Biological Control of Cassava Pests in Africa
H.R. Herren et al
Biological control of the cassava mealybug involved the classical approach, from foreign exploration, biological studies, mass rearing, and release to monitoring and impact studies. The special attention given to quanfity observations on all trophic levels in a holistic approach transformed the discovery of an efficient biological control agent into a success for biological control, which has implications for the future of sustainable agriculture world-wide.
- Published: 1991
- Publisher: international Institute of Tropical Agriculture
- Dewey Decimal: 635.229
- ECHO Library: 635.229 HER