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close this bookIntegrated Pest Management in Developing Countries Proceedings (NRI, 1992)
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close this folderIntroduction
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View the documentBackground
View the documentDefinitions and objectives of IPM
View the documentAdvantages of the ipm approach
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close this folderCurrent status of pest management activities
View the documentTechnical/socio-economic activities
View the documentInstitutions supporting IPM
View the documentRoles of different controls for insect pests, diseases and weed management
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View the documentTechnical/socio-economic constraints
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close this folderOpportunities for Implementing IPM
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View the documentRequirements for ipm implementation
View the documentOpportunities for accelerating IPM implementation
close this folderInstitutional (organizational) mechanisms for improving IPM implementation
View the documentJustification for improving the institutional aspects of IPM implementation
View the documentOptions for new institutional mechanisms
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View the documentAppendix 1 - List of acronyms
View the documentAppendix 2 - List of participants in the study
View the documentAppendix 3 - Participants at IPM workshop, December 1989, Singapore
View the documentAppendix 4 - Sample questionnaire
View the documentAppendix 5 - Respondents to questionnaires, and crops covered