Symposium: IPM Tools in the context of invasive species
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Invasive species doesn't get more current (Fall Armyworm marching through Africa and now Asia). IPM tools are constantly changing, but none are more controversial than GM methods such at Bt corn and cotton and attendant problems with them. There is now a wild new method of releasing predatory beetles from drone at remote locations to control weeds. The idea for this symposium stems from ECE2018 just completed in Naples Italy, and an emergency meeting in Pakistan Dec 2016 on dealing with pink bollworm resistance to Bt cotton causing 33% loss of cotton in 2015.
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