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A pest is a pest is a pest? The dilemma of neotropical leaf-cutting ants: Keystone taxa of natural ecosystems
Leaf-cutting ants of the genera Acromyrmex and Atta are considered the principal polyphagous pests of the Neotropics. Although some members of these genera are of economic importance, have a broad geographic distribution, ...
Controlled release products for managing insect pests.
(Outlooks on Pest Management, 2016., 2016)
Temporal dynamics of diversity in a tropical fruit fly (Tephritidae) ensemble and their implications on pest management and biodiversity conservation
The fact that pests are the most abundant species in agricultural settings has broadly precluded the attention to non-pest species and the study of temporal dynamics of diversity in agroecosystems. Because, agroecosystems ...
Project Climapest - Global climate change impacts on agricultural pests.
(In: International Workshop in Climate Change and Agriculture, 2011, Campinas. Resumos... Campinas: Embrapa Informática Agropecuária, 2011., 2011)
Integrated pest management, semiochemicals and microbial pest-control agents in Latin American agriculture
(ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 2005-07)
Some selected issues regarding integrated pest management (IPM) development and adoption in Latin America are explored in relation to the characteristics of Latin American farmers, and the strategies of donors and practitioners ...
Microbial Control of Structural Insect Pests
Various reasons have prevented the microbial control of structural pests from reaching the commercial development and practical use achieved with agricultural pests. Microbial products have not been very successful on the ...
Implementación de un sistema productivo de yuca (Manihot esculenta Crantz) como modelo alternativo de desarrollo agrícola en el municipio de Tibú, Norte de Santander
(Universidad de La Salle. Facultad de Ciencias Agropecuarias. Ingeniería Agronómica, 2017)
Host-symbiont interactions for potentially managing heteropteran pests.
(Psyche, Cambridge, v. 2012, 269473, 9 p., 2012., 2012)