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Natural enemies of almond pests in Australia, and the potential for a biocontrol program

Publication date: 21 December 2018

This report identifies beneficial biological agents that could be used to tackle the problem of insect pests and the damage they cause almond crops, both in the orchard and after harvest. The work is based on existing knowledge as well as a field trial in Australia. 

This resource was produced as part of the Hort Innovation Almond Fund project An integrated pest management program for the Australian almond industry (AL16009).

Natural enemies of almond pests in Australia, and the potential for a biocontrol program
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