. 7.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Queensland Board of Greenkeeping Research
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Heteronychus sanctaehelenae; Insect control; Larva; Lead arsenate
Abstract/Contents:Suggests that the larva of the Pentodon Australis, or small black beetle, is one of the most "dreaded" pests on golf courses, noting that most of its destruction occurs between December and April. Mentions that this pest is fond of putting greens, and can be controlled using arsenate of lead mixed with dry sand, applied at 5 pounds of arsenate of lead to 100 square yards of green.
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Anonymous. 1935. White grass-root eating grub. Bulletin [Queensland Board of GreenkeepingResearch]. 1:p. 7.
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