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May/June 2015 Volume 57 Number 3

Publication Date: 2015-05-15
Focus of this issue
  • International News in Brief
  • Association News
  • Special feature: Invasive Pests
Articles Index
  • UK CPA calls on new government to support sustainable intensification
  • New US conference focuses on technology solutions for pest management
  • Copa-Cogeca warns of black spot spread
  • Dee is new face at leading trade body
  • NPMA celebrates Academy’s 20th anniversary Vegas-style
  • Korean Pest Control Association visit China and runs national training progammes
  • TOPPS water protection trainings in Italy
  • Premier amenity event at premier location
  • Cabbage Skunk weed (Lysichitum americanum) in wet woodlands: biology; invasiveness and control in the UK  .....  Graham Matthews and Andrea Berardi
  • Mango Pulp Weevil (Sternochetus frigidus): An invasive species with economic significance in the Philippines.  .....  Partho Dhang
  • Facing up to alien invasive animals in Europe  .....  Clive Boase
  • Combating the global spread of invasive species  .....  Arne Witt
  • Oak processionary moth is poised to invade the wider UK  .....  Terry Mabbett
  • Understanding essential quality characteristics of mattress and box spring bed bug encasements  .....  Gary Goldberg
  • European Mosquito Control Association gathers in Valencia  .....  Rubén Bueno Marí
  • Worldwide US Military experts discuss pest management strategies
  • Pesticide plan hailed as positive news for the industry
  • Ant finally….anyone for ant-flavoured gin?
  • An evaluation of the costs of pest wasps (Vespula species) in New Zealand  .....  Peter MacIntyre and John Hellstrom
  • PestEx 2015 hailed as record success
  • IPC-PestEx poster competition
  • Sap-sucking insects save livelihoods in Kenya
  • Stewardship is vital to sustaining product choice  .....  Rob de Vries
  • New fireblight early warning service in UK
  • Weed scientists offer new definition for “Superweed”
  • Could traditional plants hold the secret to saving crops from pests?  .....  Rachel Cernansky
  • Books: Biosecurity Surveillance: Quantitative Approaches
  • International Pest Control calendar of events
May/June 2015 Volume 57 Number 3

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International Pest Control (IPC) is an independent, bi-monthly magazine now in it’s 56th year of publication. It is the leading magazine in the world dealing with all aspects of pest prevention and eradication. 

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.

It is published in the interest of everyone concerned with the control of infestation of all types – in agriculture; in food manufacturing, storage and distribution; in domestic, commercial and industrial premises. 

IPC keeps its readers informed of trends in new techniques, new chemicals, new products, and new methods of applying existing remedies – these are the practical tools of the pest control industry the world over. 

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