Handbook of Forage and Rangeland Insects is a comprehensive text that examines agricultural pest management from all angles – magnifying practical field strategies for growers, updating growers on the latest protection techniques, and preventing needless crop loss as a result of outdated pest control procedures.
Forage and rangeland crops harbor a wide variety of injurious and beneficial arthropods. Handbook of Forage and Rangeland Insects will help individuals (producers, land managers, consultants, extension personnel, researches, teachers, and students) to identify these arthropods and to outline methods for the management of both beneficial and harmful species.
"The volume will greatly benefit farmers, extension agents, pest control operators, and research scientists seeking an excellent reference on this subject."
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How to Use This Handbook
Forage and Rangeland Production
Important Grasses and Legumes
Ecology and Physiology of Forage Crops
Arthropods and Their Management
Injury Caused by Arthropod Pests
Integrated Pest Management
Identification of Arthropods and Diagnosis of Injury
Key to Pest Injury
Key to Arthropod Pests
Grasshoppers and Crickets
Leafhoppers and Planthoppers
Weevils and Root Borers
Flower and Seed Feeders
Seed Chalcid Wasps
Natural Enemies of Insects
Lady Beetle Predators
True Bug Predators
Weed Biological Control Agents
Sources of Local Information
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