Midwest Biological Control News

January 1998

Volume V, Number 1

 

Special Purple Loosestrife Issue

This issue of MBCN is focused on purple loosestrife, a beautiful, but noxious introduced
weed that infests many waterways throughout the Midwest and Northeast. Considerable effort
has been devoted to classical biological control of this plant in recent years. Population declines
have been detected in some localized areas due to the impacts of biological control agents being
released and established in these areas. Although purple loosestrife is currently an important
weed pest, hopefully in the future it will be one more good example of successful biological
control.
   Feature Article
         
Biological Control of
         Purple Loosestrife
   Know Your Friends
         
Galerucella Beetles
   Commodity News    News and Reviews:
          Purple Loosestrife
          Bulletins, Video
   Rearing Galerucella  Upcoming Events

 


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