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Integrated Pest Management (IPM) means the careful consideration of all available pest control techniques and subsequent integration of appropriate measures that discourage the development of pest populations and keep pesticides and other interventions to levels that are economically justified and reduce or minimize risks to human health and the environment. IPM emphasizes the growth of a healthy crop with the least possible disruption to agro-ecosystems and encourages natural pest control mechanisms.

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  1. "Growing vegetables provides fresh produce for the family while giving us full control over what is used in the care and maintenance while growing the vegetables. Pest control is important in vegetable gardens to keep hungry insects from feasting on the plants. However, pesticides often contain...
  2. Polycultureis a form of agriculture in which more than one species is grown at the same time and place in imitation of the diversity of natural ecosystems.Polycultureis the opposite of monoculture, in which only members of one plant or animal species are cultivated together. Google Scholar -...
  3. 18/10/2019 Lorsque le sujet de la lutte contre les ravageurs agricoles est mentionné, la plupart des gens pensent d’abord à la surveillance des ravageurs ou à l’intervention visant à réduire les ravageurs: le dépistage, l’identification des ravageurs et / ou l’application de pesticides sont des pratiques...
  4. 27/04/2018 La chenille légionnaire d'automne (Spodoptera frugiperda) est un ravageur commun dans l'hémisphère occidental qui affecte de nombreuses cultures commerciales, surtout le maïs. Ce lépidoptère vorace (groupe d'insectes comprenant les papillons et les papillons de nuit) a été détecté pour la...
  5. 23/05/2017 This PPT is an introduction and discussion on "Integrated Pest Management." Integrated Pest Management is:"An ecological approach to pest management that understands the causes of outbreaks, how to manipulate ecosystems and how to evaluate thresholds to determine if control is needed"
  6. 20/01/2011
  7. 02/02/2016 In this talk, Kittichai gives an overview of integrated pest management (IPM) and one IPM technique, the use of fungi beuveria as a natural insecticide. Kittichai shares how beuveria can be replicated and used in community development projects
  8. 28/01/2015
  9. Ressource principale OISAT is an information management concept on non-chemical pest management in the tropics comprising two components: OISATInfo is a web-based information tool offering trainers, extension workers and farmers a quick access to up-to-date information for their work and for organizing agricultural...
  10. Cereals Fruits & Nuts Legumes Other IPM Roots, Tubers & Bananas Vegetables
  11. An integrated approach to plant protection The mission of the International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences (IAPPS) is to promote and support an integrated, scientific approach to plant protection. Embracing a wide range of research approaches, technologies and practices, IAPPS aims...
  12. CIPM fosters the development and implementation of pest management programs and policies based on a high level of knowledge of pest biology coupled with choices of monitoring tools and control technology, resulting in economically sound, environmentally compatible, and sociologically responsible...
  13. AccessAgriculture Training Video Les appâts alimentaires peuvent être pulvérisés localement ou utilisés dans des stations d'appâts. Les mouches des fruits peuvent détecter des appâts sur de courtes distances, jusqu'à 10 mètres. Certains appâts contiennent un insecticide naturel qui est autorisé...
  14. AccessAgriculture Training Video Les fourmis tisserandes aident à protéger vos fruits et vos noix contre lesmouches des fruits et beaucoup d'autres ravageurs. Si vous n’avez pas encore de fourmis tisserandes dans votre verger, ramassez tous les nids d’une colonie de fourmis et transférez-les dans...
  15. AccessAgriculture Training Video Il faut juste quelques minutes à une mouche des fruits pour trouver un endroit approprié sur la mangue et injecter ses œufs sous la peau du fruit. Mais même dans ce court laps de temps, les fourmis tisserandes l’auront soit chassée soit capturée. Leur odeur aide...
  16. AccessAgriculture Training Video Les mouches des fruits injectent leurs œufs dans le fruit. Une seule mouche peut pondre des centaines d'œufs, qui se transforment en vers blancs qui mangent l'intérieur du fruit. Si on ne fait rien, les mouches augmentent rapidement en nombre et peuvent détruire...
  17. AccessAgriculture Training Video Associer des cultures de céréales avec des légumineuses est une des stratégies de la gestion intégrée du striga et de la fertilité du sol. Mais il y a deux défis majeurs pour maintenir la qualité des semences de légumineuses. D’abord, les semences perdent...
  18. AccessAgriculture Training Video Cette vidéo examine différentes méthodes modernes de lutte biologique intégrée dans la lutte contre les ravageurs du palmier dattier. Elle montre l'utilisation de cultures intercalaires, de pièges lumineux et de pesticides organiques respectueux de...
  19. The Official Journal of theInternational Association for the Plant Protection Sciences The Editors ofCrop Protectionespecially welcome papers describing an interdisciplinary approach showing how differentcontrol strategiescan be integrated into practicalpest managementprograms, covering high and...
  20. Abstract - International Journal of Zoology, 2016 Integrated pest management (IPM) is an environmentally friendly technology. IPM is a multifaceted approach to pest management that seeks to minimize negative impacts on the environment. This technique is an important step towards providing...
  21. Journal of Integrated Pest Managementis an open access, peer-reviewed, extension journal covering the field of integrated pest management. The Editors-in-Chief are Dr. Marlin E. Rice (formerly with Iowa State University) and Dr. Kevin L. Steffey (formerly with the University of Illinois). The...
  22. 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...
  23. The PestSmart Diagnostics package focuses specifically on the skills and methodologies required for field-based diagnosis. It helps plant health practitioners and students to develop and improve their ability to recognise symptoms, relate them to causes, and to identify what is causing the...
  24. 15/12/2017 This book provides up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of the research and application of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in tropical regions. The first section explores the agro-ecological framework that represents the foundations of IPM in addition to emerging technologies in chemical and...
  25. Abstract, Tropicultura, 2012 Jatropha curcas L. seed oil is proven to be toxic to many microorganisms, insects and animals. Despite its toxicity, Jatropha is not pest and disease resistant. The following major pests and diseases affecting Jatropha in the lower valley of the Senegal river have...
  26. 15/08/2018 The Fall Armyworm is an insect that can damage your maize plants or even cause you to lose your whole maize crop. The best way to protect your maize crop is to scout early and treat early. In this animation, we will explain how to scout for the fall armyworm, so you can take action to protect...
  27. AccessAgriculture Video Tomato leaf curl cannot be cured by any product. The disease is spread by whiteflies. The best way to control the disease is through prevention. A net house can protect your nursery. A border of cereals around your vegetable field helps keep whiteflies out. Farmers in...
  28. 22/08/2018 Fall Armyworm is here to stay. So, what can be doneto address this threat to food security and farmer incomes? A key to effective management of FAW is farmer access to the full range of technologies used to control the pest. This webinar will walk through innovative tools available in Africa and...
  29. Fall armyworm (FAW) poses a serious threat to food security in sub-Saharan Africa. Originally from the Americas, FAW outbreaks first occurred in West Africa in early 2016 and are now on the precipice of devastating food supplies across the continent, exacerbating global poverty and hunger. FAW...
  30. 20/01/2018 This FAW IPM Guide is designed for use by professionals in plant protection organizations, extension agencies, research institutions, and Governments, whose primary focus is smallholder farmers and the seed systems that support them. The FAW IPM Guide is meant to provide an important foundation...
  31. Before discussing the key ecological principles and approaches to soil management, let’s first see how amazing plants really are. They use a variety of systems to defend themselves from attack by insects and diseases. Sometimes they can just outgrow a small pest problem by putting out new root or...
  32. The fundamentals of managing pests in protected structures are very similar in many respects to managing pests in field crops. The grower must still develop a management plan, assembling pertinent information for identifying, monitoring and controlling specific pests before planting. Integration...
  33. Fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda), FAW, is an insect native to tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas. Its larval stage (photo) feeds on more than 80 plant species, including maize, rice, sorghum, millet, sugarcane, vegetable crops and cotton. FAW can cause significant yield losses...
  34. The NPDN was established in 2002 in response to the need to enhance agricultural security through protecting health and productivity of plants in agricultural and natural ecosystems in the U.S. With support from the USDA-NIFA and through the collective efforts of many individuals representing...
  35. 20/04/2018 The introduction of Fall Armyworm (FAW) (Spodoptera frugiperda) to Africa in 2016 has raised concerns of possible widespread damage of maize and other crops. Stalk borers are a common pest of maize throughout Africa, causing modest damage virtually every year. Armyworms, on the other hand, can...
  36. Dans le système du Push-Pull, les cultures qui repoussent les animaux nuisibles et / ou attirent les prédateurs de ces insectes sont intercalées avec le maïs pour « éloigner » les animaux nuisibles de la culture principale. Les plantes qui attirent les parasites sont plantées autour du champ pour...
  37. Abstract, Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 2014 April Farming systems for pest control, based on the stimulo-deterrent diversionary strategy or push–pull system, have become an important target for sustainable intensification of food production. A prominent example is push–pull developed in...
  38. 13/02/2019 Session: There exists a perfect synergy between research and community perceptions and expectations in agro-ecology. Farmer involvement provides evidence-based research questions and fosters in-depth research and constructive findings for the society. The presentation shares strategies for farmer...
  39. 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...
  40. AccessAgriculture Training Video By making best use of farmers’ friends and local plants on the farm, nature will help you control the fall armyworm and reward you with a good and healthy crop. Amharic Arabic Bangla Chichewa English French Hindi Kiembu Kiswahili Portuguese Spanish Tamil Tumbuka...
  41. icipeis a tropical organisation with a tropical agenda. But why study insects? Because in the tropics, insects are a fact of life to be reckoned with. Insects pose a great risk to food production, often causing the loss of entire crops and destroying about half of all harvested food in storage....
  42. 02/05/2019 Session:There exists a perfect synergy between research and community perceptions and expectations in agro-ecology. Farmer involvement provides evidence-based research questions and fosters in-depth research and constructive findings for the society. The presentation shares strategies for farmer...
  43. Abstract, 2017, Journal of Integrated Pest Management The fall armyworm,Spodoptera frugiperda(J. E. Smith 1797) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), is the most important corn pest in South America. Larvae feed mostly on leaves, but also ears when population densities are high. This pest has been...
  44. Abstract, 2018, Outlooks on Pest Management Fall armyworm (FAW)Spodoptera frugiperdainvaded Africa, with the first detections being reported in Central and Western Africa in early 2016, and now affects at least 40 countries in Africa, causing up to total crop loss amounting to over $6.2 billion...
  45. 26/10/2018 Growing maize is hard work and pests make it even harder. Insect pests can attack your maize crop and destroy it, affecting your family's nutrition, or costing you money. This animation will take you through the steps of protecting your field from pests like the stem borers by using a push-pull...
  46. 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...
  47. 05/03/2019 View a how-to video for using natural enemies against the devastating millet head miner. Factsheet
  48. Abstract,Outlooks on Pest Management, 2018 Rapid dissemination of critical and accurate information to low-resource and poorly literate people in crisis situations has long been a challenge. Historically, print media as well as radio and television have served as major delivery channels. With the...
  49. This comprehensive catalogue has been compiled in response to the need for greater access to training and extension materials in tropical and subtropical regions. Drawn from sources worldwide, the catalogue is designed to assist all those working in crop protection to develop and implenet...