Agricultural Insect Pests of Temperate Regions and Their Control

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CUP Archive, May 28, 1987 - Science - 659 pages
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This handbook is a companion to Agricultural Insect Pests of the Tropics and their Control (2nd Edition 1983) and, like the earlier book, it is designed as a source of reference about most of the major insect and mite pests of agricultural crops. These two volumes by the same author now present a world-wide coverage of the economically important insect pests of tropical and temperate agriculture. Students taking courses in entomology, agriculture, crop pest biology and crop protection, and professional workers concerned with identification and control of insect pests, will find this comprehensive account an indispensable handbook and source of reference.

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Principles of pest control
Methods of pest control
Pest damage to crop plants
Biological control of crop pests
Pesticides in current use
Major temperate crop pests descriptions biology
Major temperate crops and their pest
General bibliography
Preservation shipment and identification of insect

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Dennis S. Hill is an English zoologist specializing in entomology, with considerable experience in agricultural entomology. His B.Sc. and MSc. degrees are from Hull University and his Ph.D. is from Hong Kong University. He has studied insects and lectured on entomology, ecology, and other subjects in diverse locations around the world. His published works include 14 books, 35 research papers, and numerous reports, reviews, and articles. Hill has also developed advisory literature and teaching manuals dealing with insects, crop pests, and community ecology.

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