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Integration of insect-resistant transgenic plants, predators and parasitoids, and microbial agents for the control of potato pest insects

Integration of insect-resistant transgenic plants, predators and parasitoids, and microbial agents for the control of potato pest insects

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The use of insect resistant New Leaf potato plants expressing Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. tenebrionis toxin, in combination with microbial pesticides (Verticillium lecanii) and parasitoids (Aphidius nigripes), in controlling pests (Perillus bioculatus and Aphidius nigripes) is discussed.

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