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  1. 2013-01-01 Nursery Management: Tree Propagation and Marketing A Training Manual for Smallholder Farmers and Nursery Operatorsaims to facilitate the learning process by incorporating practical activites that provide better and clearer understanding of the principles involved in nursery establishment and...
  2. 1995-01-01 The objectives of the booklet were to review current knowledge on how mixed plant and tree communities affect insect pests and the pest-parasite complex, to identify insect pests occuring in the on-going experiments in ICRAF's Agroforestry Research Networks for Africa and to suggest future lines...
  3. 2000-01-01 At long last, you can grow your tomatoes and eat them too with the help of this primer on gardening with fewer chemicals. Gardeners and homeowners alike need simple and safe ways to stop unwanted pests and plant diseases while allowing nature to flourish. A companion to the highly successful DEAD...
  4. Key Resource 1984-05-01 Suggests techniques for preventing diseases and pest damage, describes the problems that can develop with each kind of fruit and vegetable, and describes specific remedies. (2 Copies)
  5. 1968-01-01 This booklet describes three species of rat, their habits, and how best to control them in the home, warehouse, and among cultivated crops. SPC Handbook no. 1 40 pages, illustrated, photos
  6. 1981-01-01 This book is designed for all of those who want to know how to keep plants, grounds, and plantings free of diseases and pests.
  7. This paper presents basic information on the biology of most insect pests of rice and describes the damage inflicted by them.
  8. This publication provides practical and comprehensive information to integrated pest managementworkers in rice fields throughout tropical Asia. It briefly discusses rice plant structure and growth stages and stresses their relation to pest management.
  9. A variety of physical, chemical, and biological control methods have been suggested by various authors for each of these purposes.
  10. These papers summarized research efforts, described programs, identified problems with extension of rodent control technology, and outlined some new work, such as biological control, that may lead to more effective ways to reduce rice losses and the impact of rodents on community well-being.