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  1. This booklet gives anthropological and entomological views of integrated pest management for small-scale Honduran farmers. 57 pages
  2. 1999-01-01 291 pages. Proceedings of a workshop at Cambell Agricultural Center, Homestead, Florida, June 1999
  3. 1993-01-01 Beck's home-spun approach to farming and gardening is based on the belief that if you work with nature, nature will reward your efforts. 2 Copies
  4. The conference, which attracted 200 scientists from about 30 countries, concentrated on advances in research to control this insect pest through integrated pest management techniques that rely less on chemicals and more on cultural improvements, host-plant resistance and biological control. This...
  5. Overzealous and indiscriminate use of many synthetic pesticides during recent decades in the control of plant pests has resulted in a number of environmental and toxicological problems. Reducing the release of synthetic chemicals into the environment requires that alternative sources of chemicals...
  6. 2005-01-01 While every farming system is unique, the principles of ecological pest management apply universally. Manage Insects on Your Farm highlights ecological strategies that improve your farm's natural defenses and encourage beneficial insects to attack your worst pests. Learn about the principles of...
  7. View a how-to video for using natural enemies against the devastating millet head miner. Factsheet
  8. This publication contains the proceeds of the Conference. The Conference consisted of eight formal presentations by leaders in various fields of agriculture, all linked by their interest and experience in the concept of sustainability. During the Workshop, members of the staff in conjunction with...
  9. In this concise and fascinating account, Paul DeBach traces the historical background of biological control and examines in detail some of the most famous examples of the discovery abroad of new natural enemies and their importation into the US and elsewhere to achieve successful biological...
  10. 1993-01-01 It is estimated that there are about 500 million small farmers throughout the developing world. Conventional scientific research and extension programmes have emphasized high-input approaches geared to modernizing small farm agriculture and, often, technological packages developed at experiment...