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Web URL(s):https://www.turfaustralia.com.au/documents/item/544#page=8
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Author(s):Page, Jessica
Author Affiliation:Entomologist, IPM Technologies
Title:Mastering the management of mites: The levy-funded project, Integrated pest management of Phytophagus mites in turfgrass (TU17003) has been tackling the issues surrounding Phytophagus mites in turf production through an integrated pest management lens
Section:Research & development
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Source:Turf Australia. Winter 2019, p. 8-9.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Richmond, New South Wales, Australia: Turf Australia
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Acaricides; Beneficial insects; Biological control; Control methods; Cultural control; Integrated pest management; Mite control; Pesticide resistance; Phytophagous mites
Language:English
References:0
Note:Includes sidebars, "Key points for mite control", p. 8, "Cultural controls", p. 8, "Grass webbing mites", p. 9, "Tarsonemid kikuyu mites", p. 9, "Eriophyoid couch mites", p. 9, and "False spider mites (tenuipalpids) on couch", p. 9
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Page, J. 2019. Mastering the management of mites: The levy-funded project, Integrated pest management of Phytophagus mites in turfgrass (TU17003) has been tackling the issues surrounding Phytophagus mites in turf production through an integrated pest management lens. Turf Australia. p. 8-9.
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