by USDA, Forest Service, Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team in Morgantown, WV .
Written in English
|Other titles||Technology transfer biological control.|
|Statement||J. Howard Frank and John L. Foltz.|
|Series||FHTET -- 96-20., FHTET (Series) -- 96-20.|
|Contributions||Foltz, John L., United States. Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||78|
Mar 20, · Classical biological control (CBC) is the introduction of a natural enemy of exotic origin to control a pest, usually also exotic, aiming at permanent control of the pest. CBC has been carried out widely over a variety of target organisms, but most commonly against insects, using parasitoids and predators and, occasionally, pathogens. Until , introductions of parasitoids and predators Cited by: Alligator weed was introduced to the United States from South kauainenehcp.com takes root in shallow water, interfering with navigation, irrigation, and flood kauainenehcp.com alligator weed flea beetle and two other biological controls were released in Florida, greatly reducing the amount of land covered by the plant. Another aquatic weed, the giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta) is a serious pest. PDF | On Jan 1, , kauainenehcp.com Frank and others published Classical biological control of pest insects of trees in the southern United States: A review and recommendations. | Find, read and cite. Each of these states utilize state revenues to support biological control efforts. Historically, there has been little state support for classical biological control in the Midwest, and the few significant cases of successful biological control in the region have resulted primarily from USDA programs.
Of the 70 cases of classical biological control for the protection of nature found in our review, there were fewer projects against insect targets (21) than against invasive plants (49), in part, because many insect biological control projects were carried out against agricultural pests, while nearly all projects against plants targeted invasive plants in natural kauainenehcp.com by: Dendroctonus terebrans, the black turpentine beetle, is a species of bark beetle native to the eastern United States. Its larvae tunnel under the bark of pine trees, weakening and sometimes killing the kauainenehcp.com: Curculionidae. A small wasp, Trichogramma ostriniae, introduced from China to help control the European corn borer, is a recent example of a long history of classical biological control efforts for this major pest. Many classical biological control programs for insect pests and weeds are under way across the United . Classical biological control is a strategy that has been defined as “The intentional introduction of an exotic biological control agent for permanent establishment and long-term pest control” (Eilenberg et al. ). Numerous summaries of the many classical biological control programs.
Biological Control of Invasive Plants in the Eastern United States – An online book that provides a reference guide for field workers and land managers concerning the historical and current status of the biological control of invasive plant species in the eastern United States. Semiochemicals of forest and shade tree insects in North America and management applications. Request This. Elizabeth L. United States. Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team. Variant title Classical biological control of pest insects of trees in the southern United States a review and recommendations. Classical biological control of pest insects of trees in the southern United States: a review and recommendations / (Morgantown, WV: Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team, ), by J. H. Frank, John L. Foltz, and United States. Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Classical biological control (CBC) is the introduction of a natural enemy of exotic origin to control a pest, usually also exotic, aiming at permanent control of the pest.