Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


ArticleLead AuthorYear
Control of Rumex crispus L. with the Rust Fungus, Uromyces rumicis (Schum.) Wint.: Preliminary investigationsInman1969
Status of the use of plant pathogens in the biological control of weedsFreeman1973
Cephalosporium wilt of Cassia surattensis in HawaiiTrujillo1973
Biological control of weeds with plant pathogens. Prospectus - 1980Freeman1980
Biological control of Carduus pycnocephalus with Alternaria spp.Anderson1984
Fungal pathogens of some Brazilian aquatic weeds and their potential use in biocontrolBarreto1996
Rust epidemics, climate and control of Xanthium occidentaleMorin1996
Development of a fungal pathogen for biocontrol of the submersed aquatic macrophyte Hydrilla verticillataShearer1996
Control of Alismataceae Weeds in Rice using the Mycoherbistat Fungus Rhynchosporium alismatis (ABSTRACT ONLY)Cother1999
Pathogens for the biological control of weedy stipoid grasses in Australia: competition of investigations in ArgentinaAnderson2003
Expanding classical biological control of weeds with pathogens in India: the way forwardSreerama Kumar2007
The endophyte-enemy release hypothesis: implications for classical biological control and plant invasionsEvans2007
Formulation of Colletotrichum truncatum into complex coacervate -- biocontrol of scentless chamomile, Matricaria perforata (ABSTRACT ONLY)Hynes2007
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