Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Lead Author Last Name: Goeden



ArticleLead AuthorYear
Santa Cruz Island - Revisited. Sequential photography records the causation, rates of progress, and lasting benefits of successful biological weed controlGoeden, R.D.1980
Interactions of field populations of indigenous egg predators, imported Microlarinus weevils, and puncturevine in southern CaliforniaGoeden, R.D.1980
Ethological and genetic differences among three biotypes of Rynocyllus conicus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) introduced into North America for the biological control of Asteraceous thistlesGoeden, R.D.1984
Lessons learned from studies of insects associated with Ambrosiinae in North America in relation to the biological control of weedy members of this groupGoeden, R.D.1992
Current research on biological weed control in Southern CaliforniaGoeden, R.E.1969
California as a source of natural enemies for the biological control of ragweeds (ABSTRACT ONLY)Goeden, Richard D.1973
Projects on biological control of Russian thistle and milk thistle in California: Failures that contributed to the science of biological weed control (ABSTRACT ONLY)Goeden, Richard D.1999
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