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D02.16 - Report on practical compatibility and economic competitiveness of each biological control option with chemical control and with cultural control of WCR. (WP 2 Task 3)

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WU07 D02.16 17OCT07 V01.00 by Emmanuel Muhr — last modified 17-10-2007 14:53
Four main control options can be distinguished for controlling Western corn rootworm, Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte, in Europe: 1) chemical control, 2) WCR-resistant transgenic maize, 3) biological control and 4) cultural control. These control options are not equally available in the EU and thus do not yield the same benefits for farmers. WCR-resistant transgenic maize yields the highest benefits, even so the biological control option is a promising control option for Diabrotica in EU.
WU07 D02.16 28AVR08 V02.00 by Emmanuel Muhr — last modified 26-09-2008 16:30
VERSION 2 ABSTRACT: Four main control options can be distinguished for controlling Western corn rootworm, Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte, in Europe: 1) chemical control, 2) WCR-resistant transgenic maize, 3) biological control and 4) cultural control. These control options are not equally available in the EU and thus do not yield the same benefits for farmers. WCR-resistant transgenic maize yields the highest benefits, even if the biological control option is a promising control option for Diabrotica in EU.
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