Bean leaf beetles have few known natural enemies and even less is known about the use of these organisms to combat the beetle. Flies, mites, fungi, and nematodes attack bean leaf beetles. Below is a research summary of our current knowledge on the biological control of bean leaf beetle.
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Bradshaw, Jeffrey D. and Rice, Marlin E., "Biological control of bean leaf beetles" (2003). Integrated Crop Management News. 1604.
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