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November/December 2014 – Vol56, Nr.6

Publication Date: 2014-11-15
Focus of this issue
  • International Pest News
  • Association News
  • Special Feature: Agricultural Innovation
  • Focus on Public Health
  • Focus on Agriculture
  • Focus on Amenity
  • Focus on Forestry & Plantations
  • Book Reviews
  • International Pest Control calendar of events
Articles Index
  • Koppert announce new R&D centre, innovation award and country expansion
  • Four into one does go – if you are a fruit fly
  • Bayer CropScience opens weed resistance center
  • CABI to speak at Economist’s ‘Feeding the World’ conference
  • Israel’s Evogene expands crop protection activities
  • Monkey malaria now dominant cause of human malaria in Malaysia
  • Brandenburg supports IPC-BPCA poster competition
  • End of an era for rodent management?
  • World’s largest rat eradication project
  • International News in Brief
  • Record breaking exhibit hall at NPMA PestWorld 2014
  • National pollinator strategy welcomed
  • ECPA partners 2014 Congress of European Farmers
  • Inaugural NPMA PestWorld Global Ambassador Awards
  • It’s time to put a fresh perspective on pesticides
  • CEPA and NPMA June meeting outline programme
  • Community action by Korean pest contro
  • Investing in agricultural innovation  .....   – Martin Redbond
  • Soft chemistry for nematode control   .....  – Dr Terry Mabbett
  • Innovativon in the control of Rhynchophorus ferrugineus, Red Palm Weevil  .....  – Beth Roberts and Dr Shakir Al-Zaidi
  • Innovation in agricultural adjuvants: indispensable in agrochemicals marke
  • Reducing drift with innovative electrostatic spraying system
  • Detection of pathogens and characterization of viruses carried by rats in New York city  .....   – Cadhla Firth
  • Sumitomo announce new mode of action insecticide product for mosquito control
  • The BCPC Weeds Review 2014  .....  – Graham Matthews
  • BCPC Congress concludes that over-precaution in regulation is threatening EU innovation  .....  – Graham Matthews
  • Demon and killer shrimps invade Britain
  • Staying in control
  • Copper bottomed control for Asia’s ‘King of Fruits’  .....  - Dr Terry Mabbett
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Because pests recognize no national boundaries, these problems are approached increasingly from an international perspective. IPC provides authoritative reviews of pest control developments worldwide, with news, articles, reviews, features and comments.

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