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  • A Key to Identification of NW Wood-Destroying Pests 

    Antonelli, Arthur L.; Whitworth, Terry; Thomasson, Gary L. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2003-09)
    To solve the mystery of what's harming wood in your home, use this helpful color key to work from visible damage to the actual pest (or pests!) responsible. No pesticides listed. 8 pages.
  • Chemical safety in the home 

    Thomasson, Gary L. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1981-06)
  • Grasshoppers in Washington 

    Suomi, Daniel; Thomasson, Gary L.; Keim, David (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1990-01)
    Grasshoppers are not a problem every year. Following a population buildup and a long, dry spring, grasshoppers can reach numbers capable of causing economic damage. Color plates of grasshoppers found in Washington State. 6 pages.
  • Grasshoppers in Washington 

    Suomi, Daniel; Thomasson, Gary L.; Keim, David (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1990-01)
  • Meal moths 

    Antonelli, Arthur L.; Thomasson, Gary L.; Davidson, Roy M., 1939- (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1994-09)
    Describes the most common moths infesting stored foods: Indianmeal moth, Mediterranean flour moth, meal moth, whiteshouldered house moth, brown house moth. Good color photographs help identify problem pests. Covers prevention ...
  • Structural & turf demossing : a study guide for certification in structural and turf demossing 

    Black, Carol A.; Thomasson, Gary L. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2014-02)
    This publication covers the basic principles of control for mosses, lichens, and algae. This is a very specialized area of pest control that is usually conducted under conditions likely to generate public concern. It is, ...
  • Wood Preservation and Wood Product Treatment Training Manual 

    Thomasson, Gary L.; Capizzi, Joe (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2002-05)
    Properties of wood are outlined. Pests that damage wood are described, including wood-destroying fungi, wood-staining fungi, termites, carpenter ants, beetles, and marine borers. Moisture control, chemical control, and use ...