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Acid phosphatase activity and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal infection associated with roots of four wheat cultivars
One of the ways of P‐alleviation in wheat growing in volcanic soils might be the search of genotypes having high biochemical and/or biological root activities, as well as alternatives for P‐uptake by plants growing in low nutrient situations. Expand
Natural Enemies of Rhynchophorus ferrugineus and Paysandisia archon
It is hypothesized that the only feasible and suitable biocontrol method is classical biological control, defined as “the intentional introduction of an exotic biological control agent for permanent establishment and long-term pest control” (Eilenberg, Hajek, and Lomer 2001). Expand
Entomopathogenic fungi as endophytes: their broader contribution to IPM and crop production
The soil has been considered the main reservoir of entomopathogenic mitosporic ascomycetes together with the insect populations that they regulate, whereas mostly during the X-ray diffraction period the populations regulate. Expand
Control Measures Against Rhynchophorus ferrugineus and Paysandisia archon
This chapter reviews the current control methods against red palm weevil (RPW, Rhynchophorus ferrugineus) and palm borer moth (PBM, Paysandisia archon). Scientific documents covering differentExpand
Laboratory evaluation of the acute and chronic toxicity of diflubenzuron against IV instar Mediterranean locust Dociostaurus maroccanus (Thunberg)
Analysis of the relative mortality in classes at individual dose rates showed that mortality occurring in the moult to V instar increased directly related to diflubenzuron dose rate, which could have major impacts on the evolution of D. maroccanus outbreaks and their management. Expand