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Quality control requirements for pest biological control agents

by Marilyn Y. Steiner

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Published by Alberta Environmental Centre in Vegreville, AB .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alberta.,
  • Alberta
    • Subjects:
    • Greenhouse plants -- Diseases and pests -- Biological control -- Alberta.,
    • Arthropod pests -- Biological control -- Alberta.,
    • Arthropoda as biological pest control agents -- Alberta.,
    • Biological pest control agents industry -- Alberta -- Quality control.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMarilyn Steiner.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB608.G82 S84 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 112 p., [23] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages112
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1208749M
      ISBN 100773260315
      LC Control Number94204194

      The control of ants has focused on classical biological control agents used outdoors. Structural termite control has benefited little from work in agricultural systems, and doubts persist as to whether microbial control in structures can be successful. Biological control, the use of living organisms as pest control agents, has enjoyed varying popularity in the past, but today is well established as an important component of IPM.

        Re: Pest Control procedure requirements??? We are using an ISO certified pest control contractor. He provided the material-safety data sheets (MSDS) for each chemical he intended to use, and we performed our risk assessment with his assistance. The chemicals he uses are not harmful, hence we do not have any risk. Laboratory Quality Management System 5 Foreword Achieving, maintaining and improving accuracy, timeliness and reliability are major challenges for health laboratories.

        Biological control of pest 1 2. “The use of living organisms to suppress the population of a specific pest organism, making it less abundant or less damaging than it would otherwise be” 2 3. Natural enemies are living organisms that: Kill pests Decrease pest reproductive potential Compete with pest organisms for use of your plants. 3.   Biological Pest Control. The biological control minimizes the environmental, legal & public safety concerns, Integrated pest control uses the bio-agents in combination with the other measures, The biological control agents are called the bio-agents, leave behind no long-lasting residues which remain in the environment, They don’t leach into the groundwater or create the .


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Steiner, Marilyn Y. Alberta Environmental Centre. If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author information. Cited by: The use of biological control agents has been increasing worldwide and there are now many companies mass-producing such organisms, particularly for the control of insect pests.

However, there is a great need for quality control in the production and use of these natural enemies, which include insect parasitoids and predators, fungi and viruses/5(2). Biological control or biocontrol is a method of controlling pests such as insects, mites, weeds and plant diseases using other organisms.

It relies on predation, parasitism, herbivory, or other natural mechanisms, but typically also involves an active human management can be an important component of integrated pest management (IPM) programs.

There are three basic strategies for. The use of biological control agents has been increasing worldwide and there are now many companies mass-producing such organisms, particularly for the control of insect pests.

However, there is a great need for quality control in the production and use of these natural enemies, which include insect parasitoids and predators, fungi and viruses. This book. importance of quality control to check commercially pro-duced beneficials for use in biological control of pests.

Applying such measures can prevent failures in the practi-cal application of biological control agents, which would otherwise discredit such pest management programs.

It is true that all companies should apply quality control pro. It affects the product quality. Biological control agents don’t destroy pest completely. It is effective only for large-scale usage. Keeping in mind above-mentioned merits and demerits, it is advisable to approach professional pest control services if you face pest infestation in your house.

9 Biological Control and Integrated Pest Management Pest Resistance Although importation biocontrol has been practiced for more than years, there has only been one documented case of a target pest developing resistance to a biological control agent.

The introduced larch sawfly, Pristophora erichsonii. This book contains 20 chapters, divided into 6 sections. The first section discusses the development of quality control for natural enemies. The second section consists of chapters dealing with background information on sources of variation in foraging behaviour that are regularly encountered, but not understood and often misinterpreted in mass rearing.

biological control agents. In the first part of the book, an overview on existing regu-lation requirements and the general practice in OECD countries is summarised and policy aspects are reviewed and discussed.

In the second part of the book, informa-tion on benefits and risks of the different biological control agents are reviewed by. How to Check the Quality of Biological Control Agents.

clear plastic containers with tight lids, plastic bags, vials or petri dishes • Fine paint brush • Record book. Reputable suppliers of biological controls usually include % more insects or mites an extension agent or pest. Problems relating to the nature of the product point to the need for a team approach.

The marketing team should consist of producers, researchers, sales people, distributors, advertisers, and extension agents familiar with, and committed to, the concept of biological pest management.

The use of biological control agents has been increasing worldwide and there are now many companies mass-producing such organisms, particularly for the control of insect pests. However, there is a great need for quality control in the production and use of these natural enemies, which include insect parasitoids and predators, fungi and viruses.

Quality control and production of biological control agents: theory and testing procedures. Description This book contains 20 chapters, divided into 6 sections. Classical biological control agents introduced into the Pacific Northwest for the management of weeds and the general role of each biocontrol species.

HIGHLIGHTED SPECIES (GREY) ARE NOT APPROVED BY USDA-APHIS FOR INTER-STATE COLLECTION AND RE-DISTRIBUTION. not most, of the data requirements and evaluation criteria are not relevant to biological pest control agents (e.g.

the data requirements for chemical identity are not relevant for a microorganism but appropriate studies on taxonomy are critical). Further, the level of risk.

It explains how biological control procedures can be improved, covers methods for selecting pesticide-resistant strains of natural enemies, and looks at methods for maintaining genetic diversity and quality control during the rearing of biological control agents in the laboratory.

The book also provides information regarding the application of. The Biological Control of Pests Research Unit (BCPRU); whose main mission is the development of biological and biorational (i.e., having a minimal disruptive influence upon the environment and its inhabitants) components for sustainable and environmentally compatible pest management; is comprised of 10 scientists and 16 support personnel.

In this section, the topic in biological control of pests considered. will take place. There has been an increased interest in biological control agents in last decade. More number of biocontrol agents was screened for their efficacy and environmental impact including mammalian safety.

Biological control 1. ZARREENA SIDDIQUI MSc. III SEM MBM D/OAGRICULTURAL MICROBIOLOGY 2. Term biological pest control first used by Harry Scott Smith at the meeting of the American association of economic entomologists at California The first report of the use of an insect control an insect pest comes from Nan Fang Cao Mu Zhuang (Plants of .Get this from a library!

Quality control and production of biological control agents: theory and testing procedures. [J C van Lenteren;] -- "The use of biological control agents has been increasing worldwide and there are now many companies mass-producing such organisms, particularly for the control of insect pests.

However, there is a.