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  1. Excerpt from Neem's Potential in Pest Management Programs: Proceedings of the Usda Neem Workshop, Beltsville, Maryland, April 16-17, 1990 In 1974-75, a group at Columbia University in New York reported the chemical identification of portions of the azadirachtin and salannin molecules responsible...
  2. 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...
  3. A complete garden reference on controlling insects and plant diseases without pesticides. Over 800 garden problems corrected, scores of garden plants considered, and many identifying drawings and helpful photographs. 2 Copies
  4. 07 Januari 1975 This bulletin has been prepared especially for home gardeners. It tells how to control insect and mite pests of deciduous fruits and tree nuts of the U.S. through methods that either exclude the use of insecticides or mimimize their use. 36 pages, illustrations, photos
  5. This book includes a discussion of bio-control agents, a gallery of bugs, and products that can be used as part of a bio-control plan.
  6. 01 Januari 1981 This report is about the1981 replicated field trials by Rodale Research Center to investigate the effects of mixed vegetable and aromatic plant interplantings on insect pest populations. 10 pages, charts
  7. The author discusses bugs you can love, the soil builders, the pollinators and the predators.
  8. This book deals with insects and other pests of sweet potato, in the context of a pest management perspective. The major pests of sweet potato are surveyed and the available knowledge about the pests is analysed. The book contains an impressive global perspective. The authors point to the lack of...
  9. This paper presents basic information on the biology of most insect pests of rice and describes the damage inflicted by them.
  10. This book combines elements of general entomology and modern priciples of insect pest management with the hope of promoting improved pest control siklls and a better appreciation of insects and their role in our environment.