The National Research Council's (NRC) Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources invited professional societies associated with agriculture and ecology to participate in a two-day workshop to explore leadership and a common vision for ecologically based pest management (EBPM). These proceedings describe the challenges of and opportunities for EBPM discussed by participants in the workshop.
Table of Contents
|1 Pest Management: An Overview||1-5|
|2 Vision for Pest Management||6-13|
|3 Applying Agroecological Concepts to Development of Ecologically Based Pest Management Strategies||14-19|
|5 Opportunities to Integrate Soil, Crop, and Weed Management in Low-External-Input Farming Systems||26-31|
|6 View of a Microbial Ecologist||32-36|
|7 On the Use of Mathematical Models in Ecological Research: Example from Studies of Insect-Baculovirus Interactions||37-40|
|8 Key Components and Elements Critical to Achieving the Vision: Group Discussion Summary||41-50|
|A Workshop Program||53-56|
|B Program Participants||57-59|
|C Forum Participants||60-64|
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