Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds

Lead Author Last Name: Fowler

ArticleLead AuthorYear
How Will Predicted Climate Change Affect Weed Biological Control in New Zealand?2013
The present status of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) for the control of aquatic weeds in England and WalesFowler, M.C.1984
The effect of multi-species herbivory on shoot growth in gorse, Ulex europaeusFowler, S.V.1992
Comparing the population dynamics of broom, Cytisus scoparius, as a native plant in the United Kingdom and France and as an invasive alien weed in Australia and New ZealandFowler, S.V.1996
New developments, strategies and overviews: synthesis of session 4Fowler, S.V.1996
Trivial and Political Reasons for the Failure of Classical Biological Control of Weeds: a Personal ViewFowler, S.V.1999
Will Expected and Unexpected Non-Target Effects, and the New Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act, Cause Biological Control of Broom to Fail in New Zealand?Fowler, S.V.1999
Biological control of weeds in Mauritius: Past success revisited and present challengesFowler, S.V.1999
Safety in New Zealand weed biocontrol: a retrospective analysis of host-specificity testing and the predictability of impacts on non-target plantsFowler, S.V.2003
Ecology, impact and biological control of the weed Tradescantia fluminensis in New Zealand (ABSTRACT ONLY)Fowler, S.V.2007
Release strategies in weed biocontrol: how well are we doing and is there room for improvement?Fowler, S.V.2007
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