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Cornell Community Biological Control Conference

Purpose

This conference brought together members of the Cornell Community (Cornell University, Boyce Thompson Institute and USDA/ARS) and other parties involved with the development, implementation and teaching of biological control. For this Conference, Biological control was defined broadly to encompass natural enemies, engineered plants and organisms, semiochemicals and other biorational tactics. Key national and international speakers complemented those from the Cornell Community to address issues critical to the future of biological control.



Sponsors

National Biological Control Institute
Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station
New York State Integrated Pest Management Program
Cornell Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development
NYS Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) in Biotechnology
Sandoz, Agro., Inc.
Ciba-Geigy Crop Protection

Supporters

Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research
Monsanto
DuPont
biosys
FMC
Merck Research Laboratories



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Biocontrol Conference pages maintained by Tony Shelton
Last modified July 29, 1996.