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7404. Wakeland, C. and C.W. Hungerford. 1928. Idaho recommendation chart for plant disease and insect control.. ID Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull. #159.
Revised in 1934. Lists control methods available.

8917. Cutler, H.G. (ed.). 1988. Biologically active natural products: potential use in agriculture.. ACS Symposium Series 380. American Chemical Society, Washginton, D.C. 483 pp..
This technical volume highlights the biochemistry of a number of potential compounds derived from microbes, plants, or insects, that may have a role as a pesticide or plant growth regulator. Topics include screening for microbial herbicides, the role of glucosinolates, compounds from sea organisms, and chitin/chitosan products.

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