Symposium: Biological controllers and the international trade of vegetables and fresh products
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The world demand for fresh fruits and vegetables promotes the development of many countries. Along with these can come phytophagous pests and exotic biological control agents capable of reproducing and establishing themselves, hence the importance of the subject (interceptions of biological controllers) and the need to know the points of view, advances and positions of international experts
that will help to establish concepts, initiate research that contributes to making fair technical decisions and does not discourage the use of biological controllers.
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