2 edition of Management of selected crop pests in Tanzania found in the catalog.
Management of selected crop pests in Tanzania
R. H. Makundi
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Rhodes H. Makundi (chief ed.).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 476 p. :|
|Number of Pages||476|
|LC Control Number||2010306655|
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In book: Management of Selected Crop Pests in Tanzania, Edition: First, Chapter: 10, Publisher: Tanzania Publishing House (THP), Dare es Salaam, Editors: Rhodes H. Makundi, pp In book: Management of Selected Crop Pests in Tanzania (pp) Edition: First; Chapter: Challenges in Pest Management in Agriculture: Publisher: Tanzania.
The practice of growing several crops at the same time may disrupt the pest from the crop. Makundi R.H. (Ed.) () Manage ment of Selected C rop Pests in Tanzania Management of Selected Crop Pests in Tanzania CHAPTER 10 Storage and Protection of Durable Food Crops and Their Products in Tanzania R.H.
Makundi, A.W. Massawe and H.S. Laswai. Management Practices Of Insect-Pests And Diseases Of Common Vegetable Crops Of Selected Districts Of Central And Northern Tanzania Julius S. Missanga1, Chrispinus D.
Rubanza2 1University of Dodoma (UDOM), Department of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, School of Biological Sciences, P. O BoxDodoma, Tanzania [email protected] This book gives an account of the insect, mite and nematode crop pests of Tanzania, with a broad range of illustrations and detailed recommendations for control measures.
There are colour plates of pests and symptoms of crop damage. Part 1 describes the various groups of plant pests with their main characteristics. Part 2 deals with all species of pests which attack crops cultivated in.
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reduce pests. Growing different crops in rotation also helps reduce the build-up of pests, especially those in the soil such as root-feeding insects and fungi.
Rotations can reduce weed problems and increase the range of weed control methods that can be used. Prevention Many aspects of crop management are designed to prevent.
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Integrated pest management in Tanzania. This chapter covers the history of integrated pest management (IPM), IPM policies, key institutions involved in IPM, application of IPM in major crops (coffee, cotton and coconut), and key constraints to IPM implementation in Tanzania.
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Book: Crop pests in Tanzania and their control No rev. pp pp. ref Abstract: One of the major tasks in training the African farmer is undoubtedly the improvement of his knowledge of important crop pests, step by step, to enable him to carry. This book gives an account of the insect, mite and nematode crop pests of Tanzania, with a broad range of illustrations and detailed recommendations for control measures.
There are colour plates of pests and symptoms of crop damage. Part 1 describes the various groups of plant pests. Pest managementincludes preventative methods as well as corrective measures, and manages the population of a pest so that it is below damaging levels.
Integrated pest management (IPM)uses all available pest management techniques in an overall crop / pest management programme which considers all the potential pests. Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to manage pests through biological, cultural, physical and chemical means in order to minimize economic and environmental injury caused by such pests.
Any comprehensive IPM programme requires an understanding of the ecological relationships between crops, pests, natural enemies and the environment. Management of major diseases and pests Diseases and pests can damage horticultural crops from the time seeds/saplings are planted until after the crops are harvested, and gardeners/growers who fail to follow good growing practices, which minimize damage from diseases and pests in their gardens/orchard may end up incurring significant losses.Climate change and agriculture are interrelated processes, both of which take place on a global warming affects agriculture in a number of ways, including through changes in average temperatures, rainfall, and climate extremes (e.g., heat waves); changes in pests and diseases; changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide and ground-level ozone concentrations; changes in the nutritional.Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programmes have demonstrated that pesticide use can often be reduced considerably without affecting yields or farmer profits.
Preventing the spread of pests saves crops and reduces the need to use pesticides.