Cabbage

In Advances in the Commercialization of Green Lacewings, Part II: Field Application  (Vol. VII, No. 3)

Sweet Alyssum Good for Cabbage Caterpillar Parasitoids  (Vol. VII, No. 3)

In Current Research on Biological Control of Insects in the Midwest  summary # 7 (Vol. VII, No. 3)

In Host Plant Doesn't Change Effectiveness of Fungus for Control of Silverleaf Whitefly  (Vol. V, No. 12)

In Gliocladium virens  (Vol. V, No. 9)

In Allelopathic Cover Crops, Living Mulches, and Weed Thresholds for Managing Weeds in Vegetables  (Vol. V, No. 6)

In Trichoderma harzianum, Strain T-22  (Vol. V, No. 4)

In Current Research on Biological Control of Insects in the Midwest  (Vol. IV, No. 12)

In Fungus Controls Damping-off  (Vol. IV, No. 10)

Nematodes Reduce Cabbage Maggot on Cabbage  (Vol. IV, No. 1)

Diadegma insulare, Parasite of Diamondback Moth  (Vol. IV, No. 1)

Pteromalus puparum, Parasite of Imported Cabbageworm Pupae  (Vol. III, No. 12)

Flowers Affect Diamondback Moth Parasitoid  (Vol. III, No. 8)

In Bt Infection in Caterpillars  (Vol. III, No. 6)

Cotesia glomerata, Parasite of Imported Cabbageworm  (Vol. III, No. 3)

Parasitism of Imported Cabbageworm  (Vol. II, No. 6)

Controlling Caterpillars on Cabbage and Broccoli  (Vol. II, No. 4)

Publication on Biological Control of Cabbage Insects  (Vol. II, No. 2)

Natural Control of Cabbage Aphid  (Vol. I, No. 3)

Mulching Increases Spider Numbers and Reduces Insect Damage  (Vol. I, No. 4)


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