Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


Status of program



ArticleLead AuthorYear
The biological control of weeds with insects in the United StatesAndres1971
Biological Control of Central and South American Weeds in AustraliaHarley1971
Studies on the biological control of aquatic weeds in The Netherlandsvan Zon1973
Insect enemies of aquatic weedsSpencer1973
Current emphasis in U.S. Department of Agriculture on biological control of weedsEnnis1973
An overview of biological control, with particular commentary on biological weed controlHuffaker1973
Biological control of weeds: from art to scienceHarris1973
The management of Salvinia molesta in Papua New GuineaMitchell1980
Santa Cruz Island - Revisited. Sequential photography records the causation, rates of progress, and lasting benefits of successful biological weed controlGoeden1980
The biological control of Opuntia aurantiaca in South Africa: Evaluation and emerging control strategiesMoran1980
Lessons from early attempts at biological control of  weeds in QueenslandHaseler1980
The present status of the biological control of Cordia curassavica in MalaysiaUng1980
A discussion of the limited establishment of Perapion antiquum and a review of the current status of biological control of Emex spp. in AustraliaJulien1980
Biological control of water hyacinth in AustraliaWright1980
New activities in biological control of weeds in Australia II. Echium plantagineum: curse or salvation?Delfosse1980
New activities in biological control of weeds in Australia III. St. John's wort: Hypericum perforatumDelfosse1980
Control of aquatic Alternanthera philoxeroides in Australia; Another success for Agasicles hygrophilaJulien1980
Biological control of Harrisia cactus, Eriocereus martinii, in Queensland by the mealybug Hypogeococcus festerianusMcFadyen1980
Current status of prickly pear control by Cactoblastis cactorum in QueenslandWhite1980
Biological control of tansy ragwort in the state of Oregon, U.S.A.Hawkes1980
The present status of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) for the control of aquatic weeds in England and WalesFowler1984
A summary of research into biological control of salvinia in AustraliaRoom1984
Use of the Chinese grass carp, Ctenopharyngodon idella, in the control of the submerged water weed Potamogeton pectinatus in an inland lake in the Transvaal, South AfricaSchoonbee1984
Towards biological control of Salvinia in Papua New GuineaThomas1984
The biological control programme against Parthenium hysterophorus in QueenslandMcFadyen1984
A new era of biological weed control in the western United StatesNowierski1984
Biological control of weeds in Washington: status reportPiper1984
Status of biological weed control in MontanaStory1984
Biological control of tansy ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) in western Oregon, U.S.A., 1975-1987Brown1988
Progress towards biological control of ragwort in AustraliaField1988
Present status of biological control of the weed gorse (Ulex europaeus L.) in HawaiiMarkin1988
Progress and prospects for the biological control of two Solanum weeds in South AfricaNeser1988
Biological control of weeds in Virginia from 1969-86Kok1988
When you have seen one redwood you have not seen them all (ABSTRACT ONLY)Leen1988
New problems in weed control in ItalyMarocchi1988
Biological control of weeds in China: a status reportWang1988
Beyond "before-and-after:" Experimental design and evaluation in classical weed biological controlMcClay1992
Long-term studies and predictive models in the biological control of diffuse knapweedMyers1992
Eighty years of weed biological control in South Africa: What have we learned? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Moran1992
Biological control of floating aquatic weeds in Botswana (ABSTRACT ONLY)Forno1992
Biological control of gorse (Ulex europaeus) in New Zealand (ABSTRACT ONLY)Hill1992
Current status of arthropods of the weed gorse, Ulex europaeus, in California (ABSTRACT ONLY)Perkins1992
Status of biological control of gorse in Hawaii (ABSTRACT ONLY)Yoshioka1992
Biological control of alien plants in natural areas of HawaiiGardner1992
Isozyme patterns and susceptibility of North American forms of Chondrilla juncea to European strains of the rust fungus Puccinia chondrillinaHasan1992
Biological control of yellow starthistle, Centaurea solstitialis, in North AmericaTurner1992
The biological control of Chromolaena odorata in South Africa: A progress report (ABSTRACT ONLY)Kluge1992
An overview of federal research on biological control of weeds in the northern plains area of the United States of America (ABSTRACT ONLY)Quimby1992
Current status of the biological control of weeds in Brazil (ABSTRACT ONLY)Fontes1992
The biological control programme against Mimosa pigra in Australia's northern territoryWilson1992
Cactoblastis cactorum in the United States of America: an immigrant biological control agent or an introduction of the nursery industry? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Pemberton1996
Status of Chromolaena odorata biological control using Pareuchaetes pseudoinsulata, in GhanaTimbilla1996
A biological weed control programme using insects against purple loosestrife, Lythrum salicaria, in North AmericaBlossey1996
Biological control of gorse in HawaiiMarkin1996
Will Expected and Unexpected Non-Target Effects, and the New Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act, Cause Biological Control of Broom to Fail in New Zealand?Fowler1999
Ten Years of Scentless Chamomile: Prospects for the Biological Control of a Weed of Cultivated LandHinz1999
Current Researches of Brazilian Weeds in Paraná State Biological Control of Weeds Program, Curitiba, Paraná, BrazilPedrosa-Macedo1999
Biological control of ragwort (Senecio jacobaea L.) in AustraliaMcLaren1999
Biological Control of Schinus terebinthifolius: Past, Present and Future (ABSTRACT ONLY)Hight1999
Biological control of Chromolaena odorata: Successes and failuresMuniappan1999
The Biological Control Program Against Gorse in New ZealandHill1999
The Biocontrol of Gorse, Ulex europaeus, in Chile: A Progress ReportNorambuena1999
A century of classical biological control of Lantana camara: Can pathogens make a significant difference?Thomas1999
International Biological Control of Weeds Symposium - Sub-meeting: Prospects and Progress in Biological Control of Cruciferous WeedsQuimby1999
Progress with the biological control program for Japanese knotweed (ABSTRACT ONLY)Shaw2003
Biotypes, hybrids and biological control: lessons from cochineal insects on Opuntia weedsHoffmann2003
Rearing, redistribution, and dispersal of three biological-control agents for scentless chamomile (ABSTRACT ONLY)McClay2003
TAME Melaleuca: the area wide management evaluation of Melaleuca (ABSTRACT ONLY)Silvers2003
Spatially explicit models for weed-biocontrol agent interactions: scentless chamomile as a case studyCamino Beck2003
First results for control of saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) in the open field in the western United StatesDeLoach2003
Overcoming limits on rust epidemics in Australian infestations of European blackberryEvans2003
Hydrillia pakistanae and H. balciunasi, insect biological control agents of hydrilla: boon or bust?Grodowitz2003
Development of a supply-demand model to evaluate the biological control of yellow starthistle, Centaurea solstitialis, in CaliforniaGutierrez2003
How important is environment? A national-scale evaluation of a seed-feeding beetle on parkinsonia, a widely distributed woody weedvan Klinken2003
Biological control of Carduus thistles in Virginia-a long-term perspective, three decades after the release of two exotic weevilsKok2003
Bugs offer sustainable control of Mimosa invisa and Sida spp. in the Markham Valley, Papua New GuineaKuniata2003
A decade of biological control of Acacia saligna in South Africa, using the gall rust fungus, Uromycladium tepperianumLennox2003
Biotic suppression of invasive weeds in Washington state: a half-century of progressPiper2003
Impact of biological control agents on Centaurea diffusa (diffuse knapweed) in central MontanaSmith2003
Biocontrol of hawkweeds in New Zealand, 10 years on (ABSTRACT ONLY)Smith2003
Synopsis: the long and winding roadCullen2003
Status of tree of heaven, Ailanthus altissima, in Virginia, USA and quarantine evaluation of Eucryptorrhynchus brandti (Harold) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a potential biological control agent (ABSTRACT ONLY)Salom2007
Status of biological control in Australia, policy and regulatory influences (ABSTRACT ONLY)Scott2007
The biological control of Impatiens glandulifera Royle (ABSTRACT ONLY)Tanner2007
Ten years after the release of the water hyacinth mirid Eccritotarsus catarinensis in South Africa: what have we learned?Coetzee2007
The ragweed leaf beetle Zygogramma suturalis F. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in Russia: current distribution, abundance and implication for biological control of common ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.Reznik2007
Post-release evaluation of invasive plant biological control agents in BC using IAPP, a novel database management platformTurner2007
Overview of the biological control of the invasive plant Chromolaena odorata (Asteraceae) in the Old World (ABSTRACT ONLY)Muniappan2007
Status of the biological control of banana poka, Passiflora mollissima (aka P. tarminiana) in HawaiiFriesen2007
A cooperative research model -- biological control of Parkinsonia aculeata and Landcare groups in northern AustraliaGalea2007
Sustainable management based on biological control and ecological restoration of an alien invasive weed, Ageratina adenophora (Asteraceae) in ChinaZhang2007
Sustainable management based on biological control and ecological restoration of an alien invasive weed, Ageratina adenophora (Asteraceae) in China  (ABSTRACT ONLY, Full article on pg. 699)Liu2007
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