Proceedings of the Joint American-Soviet Conference on Use of Beneficial Organisms in the Control of Crop Pests, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., August 13-14, 1979
Jack R. Coulson
Entomological Society of America, Jan 1, 1981 - Pests - 62 pages
Introduction of beneficial organisms; Biological control in glasshouses; Use of trichogramma; Biological control in orchards; Forest and shade trees.
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Introductory Remarks Delivered at the ConferenceK J Hood
Session on Introduction of Beneficial Organisms
Status and Prospects for Biological Control of Weeds in the U S A L A Andres and L T Kok
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A. A. Editor adults aphids apple Application of Trichogramma areas arthropods bark beetle Beneficial Insects beneficial organisms BIIL biological control biological control agents biological control program Biological Methods Braconidae California cereal leaf beetle chemical citrus colonized Control of Weeds cotton Croft culture Dendroctonus Department of Agriculture Economic Entomology effective egg parasite Entomological Society entomophagous Environmental Entomology established factors Field collected Florida fruit Georgian SSR greenhouse crops greenhouse industry Heliothis host egg important infestations insect pests insecticide-resistant insecticides Institute for Biological integrated pest management introduced Kishinev Laboratory larvae Leningrad Methods of Plant Moscow moth Nagarkatti natural enemies Noctuidae orchards overwintering parasites parasitoids pest control pesticides phytophagous phytoseiid plant pathogens Plant Protection populations potential pretiosum production Protection of Farm quarantine Radul regions releases of Trichogramma Research scientists SEA-AR shipments Society of America strains studies Tblisi Trichogramma Trichogrammatidae Trikhogrammy v Zashchite U.S. Department United USDA whitefly Zashchite Sel'skokhozyaistvennykh Rastenii