Initial Screening of Little Known Predatory Mites in Brazil as Potential Pest Control Agents
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Pest control by mites Acari : present and future Gerson, U. Additions to the roster of mites that affect pests including weeds and pathogens , and of pests that may be, or are, significantly affected by ABAs, were noted.
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The various pest-debilitating mechanisms used by ABAs, including predation, parasitism, parasitoidism, parasiticcastration, competition as well as reductions in weed and phytopathogenic fungal growth are listed. Theaffected targets include agricultural, veterinary and medical pests, as well as weeds, nematodes and fungi.