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Contributions of biology to efficient chemical control of soil-borne pests



Contributions of biology to efficient chemical control of soil-borne pests



British Crop Protection Council: Proceedings of the 1979 British Crop Protection Conference Pests and Diseases 10th British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference 19th to 22nd November 1979 Hotel Metropole, Brighton, England Volumes 1, 2 and 3: ; 701-707



The topics dealt with in this discussion on the contributions of biology to the efficient chemical control of soil-borne pests include categories of soil-borne pests (mainly arthropods), the importance of taxonomy, life-cycles, food, reproduction, survival, population estimation, seasonal and annual fluctuations in pest populations, forecasting attacks and outbreaks, and interactions between organisms (especially pests and their pathogens and other natural enemies).

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