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Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of
Session 13: Implementation of Weed Biocontrol in Integrated Crop Production and Conservation Management.
• Complications in the Implementation of Weed Biocontrol.
The Biological Control Program Against Gorse in New Zealand.
• Biological Control of Alien, Invasive Pine Trees (Pinus species) in South Africa.
The Biocontrol of Gorse, Ulex europaeus, in Chile: A Progress Report.
Observations on the Susceptibility of Chrysanthemoides monilifera to Infection by
Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and Implications for Control of this Weed.
• The Importance of Insect ‘Reserves’ in the Biological Control of Hakea sericea in South Africa.
The Noxious and Nuisance Plant Management Information System (PMIS) and the AquaticPlant Information System (APIS).
Grodowitz, M.J., Whitaker S., Jeffers L., Cofrancesco A.F.
Development of a Bioherbicide for Wild Oats in Australia.
IWM – The Key to Sustainable Management of Pasture Weeds.
Extension Service and Biological Control of Weeds – a Successful Match.
Biological Control of Weeds in European Crops: Recent Achievements and Future Work.
• Integration of the Flea Beetle, Aphthona nigriscutis, and Herbicides for Control of Leafy Spurge, Euphorbia esula.
Biological Control of Weeds as an Alternative to Methyl Bromide.
• The Impact of Parthenium Weed in India and the Development of an Integrated Management Strategy Based on Australian Experiences.
• Denotes Oral Presentations
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