Entomopathogenic Bacteria

In Biological Control at National Entomology and Plant Pathology Meetings summary # 11  (Vol. VI, No. 3)

In Japanese Beetle: The Continuing Struggle to Achieve Successful Biological Control  (Vol. V, No. 8)

In Publications on Gypsy Moth Natural Enemies  (Vol. V, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 9  (Vol. V, No. 2)

Bacillus thuringiensis Strain May Enhance Activity of Some Entomopathogenic Nematodes Against White Grubs  (Vol. IV, No. 7)

In Rethinking Approaches to Commercializing Biopesticides  (Vol. IV, No. 6)

In The Status of Biological Control for Insect and Mite Control in the U.S. Greenhouse and Nursery Industry  (Vol. IV, No. 5)

In Augmentation Biological Control in the Home Orchard  (Vol. IV, No. 4)

Straw Mulch and Bt Suppress Colorado Potato Beetle  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In EPA Registers Six New Biological Pesticides in First Quarter of FY97  (Vol. IV, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 7  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 12  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

Formulation Ingredients Can Increase Residual Activity of Bt  (Vol. III, No. 11)

In The Global Scope of Biological Control  (Vol. III, No. 10)

In Gypsy Moth Video  (Vol. III, No. 8)

In The History of Gypsy Moth Control in the United States: A Reflection of Changing Attitudes and Technology  (Vol. III, No. 8)

In Use of Entomopathogenic Nematodes with Selective and Short-residual Insecticides  (Vol. III, No. 7)

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

Integrating Trichograma Wasps and Bt Sprays For Control of European Corn Borer in Sweet Corn  (Vol. III, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 12  (Vol. III, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 16  (Vol. III, No. 3)

In New Congressional Study Evaluates Biological Control  (Vol. III, No. 1)

Can Milky Disease Control Japanese Beetle Grubs in the Field?  (Vol. II, No. 12)

Bt Endotoxins Toxic to Potato Aphid  (Vol. II, No. 12)

Improving Control of Diamondback Moth with Bacillus thuringiensis  (Vol. II, No. 11)

In Biological Control of Stored Product Pests  (Vol. II, No. 10)

Biological Control of Bagworms with Bacillus thuringiensis and Entomophagous Nematodes  (Vol. II, No. 9)

Transgenic Bt-Corn and Predators  (Vol. II, No. 9)

In Host Specificity of Insect Pathogens: Evaluation for Biological Control Programs  (Vol. II, No. 9)

Toxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis to Non-target Lepidoptera in Gypsy Moth Suppression Programs  (Vol. II, No. 8)

The Insect Pathogen Bacillus thuringiensis  (Vol. II, No. 7)

Bt vs. Insecticides for European Corn Borer Control in Whorl Stage Field Corn  (Vol. II, No. 6)

Lady Beetle Predation Not Affected By Bt  (Vol. II, No. 5)

Controlling Leafrollers with Bt  (Vol. II, No. 5)

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

In Using IPM and Biological Control in the Home Garden  (Vol. II, No. 4)

Timing Bacillus thuringiensis var. tenebrionis Applications for Colorado Potato Beetle Control on Potato  (Vol. II, No. 2)

In Biological Control of Mites in Midwest Apple Orchards, Part 4: Approaches to Implementation  (Vol. I, No. 4)

In Augmentation: The Periodic Release of Natural Enemies  (Vol. I, No. 4)

New Bacillus thuringiensis Strain Active Against Corn Rootworms  (Vol. I, No. 3)

In What Is Biological Control?  (Vol. I, No. 1)


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