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BIOLOGICAL PEST CONTROL IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

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There has been considerable biological control activity in Southeast Asia, particularly in Malaysia. Largely scientists of British Commonwealth countries performed work. The pests subjected to biological control in Malayasia were exclusively tropical, attacking primarily oil and coconut palms, rubber and cocoa trees and rice, although there has also been some effort against scale insects on citrus.

 

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