Symposium: Egg parasitoids in Biological control: old solution for emerging problems
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The importance of egg parasitoids as biological control agents for use in crop protection is widely recognized, as they suppress the host at the egg stage, i.e., before it develops and inflict feeding damages. Nevertheless, there are still constraints that limit their success in classical biological control programmes. By involving researchers working in different fields related to egg parasitoids, the symposium will focus on the current knowledge and future developments of egg parasitoids as biological control agents against several invasive or established pest species.
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