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February 1978
Volume 32, Number 2

Peer-reviewed research and review articles

Development of integrated pest management in California
by Ray F. Smith
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Integrated pest management in the United States
by Carl B. Huffaker, B.A. Croft
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Integrated control has been used increasingly on many types of crops, nationwide. With the use of computers, scientists are coming to some surprising conclusions.
Implementing integrated pest management in California
by Helmut Riedl, William W. Allen
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Portable computer terminal permits fast field access to central computer-based crop models for prediction and recommendations for pest management
Profitability and risk of integrated pest management
by Darwin C. Hall
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By using extensive data gathered by scientists from many disciplines, complex mathematical models of given ecosystems have been developed which enhance our understanding of crop ecosystems.
Applying systems analysis to integrated control
by Andrew P. Gutierrez
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IPM in three, fruit and nut crops: Minimizing pear pest control costs through integrated pest management
by William W. Barnett, Clarence S. Davis, Gordon A. Rowe
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Integrated pest management in walnut orchards
by Martin M. Barnes, Clarence S. Davis, G. Steven Sibbett, William W. Barnett
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Integrated pest management for olives
by Christine A. Shoemaker, Carl B. Huffaker, Charles E. Kennett
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Grape pest management in the San Joaquin Valley
by Donald L. Flahetly, William L. Peacock, Frederik L. Jensen
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Integrated pest management in almonds
by Richard E. Rice, Martin M. Barnes, Charles E. Curtis
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Improving integrated pest management in Southern California citrus
by Louis A. Riehl, Theodore W. Fisher
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IPM in field and vegetable crops: Integrated pest management of sugar beet insects
by W. Harry Lange, James S. Kishiyama, F. Jackson Hills
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Integrating control of the sugar beet cyst nematode
by Ivan J. Thomason
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Integrated control of insect pests in San Joaquin Valley cotton
by Louis A. Falcon, Robert van den Bosch
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Sex disruption AIDS IPM in cotton
by R. Boardman
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Heat accumulation method AIDS cotton pest management
by Vahram Sevacherian, Nick C. Toscano, Robert A. Van Steenwyk
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Management of insect pests on potatoes
by Oscar G. Bacon, Vernon E. Burton, Jeffrey A. Wyman
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Integrated pest management on vegetable crops in Southern California
by Jeffrey A. Wyman, Earl R. Oatman, Robert A Van Steenwyk
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Integrated pest management on artichoke and tomato in Northern California
by W. Harry Lange, James S. Kishyama
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Integrated pest management: Other pests: Integrated pest management research: Mosquito control
by Russell E. Fontaine, Charles H. Schaefer
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Exotic dung beetles in pasture and range land ecosystems
by John R. Anderson, Edmond C. Loomis
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Integrated pest management in highway landscapes
by Dudley E. Pinnock, Kenneth S. Hagen, Daniel V. Cassidy, Richard J. Brand, James E. Milstead, Richard L. Tasson
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News and opinion

Agriculture's most important battle
by J. B. Kendrick
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General Information

Urban pest management
by Editors
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Integrated by control
by Editors
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February 1978
Volume 32, Number 2

Peer-reviewed research and review articles

Development of integrated pest management in California
by Ray F. Smith
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated pest management in the United States
by Carl B. Huffaker, B.A. Croft
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated control has been used increasingly on many types of crops, nationwide. With the use of computers, scientists are coming to some surprising conclusions.
Implementing integrated pest management in California
by Helmut Riedl, William W. Allen
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Portable computer terminal permits fast field access to central computer-based crop models for prediction and recommendations for pest management
Profitability and risk of integrated pest management
by Darwin C. Hall
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
By using extensive data gathered by scientists from many disciplines, complex mathematical models of given ecosystems have been developed which enhance our understanding of crop ecosystems.
Applying systems analysis to integrated control
by Andrew P. Gutierrez
Full text HTML  | PDF  
IPM in three, fruit and nut crops: Minimizing pear pest control costs through integrated pest management
by William W. Barnett, Clarence S. Davis, Gordon A. Rowe
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated pest management in walnut orchards
by Martin M. Barnes, Clarence S. Davis, G. Steven Sibbett, William W. Barnett
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated pest management for olives
by Christine A. Shoemaker, Carl B. Huffaker, Charles E. Kennett
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Grape pest management in the San Joaquin Valley
by Donald L. Flahetly, William L. Peacock, Frederik L. Jensen
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated pest management in almonds
by Richard E. Rice, Martin M. Barnes, Charles E. Curtis
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Improving integrated pest management in Southern California citrus
by Louis A. Riehl, Theodore W. Fisher
Full text HTML  | PDF  
IPM in field and vegetable crops: Integrated pest management of sugar beet insects
by W. Harry Lange, James S. Kishiyama, F. Jackson Hills
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrating control of the sugar beet cyst nematode
by Ivan J. Thomason
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated control of insect pests in San Joaquin Valley cotton
by Louis A. Falcon, Robert van den Bosch
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Sex disruption AIDS IPM in cotton
by R. Boardman
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Heat accumulation method AIDS cotton pest management
by Vahram Sevacherian, Nick C. Toscano, Robert A. Van Steenwyk
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Management of insect pests on potatoes
by Oscar G. Bacon, Vernon E. Burton, Jeffrey A. Wyman
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated pest management on vegetable crops in Southern California
by Jeffrey A. Wyman, Earl R. Oatman, Robert A Van Steenwyk
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated pest management on artichoke and tomato in Northern California
by W. Harry Lange, James S. Kishyama
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated pest management: Other pests: Integrated pest management research: Mosquito control
by Russell E. Fontaine, Charles H. Schaefer
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Exotic dung beetles in pasture and range land ecosystems
by John R. Anderson, Edmond C. Loomis
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated pest management in highway landscapes
by Dudley E. Pinnock, Kenneth S. Hagen, Daniel V. Cassidy, Richard J. Brand, James E. Milstead, Richard L. Tasson
Full text HTML  | PDF  

News and opinion

Agriculture's most important battle
by J. B. Kendrick
Full text HTML  | PDF  

General Information

Urban pest management
by Editors
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrated by control
by Editors
Full text HTML  | PDF  

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