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content material: Chemical and organic brokers in woodland pest administration : ancient review / Virgil H. Freed --
Use of herbicides for commercial woodland crops administration within the southern usa / Larry R. Nelson, Dean H. Gjerstad, and Patrick J. Minogue --
administration of bark beetle populations : impression of manipulating predator cues and different regulate strategies / T. Evan Nebeker, Russell F. Mizell, III, and Norman J. Bedwell --
intercourse pheromones and their strength as keep an eye on brokers for woodland Lepidoptera in japanese Canada / P.J. Silk and L.P.S. Kuenen --
Mass trapping of Ips typographus with pheromone-baited traps / Reidar Lie --
Baculovirus : an enticing organic replacement / Mauro E. Martignoni --
built-in pest administration (IPM) in forestry / John Neisess --
Technological growth in aerial program of insecticides / Robert B. Ekblad and John W. Barry --
actual parameters affecting plane spray program / Norman B. Akesson and Wesley E. Yates --
Deposition of chemical and organic brokers in conifers / John W. Barry --
Droplet deposition and glide in wooded area spraying / Charles J. Wiesner --
Modeling of aerial spray flow and cover penetration / Richard ok. Dumbauld --
Air movement in forested components : impression on aerial software of fabrics / Leo J. Fritschen --
value of volatilization as a pathway for pesticide loss from woodland soils / W.F. Spencer, W.A. Jury, and W.J. Farmer --
Vapor part redistribution of aminocarb and transformation items from leaf surfaces / W.D. Marshall, W.N. xmas, and D.J. Ecobichon --
Implications of pesticide photochemistry in forestry purposes / Donald G. Crosby --
destiny of chemical pesticides in foliage and wooded area clutter / J.A. Armstrong --
destiny of chemical pesticides in aquatic environments : wooded area spraying in Canada / K.M.S. Sundaram, P.D. Kingsbury, and S.B. Holmes --
destiny of fenitrothion in shaded and unshaded ponds / Greg P. Malis and Derek C.G. Muir --
Bioaccumulation of a few forestry insecticides in fish and aquatic vegetation / W.L. Lockhart, D.A. Metner, B.N. Billeck, G.P. Rawn, and D.C.G. Muir --
tracking human publicity in the course of pesticide program within the woodland / T.L. Lavy and J.D. Mattice --
Pesticide waft : toxicological and social results / James M. Witt --
Ecotoxicity of adjuvants utilized in aerial spraying / Pearl Weinberger and R. Greenhalgh --
Environmental impression review of pesticides utilized in Canadian forests / P.D. Kingsbury --
Mount St. Helens : the may well 1980 eruptions and woodland rehabilitation / Jack ok. Winjum --
Use, ecotoxicology, and chance overview of herbicides within the wooded area / Logan A. Norris.
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