The distribution and importance of arthropod pests and weeds of agriculture and forestry plantations in southern China

Date released
14 January 1997
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D F Waterhouse



The use of naturally occurring enemies to control native insects continues to be a dominating influence on biological control in China today. This publication provides, for the first time, comprehensive data about major insects and weeds in southern China, a working base from which scientists may initiate projects on classical biological control against a number of important pests and weeds.