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Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of
Session 2: Failure in Biological Control of Weeds.
• What Can We Learn From Biological Control Failures?
• Can Failure be Turned into Success for Biological Control of Mile-a-Minute Weed (Mikania micrantha)?
• Why do Weed Biocontrol Agents Fail to Establish or to Control Their Hosts?
• Projects on Biological Control of Russian Thistle and Milk Thistle in California: Failures
that Contributed to the Science of Biological Weed Control.
• Disparity Between Laboratory and Field Spraying Systems – a Cause of Practical Failure
• Predation and Interference by Phytoseiid Mites on the Spider Mite Tetranychus lintearius
(Acari: Tetranychidae), an Established Biological Control Agent of Gorse (Ulex
• Failing to Make the Successful Leap from Small to Large Scale Application of a Fungal
Pathogen of Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle.
• Denotes Oral Presentations
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