Table of contents for Areawide pest management : theory and implementation / edited by Opender Koul, Gerrit Cuperus and Norman Elliott.

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1. General Introduction to Areawide Pest Management
2. History and Ecological Basis
4. Dispersal and Migration of Insects and Their Importance in Pest Management
5. A Landscape Perspective in Managing Vegetation for Beneficial Plant-Pest-Natural Enemy Interactions
6. Social and Economic Aspects
7. Environmental Monitoring
8. The Role of Databases
9. Codling Moth Areawide Integrated Pest Management
10. Corn Rootworm Areawide Pest Management in the Mid-Western United States
11. Grape Areawide Pest Management in Italy
12. Stored-Grain Insect Areawide Integrated Pest Management
13. Aphid Alert: How it Came to be, What it Achieved, and Why it Proved Unsustainable
14. Areawide Suppression of Fire Ants
15. Saltcedar Areawide Pest Management in the Western United States
16. The Hawaii Fruit Fly Areawide Pest Management Program
17. Areawide Pest Management for Non-Rice Food Crops in Southeast Asia
18. Areawide Rice Insect Pest Management: A Perspective of Experiences in Asia
19. Areawide Pest Management of Cereal Aphids in Dryland Wheat Systems of the Great Plains
20. Boll Weevil Eradication, An Areawide Pest Management Effort
21. Current Approaches to Areawide Integrated Pest Management, Obstacles and Future Directions

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Pests -- Integrated control.