Biology and control of insect and related pests of horses

  • 24 Pages
  • 1.56 MB
  • English
EPA Region VIII , Denver [Colo.]
Horses -- Diseases, Insect pests -- Co
StatementJohn E. Lloyd, Everett W. Spackman, Rabinder Kumar
ContributionsSpackman, Everett W, Kumar, Rabinder, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Region VIII, University of Wyoming
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL14893612M

Get this from a library. Biology and control of insect and related pests of horses. [John E Lloyd; Everett W Spackman; Rabinder Kumar; United States.

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Insect pests, along with microbial diseases and spoilage, are responsible for much storage loss that causes extensive economic losses.

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Keep in mind that all insect species are also suppressed by naturally occurring organisms and environmental factors, with no human input.

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Auad ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) and Asia, where most of the major pests are native, as well as their natural enemies. Your veterinarian may also recommend feed-through fly control products.

These are added to the horse’s feed and contain insect growth regulators that kill the larvae in the horse’s manure, interrupting the fly life cycle. Such products don’t control adult flies, but can aid in the overall battle against these pests. Start studying insect biology.

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Some of the insect pests of horses are also pests of other livestock. Biological control for agricultural systems is not a new idea. During the last century greater than 2, non-native (exotic) control agents have been used in at least countries or islands with few documented problems to flora, fauna or environment.

Biological control of insect pests is gradually gaining momentum.Where there are horses, there are usually horse flies. There are also house flies, face flies, horn flies, stable flies, gnats, fleas, ticks, chiggers, lice, mites, and other bugs with really long names.

With basic maintenance, and the right pest control products, you can keep .Regulation of pest abundance below the level of economic injury is the target of biological control, which is usually done by study, importation, augmentation and conservation of beneficial organisms for the regulation of harmful animal's population.

Most of the agricultural pests are insects and these have natural enemies, which are also mostly insects.