Central Asian biolaboratories

Phase 1 effort: Enhance efficiency, products line and crop usage of Central Asian biolaboratoriesBiolab

The overall goal of this component is to work with Central Asian researchers, educators and farmers to identify, produce, and introduce into vegetable production systems candidate entomophages to manage spider mites and insect pests which are not currently targets of those produced by biolaboratories.  

Biological Control Research Team Members:
Dr. Frank Zalom, University of California, Davis
Dr. Barno Tashpulatova, Research Fellow

2009 Blog entries

Photo albums

  • 2009 visit to Kyrgyzstan Central biolab

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