Insects and Weeds on the Web

I got two great homepages out of the May/June -Organic Gardening on Biological Control Natural Enemies of Vegetable Insect Pests

I also found a good link in the California Cherimoya Association Newsletter toUC Pest Management GuidelinesOver 15yr. of IPM knowledge from University of California at Davis,major pests with color photos,biologies,monitoring methods,and Some ORGANICALLY ACCEPTABLE METHODS and treatment strategies remember organic growers don't need any stinking herbicides or pesticides.

National Biological Control Institute USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

Sustainable Practices for Vegetable Production in the South By Dr. Mary M. Peet - North Carolina State University more IPM than organic but lots of useful information.

Newsletter International Organization for Biological Control

Home Page of the Association of Natural Bio-control Producers

I get my live biological pest control from Rincon-Vitova Insectaries.
For bio-control information and for pictures of pests and their natural enemies I go to Entomology ColoState EDU.

The guide Cornell University biological control

If you want to see some great pictures of beneficial insects go to the Florida Agricultural Information Retrieval System (F.A.I.R.S.) Take a look at their list of www handbooks . Their beneficial insects hand book is great.Beneficial Insects or check out the factsheets and insect pictures from the set produced by the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service - United States Department of Agriculture joint project

For bio-control of tropical pests try: Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Pest Management

Midwestern Wetland FloraField Office Guide to Plant Species:Species List and Identification Key

Weed Images and Descriptions.

Mulch and Mulch-Related Information tryMULCH-BASED AGRICULTURE GROUP

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