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- Cavin, Craig, et al. Show all 17 Authors
- Tunisian journal of plant protection 2011 v.6 no.1 pp. 49-74
- USDA; biological control; ecosystems; farmers; funding; herbicide resistance; indigenous species; international cooperation; invasive species; mycoherbicides; natural enemies; new order; organic production; plant pathogens; rangelands; scientists; turkeys; weed control; weeds; Greece; Russia; Tunisia; United States
- ... In the U.S., introduced invasive weeds have catastrophic effects on agricultural, aquatic, rangeland, riparian, and natural ecosystems. In the latter three ecosystems the only economically feasible means for controlling these weeds is often classical biological control through the introduction of natural enemies, including plant pathogens, from areas where the weed species are native and naturally ...