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Hindmarsh, P.S.; Tyler, P.S.; Webley, D.J. (1978)
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Traditionally, structures for the storage of grain from peasant farms in tropical countries haveĀ·been concerned with keeping the rain off and the rats out. However, a major source of loss in storage, that caused by insect damage, has not been effectively controlled by traditional methods. The use of fumigants, certain safe and effective insecticides and improvements to storage structures may provide a solution, but the existence of an adequate and well-trained advisory service is essential.
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