Vegetables--Diseases and pests



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Agriculture today : reel 1, part 2

The item consists of a reel of 16 mm film which includes the following items:
D. At Cawston, an entire unprofitable apricot orchard is cut down. The cut trees are shredded and dispersed as mulch. At Revelstoke, three deep wells are being drilled to provide water for irrigation and domestic use.
E. Orchard scenes.
F. The golden nematode, a pest of tomatoes, potatoes and eggplants, infested Vancouver Island in 1965. The plant protection of the federal Department of Agriculture eradicated the threat using quarantine, soil preparation and fumigation.
G. The federal Department of Agriculture's national potato-breeding program. At a research station in Fredericton, researchers select the best varieties for each region of Canada.

Correspondence and reports of the provincial plant pathologist

  • GR-1190
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  • 1915-1933

This series contains the correspondence and reports of provincial plant pathologist, J.W. Eastham. The records relate to fruit and vegetable diseases, tree spraying experiments, and insect pests. The series includes correspondence with district horticulturalists, the Dominion Dept. of Agriculture and the Dominion Experimental Farm at Saanich.

British Columbia. Plant Pathology and Entomology Branch