Tomato

In Temperature/Humidity Impacts on Greenhouse Mite Predator  (Vol. VII, No. 2)

Colorado Potato Beetle Control in Tomato  (Vol. VII, No. 2)

In Grants Awarded by USDA for Research in 1999  summary # 4 (Vol. VII, No. 1)

In Mechanized Delivery Methods for Field Release of Beneficial Insects  (Vol. VI, No. 9)

In Fungus Traps Plant-Attacking Nematodes  (Vol. VI, No. 6)

In Biological Control at National Entomology and Plant Pathology Meetings summary # 4  (Vol. VI, No. 4)

In UV Light and Yeast Combine to Control Postharvest Storage Rots  (Vol. VI, No. 3)

In Biological Control at National Entomology, Plant Pathology Society Meetings summary # 5  (Vol. VI, No. 1/2)

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

Natural Enemies of Fusarium Wilt of Tomato  (Vol. V, No. 11)

In Feltiella acarisuga, Predator of Spider Mites  (Vol. V, No. 11)

In Genetically Engineering Potatoes to Control Soft Rot  (Vol. V, No. 10)

In Predatory Bugs Prefer Different Crops  (Vol. V, No. 9)

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

In Predator Mites of Spider Mites in Greenhouses  (Vol. V, No. 5)

In A Lady Beetle for Mite Control in Greenhouses  (Vol. V, No. 5)

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

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

In Biological Control at National Entomology Society Meetings summary # 3  (Vol. IV, No. 2)

In IOBC Conference Contributions: Plant Diseases  (Vol. III, No. 12)

Hypoaspis miles, A Predatory Mite  (Vol. III, No. 2)

Encarsia formosa, Whitefly Parasite  (Vol. III, No. 1)

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

600 Attend IPM Conference  (Vol. I, No. 2)


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