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Control tactics based on the use of natural enemies



Control tactics based on the use of natural enemies



Integrated pest management, protection integree, quo vadis? An international perspective: 167-192



The use of classical biological control and the release of mass-reared beneficial arthropods for the control of noxious plants and animals is reviewed and discussed. From an analysis of recent successful biological control programmes it is concluded that this discipline still has a lot to offer. It should be recognized, however, that lasting control was obtained at the completion of time-consuming investigations.

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