CIRAD Pest control training
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CTA. 1986. CIRAD Pest control training . Spore 6. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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The Centre for International Co-operation in Agricultural Research for Development (CIRAD) is offering seminars for 'on-the-spot' training aimed at groups of people interested in the study, the application or dissemination of techniques connected...
The Centre for International Co-operation in Agricultural Research for Development (CIRAD) is offering seminars for 'on-the-spot' training aimed at groups of people interested in the study, the application or dissemination of techniques connected with the use of pest-control products. The length of each seminar varies according to the demand, but generally it is less than three weeks. The courses in French and/or English can be held in any centre for agricultural training university, research station, etc. Education level required: an agricultural certificate or a degree in agriculture, entomology, chemistry, biology or engineering. Subjects covered: losses from crop pests; factors affecting pre or post-harvest delays; weed, insect and disease control; protection of stored crops: pest control, crop residues, regulations, etc. At the end of the course, the student can take a CIRAD examination and obtain a cer tificate if successful. Requests for the organisation of seminars should be sent to CIRAD through the nearest French embassy at least three months before the beginning of the seminar requested. For further information, contact CIRAD 42. rue Scheffer. 75016 Paris FRANCE Tel: 47-04-32-15
SubjectsAGRICULTURE - GENERAL;
- CTA Spore (English)