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Integrated pest management participatory extension in eastern region



Integrated pest management participatory extension in eastern region



The 37th Kasetsart University Annual Conference, 3-5 February, 1999: 396-401



Integrated pest management (IPM) participatory extension originated from the cooperation between the Royal Thai Government and the Federal Republic of Germany. The work started with eastern region fruit growers on two fruit crops, durian and mango, in January 1994. Six guiding principles encouraged staff to work together with the fruit growers.

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