Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Lead Author Last Name: Harris



ArticleLead AuthorYear
The weed Sesbania punicea (Leguminosae) in South Africa nipped in the bud by the weevil Trichapion lativentreHarris, M.S.1984
Current research on biocontrol of weeds in CanadaHarris, P.1969
Weed vulnerablility to damage by biological control agentsHarris, P.1971
The impact of the Cinnabar moth on ragwort in east and west Canada and its implication for biological controlHarris, P.1973
The selection of effective agents for the biological control of weedsHarris, P.1973
Reproductive biology of tansy ragwort, climate and biological control by the Cinnabar moth in CanadaHarris, P.1973
Interaction between the cinnabar moth, Tyria jacobaeae L. (Lep.:Arctiidae) and ragwort, Senecio jacobaea L. (Compositae) in CanadaHarris, P.1973
Biological control of weeds: from art to scienceHarris, P.1973
Evaluating biocontrol of weeds projectsHarris, P.1980
Biocontrol of weeds: Bureaucrats, botanists, beekeepers, and other bottlenecksHarris, P.1984
Stress as a strategy in the biological control of weeds (ABSTRACT ONLY)Harris, Peter1980
Feeding strategy, coexistence and impact of insect in spotted knapweed capitulaHarris, Peter1988
The predictability of insect host plant utilization from feeding tests and suggested improvements for screening weed biological control agentsHarris, Peter1992
Classical weed biocontrol and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) fungi (ABSTRACT ONLY)Harris, Peter1996
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