1. Recurso clave
    20/4/1984 Esta nota técnica fue publicada a inicios de la década de los 80’ cuando existían relativamente pocas fuentes de información sobre el árbol o semillas de neem. En años recientes ha habido muchos avances en cada una de estas áreas. La información contenida en esta nota técnica todavía sigue siendo...
  2. Abstract, Journal of Pest Science, 2020 For thousands of years, large locust swarms have caused severe problems in agriculture. People fight against current outbreaks by using chemical pesticides or an insect fungus known as Green Muscle. While chemical pesticides may be harmful for humans and...
  3. 1/4/1976 24 pages Papers of the East-West Food Institute, no. 1
  4. Peggy Bradley This is class 7 in the Micro-garden Training and concerns controlling pests with natural means.
  5. 8/10/2019
  6. The ‘push-pull’ system is a novel approach in pest management, developed by understanding the complex mechanisms that govern the ecology of plants and insects, which uses carefullyselected repellent intercrops and attractive trap plants. Insect pests are repelled from the food crop and are...
  7. Android iOS Wherever you are, browse your library of clear, practical and safe advice for tackling crop problems. Download factsheets for your country* and use them anytime, on or offline. Plantwise is a global programme, led by CABI, to increase food security and improve rural livelihoods by...
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  9. PlantVillage is a research and development unit of Penn State University that empowers smallholder farmers and seeks to lift them out of poverty using cheap, affordable technology and democratizing the access to knowledge that can help them grow more food. The rich countries of the world were...
  10. Our concept in creating this site is to provide an electronic alternative or complement to printed textbooks for communicating information on integrated pest management (IPM). Our objectives are to provide: a venue for easily maintaining and up-dating "state of the art" information from the...