PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 7 Issue 4, 1992

 

Contents

 

Invited editorial

Status of research on bioherbicides.

David O. TeBeest.

142

Papers from an International workshop on: Realizing the potential of bioherbicides, February 1992, Orange, Australia.

Mass-production of fungi for bioherbicides.

Louise Morin.

143

Some "orphaned” mycoherbicides and their potential for development.

George E. Templeton.

149

Directions for bioherbicide research in Australia.

R.W. Medd.

151

Bioherbicides for forestry – development of some procedures for bioassay of phytotoxins.

Raj Prasad.

154

Commensalism to synergism – the potential role for biological combinations in bioherbicides.

E.J. Cother.

157

Formulation of biopesticides.

Bruce Auld.

160

The application of mycoherbicides.

Trevor Klein.

161

Mycoherbicidal control of Rottboellia cochinchinensis: a viable alternative?

Carol A. Ellison.

163

Risk assessment: determining genetic relatedness and potential asexual gene exchange in biocontrol fungi.

G.J. Weidemann.

166

Abstracts from workshop.

169

Research reports

A comparison of surfactants to aid control of gorse and scotch broom with herbicides.

John M. Balneaves.

174

Insecticidal control of eggfruit caterpillar Sceliodes cordalis (Doubleday) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in eggplant.

I.R. Kay and J.D. Brown.

178

Allelopathy: a possible contributor to yield decline in sugar cane.

John V. Lovett and Alan P. Hurney.

180

Evaluation of cold temperature and hot water dipping for postharvest disinfestation of citrus from Fuller's rose weevil (Asyrioriychus cervinus (Boheman)) eggs (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).

M.E. Edwards, G.A. Buchanan, S. Predebon, M. Pywell and J.M. Hawtin.

183