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Using Green <em>Vaccination</em> to Brighten the Agronomic Future

Using Green Vaccination to Brighten the Agronomic Future

| September 2, 2016

Crop plants host a variety of pests and diseases that can ultimately reduce agricultural productivity. Current methods of pest and disease control depend largely on pesticides. However, the use of chemicals alone is increasingly regarded as unsustainable due to the development of resistance and the introduction of stricter European regulation. There is a need, therefore, […]

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History of Pest Management in Texas and the Southern United States and How Recent Grower Adoption of Preventative Pest Management Technologies Have Diminished the Capability for IPM Delivery

History of Pest Management in Texas and the Southern United States and How Recent Grower Adoption of Preventative Pest Management Technologies Have Diminished the Capability for IPM Delivery

| May 12, 2015

Abstract The history of pest management since the late 1880s is a repeated cycle of pest intensification, development of innovative and effective technology, enthusiastic use/over use of the technology, followed in the short term by a return to pest intensification and sustainability issues due to grower failure to integrate control tactics. The overland invasion of […]

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International news in brief – March/April 2015

International news in brief – March/April 2015

| May 12, 2015

Europe: IPM Strategic Research Agenda is underway The ERA-Net C-IPM is organizing a strategic research agenda (SRA) workshop that will be held on 18th March 2015 at AgroParistech 16 rue Claude Bernard, Paris. The workshop is part of the collaborative consultation process to develop the medium to long term SRA of IPM in Europe. A […]

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