PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 9 Issue 2, 1994

 

Contents

 

Invited Editorial

Elm leaf beetle management – the California experience.

Donald L. Dahlsten.

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Elm leaf beetle management symposium

Elm leaf beetle life history and distribution in southern Victoria.

Raelene M. Kwong and Ross P. Field.

43

Biological control of the elm leaf beetle.

Ross P. Field and Raelene M. Kwong.

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Carbaryl trunk banding for control of elm leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in Victoria.

Raelene M. Kwong and Ross P. Field.

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Elm leaf beetle control using the biological insecticide, Novodor® (Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. tenebrionis).

Andrew J. Wells, Raelene M. Kwong and Ross Field.

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City of Melbourne's approach to elm tree management.

Peter Yau.

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Getting the message across to the community.

Anne Latreille.

57

Dutch elm disease – contingency plan.

Peter Jenkins.

59

Research reports

Broomrape (Orobanche spp.) is a threat to broadleaved crops in Australia.

R.J. Carter and D.A. Cooke.

61

Biological control of the native shrubs Cassinia spp. using the native scale insects Austrotachardia sp. and Paratachardina sp. (Hemiptera: Kerriidae) in New South Wales.

M.H. Campbell, R.H. Holtkamp, L.H. McCormick, P.J. Wykes, J.F. Donaldson, P.J. Gullan and P.S. Gillespie.

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Discussion of the extent of Australian ecological and economic data on weeds.

R.D. Cousens and R.W. Medd.

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The cost of parthenium weed to the Queensland cattle industry.

J.F. Chippendale and F.D. Panetta.

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An overview of a new technique in Orobanche control.

Abdur-Rahman Saghir.

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