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Current status of stored grain management in Turkey


Current status of stored grain management in Turkey



COST Action 842-1999-2004 Biological control of pest insects and mites with special reference to entomophthorales Proceedings of the Second Meeting of Working Group 4: Bio control of arthropod pests in the stored products, Prague, Czech Re ic, 30-31st May 2002: 53-57



Turkey is considered among the major cereal and raw material producing countries in the world. Grain is often stored for a period of time in Turkey. Several pests such as rodents, insects and mites attack stored grain. The control of storage pests is very important and is carried out, generally, by chemical treatments. In 1998, 297 tonnes of pesticides were used for controlling storage pests.

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