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Sustainable Insect Pest Management

Edited By: S Ignacimuthu and S Jayaraj
320 pages, Tabs
Sustainable Insect Pest Management
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  • Sustainable Insect Pest Management ISBN: 9788173196089 Hardback Nov 2004 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Indiscriminate use of agricultural chemicals has resulted in problems of pest resurgence and development of resistance on the one hand and has posed serious problems of environmental contamination on the other hand. The importance of achieving food production through the use of ecofriendly sustainable pest management techniques is being realised more and more in the recent past.

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Edited By: S Ignacimuthu and S Jayaraj
320 pages, Tabs
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