1. 01-01-1993 This book provides information on the many uses of Erythrina, as well as its production and use. Eeythrina is increasingly noted in the literature as: a producer of forage, green manure, medicine and wood for handicrafts; a support tree for valuable climbing crops; a "shade tree" for coffee,...
  2. 01-01-1986 The manual contains chapters on the control of weeds, diseases, nematodes, insects and mites and on storage of onion.
  3. 01-01-1995 The purpose of this compendium is to provide a comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date account of onion and garlic diseases. It is international in scope and practical in emphasis. It is designed to assist inthe diagnosis of onion and garlic disease in the field and the laboratory and to...
  4. Deals with improving grain storage conditions as well as post-harvest pest control techniques in El Salvador. 33 pages (2 Copies)
  5. 06-07-2021 One of the most critical decisions a farmer makes during a growing season is how to effectively control pests to preserve the productivity and economic value of a crop. A farmer’s reaction to seeing pests in their crops or grain is to intervene to protect his or her livelihood. The first two...
  6. 01-01-1970 This book tries to offer a synoptic representation of diseases and pests in tropical and subtropical crops, including their control, and thus to fill a gap in a field of technical and scientific literature which has been neglected. 371 pages, illustrated, photos
  7. 09-01-1988 This folder is a collection of methods used by villages in Thailand to control pests without the use of pesticides.
  8. This publication provides the reader a basic appreciation and knowledge of the need for crop protection to help them recognise pest and disease problems when they occur. It is hoped that this will stimulate an interest in the more specialised texts and draw the attention of appropriate specialist...
  9. In this book you can learn about means of eliminating or drastically decreasing insect pests by 'biological control," that is, through the introduction of their natural enemies--other insects which act as parasites or predators and, in sufficient numbers, will destroy the enemy--or, by the...
  10. From a foundation in the methods and success of biological control (Chapter 1), its implementation and cost (Chapter 2) and its probability of success (Chapter 3), we have developed in this chapter specific priorities for biological control programmes in the major crops of developing countries....