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Un Guide Pratique pour la Gestion des Mouches des Fruits (Tephritidae) d'Importance Economique en Afrique [A Practical Guide for Managing Fruit Flies (Tephritidae) of Economic Importance in Africa]

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By: Sun Ekesi(Editor), MK Billah(Editor)
143 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour distribution maps, tables
Un Guide Pratique pour la Gestion des Mouches des Fruits (Tephritidae) d'Importance Economique en Afrique [A Practical Guide for Managing Fruit Flies (Tephritidae) of Economic Importance in Africa]
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  • Un Guide Pratique pour la Gestion des Mouches des Fruits (Tephritidae) d'Importance Economique en Afrique [A Practical Guide for Managing Fruit Flies (Tephritidae) of Economic Importance in Africa] ISBN: 9789290642183 Edition: 2 Spiralbound Jan 2006 Out of Print #201478
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Language: French, an English version is also available

A 7-chapter book with contributions from six authors with rearing and handling experiences on fruit flies in Africa. It provides information on the life cycle, damage symptoms, species composition, distribution and host plants of major fruit flies attacking fruits and vegetables in Africa. The purpose, tools and methodology for fruit fly monitoring, suppression and host fruit processing and handling are also comprehensively covered, with brief sections on safety precautions during monitoring and suppression.

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Out of Print
By: Sun Ekesi(Editor), MK Billah(Editor)
143 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour distribution maps, tables
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