1. 5/3/2019 View a how-to video for using natural enemies against the devastating millet head miner. Factsheet
  2. The fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) is becoming a household name around the world, but not for good reasons – the pest, native to the tropical and subtropical Americas, devours over 300 plant species, including maize, which feeds millions of people every day. In Africa alone, the fall...
  3. Recurso clave 1/1/1995 This book is a must reading for all farmers and gardeners in southern Africa region- small scale, large-scale, commercial and subsistance farmers alike. This book aims to return us to a new co-operation with nature by offering a number of tried and tested methods to establish a long-term healthy...
  4. Recurso clave 24/7/1992 Amazon.com Description Part of a series, this book is written principally for extension staff and other agricultural development officers, teachers and trainers who act in a similar capacity. Each book provides the background, information and knowledge necessary for a basic understanding of an...
  5. 28/1/2015 An overview of various microbial pesticide options and how they are used.
  6. 28/1/2015 An overview of the workshop topics including integrated pest management, natural herbicides, Beuveria, Trichoderma, etc. Translated from Thai to English.
  7. 28/1/2015 An overview of how to use predatory insects in integrated pest management systems, including earwings, stink bugs, green lacewings, etc).
  8. 1/10/2002 En Africa oriental y del sur, las larvas de los insectos barrenadores del tallo y la striga (Striga hermonthica, una maleza parásita) causan enormes pérdidas en los campos de maíz. Juntos, las dos plagas pueden destruir todo un cultivo. El Centro Internacional de Fisiología de Insectos...
  9. 1/10/2002 We recently learned of a simple technique that may reduce bacterial wilt in tomatoes. Interplanting (or pre-planting) Chinese chive with tomato results in allelopathic suppression of the organism responsible for bacterial wilt. Bacterial wilt is a disease that affects many different crops,...
  10. 1/7/2004 Las plantas de gandul se sacuden suavemente a fin de que las larvas del picudo de la vaina caigan. A medida que las larvas caen, se recogen en una sábana que se tira a lo largo del suelo entre los surcos de plantas. Después llegan unas cuantas gallinas y se comen las larvas ricas en proteína.