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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1979 Integrated Control Procedures for Nursery Pest Management

Integrated Control Procedures for Nursery Pest Management

Accelerated emphasis on field forestation in the United States is placing increased emphasis on nursery seedling production with corresponding increases in nursery construction, seedling species, and nursery sites. These conditions combine to promote a wider variety and higher intensity of nursery pest problems. An integrated control approach, consisting of a concerted harmonious combination of preventive, cultural, biological, and chemical procedures, represents the most effective and efficient means of nursery pest management.

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Author(s): Charles E. Cordell

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1979

Event: Northeastern Area Nurserymen's Conference
1979 - Bloomington, IN

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