Establishment of integrated pest management infrastructure: a community-based action program for Bemisia management

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Abstract

The development of community infrastructure for introducing IPM programs allows pest management activities to be targeted at the multi-farm level. This level of management may be particularly appropriate for a mobile pest such as sweetpotato whitefly. A community IPM program for managing Bemisia (Hemiptera: Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) in cotton was initiated in the Laveen-Tolleson community of C Arizona. This program was delivered in three interacting components, education, validation and implementation.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationBemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management
EditorsD. Gerling, R.T. Mayer
PublisherIntercept
Pages681-693
Number of pages13
StatePublished - 1996

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Ellsworth, P. C., Diehl, J. W., & Husman, S. H. (1996). Establishment of integrated pest management infrastructure: a community-based action program for Bemisia management. In D. Gerling, & R. T. Mayer (Eds.), Bemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management (pp. 681-693). Intercept.

Establishment of integrated pest management infrastructure : a community-based action program for Bemisia management. / Ellsworth, Peter C; Diehl, J. W.; Husman, Stephen H.

Bemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management. ed. / D. Gerling; R.T. Mayer. Intercept, 1996. p. 681-693.

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Ellsworth, PC, Diehl, JW & Husman, SH 1996, Establishment of integrated pest management infrastructure: a community-based action program for Bemisia management. in D Gerling & RT Mayer (eds), Bemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management. Intercept, pp. 681-693.
Ellsworth PC, Diehl JW, Husman SH. Establishment of integrated pest management infrastructure: a community-based action program for Bemisia management. In Gerling D, Mayer RT, editors, Bemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management. Intercept. 1996. p. 681-693
Ellsworth, Peter C ; Diehl, J. W. ; Husman, Stephen H. / Establishment of integrated pest management infrastructure : a community-based action program for Bemisia management. Bemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management. editor / D. Gerling ; R.T. Mayer. Intercept, 1996. pp. 681-693
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