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Integrated pest management. Vol. 4, Experiences with implementation, global overview

Author: David Pimentel; Rajinder Peshin
Publisher: Berlin : Springer, 2014.
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The book, the fourth in the series on integrated pest management (IPM), deals with the experiences of the implementation and impact of IPM in Africa, Asia (China, India and Indonesia), Australia, North America (Canada and the United States), and Europe (Denmark, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Sweden). Despite five decades since the concept of integrated control and threshold theory was developed, and four  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Pimentel; Rajinder Peshin
ISBN: 9789400778023 9400778023 9400778015 9789400778016
OCLC Number: 881473797
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: 1. Pesticides Applied Worldwide to Combat Pests --
2. Integrated Pest Management, BT Crops, and Insecticide Use: The U.S. Experience --
3. Experiences with Implementation And Adoption of Integrated Pest Management in Northeastern USA --
4. Emerging issues in Integrated Pest Management implementation and adoption in the North Central USA --
5. Integrated Pest Management in the Southern United States of America: Changing Technology and Infrastructure --
Implications for the Future --
6. Integrated Pest Management: Fruit Production in the Western United States --
7. The impact of integrated pest management programs on pesticide use in California, USA --
8. Experiences with Integrated Weed Management and pesticide use in the Canadian Prairies --
9. Implementation and Adoption of Integrated Pest Management in Canada: Insects --
10. The Political Economy of the Indonesian Integrated Pest Management Program during the 1989-1999 Period --
11. Pesticide Use andExperiences with Integrated Pest Management Programs and Bt Cotton in India --
12. Experiences with implementation and adoption of Integrated Pest Management in China --
13. Push-Pull: A Novel IPM Strategy for the Green Revolution in Africa --
14. Promoting Integrated Pest Management for Cotton Smallholders --
the Uganda Experience --
15. Agent-based models and Integrated Pest Management diffusion in small scale farmer communities --
16. Pesticides and Integrated Pest Management Practice, Practicality and Policy in Australia --
17. Integrated Pest Management policy, research and implementation: European initiatives --
18. Experiences with implementation and adoption of Integrated Plant Protection (IPP) in Germany --
19. Experiences with implementation and adoption of integrated pest management in Denmark --
20. Experiences with implementation and adoption of Integrated Pest Management in Italy --
21. Integrated Pest Management adoption in the Netherlands: experiences with pilot farm networks and stakeholder participation --
22. Experiences with implementation and adoption of integrated pest management strategies in Sweden.
Other Titles: Integrated pest management (Springer (Firm))
Experiences with implementation :
Responsibility: Rajinder Peshin, David Pimentel, editors.

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