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By Peter G. Mason, David R. Gillespie

This quantity (71 chapters), the 5th in a chain documenting organic regulate programmes in Canada, provides new info on particular insect, weed or plant ailments, a few of that are updates of on-going experiences on historic organic keep watch over tasks whereas different chapters document on organic regulate efforts for brand new rising invasive alien species. In every one case, info is gifted in a constant and logical demeanour, beginning with the pest prestige in Canada, through a finished history on prior stories, overview of using organic keep an eye on in those programmes, and an overview of the organic regulate efforts and destiny wishes in study or implementation actions. a complete of sixty four chapters is devoted to organic regulate case experiences over the last eleven years - 36 on insect pests of agricultural value and forestry or decorative pests; 18 at the regulate of weeds for plants, rangeland, pastures or aquatic components; and 10 at the organic keep watch over of plant sickness causal brokers. This ebook is meant for researchers and scholars in organic regulate, pest administration, ecology and hazard review. on hand In Print

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