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Biology and ecology of organisms for biological control, and various facets of their use including biological contributions to integrated pest management (IPM), such as plant resistance, pheromones and intercropping. Interdisciplinary identifications with a global perspective on the use of biological control in IPM systems are strongly encouraged. Developments in molecular biology that have direct relevance to biological control are also considered for publication. Pest Technology provides authoritative coverage of research developments and advances in the fight against pests that affect plants or plant production systems. Through peer-reviewed original research papers and informative contributions on current topics, the journal acts as a bridge between academic research and application. We focus on plant protection and damage inflicted by insects, fungi, bacteria, weeds, invertebrates and vertebrates. Pest Technology reports in the areas of agriculture, horticulture, forestry, conservation, stored products research, and health and safety aspects.