decorated boards, 552 pp., $94.95
International biology researchers contribute the latest findings in strategies for the management of arthropod pests inhabiting enclosed structures in this book edited by Kevin Hienz, Roy Van Driesche, and Michael Parrella. Reviewing the current methods of pest control through sustainable methods, the text contains a discussion of the basic principles of biological controls in such environments and the practical aspects of implementing such a program in various situations around the world. This publication should appeal to agricultural professionals, as well as scientists, students, and educators in the field of pest management.
— Marilyn K. Alaimo, garden writer and volunteer, Chicago Botanic Garden