Pest Management in the Subtropics: Biological Control, a Florida Perspective (inbunden)
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Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
520
Utgivningsdatum
1994-12-01
Förlag
Intercept Ltd
Volymtitel
Biological Control, a Florida Perspective
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780946707461
Pest Management in the Subtropics: Biological Control, a Florida Perspective (inbunden)

Pest Management in the Subtropics: Biological Control, a Florida Perspective

Inbunden Engelska, 1994-12-01
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Florida, with its subtropical climate, diversified agriculture and university, state and federal research institutions, is one of the world's leading centres of research in the implementation of biological control. This book aims to draw together the entire scope of the Florida work.
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Biological control, IPM, Florida agriculture etc; the friendly fungi; early classical biological control on citrus; foundations of IPM - ecological survey of citrus groves; classical biological control of citrus scale insects; classical biological control of whiteflies on citrus; biological control of sweetpotato whitefly; biological control of Mexican bean beetle; biological control of miscellaneous pests - tea scale, Rhodesgrass mealybug, fall armyworm, pickleworm; insect diseases and their impact on biological control; entomopathogenic nematodes in biological control; biological control of phytophagous mites on Florida citrus utilizing predatory arthropods - past, present, and future; biological control of citrus rust mite, with Hirsutella; biological control of citrus root feeding weevils; biological control and IPM of sugarcane pests in Florida; biological control of pests attacking ornamentals; mole crickets and their control of fire ants; prospects for biological control of subterranean termites; potential for biological control of vectors of plant diseases in Florida; biological control of aquatic weeds; biological conrol of terrestrial weeds; mites as candidate agents in the biological control of weeds; biological control in Florida - contribution of plant pathology; control of plant-parastic nematodes by biological antagonists; biological control of nematodes by mites, D.; environment and habitat management to increase predator populations; role of commercial insectaries; commercialization of entomopathogenic nematodes in Florida; systematics and biological control and integrated pest management; nonlinear dynamics and chaos in a fruit-mite-pathogen interaction; molecular biology for improvement and analysis of insect viruses as biological control products; potential for mass release of insect parasites through development of artificial culture techniques; unravelling the story of how parasitoids find their hosts; a biorational approach to ensuring the compatibility of host plant resistance with biological control.