Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds

Captive-rearing of agents

ArticleLead AuthorYear
Some aspects of quality and quality control of biological control agents during insectary propagationMackauer1980
Impact of diseases on insects and procedures for detecting and eliminating them from cultures prior to release for biological controlAllen1980
Considerations in rearing Bradyrrhoa gilveolella for control of Chondrilla juncea in AustraliaCullen1980
Entomopathogens associated with insects used for biological control of weedsDunn1980
Use of an artificial diet for rearing the mimosa clearwing moth, Carmenta mimosa (ABSTRACT ONLY)Smith1992
South Dakota correctional facility supports captive-rearing efforts for biological control agent of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria L.)  (ABSTRACT ONLY)Pelizza1999
Preliminary results of a survey on the role of arthropod rearing in classical weed biological controlDe Clerck-Floate2007
Rearing insectsDe Clerck-Floate2007
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USDA Forest Service Bugwood University of Georgia