Environmentally acceptable crop protection strategies based on the improved use of pesticides and adoption of integrated pest management strategies by small-holder farmers in Zimbabwe. Final Technical Report.

Abstract

This project arose as a result of demand in sub-Saharan Africa for safer and more sustainable vegetable pest management in this increasingly important commodity sector. The aim of the project was to develop crop protection methods for smallholders that integrate the beneficial effects of natural enemies with cultural practices and judicious use of pesticides.

Citation

Dobson, H. Environmentally acceptable crop protection strategies based on the improved use of pesticides and adoption of integrated pest management strategies by small-holder farmers in Zimbabwe. Final Technical Report. Natural Resources Institute, UK (2001) 44 pp.

Environmentally acceptable crop protection strategies based on the improved use of pesticides and adoption of integrated pest management strategies by small-holder farmers in Zimbabwe. Final Technical Report.

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