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A brief report of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, 1925

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Control,
  • Rust fungi,
  • Barberries,
  • Diseases and pests

Book details:

Edition Notes

Mimeograph.

Other titlesBarberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, 1925
Statementby Raymond O. Bulger, Agent, Office of Cereal Crops and Diseases, Bureau of Plant industry, U.S. Department of Agriculture
ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Plant Industry. Office of Cereal Crops and Diseases
The Physical Object
Pagination7 pages ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25953620M
OCLC/WorldCa953532466

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A brief report of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, / By Raymond O. Bulger and United States. Bureau of Plant Industry. Office of Cereal Crops and Diseases. Abstract. Topics: Barberries, Control, Diseases and pests Author: Raymond O. Bulger. The Barberry Eradication Program was a massive federal and state campaign begun in through a cooperative arrangement between the United States Department of Agriculture and thirteen US states to eradicate the common barberry bush from the major wheat-producing areas of the nation (2,6). PDF ( K) The Present Status of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in Western Canada. V.W. Jackson, W.P. Fraser, D.L. Bailey. Published on the web 14 September Author: V.W. Jackson, W.P. Fraser, D.L. Bailey. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive A digest of the annual report of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, A digest of the annual report of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in South Dakota, by Bulger, Raymond O; United States. Bureau of Plant Industry.

The Barberry Eradication Program was an unprecedented federal and state cooperative plant disease control campaign between and the late s to remove common barberry (Berberis vulgaris), the alternate host of Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici, from the major centers of wheat production in the United ation of barberry has been credited with helping to reduce stem rust of. Convictions for violations of the plant quarantine act. U. S. Dept. Agr., Fed. Hort. Bd., Serv. & Reg. Announce. ; ;   However, an extensive barberry eradication program had eliminated most of the barberry growing near grain fields by the mid s (Stakman and Harrar, ). Currently, inoculum for this area is principally from overwintering rust south of 34°N (Stakman, ), but rust can overwinter farther north (Paxton, ). Corallina Compacta, called coral barberry, reaches 1 feet high and wide and bears nodding clusters of bright orange flowers and bluish black fruit; effective in rock garden or as foreground plant. Irwinii, to 45 feet tall and wide, resembles a compact-growing Berberis darwinii.

South Dakota State Historical Society Governors Drive Pierre, SD Map Archaeology Office East North Street, Suite Rapid City, SD Map. OFFICE HOURS Monday - Friday 8am - .   Progress of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in North Dakota in (Classic Reprint) [Mayoue, George C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Progress of the Barberry Eradication Campaign in North Dakota in (Classic Reprint). Common barberry (Berberis vulgaris), the alternate host for wheat stem rust, is making a comeback in the north central states after years of extensive Federal and state efforts to eradicate it from cereal growing areas (Fig. 1).Barberry was the primary source of new stem rust races before the eradication program which lasted from through France was the first European nation to hold any real claim over what would become South Dakota. Its claims covered most of the modern state. However, at most a few French scouting parties may have entered eastern South Dakota. In Daniel G. Duluth sent explorers west from Lake Mille Lacs, and they may have reached Big Stone Lake and the Coteau des Prairies.