PEST - A....

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A. http://www.urbanforestrysouth.org/resources/library/landscape-     pests-integrated-pest-management-strategies-for-controlling-the- dastardly-dozen/   B. The purpose of this site is to describe the common pests that attack  trees. It goes over a list of groups and identifies them on what they  are, what they do, and what plants they affect. By obtaining  knowledge on them, the site also goes on how to manage these  pests through integrated pest management strategies. C. The strategies that they discussed included managing pests  mechanically. This included using water pressure from the garden  hose. Other strategies included using biological tools to manage  pests. This included using other insects to prey on the pests and  chemical bacterial sprays.  D. There are several pros and cons for each strategy.  Pros: Non-Invasive strategies through mechanical practice on hose 
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2011 for the course ACCTG 201 taught by Professor Wasson during the Spring '03 term at San Diego State.

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