The Impacts of Biofertilizer and Mineral Fertilization on the Growth and Production of Yellow Passion Fruit Irrigated with Moderately Saline Water
EPF: Evaluación y Planeación para el Fortalecimiento de los Sistemas Nacionales de Control de la Producción Orgánica
Effect of Bokashi and Vermicompost Leachate on Yield and Quality of Pepper (Capsicum annuum) and Onion (Allium cepa) Under Monoculture and Intercropping Cultures
Interest in nonchemical pest control has increased over the past several years. To some people, this means the same as “organic farming,” which implies nature’s way. But in this publication, we talk about controlling pests without chemicals, or at least fewer chemicals. This approach does have some limitations.
Here are some of them:
1. The problem area needs more personal attention.
2. Nonchemical control is hard work, so it may be better for small areas. This depends on the available labor supply.
- The need for ISFM
- Principles of ISFM
- Soil fertility management practices
- Targeting ISFM options
- Soil and crop production – an introduction
- Tables and reference information
- Improving soil fertility
- Proper weed management
- Effective pest management
- Effective disease management
- Reducing postharvest losses
- Marketing and organic certification of cassava production