Book enhancing biological control habitat management to promote natural enemies of agricultural pests 1998 ppxi 422 pp abstract this book contains 15 chapters written by experts from all over the world. The item enhancing biological control habitat management to promote natural enemies of agricultural pests charles h pickett robert l bugg editors represents a specific individual material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in brigham young university. Habitat management for biological control 177 scope of this review interest in the role of habitat alteration on pests and natural enemies can be traced. Over the past ten years an increasing number of field entomologists and farmers have recognized that conservation of natural enemies is important to effective biological control in many agricultural systems this collection addresses an important gap in the biological control literature by providing the first comprehensive summary of recent findings on habitat manipulation to control pests. Introduction enhancing biological control habitat management to promote natural enemies of agricultural pests robert l bugg and charles h pickett the importance of movement in the response of natural enemies to habitat manipulation andrew corbett weedy plant species and their beneficial arthropods potential for manipulation in
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