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Biological Control of Alfalfa Snout Beetle with a multi-species application of locally adapted persistent entomopathogenic nematodes: The first success
Alfalfa snout beetle (ASB), Otiorhynchus ligustici (L.), is a very severe pest of alfalfa, grown in areas of northern New York and southeastern Ontario, Canada, bordering Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. ASB often kills out entire fields in a single year from larval root feeding when populations are high. This parthenogenetic insect was first reported in North America in 1896 in Oswego Co., NY,where it was introduced by the dumping of sailing ballast between 1848 and 1896. ASB wasdoi:10.1093/ae/55.4.250 fatcat:eq2bf6cav5aa7mr7zubwndb6qe