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Contribution to the development of an integrated control method against Coelaenomenodera minuta Uh., principal pest of Elaeis guineensis in West Africa


, : Contribution to the development of an integrated control method against Coelaenomenodera minuta Uh., principal pest of Elaeis guineensis in West Africa. Oleagineux 41(8-9): 367-376

As part of current research on integrated control methods suitable to Coelaenomenodera minuta on oil palm, an account is given of preliminary work on the formulation of theory of measurement and simulation of attacks by the chrysomelid on oil palm, using a random contagion process; the mathematical model used is described, which includes the outward spread and the localized intensification of chrysomelid attacks in plantations.

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