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22) Riehl, L. , Gunther, F. , and Beier, R. , "Use of Photoelectric Colorimeter for Determin ing Oil Deposit on Laboratory Sprayed Citrus Fruit" (in preparation). (23) Riley, C. , Proc. Soc. Promotion Agr. , 8 3 - 9 8 (1891). (24) Smith, R. , Univ. Calif. Agr. Expt. , Bull. 527 (1932). (25) Wickson, E. J . , Pacific Rural Press, 61 (4), 51 (1901). (26) Yothers, W. , and McBride, O. , Trans. 4th Intern. Congr. ,1 6 5 - 7 4 (1928). RECEIVED M a y 18, 1 9 6 1 . Paper 704, University of California Citrus Experiment Station, Riverside, Calif.
Satisfactory controls were obtained for only a few hours. Brescia (7) conducted field tests i n Florida and Alabama with thermal aerosols in which D D T was used i n an oil emulsion. The generator had a capacity of 16 to 18 gallons per hour, and the areas were treated b y the aerosol cloud drifting on winds of various velocities across them from a road traversed by the equipment at varying speeds. The author concluded that a dosage of 15 gallons per 1000 feet of front—50 parts each of oil and water plus D D T equal to 1 0 % of the weight of the o i l — w i l l give effective control of adult mosquitoes up to a mile away i n open country and 1000 yards into a forest.
RECEIVED M a y 18, 1 9 6 1 . Paper 704, University of California Citrus Experiment Station, Riverside, Calif. Phytotoxic and Insecticidal Study of a Petroleum Isoparaffinic Fraction A. E. GRIFFITHS and M. J. , New York, Ν. Y. A single isoparaffinic fraction in the approximate distilla tion range of kerosene was studied as an insecticide and ovicide, and for quality control in storage. Evidence indicates the isoparaffinic fraction to be relatively low in toxicity toward several plant species, yet capable of a high percentage of insect kill when used alone or in combination with other insecticides.
Agricultural Applications of Petroleum Products (Advances in Chemistry Series 007) by Robert B. Killingsworth (Editor), G. W. Pearce (Editor)