Pest control in groundnuts
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CTA. 1997. Pest control in groundnuts. Spore 68. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Groundnuts (Quote PANS2) Pest Control Series 1996 348pp price UKL20 00 ISBN 0 85954 391 9 NRI University of Greenwich Chatham Maritime Kent ME4 4TB UK
Groundnuts are a valuable food crop, oil source and animal feed. Adapted to a wide variety of soil and climatic conditions, they are grown in many tropical, subtropical and continental temperate regions. In developing countries, groundnuts are usually only one component of a multiple cropping system, and appropriate pest control measures vary considerably with the local situation. Groundnuts, in NRl's Pest Control Series, provides detailed information about pest control options both pre- and post-harvest. Identification, biology and distribution of pests are included and the economic and management consequences of currently available control techniques are discussed. This book is a completely rewritten edition of Pans Manual 2 and is intended for use by researchers, extension and development workers in regions where groundnuts are, or could be, grown. Groundnuts (Quote PANS2) Pest Control Series 1996 348pp price UKL20 00 ISBN 0 85954 391 9 NRI University of Greenwich Chatham Maritime Kent ME4 4TB UK
SubjectsCROP PRODUCTION AND PROTECTION;
- CTA Spore (English)