Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds

Lead Author Last Name: Hinz

ArticleLead AuthorYear
Successes We Might Never Have Had: A Retrospective Comparison of Predicted Versus Realized Host Range of Established Weed Biological Control Agents in North America2013
Scentless chamomile, a target weed for biological control in Canada: factors influencing seedling establishmentHinz, H.L.1996
Prospects for the Classical Biological Control of Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata): an Environmental Weed in North American Forests (ABSTRACT ONLY)Hinz, H.L.1999
Ten Years of Scentless Chamomile: Prospects for the Biological Control of a Weed of Cultivated LandHinz, H.L.1999
All against one: first results of a newly formed foreign exploration consortium for the biological control of perennial pepperweedHinz, H.L.2007
Testing the efficacy of specialist herbivores to control Lepidium draba in combination with different management practicesHinz, H.L.2007
Does phylogeny explain the host-choice behaviour of potential biological control agents for Brassicaceae weeds?Hinz, H.L.2007
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