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Abstract Red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum Herbst (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) is a prominent pest of stored products particularly cereal flour. Since resistance of this pest to common chemical insecticides is well documented, we were examined the synergistic/antagonistic interaction between...
Abstract The literature on efficacy of plant essential oils and their constituents for the management of Tribolium spp. (T. castaneum and T. confusum), instigating infestation of a variety of stored grains and their products is reviewed here. Both species caused significant losses in the diverse...
Abstract Tomato, the important vegetable crop faces yield loses by foliar disease, Early Blight caused by Alternaria solani and infestation by tobacco cut worm, Spodoptera litura. Synthetic pesticides used for disease and pest control resulted in environmental pollution as well as development of...
Abstract Three biocontrol methods include classical biological control, augmentation and conservation (CBC). Among them, CBC includes different agricultural compatible methods, which try to build up natural enemy populations and consequently improve biological control. Some of the most common...
Abstract Entomopathogenic fungi are among the most successful biocontrol agents for preventing economic loss from insects. The identification of virulent species or isolates, the development of formulation technology and the improvement of efficiency are avenues being pursuing by researchers in...
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