Review of biological controls for weeds marks shift to more strategic approach

Efforts to control Japanese knotweed, Himalayan Balsam, bracken and water fern by with biological controls are reviewed in a new research paper Weed biological control in the European Union: from serendipity to strategy, by Richard (Dick) Shaw et al in the BioControl journal.

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