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*photo credit Caitlin Stewart,Hamilton County Soil & Water Conservation District, New York
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WHAT IS BIOCONTROL
Biological control (also called "biocontrol") of weeds is the deliberate use of living organisms to limit the abundance of a target weed. Throughout this website, "biological control" refers to "classical biological control," which reunites host-specific natural enemies from the weed's native range with the target weed.GET STARTED WITH BIOCONTROL
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From field guides to catalogs to recent proceedings- we've assembled some of the most important publications for your biocontrol questions.
Classical weed biological control programs under development or progressing through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) permitting process.
Through a cooperative agreement with the University of Idaho and the USDA, MIA Consulting recently released an entire video series on the implementation of biocontrol as a component in an integrated management strategy.