PPQ

 

Plant Protection Quarterly

 
Volume 15 Issue 1, 2000

 

Contents

 

Research reports

Development of resistance in Achatina fulica Fer. and Bradybaena similaris Fer. towards metaldehyde.

S. Salmijah, M.K. Chan, B.H. Kong, A. Maimon and B.S. Ismail.  Abstract

2

Effects of soil disturbance and weed removal on germination within woodlands infested by boneseed (Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. monilifera).

P.B. Thomas, H. Possingham and R. Roush.  Abstract

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Biological control of Carduus pycnocephalus and C. tenuiflorus using the rust fungus Puccinia cardui-pycnocephali.

J.J. Burdon, P.H. Thrall, R.H. Groves and P. Chaboudez.  Abstract

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Horehound workshop

Horehound (Marrubium vulgare): a comparison between European and Australian populations.

John Weiss and Jean-Louis Sagliocco.  Abstract

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The insect fauna associated with horehound (Marrubium vulgare L.) in western Mediterranean Europe and Morocco: potential for biological control in Australia.

Jean-Louis Sagliocco.  Abstract

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The release and establishment of two biological control agents of horehound (Marrubium vulgare L.) in south-eastern Australia.

Emma Wills.  Abstract

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Biological control of horehound: lessons from South Australia.

C.R. Clarke, J. Baker, M.A. Keller and R.T. Roush.  Abstract

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Progress on the rearing, release and establishment of the horehound plume moth, Wheeleria spilodactylus (Curtis), for the biological control of horehound in Tasmania.

J.E. Ireson, R.J. Holloway and W.S. Chatterton.  Abstract

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Mating behaviour of horehound plume moth: implications for Allee effects.

Megan Leyson and Michael Keller.  Abstract

36

Integration of herbicide treatments with the plume moth for horehound control.

N. Ainsworth and C. Morris.  Abstract

37

Integrated management of horehound (Marrubium vulgare L.) in Wyperfeld National Park.

John Weiss and Emma Wills.  Abstract

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Outcomes from the horehound workshop.

John Weiss and Emma Wills.  (No abstract)

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Book review

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