The many ways of organic pest control
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CTA. 1999. The many ways of organic pest control . Spore 82. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Producing food without pesticides. Local solutions to crop pest control in West Africa, LJ Fuglie. Church World Service-CTA copublication. 1998. 164 pp. CTA number 927. 20 credit points.
Ash, dead insects, onion (Allium cepa), mahogany (Khaya sp.), and tobacco can all be used in solutions that effectively protect crops against various pests. Many other locally available plants and materials can be used to kill or deter pests in the garden or food store. They are described in the first section of this practical guide on the use of alternatives to chemical pesticides. The sections that follow present aids for identifying pests and diseases, methods of maintaining or improving soil fertility, and ways to grow various vegetables organically. Plant names are given in Latin, French, English, Wolof, Serere, Diola, and Bambara. Producing food without pesticides. Local solutions to crop pest control in West Africa, LJ Fuglie. Church World Service-CTA copublication. 1998. 164 pp. CTA number 927. 20 credit points.
SubjectsCROP PRODUCTION AND PROTECTION;
- CTA Spore (English)