PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 12 Issue 2, 1997

 

Contents

 

St. John’s wort: Hypericum perforatum L. Integrated control and management workshop

St. John’s wort: Introduction.

R.H. Groves.  Abstract

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History of the introduction and spread of St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum L.) in Australia.

J.A. Harris and A.M. Gill.  Abstract

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St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) in Western Australia.

Jonathan Dodd and John K. Scott.  Abstract

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Population dynamics of St. John’s wort in south-eastern Australia.

D.T. Briese.  Abstract

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Variation in Hypericum perforatum L. (St. John’s wort) in New South Wales.

M.H. Campbell, C.E. May, I.A. Southwell, J.D. Tomlinson and P.W. Michael.   Abstract

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Evidence for resistance in Hypericum perforatum to a biological control agent, the eriophyid mite Aculus hyperici.

P.W. Jupp, D.T. Briese and J.M. Cullen.  Abstract

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Genetic variability of Hypericum perforatum L. (Clusiaceae) and the detection of resistance to the biological control agent Aculus hyperici Liro (Eriophyidae).

G.M. Mayo and R.T. Roush.  Abstract

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Biological control of St. John’s wort: past, present and future.

D.T. Briese.  Abstract

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The potential of fungal pathogens to control Hypericum species in Australia.

D.A. McLaren, E. Bruzzese and I.G. Pascoe.  Abstract

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Redistribution and present status of the mite Aculus hyperici for the control of St. John’s wort, Hypericum perforatum, in Australia.

F.A. Mahr, R.M. Kwong, D.A. McLaren and P.W. Jupp.  Abstract

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Biological control of St. John’s wort in New Zealand.

Pauline Syrett.  Abstract

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Effects of Hypericum spp. (St. John’s wort) on animal health and production.

C.A. Bourke.  Abstract

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Improving herbicide effectiveness on Hypericum perforatum L. (St. John’s wort) and replacing it with pastures sown on non-arable land.

M.H. Campbell and H.I. Nicol.  Abstract

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Control of Hypericum perforatum L. (St. John’s wort) by grazing management.

M.H. Campbell.  Abstract

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St. John’s wort experiences at Birnam Wood.

Richard Arnott.  Abstract

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Hypericum: current control strategies in the Australian Capital Territory.

D. Busby.  Abstract

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Hypericum in National Parks: current control strategies in New South Wales.

R. Knutson.  Abstract

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Towards the integration of control methods for St. John’s wort: Workshop summary and recommendations.

J.M. Cullen, D.T. Briese and R.H. Groves.  Abstract

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Workshop participants.

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