French beans for dinner?
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CTA. 2002. French beans for dinner?. Spore 101. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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A Guide to IPM in French Beans Production with Emphasis on Kenya
This pocket manual has a lot in common with the one on pest control in tomatoes and brassicas (Integrated Vegetable Pest Management) (see page 11), but this one deals with French beans (Phaseolus vulgaris), has a special emphasis on the Kenyan situation and has a different publisher. It lists the common pests and diseases and the suggested integrated pest management (IPM) strategies to apply. The booklet was published in response to the European Union s measures on maximum levels for pesticides used on imported crops, making it necessary for growers to reduce the use of pesticides. Also useful in other African countries apart from Kenya. A Guide to IPM in French Beans Production with Emphasis on Kenya By A Seif, A M Varela, S Michalik & B Löhr, ICIPE CTA GTZ DSO, 2002. 88 pp. ISBN 92 9064 142 8 CTA number 1093. 5 credit points ICIPE Science Press PO Box 72913, Nairobi, Kenya Fax: +254 2 860110/803360 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SubjectsCROP PRODUCTION AND PROTECTION;
- CTA Spore (English)