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    • Carpenter ants 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-10)
      This documents describes carpenter ants, their biology, chemical control, and non-chemical control.
    • Controlling fabric pests 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-10)
      This document describes fabric pests, and how to control them.
    • Poisonous spiders of South Carolina 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-10)
      This document describes poisonous spiders in South Carolina including the brown recluse and black widow.
    • House and field crickets 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-10)
      This document describes house and field crickets, their habits, and management.
    • Cyclamen mites 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-11)
      This document describes cyclamen mites.
    • Chiggers 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-11)
      This document describes the life cycle, medical treatment of , and control strategies.
    • Red imported fire ants: impact on South Carolina 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-11)
      This document describes red fire ants, their economic impact, and their impact on human health.
    • Head lice 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-11)
      This document describes head lice, ways to control them, and prevention.
    • House dust mites 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-11)
      This document describes dust mites, their habits, and non-chemical control.
    • Nuisance flies 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-12)
      This document describes a variety of flies, their habits, and control.
    • Pantry pests 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-12)
      This document describes pantry pests like the saw-toothed grain beetle, their habits, and control.
    • Seasonal invaders 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1998-12)
      This document describes seasonal invaders like lady beetles and clover mites.
    • Clover mites 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-01)
      This document describes clover mites, their life cycle, and control strategies.
    • Southern corn rootworm 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
      This document describes corn budworms, and how to manage them.
    • Tobacco budworm 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
      This document describes tobacco budworms, their biology, and control.
    • Wireworms on corn 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
      This document describes wireworms, their biology, and control.
    • Cutworms on tobacco 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
      This document describes cutworms in tobacco fields.
    • Aphids on tobacco 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
      This document describes aphids and their relationship with the tobacco plant.
    • Sugarcane beetles on corn 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
      This document describes sugarcane beetles, their relationship with corn, and control.
    • Stink bugs on tobacco 

      Clemson University, Cooperative Extension Service (South Carolina State Library, 1999-03)
      This document describes sting bugs, their relationship to tobacco, and control.