Handbook on Biological Control of Plant Pests
Cynthia Westcott et al
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 introduction of microbial diseases: or by the sterilizaiton of males, etc.
- Publisher: Brooklyn Botanic Garden
- Dewey Decimal: 632.96
- ECHO Library: 632.96 BRO