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Control Mechanisms

Outlines biological, chemical, and mechanical control methods for invasive microbial species. See Manager's Tool Kit - Control Mechanisms for general resources and other species.

Mosquito Control and West Nile Virus
Environmental Protection Agency.

Plant Disease Management Reports
Plant Management Network.
The 2008 version of Plant Disease Management Reports (vol. 2) is now available. The report contains over 500 searchable entries concerning the use and effectiveness of fungicides and nematicides, resistant (plant) varieties, and other methods that defend against row and horticultural crop disease.

Pesticides Used to Control West Nile Virus
DHHS. National Library of Medicine. Environmental Health & Tolxicology.

Using Foliar Fungicides to Manage Soybean Rust
Ohio State University; Land Grant Universities.

West Nile Virus
Oregon State University. National Pesticide Information Center.

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