alexa Insecticide Resistance in Natural Enemies - Seeking for Integration of Chemical and Biological Controls

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Insecticide Resistance in Natural Enemies - Seeking for Integration of Chemical and Biological Controls

Integration of natural enemies and pesticides for pest control in agroecosystems has been a core component of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) since the concept was first coined. but it has rarely been achieved due to obvious incompatibilities.

Citation: Torres JB (2012) Insecticide Resistance in Natural Enemies - Seeking for Integration of Chemical and Biological Controls. J Biofert Biopest 3:e104.

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