By J. Eilenberg, Heikki M. T. Hokkanen
Biological regulate is one of the such a lot promising equipment for keep an eye on of pests, ailments and weeds, and this ebook treats ecological and societal points jointly for the 1st time. the purpose is to guage the importance of definite organic homes like biodiversity and typical habitats. In a societal technique phrases like ‘consumer’s attitude’, ‘risk perception’, ‘learning and schooling’ and ‘value triangle’ are famous as major for organic creation and human welfare.
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SPEISER, E. WYSS AND V. 3. Implications for various biological control agents From the point of view of organic farming, three categories of biological control agents must be considered separately: predators and parasites, natural microorganisms and genetically modified microorganisms. 1. Predators and parasites This category includes mainly predatory and parasitic insects which attack crop pests, but also predatory mites, other arthropods and nematodes for the control of insects or molluscs. All standards mention the use of predators and parasites in crop production.
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