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Introduction and use of natural enemies

, : Introduction and use of natural enemies. Introduktsiya i primenenie entomofagov: 221 pp.

This book deals with both worldwide experience in the introduction of natural enemies for plant protection (classical biological control), and biological control programmes in Russia. The most important stages of introduction and the various methods of use of parasitic and predatory insects are described. A section is included on the use of introduced natural enemies in integrated control.

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