Edited By: Trevor Lewis
740 pages, 7 col plates, illus, figs, tabs
Comprehensive treatise on thrips as crop pests, bringing together a vast amount of modern work set against a wealth of background knowledge covering basic biology, ecology, applied science and pest control.
"The first chapters of this book provide the basic biology, structure and behavior of thrips, particularly pest species. Chapters 7-12 concentrate on population biology and ecology. The articles pertaining to worldwide IPM of thrips, namely Integrated Pest Management in Field Crops, Tree Crops, Glasshouses, and Chemical Control, reflect the state of the art." --IPM Practitioner
"Thrips as Crop Pests is a compendium of 18 chapters on basic biology, research methods, and management of thrips, those minute, haplodiploid, mostly plant-feeding insects that are useful for addressing fundamental questions in biology, but extremely injurious to a tremendous diversity of crops and trees worldwide. . . . Lewis has chosen the contributors wisely, as the chapters are consistently of high quality, comprehensive, and authoritative. . . . This book should be considered essential for all workers studying the biology and management of thrips. Its value rests in drawing together fecund, diverse a
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