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CULT: Biological Pest Control

From: "Ian E. & Shirley Efford" <avocet.intl@sympatico.ca>

I have transferred the following message from Trevor Cole, posted on
alpine-l, to this list as is likely to interest a lot of readers.

"There is an excellent publication put out by the California
environmental Protection Agency called "Suppliers of Beneficial
Organisms in North America" that lists all sorts of parasites and other
good bugs, including nematodes, and who sells them. It even includes
Canadian sources for once. It also includes a list of websites on
Biological control and Integrated pest management.

One free copy per request is available from C.E.P.A., Dept of Pesticide
Regulations, Environmental Monitoring and Pest Management Branch, 1020 N
Street, Room 161, Sacramento CA 95814-5624. Phone (916) 324-4100"

Ian, in Ottawa where we have just received our first micro-sprinkling of

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