Geoff Gurr
Geoff Gurr
Distinguished Professor Applied Ecology
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Habitat management to conserve natural enemies of arthropod pests in agriculture
DA Landis, SD Wratten, GM Gurr
Annual review of entomology 45 (1), 175-201, 2000
Arthropod pest management in organic crops
G Zehnder, GM Gurr, S Kühne, MR Wade, SD Wratten, E Wyss
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 52 (1), 57-80, 2007
Multi-function agricultural biodiversity: pest management and other benefits
GM Gurr, SD Wratten, JM Luna
Basic and Applied Ecology 4 (2), 107-116, 2003
Habitat management to suppress pest populations: progress and prospects
GM Gurr, SD Wratten, DA Landis, M You
Annual review of entomology 62 (1), 91-109, 2017
Crop pests and predators exhibit inconsistent responses to surrounding landscape composition
DS Karp, R Chaplin-Kramer, TD Meehan, EA Martin, F DeClerck, H Grab, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (33), E7863-E7870, 2018
A heterozygous moth genome provides insights into herbivory and detoxification
M You, Z Yue, W He, X Yang, G Yang, M Xie, D Zhan, SW Baxter, ...
Nature genetics 45 (2), 220-225, 2013
Ecological engineering for pest management: advances in habitat manipulation for arthropods
G Gurr, SD Wratten, MA Altieri
CSIRO publishing, 2004
Multi-country evidence that crop diversification promotes ecological intensification of agriculture
GM Gurr, Z Lu, X Zheng, H Xu, P Zhu, G Chen, X Yao, J Cheng, Z Zhu, ...
Nature plants 2 (3), 1-4, 2016
The influence of food onCopidosoma koehleri (hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), and the use of flowering plants as a habitat management tool to enhance biological control of potato moth …
LR Baggen, GM Gurr
Biological control 11 (1), 9-17, 1998
Recent advances in conservation biological control of arthropods by arthropods
M Jonsson, SD Wratten, DA Landis, GM Gurr
Biological control 45 (2), 172-175, 2008
Trichomes of Lycopersicon species and their hybrids: effects on pests and natural enemies
AT Simmons, GM Gurr
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 7 (4), 265-276, 2005
Flowers in tri-trophic systems: mechanisms allowing selective exploitation by insect natural enemies for conservation biological control
LR Baggen, GM Gurr, A Meats
Proceedings of the 10th international symposium on insect-plant …, 1999
Negotiating the" Rackety Bridge"—a dynamic model for aligning supervisory style with research student development
GM Gurr
Higher Education Research & Development 20 (1), 81-92, 2001
Silicon: potential to promote direct and indirect effects on plant defense against arthropod pests in agriculture
OL Reynolds, MP Padula, R Zeng, GM Gurr
Frontiers in plant science 7, 744, 2016
The role of silicon in plant biology: a paradigm shift in research approach
A Frew, LA Weston, OL Reynolds, GM Gurr
Annals of botany 121 (7), 1265-1273, 2018
Increasing floral diversity for selective enhancement of biological control agents: a double-edged sward?
B Lavandero, SD Wratten, RK Didham, G Gurr
Basic and Applied Ecology 7 (3), 236-243, 2006
Biological control: measures of success
J Waage
Springer Science & Business Media, 2002
Mechanisms for flowering plants to benefit arthropod natural enemies of insect pests: Prospects for enhanced use in agriculture
ZX Lu, PY Zhu, GM Gurr, XS Zheng, DMY Read, KL Heong, YJ Yang, ...
Insect science 21 (1), 1-12, 2014
Using selective food plants to maximize biological control of vineyard pests
M Begum, GM Gurr, SD Wratten, PR Hedberg, HI Nicol
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (3), 547-554, 2006
Success in conservation biological control of arthropods
GM Gurr, SD Wratten, P Barbosa
Biological control: Measures of success, 105-132, 2000
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