The Need for Herbicide Use in Direct Seeding, Promotes More Sustainable and Implementation of Integrated Systems
Technological advances the Argentine has been in recent years such that now stands at the forefront worldwide. The explosion of agriculture, tillage, GM crops and the widespread use of glyphosate have raised controversy, especially regarding the toxicity of the latter. Before weeds are controlled with tillage and these involve serious problems of erosion and soil degradation. Tillage and herbicides have changed the situation and consequently the sustainability of production systems.
This guide covers multiple states and production areas. Pest problems vary across the Southeast. Pesticide rates are a guideline. Exceptions are noted for specific locations and pests, but this guide does not list every exception. Listed pesticides may not be registered for the uses recommended here in all states.
Combined Efficacy of Biofertilizer with Different Biopesticides on Aphid’s Infestation (Acyrnthosiphon pisum) and the Productivity of Pea Crop (Pisum sativum)
Estudio de la densidad de trips bajo distintas formas de manejo de un cultivo de cebolla en el área de riego del valle inferior del Río Colorado, provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Study of Combined Pesticidal Effect of Black Onion Seed (Nigella sativa) and Bacillus thuringiensis on Red Flour Beetle (Tribolium castaneum)
Efectividad de algunos insecticidas para el control de Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) en tomate, Solanum lycopersicum L.
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:
Integrated Management of Sweetpotato Weevil (Cylas puncticollis (B.)) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) at Chano Dorga, Southern Ethiopia