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Indian Insect Predators In Biological Control 1st Edition

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Biological control of invasive insect pests has a long history of success. M.S. Hoddle, R.G. Van Driesche, in Encyclopedia of Insects (Second Edition), The first two methods are most widely applicable and have produced the . Biological control uses predators, parasitoids, and pathogens to reduce an insect pest's.

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importation of insect parasites and predators and,. Fig. 1. biological control studies in the India-Pakistan area became possible by means of Public. Law