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In Nepal, the Plantwise programme, in collaboration with International Development Enterprises (iDE), has established networks of locally owned plant clinics, run by community business facilitators (CBFs) trained as plant doctors, who provide practical plant health advice. This study examines how...

Author(s)
Lamichhaney, D.; Sah, L.; Gurung, K. J.; O'Hara, C.; Vinod Pandit
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
CABI Study Brief Series, 2022, 42, pp unpaginated
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A new distribution map is provided for Hercinothrips dimidiatus Hood. Thysanoptera: Thripidae. Hosts: Aloe spp. Information is given on the geographical distribution in Africa (South Africa), Europe (France, Corsica, Italy, Sicily, Portugal).

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CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Distribution Maps of Plant Pests, 2022, June, pp Map 866
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CABI, Wallingford, UK
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Distribution Maps of Plant Pests, 2022, June, pp Map 869
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Author(s)
Vásquez, C.; Colmenárez, Y.
Publisher
IntechOpen Limited, London, UK
Citation
Pest control and acarology, 2020, pp 1-20
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Migiro, L.; Otieno, W.
Publisher
Springer, Cham, Switzerland
Citation
Sustainable management of invasive pests in Africa, 2020, pp 245-251
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Jenner, W.; Cameron, K.; Reeder, R.
Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press), St. Paul, USA
Citation
Emerging plant diseases and global food security, 2020, pp 201-220
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This chapter discusses the benefits and risks of applying living organisms (e.g. arthropods, bacteria, fungi) or viruses to control arthropod pests, weeds and plant diseases. As for other pest control measures, the benefits that can be created by biological control should be weighed against...

Author(s)
Collatz, J.; Hinz, H. L.; Kaser, J. M.; Freimoser, F. M.
Publisher
CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, Australia
Citation
Biological control: global impacts, challenges and future directions of pest management, 2021, pp 142-165
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This chapter documents the biological control efforts (targeted at arthropods, weeds and microorganisms) in the Eurasian region, highlighting a number of cases of successes and failures. It is indicated that despite a long history of importation biological control, the regulatory framework of the...

Author(s)
Schaffner, U.; Knapp, M.; Seier, M.
Publisher
CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, Australia
Citation
Biological control: global impacts, challenges and future directions of pest management, 2021, pp 403-437
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Recent frequent and surprisingly rapid accidental natural enemy introductions call into question the regulatory emphasis on a rigorous and protracted process for approving importation biological control introductions, when adventives (unintended introductions, not infrequently the same species of...

Author(s)
Weber, D. C.; Hajek, A. E.; Hoelmer, K. A.; Schaffner, U.; Mason, P. G.; Stouthamer, R.; Talamas, E. I.; Buffington, M.; Hoddle, M. S.; Haye, T.
Publisher
CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, Australia
Citation
Biological control: global impacts, challenges and future directions of pest management, 2021, pp 110-140
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This chapter focuses on the uptake of biological control for insect, weed and disease management using beneficial invertebrates and microorganisms. First, the current status and challenges related to the uptake of biological control are identified. Lessons learned from field implementation of...

Author(s)
Zhang Feng; Chaudhary, M.
Publisher
CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, Australia
Citation
Biological control: global impacts, challenges and future directions of pest management, 2021, pp 312-331

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