Book Review: Cloyd RA. 2016. Greenhouse Pest Management
This book claims to be “the first comprehensive book on managing greenhouse arthropod pests.” Indeed, it treats the major tenets of integrated pest management, namely pest identification, scouting, cultural control and sanitation, physical control, pesticides, and biological control. The target audience is stated to be everyone from students and hobbyists to crop consultants and researchers.
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