Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds

Successful control

ArticleLead AuthorYear
Evaluating the success of the programme for the biological control of Chondrilla juncea L.Cullen1973
Depression in ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) abundance following introduction of Tyria jacobaeae and Longitarsus jacobaeae on the central coast of OregonMcEvoy1984
The biological control of Cactaceae: Success ratings and the contribution of individual agent speciesMoran1984
Ecological mechanisms underlying successful biological weed control: Field experiments with ragwort Senecio jacobaeaMcEvoy1988
Is theory of any value in the practical selection of biological control agents for weeds? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Dennill1992
Heteropsylla sp. (Psyllidae) successfully controls pasture infestations of Mimosa invisa within three years of release in Australia (ABSTRACT ONLY)Ablin1992
Successful biological control of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) in Papua New Guinea by the weevils Neochetina bruchi and Neochetina eichhorniae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) (ABSTRACT ONLY)Julien1999
Biological control of leafy spurge: An emerging success storyAnderson1999
Success in biological control of weedsCruttwell McFadyen1999
The successful biological control of spinyhead sida, Sida acuta [Malvaceae], by Calligrapha pantherina (Col.: Chrysomelidae) in Australia's Northern TerritoryFlanagan1999
The Successful Biological Control of the Water Fern Azolla filiculoides in South Africa (ABSTRCT OLNY)McConnachie1999
Biological control of weeds in Mauritius: Past success revisited and present challengesFowler1999
Compatible interactions between the pathogen, weed and environment make the bridal creeper rust a successful biological control agent (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin2003
The mirid Eccritotarsus catarinensis is an effective agent against water hyacinth in some areas of South AfricaHill2003
The successful biological control of Azolla filiculoides in South Africa: an economic perspectiveMcConnachie2003
What is "success" in biological control? (ABSTRACT ONLY)Delfosse2003
Biological control of Mediterranean sage (Salvia aethiopis) in OregonCoombs2007
Beginning success of biological control of saltcedars (Tamarix spp.) in the southwestern USADeLoach2007
Azolla filiculoides Lamarck (Pteridophyta: Azollaceae) control in South Africa: a 10-year reviewHill2007
Biological control of tansy ragwort (Senecio jacobaea, L.) by the cinnabar moth, Tyria jacobaeae (CL) (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae), in the northern Rocky MountainsMarkin2007
Successful biological control of diffuse knapweed in British Columbia, Canada (ABSTRACT ONLY)Myers2007
Benefits to New Zealand's native flora from the successful biological control of mistflower (Ageratina riparia) (ABSTRACT ONLY)Barton2007
Success at what price? Establishment, spread and impact of Pareuchaetes insulata on Chromolaena odorata in South Africa (ABSTRACT ONLY)Zachariades2007
Assigning success in biological weed control: what do we really mean?Hoffmann2007
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