Enhancing biological control habitat management to promote natural enemies of agricultural pests this book contains 15 chapters written by experts from all over the world chapters cover habitat modification in such areas as fields orchards vineyards field perimeters including hedges and other uncultivated areas. Buy enhancing biological control habitat management to promote natural enemies of agricultural pests by charles h pickett isbn 9780520213623 from amazons book store everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The item enhancing biological control habitat management to promote natural enemies of agricultural pests charles h pickett robert l bugg editors represents a specific individual material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in brigham young university. Habitat management a form of conservation biological control is an ecologically based approach aimed at favoring natural enemies and enhancing biological control in agricultural systems the goal of habitat management is to create a suitable ecological infrastructure within the agricultural landscape to provide resources such as food for adult natural enemies alternative prey or hosts and . Biological control through habitat management leads to sustainable insect pest control different types of land composition such as multiple landscapes patchiness of landscapes enhance the natural enemies which ultimately lead to control of insect pest plant characteristics such as flower shape flower color and blooming period ensures excess food for natural enemies like nectar and pollen
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