The ravages of iiisecta on grain are by no means confined to out-door uttacks. ïhc loss irising froiu the depredations of ots whicb infest granarías, we judge, uill iully equal tliat froin those whicb are troubleBOUie in the field. But the I former eau bo jjrevonted, while we t&utt oec 'siomilly suiFer tho latter. When xran;irics are empty, they may be freed trom wei'vil, and all other kindred vrniin, by washing with liit, soft soap suds, nsins a stiffbroom to disturb alliutruders which may bo bid in the cracks of the floor or bins. Fresh liraevash, well ln-ushed into the ceilings and walls, will complete the business. When tliey are out, they should 1' kept out. No open windows should be allowed in a gránary during the suiumcr months wlion the moths are fiying.