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Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of
Session 3: Biological Control of Weeds – Potential Candidates.
Evaluation of Fungal and Bacterial Agents for Biological Control of Canada Thistle.
Effects of Synthetic Congeners of the Natural Product Phytotoxins Maculosins-1 and –2 on Growth of Wheat Coleoptile (Triticum aestivum LcvWakeland).
New Biological Control Initiatives Against Weeds of South American Origin in Australia: Nassella Tussock Grasses and Blue Heliotrope.
Endophytic Fungal Flora from Eastern White Pine Needles and Apple Tree Leaves as a
Means of Biological Control for White Pine Blister Rust.
Investigations for the Biological Control of Cogongrass.
Promising Native/Adventive Pathogens and Insect Agents for the Biological Control of
Houndstongue in Canada.
Potential Benefits of Using Native Insects for Biological Control – the Case of
Platyomopsis humeralis (Cerambycidae) of Mimosa pigra in Northern Australia.
Some Structural Responses of Canada Thistle (Cirsium arvense) to Infection by an
Are We Using the Best Release Strategies? An Assessment of Weed Biocontrol
Introductions Made in Oregon.
Prospects for the Classical Biological Control of Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata): an Environmental Weed in North American Forests.
Leafy Spurge Biological Control Exploration for Natural Enemies from the Leaf Beetle
Genus Aphthona Chevrolat (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Alticinae).
South African Rusts with Potential to Control Two Major Environmental Weeds in
Biological Control of Russian Thistle.
Arthropods Associated with Tropical Soda Apple, Solanum viarum, in the Southeastern U.S.A.
Screening Foreign Plant Pathogens for Biological Control of Polygonum perfoliatum, Mile-A-Minute (MAM).
Selection of Natural Enemies for the Biological Control of Chromolaena odorata in South Africa.
Biological Control of Houndstongue (Cynoglossum officinale) with the Plant Pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. tagetis Synergized with Pelargonic Acid.
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