State Lab Cultivates Wasp To Combat Citrus Pest CBS 11 And a wasp no bigger than a pinprick may be the Texas citrus industry's best weapon against the Asian citrus psyllid, a jumping lice that can infect trees with a devastating disease known as...
Dr Michael Pogue, a Research Entomologist in the ARS Systematic Entomology Laboratory, at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, was sent a series of moth specimens from Bahia, Brazil, for identification.
Fungal and bacterial pathogens are well capable of infecting plants, animals and humans despite their immune systems. Fungi penetrate leafs, stalks and roots, or skin, intestines and lungs, to infect their hosts.
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The Hindu Farmers happy with success of cassava bio-pesticide The Hindu A tiny black bug had caused much grief to banana farmers in the State but a successful trial has kindled hope that cultivation can be carried out without fear of pests or of...
Fighting weeds top priority for funds awarded by RMEF The Missoulian Weed treatment combines chemical and bio-control methods, or insects brought from the native countries of the weeds and released on patches of ground covered with the invading...
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Substance That Gives Grapefruit Its Flavor and Aroma Could Give Insect Pests ... Newswise (press release) He co-organized the symposium with Aaron Gross and Joel Coats, Ph.D., both of Iowa State University, and Stephen Duke, Ph.D., of the U.S.
In the Twin Cities, emerald ash borer faces war in the streets Minneapolis Star Tribune “We really want to try to get them established,” said Jon Osthus, emerald ash borer biocontrol coordinator for the Agriculture Department.
Catherine Carlton in Malawi Catherine Carlton (MAIEP '12) studied modern history at Stanford University. After graduation she served in the Peace Corps in Zambia for two years working in the public health sector as an HIV ...
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China’s demand for Biocides and Pesticides has grown at a fast pace in the past decade. In the next five years, both production and demand will continue to grow. This new study examines China’s economic trends, investment environment, industry development, supply and demand, industry capacity, industry structure, marketing channels and major industry participants. Historical data (2002, 2007 and 2012) and long-term forecasts through 2017 and 2022 are presented. Major producers in China are profiled.
I. Introduction Report Scope and Methodology Executive Summary
II. Business Environment Economic Outlook Key Economic Indicators Industrial Output Population and Labor Foreign Investment Foreign Trade Financial and Tax Regulations Banking System and Regulations Foreign Exchange Taxes, Tariff and Custom Duties
III. Pesticides Industry Assessments Pesticides Industry Capacity Major Producer Facility Locations, Output and Capacity Market Share of Key Producers Potential Entrants Major End-Users Major Foreign Investments Technology Development
IV. Pesticides Production And Demand Overview Chinese Government Environmental Regulations Pesticides Production and Demand Herbicides Insecticides Fungicides Biopesticides Other Pesticides Pesticides Imports and Exports
V. Pesticides Consumption By Market Pesticides Markets Outlook Agricultural Market Outlook Agricultural Product Output Farming Regions Pesticides Consumption in Agriculture Other Pesticides Markets
Biocontrol in a capsule for corn pest battle Western Farm Press Nematodes have shown promise as biological control agents in the fight against the western corn rootworm, whose larval stage is a costly pest of corn in the United States and Europe.
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