Symposium: Developments in the detection and management of insect pests in plantation forests
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Plantation forests provide a number of ecosystem services and reduce the pressure for wood resources from natural forests, but are threatened by the increasing prevalence and impact of insect pests. Responding to these threats will require the development and implementation of multiple and diverse approaches. Our symposium will provide a platform for discussions on research and management responses to the increasing threat posed by insect pests to plantation forestry. Pitching talks are included to provide an exciting platform for early career and other researchers to participate.
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