Title: Griffith & Turner Co : farm and garden supplies
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Griffith and Turner Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Agricultural implements Catalogs Seeds Catalogs Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs Vegetables Catalogs
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Griffith and Turner Co., 1903
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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N (Liquid). Ready for use by simply adding water. 25 to 50 parts to one.Qt.. 40c. Gal.. .$1.10. 5 Gals., $4.50. This is strictly an insecticide for plant lice of all kinds, rosebugs, cabbage bugs, melon insects, fowl, human and animal lice,caterpillars, tobacco flies, peach lice, red spiders, green fly andall sucking insects. KEROSENE EMI LSIOX (A Paste). Add water, 25 to 50 parts. 1 Lb., 15c. 5 Lbs., (JOc. LEMON OIL. Perfectly safe and harmless to the tenderest foliage and roots.It effectually destroys mealy bugs by syringing or dipping. Italso destroys scale, thrip. red spider, black and green fly, cater-pillar, American blight, mildew, etc. Dilute with 50 parts water.1 /2 Pt., 25c. Pt., 40c. Qt., 75c. 1 /2 Gal., $1.25. Gal., $2.00. XIKOTEEX. . Is the most powerful known insecticide, and will be found moreeconomical and convenient than weak tobacco extracts. Price—Pint Cans, .$1.50. 5 Cans, $7.00.VAPORIZING PANS (for above).—SOc. IRONS.—50c.3 PANS, 3 IRONS and 1 HOOK.—$3.00.
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SLUG SHOT. AXOX-POISOXOUS powder, and a very popular insecticide;it requires no further mixing or preparation; easily ap-plied, and not injurious or dangerous to animals, the per-son applying it, or fruits and vegetables treated. Very effectualin destroying potato bugs and beetles, green and black fly, slugs,worms, caterpillars, etc. It will be necessary, however, to applyit occasionally, for it does not kill the eggs or prevent them frouhatching. The best time to apply it is early in the morning, par-ticularly for potato bugs, as they do not feed during the night.Apply with duster, bellows or gun. Ten to forty pounds is.sufficient for an acre. 5-Lb. Pkgs., 25c. lO-Lh. Pkjys., each, 45c. 25 Lbs., $1.00. APHIS PUNK (Nikoteen). Especially, designed for use in private places and in houseswithout convenient furnaces for heating irons necessary forvaporizing NIKOTEBN, or Tobacco Extract. It is very effectiveas an insecticide. The Punk is lighted with a match and allowedtn limn, which it do
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