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Beetle banks - helping nature to control pests

, : Beetle banks - helping nature to control pests. Pesticide Outlook 6(6): 13-17

This brief review describes some of the research on habitat management and creation under way in the UK and elsewhere, and assesses the wider implications of such techniques for integrated pest management and the conservation of farmland wildlife.

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