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The potential for the integration of plant resistance, agronomic, biological, physical/mechanical techniques, and pesticides for pest control in farming systems



The potential for the integration of plant resistance, agronomic, biological, physical/mechanical techniques, and pesticides for pest control in farming systems



Chemistry and world food supplies: the new frontiers CHEMRAWN II Invited papers presented at the International Conference on Chemistry and World Food Supplies, Manila, Philippines, 6-10 December 1982: 173-184



The potential for integrated pest control in farming systems is reviewed, with special reference to pests of rice.

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