By: RL Metcalf and RA Metcalf
1104 pages, B/w photos, illus
Described as the bible of economic entomology, this book describes and gives life-histories of more than 600 important insect pests of North America. It also includes: field keys for species identification; properties and uses of pesticides; microbial insecticides, attractants, and repellants; comprehensive coverage of biological control, chemical ecology, and host-plant resistance; together with references and illustrations.
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