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The current status and potential of entomogenous fungi as agents of pest control

The current status and potential of entomogenous fungi as agents of pest control

10th International Congress of Plant Protection 1983 Volume 2 Proceedings of a conference held at Brighton, England, 20-25 November, 1983 Plant protection for human welfare: 743-750

This review of entomogenous fungi as agents for the biological control of pests includes notes on Beauveria bassiana, Metarhizium anisopliae, Nomuraea rileyi, Hirsutella thompsonii, Verticillium lecanii, Aschersonia aleyrodis, Zoophthora radicans, Z. neoaphidis (Erynia neoaphidis) and Neozygites fresenii.

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