An investigation of pesticide and microbial interactions on coffee as a means of developing an IPM strategy for economically important coffee pests in small-holder farming systems in Malawi. Final Technical Report, Project R6807.

Abstract

This project was conducted in Malawi to obtain baseline data on the main pests and diseases for the development of an IPM programme for coffee smallholders. It was concluded that there is an urgent need for control measures against white stem borer and that there are insecticides available that may be effective. Much can be done to manage diseases through implementation of an ICM programme, and this forms the basis of a proposal for a second phase of the project.

Citation

Final Technical Report, Project R6807. Natural Resources Institute (NRI), University of Greenwich, Chatham, Kent, UK. 50 pp.

An investigation of pesticide and microbial interactions on coffee as a means of developing an IPM strategy for economically important coffee pests in small-holder farming systems in Malawi. Final Technical Report, Project R6807.

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