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  1. Answers are given in as simple and practical a manner as possible. The latest and most effective methods, as well as the older methods, of controlling pests of tree fruits, small fruits and vegetables are given. Also discussed are animal pests, general garden pests, and the beneficial animals and...
  2. Access Agriculture Training Video Some plants repel insects naturally. Grow them in between your crop to deter insects. By knowing the wild plants that grow in your area, you can prepare your own herbal insect repellent at no cost. Add cow urine to help extract the repelling compounds from milky...
  3. 1/01/2004 Caused by Diseases, Pests or Mineral Deficiencies The purpose of this booklet is to help farmers in remote areas prevent and control diseases and plagues in their crops. These farmers may not have access to agricultural extension officers or other experts who could diagnose the cause of the crop...
  4. 19/03/1988 Mountain agriculture Land degradation in Papua New Guinea Sloping agricultural land technology Land use systems in marginal highlands Community forestry Cassava planting Pest management
  5. This seed cleaner was developed in Afghanistan to remove round seeds of weeds from wheat grains. The round seeds could not be separated by a sieve because they were the same size as the wheat grains. The cleaner described here takes advantage of the round shape of the weed seeds to separate them...
  6. 20/12/2007 Pest management Ecological pest management Traditional ecological management of late blight in potato The theory of trophobiosis in pest and disease control Plant clinics for healthy crops Rats - an ecologically-based approach for managing a global problem Changing the strategies of Farmer Field...
  7. 1/01/1988 Bulletin 855 When choosing a control strategy, an understanding of the behavior and ecology of the pest species is helpful. Past techniques which have ignored these facets of a species' biology often have failed. In addition, an understanding of the pest population as a dynamic, constantly...
  8. icipe'smission is to help alleviate poverty, ensure food security and improve the overall health status of peoples of the tropics, by developing and extending management tools and strategies for harmful and useful arthropods, while preserving the natural resource base through research and...
  9. FAO actions FAO operates a centralizedDesert Locust Information Service (DLIS)within the Locust Group at FAO Headquarters, Rome, Italy that monitors the Desert Locust situation throughout the world. FAO provides information on the general locust situation to the global community and givestimely...
  10. 1/01/1975 Many mites are microscopic in size, and distinguishing characters given in scientific descriptions are visible only through a high-powered, compound, phase microscope. As a result there is a great need for a non-technical publication that permits the identification of mites under grove conditions...