AGRICULTURE - Biological control, defined.

Published: 1993

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Biological control shall mean:

(1) The use by humans of living organisms to control or suppress undesirable animals, plants, or microorganisms which affect plants or plant pests; or

(2) The action of parasites, predators, pathogens, or competitive organisms on a host or prey population which affect plants or plant pests to produce a lower general equilibrium than would prevail in the absence of the biological control agents.


  • Laws 1993, LB 406, ยง 3.