Help?! Insect Pest Distributions
Eric J. Gouda
E.J.Gouda at CC.RUU.NL
Wed Oct 18 15:36:14 CDT 1995
I'm not sure if we use this beetle in our Biol. pest control program in the
green-houses of the Utrecht University Botanic Gardens. But ...
We have some very serious troubles with the Biological Pest Control, caused
by tropical ants (a very small orange-brown and a larger black species).
These ants keep away the predators from lices. Does anybody know a solution
for this problem (biological one please)?
Thanks in advance for any help
In message Tue, 17 Oct 1995 11:36:56 -0700,
Larry Bezark <LBezark at SMTP1.CDFA.CA.GOV> writes:
> Dick Penrose and Larry Bezark from the California Department of Food
> and Agriculture are interested in current worldwide distributions for
> agriculturally important insect species.
> Of current interest is the Khapra beetle, Trogoderma granarium. We
> would like to know in which countries this species is established.
> Larry B.
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