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  1. In this concise and fascinating account, Paul DeBach traces the historical background of biological control and examines in detail some of the most famous examples of the discovery abroad of new natural enemies and their importation into the US and elsewhere to achieve successful biological...
  2. From a foundation in the methods and success of biological control (Chapter 1), its implementation and cost (Chapter 2) and its probability of success (Chapter 3), we have developed in this chapter specific priorities for biological control programmes in the major crops of developing countries....
  3. In this book you can learn about means of eliminating or drastically decreasing insect pests by 'biological control," that is, through the introduction of their natural enemies--other insects which act as parasites or predators and, in sufficient numbers, will destroy the enemy--or, by the...