Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds

Lead Author Last Name: Paynter

ArticleLead AuthorYear
Predicting How Fast and Invading Weed Biological Control Agent Will Disperse2013
Predicting the Feasibility and Cost of Weed Biological Control2013
Predicting Parasitism of Weed Biological Control Agents2013
New biological control agents for Cytisus scoparius (Scotch broom) in New Zealand: dealing with the birds and the bees and predicted non-target attack to a fodder crop (ABSTRACT ONLY)Paynter, Q.2007
Opening Pandora's box? Surveys for attack on non-target plants in New Zealand (ABSTRACT ONLY)Paynter, Q.2007
Are seed-feeding insects of use for the biological control of broom?Paynter, Quentin1996
Ecological Studies to Optimise the Integrated Management of the Wetland Weed, Mimosa pigraPaynter, Quentin1999
Experiments to Test the Effect of Disturbance by Feral Animals on Establishment of Mimosa pigra (ABSTRACT ONLY)Paynter, Quentin1999
Integrated weed management - could we be doing better? Lessons learned from controlling the invasive wetland shrub, Mimosa pigraPaynter, Quentin2003
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