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1. Palpebral hidrocystoma.

Author(s) : Agharbi, F. Z.

Publisher : African Field Epidemiology Network, Kampala, Uganda

Journal article : Pan African Medical Journal 2019 Vol.33

2. Fly control: reducing disease and productivity losses.

Author(s) : Hack, R. J.

Publisher : Positive Action Publications Ltd, Driffield, UK

Journal article : International Pig Topics 2019 Vol.34 No.3 pp.11-13

3. Proceedings of the IOBC/WPRS Working Group "Integrated Protection of Stored Products", Pisa, Italy, 3-6 September 2019.

These proceedings contain 127 papers focusing on integrated protection of stored products. Topics covered include insecticide resistance, monitoring, genomes, stress tolerance, animal behaviour, modified atmosphere packaging, biological control agents, semiochemicals, pheromones, chemical control,...

Publisher : International Organization for Biological and Integrated Control of Noxious Animals and Plants (OIBC/OILB), West Palaearctic Regional Section (WPRS/SROP), Dijon, France

Journal issue; Conference proceedings : IOBC/WPRS Bulletin 2020 No.148 pp.XXXVIII + 429 pp.

4. Spodoptera frugiperda (fall armyworm).

The fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda, is a lepidopteran pest that feeds in large numbers on the leaves, stems and reproductive parts of more than 350 plant species, causing major damage to economically important cultivated grasses such as maize, rice, sorghum, sugarcane and wheat but also other ...

Author(s) : Rwomushana, I.

Publisher : CABI, Wallingford, UK

Compendium Datasheet : Crop Protection Compendium 2020 No.29810 ref.many

5. Alternatives for reducing pesticide risk.

This chapter presents some strategies to reducte pesticide use and associated risks, which include suitable agronomic practices, the use of resistant varieties, integrated pest management, biological control, the use of botanical pesticides, organic farming, and the use of less hazardous...

Author(s) : Arora, S.

Book chapter : Pesticide risk assessment 2019 pp.243-278 ref.many

6. Technical guide for the management of Drosophila suzukii in berry crops.

This paper provides information on the morphological and developmental characteristics of Drosophila suzukii, an economically important pest of berry crops in Switzerland. The efficacy of the integration of various methods in the control of this insect pest is also discussed.

Foreign Title :Technischer leitfaden für die bekämpfung von Drosophila suzukii in beerenkulturen.

Author(s) : Richoz, P.; Dorsaz, M.; Fischer, S.; Baroffio, C.

Publisher : Agroscope FAT Tänikon, Ettenhausen, Switzerland

Bulletin : Agroscope Transfer 2017 No.No.187 pp.23 pp.

7. From farm management to bacteriophage therapy: strategies to reduce antibiotic use in animal agriculture.

To reduce the use of antibiotics in animal agriculture, a number of effective or commercially viable alternatives have been implemented by food animal producers or are under development. Perhaps the most well-established strategies are flock and herd management practices to mitigate disease...

Author(s) : Kahn, L. H.; Bergeron, G.; Bourassa, M. W.; Vegt, B. de; Gill, J.; Gomes, F.; Malouin, F.; Opengart, K.; Ritter, G. D.; Singer, R. S.; Storrs, C.; Topp, E.

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 2019 Vol.1441 pp.31-39 ref.47

8. Conotrachelus nenuphar (plum curculio).

The plum curculio, C. nenuphar, is native to North America and restricted to east of the Rocky Mountains. Although it feeds on several wild host plants and several species of cultivated pome and stone fruit, C. nenuphar has not extended its geographical range over the years. Given its life-cycle...

Author(s) : Vincent, C.

Publisher : CABI, Wallingford, UK

Compendium Datasheet : Crop Protection Compendium 2020 No.15164 ref.many

9. Recent research progress in combatting root parasitic weeds.

The obligate root parasitic Orobanchaceae plants Striga, Orobanche and Phelipanche spp. parasitize economically important crops, vegetables and oil plants. They are the most devastating agricultural weed pests worldwide. Based on an analysis of the climatic requirements of these parasites, very...

Author(s) : Samejima, H.; Sugimoto, Y.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Biotechnology & Biotechnological Equipment 2018 Vol.32 No.2 pp.221-240 ref.231

10. Keeping your horse healthy at home.

Publisher : Centre for Equine Health, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, USA

Journal article : Horse Report 2020 No.Fall pp.8-8

11. Major economic issues in integrated pest management.

This chapter focuses on economic issues in integrated pest management (IPM) in animal and crop production. The types of costs involved in major approaches to IPM were provided. Economic analyses on classical biological control, choice of livestock breed and crop variety, schedule for crop or...

Author(s) : Onstad, D. W.; Crain, P. R.

Book chapter : The economics of integrated pest management of insects 2019 pp.1-13 ref.many

12. Sanitation improves stored product insect pest management.

There is a large suite of insects that attack anthropogenic agricultural goods after harvest. Proper sanitation programs for food facilities are now recognized as the foundation of good integrated pest management (IPM) programs for stored products throughout the post-harvest supply chain. While...

Author(s) : Morrison, W. R., III; Bruce, A.; Wilkins, R. V.; Albin, C. E.; Arthur, F. H.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Insects 2019 Vol.10 No.3 pp.77 ref.98

13. Planococcus citri (citrus mealybug).

Planococcus citri is a highly polyphagous, adaptable mealybug that can feed on many host plants in a variety of conditions, and can reproduce rapidly. It has been reported on over 200 host-plant species belonging to 191 genera and 82 families, and can seriously damage many crops, particularly...

Author(s) : Watson, G.

Publisher : CABI, Wallingford, UK

Compendium Datasheet : Crop Protection Compendium 2020 No.45082 ref.many

14. Environment polluting conventional chemical control compared to an environmentally friendly IPM approach for control of diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.), in China: a review.

The diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella, is recognized as a widely distributed destructive insect pest of Brassica worldwide. The management of this pest is a serious issue, and an estimated annual cost of its management has reached approximately US$4 billion. Despite the fact that chemicals are...

Author(s) : Muhammad Shakeel; Muhammad Farooq; Wajid Nasim; Waseem Akram; Khan, F. Z. A.; Waqar Jaleel; Zhu Xun; Yin HaiChen; Li ShuZhong; Shah Fahad; Saddam Hussain; Chauhan, B. S.; Jin FengLiang

Publisher : Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

Journal article : Environmental Science and Pollution Research 2017 Vol.24 No.17 pp.14537-14550 ref.149

15. High somatic cell counts in your dairy herd: the silent problem.

Author(s) : Bonato, M.; Borges, L.

Publisher : Positive Action Publications Ltd, Driffield, UK

Journal article : International Dairy Topics 2019 Vol.18 No.1 pp.15-16

16. Selection for favorable health traits: a potential approach to cope with diseases in farm animals.

Disease is a global problem for animal farming industries causing tremendous economic losses (>USD 220 billion over the last decade) and serious animal welfare issues. The limitations and deficiencies of current non-selection disease control methods (e.g., vaccination, treatment, eradication...

Author(s) : Hu GuoYu; Do DuyNgoc; Gray, J.; Miar, Y.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Animals 2020 Vol.10 No.9 ref.many

17. Biosecurity measures and their determinants in commercial layer chicken farms in high density provinces of Iran in 2019: a cross-sectional study.

Background and Objectives: The commercial layer chicken farming is one of the most important sectors of the poultry industry. This study was conducted to evaluate the status of biosecurity of commercial layer chicken farms in 9 Iranian provinces with the highest layer chicken population. Methods:...

Author(s) : Rabiee, M. H.; Akbarin, H.; Bokaie, S.; Mehrabadi, M. H. F.; Sadrzadeh, A.; Tehrani, F.

Publisher : Iranian Epidemiological Association, Tehran, Iran

Journal article : Iranian Journal of Epidemiology 2021 Vol.17 No.1 pp.fa83-fa92 ref.22

18. Control principles and methods.

This chapter discusses the principles of infectious disease control directed at either the agent, the route of transmission, the host or the social and physical environment. Control methods such as vaccination, environmental control (hygiene, sanitation, protection of foods, water supply, proper...

Author(s) : Webber, R.

Book chapter : Communicable diseases: a global perspective 2020 No.Ed.6 pp.34-61 ref.8

19. Pest and disease free coconut.

This paper describes some approaches in pest and disease management in coconut plantations. These include the use of cultural, mechanical, biological control, botanical, host plant resistance, behaviour modulation, agro-ecosystem based, chemical and legislative methods. Judicious integration of all ...

Author(s) : Chowdappa, P.; Vinayaka Hegde; Chandrika Mohan; Josephrajkumar, A.; Merin Babu

Publisher : Coconut Development Board, Kochi, India

Journal article : Indian Coconut Journal 2017 Vol.59 No.10 pp.16-20

20. Biosecurity.

This chapter describes the characteristics of a biosecurity programme for disease prevention in poultry, including hygienic maintenance of buildings, equipment, transporters and clothing; contamination of drinking water; pest control; cleaning and disinfection; carcass disposal and depopulation.

Author(s) : Jennison, R.

Book chapter : Poultry health: a guide for professionals 2021 pp.263-273 ref.6

21. Insect pest management.

This book aims to provide an overview of insect pest management, highlighting the major problem areas and contentious issues and, where possible, attempting to identify promising lines and directions for future research and implementation. The book includes descriptions and explanations of the...

Author(s) : Dent, D.; Binks, R. H.

Book : Insect pest management 2020 No.Ed.3 pp.xiv + 363 pp.

22. IPM for spotted wing Drosophila.

This paper focuses on the host range, effect of climate change on the rapidity of invasion and economic damage caused by Drosophila suzukii in the USA. Information on various methods (synthetic baits, sanitation and early harvest, monitoring of ova and larvae, alternative hosts, mating disruption,...

Author(s) : Quarles, W.

Publisher : Bio Integral Research Center, Berkeley, USA

Journal article : IPM Practitioner 2015 Vol.37 No.1/2 pp.1-7 ref.many

23. Biology, ecology and integrated management of the potato tuber moth, Phthorimaea operculella (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae).

The potato tuber moth (PTM), Phthorimaea operculella, also known as tobacco leafminer, is a worldwide agricultural pest of Solanaceae crops, especially destructive to potatoes. It originated from the northern region of Central and South America and now has been distributed in more than 100...

Author(s) : Yan JunJie; Zhang MengDi; Gao YuLin

Publisher : Editorial Office of Acta Entomologica Sinica, Beijing, China

Journal article : Acta Entomologica Sinica 2019 Vol.62 No.12 pp.1469-1482

24. Integrated pest management.

This chapter defines integrated pest management and its components, i.e. cultural, biological and chemical controls. Some of the cultural control methods described include sowing of resistant cultivars and crop rotation, as well as application of interference methods (using pheromones and...

Author(s) : Matthews, G. A.

Book chapter : A history of pesticides 2018 pp.165-195 ref.many

25. Pest and disease free coconut.

Coconut is affected by a wide array of insects, mites, rodents and lethal/debilitating diseases. This paper discusses the integrated pest and disease management (IPDM) tools for a united convergence for sustainable pest/disease management tactics in coconut. The IPDM is a holistic concept wherein...

Author(s) : Chowdappa, P.; Vinayaka Hedge; Chandrika Mohan; Josephrajkumar, A.; Merin Babu

Publisher : Coconut Development Board, Kochi, India

Journal article : Indian Coconut Journal 2018 Vol.60 No.12 pp.24-28