Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds

Bioherbicide development

ArticleLead AuthorYear
Use of pregelatinized starch and casamino acids to improve the efficacy of Colletotrichum truncatum conidia produced in differing nutritional environmentsSchisler1992
Rhizo-organisms to manage Bromus tectorum and Setaria viridis in wheat (ABSTRACT ONLY)Clapperton1996
Progress in the development of Rhynchosporium alismatis as a biocontrol agent for Alismataceae weeds (ABSTRACT ONLY)Cother1996
Screening fungal pathogens for the control of Papaver somniferum in the former Soviet Union (ABSTRACT ONLY)Dolgovskaya1996
Rottboellia cochinchinensis: developing a biological control strategy (ABSTRACT ONLY)Ellison1996
Taxonomy and host-range of an Alternaria-isolate, a biocontrol agent for Sphenoclea zeylanica (ABSTRACT ONLY)Masangkay1996
Different countries, several bioherbicides, but always the same hurdles (ABSTRACT ONLY)Morin1996
Creating more effective pathogens  (ABSTRACT ONLY)Sands1996
Safe broad-spectrum bioherbicides using weakly- or non-virulent fungi  (ABSTRACT ONLY)Yang1996
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