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close this bookAgricultural Development and Vector-Borne Diseases (FAO - HABITAT - UNEP - WHO, 1996, 91 p.)
close this folderTopic J: Plant protection, pest control and chemical inputs
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View the documentJ.1 Spraying rice for pest control, Lao People’s Republic
View the documentJ.2 Spraying rice for pest control, Lao People’s Republic
View the documentJ.3 Spraying rice for pest control, People’s Republic of China
View the documentJ.4 Spraying rice for pest control, People’s Republic of China
View the documentJ.5 Pest control and fertilizer spraying
View the documentJ.6 Broadcasting fertilizer in paddy fields, Tamil Nadu, India
View the documentJ.7 Traps for tsetse fly (human sleeping sickness, cattle nagana) control, Burkina Faso
View the documentJ.8 Chemical control of tsetse flies, Burkina Faso
View the documentJ.9 Chemical control of tsetse flies, Burkina Faso
View the documentJ.10 Azolla use in rice fields, as joint weed control/fertilizer, Tamil Nadu, India
View the documentJ.11 Azolla use in rice fields, as joint weed control/fertilizer, Tamil Nadu, India
View the documentJ.12 Close up of Azolla
View the documentJ.13 Laboratory studies: effect of Azolla coverage on anopheline mosquitoes
View the documentJ.14 Laboratory studies: effect of Azolla coverage on culicine mosquitoes
View the documentJ.15 Dragonfly on sugar cane, Tamil Nadu, India
View the documentJ.16 Gambusia for rice field mosquito control, Afghanistan
View the documentJ.17 Focal application of Bayluscide® in an irrigation canal, Egypt
View the documentJ.18 Fish kill by Bayluscide®, Egypt
View the documentJ.19 Mechanical weed clearance of canals
View the documentJ.20 The Chinese grass carp
View the documentJ.21 Lined canal with fast water flow, Zimbabwe
View the documentJ.22 Drying out of canals
View the documentJ.23 Control of Rhombomys colonies in the former USSR (now Uzbekistan)
View the documentJ.24 Alternate wetting and drying in Chinese rice irrigation
View the documentJ.25 Vector larvae populations in conventionally irrigated rice fields versus those with alternate wetting and drying
View the documentJ.26 Effect of alternate wetting and drying on the rice yield
View the documentJ.27 The International Code of Conduct

J.8 Chemical control of tsetse flies, Burkina Faso


Slide J.8 Chemical control of tsetse flies, Burkina Faso