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Baculoviruses: their status compared to Bacillus thuringiensis as microbial insecticides






Outlook on Agriculture 17(1): 10-17

Baculoviruses: their status compared to Bacillus thuringiensis as microbial insecticides

The author reviews critically the history and present-day global use of baculoviruses to control pests of agriculture and forestry, including information not only on their intrinsic activity but also on factors such as storage life, fluctuations in demand, the cost of production and methods of application.

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