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A guide to the biological control of greenhouse aphids


, : A guide to the biological control of greenhouse aphids. A guide to the biological control of greenhouse aphids: 25

A guide is presented to the biological control of aphids in small- to medium-sized greenhouses. It is intended that the reader should find it useful in establishing his own biological control programme, using natural enemies found in the field. Notes are provided on aphids (especially Myzus persicae (Sulz.)) and beneficial insects (including Aphelinus mali (Hald.), Aphidoletes aphidimyza (Rond.), syrphids, parasitic wasps and coccinellids).

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