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What is biological control of invasive plants?
Is biocontrol commonly used to control invasive plants?
Why use biocontrol when other methods to control invasive plants are available?
Is biocontrol safe?
What about the mongoose and other disastrous introductions in Hawaii?
Won't a biocontrol natural predator move on to other plants after killing off its target host plant?
What about the possibility of the natural predator adapting to attack new plants?
What good is biocontrol given the constant onslaught of new invasive species?
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|This page was created on 23 June 2010 by PT, and was last updated on 23 June 2010 by PT.|