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  • ISBN13 978-0724266951
  • Author GAC Beattie & Roger Broadley Dan Smith
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and their natural enemies: Integrated pest management in Australia .

Citrus pests and their natural enemies: Integrated pest management in Australia. Hymenoptera: Formicoidea. Importation of Japanese Unshu Orange Fruits ( Citrus reticulata Blanco var. unshu Swingel) into Citrus Producing States. Pest Risk Assessment. List of diseases recorded on fruit and vegetable crops in Victoria before June 30, 1980.

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They also lose their market value. The findings showed that citrus mealybug preferred Dioscorea rotundata var. Pona to the rest of the varieties, as it developed faster and laid more eggs (49. eggs) on it than on the other varieties. This implies that citrus mealybug multiplies faster and destroys Dioscorea rotundata var. Pona tubers in storage faster than on the other varieties. Therefore, Dioscorea rotundata var. Smith, Dan, Beattie, G. A. Broadley, R. Queensland. of Primary Industries, Queensland.

Smith D, Beattie GAC, Broadley R (1997) Citrus Pests and Their Natural Enemies: Integrated Pest Management in Australia. Tinzaara W, Gold CS, Dicke M, van Huis A, Ragama PE (2008) Effect of mulching on banana weevil movement relative to pheromone traps. African Crop Science Journal 16, 59–66.

Integrated pest management in litchi Citrus pests and their natural enemies: IPM in Australia. Queensland, Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane, Australia, 272pp.

Integrated pest management in litchi. National seminar on recent developments in litchi production held at Rajindra Agril. Un. Bihar, Pusa, May 30–;31, Abstract of papers, pp. 3. oogle Scholar. Citrus pests and their natural enemies: IPM in Australia. Influence of host plants on the development and survival of Lymantria obfuscate. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 33(2): 67–69. and Murtaza, M. 1970. Studies on trypetids and their natural enemies in West Pakistan.

Smith D, Beattie GAC, Broadley R (1997) 'Citrus pests and their natural enemies: integrated pest management in Australia'. Information Series QI97030. Smith, ESC (1996) Mango seed weevil. Department of Primary Industries, Northern Territory.

Smith, . Beattie, G. and Broadley, R. (1997), 'Citrus Pests and Their Natural Enemies: Integrated Pest Management in Australia', : Queensland. Department of Primary Industries 9780724266951. Barkley, . Schubert, . Schutte, . Godfrey, . Hattingh, . Telford, . Beattie, A. and Hoffman, K. (2014), 'Invasive pathogens in plant biosecurity.

Smith D, Beattie GAC and Broadley R (eds) 1997, Citrus pests and their natural enemies – integrated pest management in Australia, Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane.