Throughout the world, there is a need to manage pests in both semi-natural and plantation forests. The sustainable management and control of forest pests depends on the development of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programmes. A central theme of this book is an examination of the ecological context of the major components of IPM and how and when to apply them in the management of forest pests. The book focuses predominantly on insect pests, but many examples relate to fungal pathogens, some of which are vectored by forest insects. While most examples are from temperate regions, the critical analysis of IPM is relevant to forests world-wide. The book is aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students of applied entomology and ecology, forestry, agro-forestry, conservation biology and environmental sciences. It will also be of value to managers of IPM programmes in agriculture as well as forestry.Burdon, R. D. (1999). Riskamanagement issues for genetia cally engineered forest trees. New Zealand ... The history of the vedalia beetle importation to California and its impact on the development of biological control. Annual Review ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ecological Methods in Forest Pest Management|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press on Demand - 2005|