Symposium: A subterranean challenge - protecting crops from pestilent wireworms
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Elaterid wireworms are serious pests of food crops worldwide, with loss in excess of $100M/yr. Two trends are concurrent with this problem: deregistration of chemical control products, and a 15%/yr growth of the biopesticide market. Wireworm biocontrol research has accompanied this growth and control products are now on the market. The spectrum of wireworm research, internationally, comprises use patterns, ecology, adult targeting, species complexes, edaphic factors, microbiota, and climate change. By sharing this research we can synthesize an understanding of what can further be achieved.
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