1. 28/01/2015 An overview of how to use predatory insects in integrated pest management systems, including earwings, stink bugs, green lacewings, etc).
  2. 01/10/2002 A habitat management system to control stemborers and striga has been developed by the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE), along with Kenya’s Ministry of Agriculture, the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI), and IACR-Rothamsted of the UK. The system is called a...
  3. 01/10/2002 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,...
  4. 01/07/2004 Pigeon pea plants are shaken gently so that the pod borer larvae fall off. As the larvae fall, they are collected on a sheet that is pulled along the ground between the rows of plants. A few hens follow and eat the protein-rich larvae.
  5. 18/10/2016 Cory Thede, travaillant sur la côte nord d'Haïti, a envoyé une note sur une plante locale de chaya avec une branche (Figure 8) qui s’est transformée en une variété sauvage piquante. Il a fait le commentaire suivant: «Quand je me suis adossé par inadvertance contre elle, j'ai senti des piqûres et...
  6. 20/01/2011
  7. 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"
  8. 17/07/2017 Les insectes et autres ravageurs peuvent constituer une contrainte sérieuse à la production alimentaire, en particulier lorsque les ressources pour la lutte antiparasitaire sont limitées. Par exemple, dans EDN 133, nous avons répondu à une question sur les problèmes de la mineuse de tomate (Tuta...
  9. 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...
  10. 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...