Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 220-221 (Convention Center, Second Floor)

Progress and Success in Use of Insects for Biological Control of Exotic Invasive Weeds in North America

Projectionist(s): Jack DeLoach
Moderator(s): Ernest S. Delfosse
8:00 AM0921Measuring success of biological weed control: Thinking outside the plant
Kevin J. Hackett, Ernest S. Delfosse
8:30 AM0922Biological control of yellow starthistle and spotted and diffuse knapweeds
Lincoln Smith
8:50 AM0923Saltcedar biological control: Controversy and success of first released agent
Jack DeLoach
9:10 AM0924Control of purple loosestrife on a landscape scale in the Western U.S
Debra Eberts
9:30 AM0925Implementation of a field bindweed biological control program with Aceria malherbae
Gerald J. Michels
9:50 AM0926Biological control of leafy spurge: East or West, flea beetles are best?
Richard Hansen
10:10 AM0927Progress in biological control of Brazilian peppertree and tropical soda apple
James P. Cuda, Julio C. Medal
10:30 AM0928Biological control of forest weeds in Hawaii
Julie Denslow
10:50 AM0929Recent progress in biological control of weeds in Canada
Alec McClay
11:10 AM0930Progress on biological control of Melaleuca and prospects for new waterhyacinth control agents
Ted D. Center
11:25 AM0931Biological control of old world climbing ferns
Robert W. Pemberton
11:35 AM0932Biological control of giant salvinia in the U.S
Phil Tipping
11:45 AM0933Use of insect biological control agents for the management of hydrilla
Michael J. Grodowitz

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