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Applying Biological Control Methods For Weed Management – MSU Weed Post

Sunday, December 30th, 2012

Biological control agents are organisms (e.g. insects, nematodes or fungi) that can be used to manage large weed populations. Typically these organisms are natural enemies of the target species in their native continent and are introduced to their new range following testing to ensure they do not harm non-target plants. Biocontrol agents have been approved and released for several weed species in Montana. Download the complete post to find out the ins and outs of biocontrol from beginning to end.

This publication is produced by Montana State University Extension and the Montana Noxious Weed Education Campaign


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