Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 12, 1973 · Page 23
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"Wtore they are present in wit* pool*, ttey can manage a * per cent reduction in With most pesticides affectively control the pests banned, a professor of en* tomoiogy at the University of Maine ia working on a control plan designed to make outdoor living mono enjoyable without ruffling the feathers of environmentalists. Mere MtMireh Needed that McDenW said he cannot foresee the use of planarians causing any environmental damage. He said they already live in many of Maine's Ivan N. McDaniel's good the form of many 4 woodland pools and are part of the ecological balance. "I can't see much harm in suppressing mosquitoes and black flies," McDaniel said. "Most materials that Have been effective in controlling them have been banned. It seems we have to go to some form of biological control" He said much more research is needed before an effective biological control program can be implemented. "The planarians will virtually wipe out all the mosquitoes in some pools while in others they will be less effective." The professor has tried spreading the planarians around to new sites in the state and said he has had some degree of success in getting them to adapt to a new environment. "I see no real problems in mass producing them and moving them to new areas," he said. Mosquito Control Ahead He said the planarians can reproduce in three ways. They can Jay egg9, or can reproduce by division —<a process called transverse fission. Finally, they have the unique ability to regenerate. That means if i planarian is cut into two parts, rather than dying, the organism organisms. simply grows Into two now) "We need more information about how to produce ptantri* ans by tissue culture and we could use more information tm V "We have successfully experimented in the lab by cutting them into fouf parte, each of which becomes a new in* dividual." he said. "Theo- the types of environments in which they excel." Me said the organisms seem retically, we could go to I to thrive in Maine*s cold tissue culture, producing in* dividual organisms from a few cells or a single cell." McDaniel presently is centering his research on production methods and said that in future have the years ideal he hopes biological to control for mosquitoes. climate but that they are not located in every area. They don't seem to like open areas. McDaniel said he is interested in learning more about types of planarians in other parts of the world, "1 have heard there is a type in Russia that attacks black flics," he said. news is m planarians, a type of free-living Nat worm that is not parasitic but eats mosquito larvae. Another type planarium eats black fly larvae. ropriation WINDSOR — The Windsor Village Board of Trustees, at a meeting July 2, adopted a $53,100 appropriation ordinance for the 1873-74 fiscal year. ; Truatees also voted to join the Illinois Municipal League, which is an association of state municipalities. In other action, foe board: — Voted to extend the water main stong New Windsor Cemetery Road to accommodate ho«n«st being built in a new subdivision. — Reported that the new water aerator system would be completed soon. — Reported on delinquent wheel taxes that have been cqh Next regular board meeting will be Aug. 8 at the Town Hail, Mrs, Pauline McNeil, New Windsor, and Mrs, Garry Mo Nell, Cathy and Connie, EJa&t Mottne, returned recently from a trjp tp Washington, J>. C. George Norris American legion Post 484 Auxiliary will in* it all new officers My 23 at the I.egignHaU, -v Mre. Myrtle Thompson was re-eleoted auxiliary president at the group's June meeting. Other officers elected were Mrs. Richard Anderson, first vice presi* dent; Mrs, Aiwld Jtoquet, one vice president; Cw^s McAtee, secratary; Mrs. Clif- fqr4 Linkers treasurer*, Mrs, WJiam Johnson, W^orian \ Mrs. Eugene Benson, se _ alarms, and Mrs, Grace John* chaplain. At the unit'* June meeting, Mrs, William Johnson, poppy sale chairman, reported f#,p8 w&a made from the saio May ?8. ' „ , in other business, Mrs. Carl Johnson said that the Ways and Means Committee has made plans to hold a pillow cleaning day Sept, 24 at the legion Hall. 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