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A Bioeconomic Analysis of Site-Specific Management for Weed Control

Ground beetles as weed control agents: effects of farm management on granivory

Biology of Stethynium sp. (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae), a Native Parasitoid of an Introduced Weed Biological Control Agent

Controlling the Weed Nuisance in Turn-of-the-Century American Cities

The role of plant–microbiome interactions in weed establishment and control

Ecophysiological responses of a young blue gum (Eucalyptus globulus) plantation to weed control

Impacts of a native parasitic plant on an introduced and a native host species: implications for the control of an invasive weed

Environmental control of reproductive phenology and the effect of pollen supplementation on resource allocation in the cleistogamous weed, Ruellia nudiflora (Acanthaceae)

Prerelease Assessment of Impact on Biomass Production of an Invasive Weed, Lygodium microphyllum (Lygodiaceae: Pteridophyta), by a Potential Biological Control Agent, Floracarus perrepae (Acariformes: Eriophyidae)

Biology, Rearing, and Preliminary Evaluation of Host Range of Two Potential Biological Control Agents for Mile-a-Minute Weed, Polygonum perfoliatum L.

Parasitoids Attacking Larvae of a Recently Introduced Weed Biological Control Agent, Neomusotima conspurcatalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae): Key to Species, Natural History, and Integrative Taxonomy

Follow-up Methods for Bracken Control Following an Initial Glyphosate Application: The Use of Weed Wiping, Cutting and Reseeding

Early weed control can increase long-term growth, yield and carbon sequestration of Sitka spruce stands in Britain

Herbivore Adaptations to a Low-Nutrient Food: Weed Biological Control Specialist Spodoptera pectinicornis (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Fed the Floating Aquatic Plant Pistia stratiotes


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The process of reducing the growth of weeds to an acceptable level, for aesthetic, economic, public health, or other benefits.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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