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Assessment of losses which constrain production and crop improvement in agriculture and forestry. Proceedings of the E.C. Stakman Commemorative Symposium. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota


, : Assessment of losses which constrain production and crop improvement in agriculture and forestry. Proceedings of the E.C. Stakman Commemorative Symposium. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Miscellaneous Publication, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Minnesota (7): 327

About 40 papers are included in this report on a symposium on the assessment of losses which limit crop production and improvement in agriculture and forestry, held at Minneapolis, Minnesota, in November 1980. Of special relevance to agricultural entomology are those by J. L. Apple (pp. 192-196) on the integrated pest management concept and the role of crop loss assessment, and by R. L. Ridgway (pp. 229-233) on assessing agricultural crop losses caused by insects.

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