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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Greenhouse IPM: Sustainable Whitefly Control (Summary)

Greenhouse IPM: Sustainable Whitefly Control


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By Lane Greer

Published 2000

Updated 2000

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12 pages


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Introduction

This publication focuses on integrated pest management for greenhouse whitefly on both vegetable and ornamental crops. It is designed to complement the ATTRA publication Integrated Pest Management for Greenhouse Crops, which discusses techniques for good greenhouse supervision. Monitoring of whiteflies, biological controls, biopesticides, and insect growth regulators are discussed below. The appendices include information on the newest biopesticides and biological control organisms.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Crop Scouting and Trapping
Biological Control
Biorational Pesticides
Insect Growth Regulators
Controlled Atmosphere
References
Web Sites
Suppliers
Appendix 1: Beneficial Organisms
Appendix 2: Biorational Pesticides

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