Pests and Diseases of Tropical Crops, Volume 2

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Longman, 1982 - Pests - 432 pages
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The companion to Volume 1, this is an illustrated reference handbook to the identification and control of damage done to tropical plants by pests and diseases. Major crops are listed and their pests and diseases detailed with reference to symptoms, distribution and treatment.

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Contents

Damage by pathogens
16
Pest damage and disease
25
Control of key pest groups and diseases
33
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About the author (1982)

Dennis S. Hill is an English zoologist specializing in entomology, with considerable experience in agricultural entomology. His B.Sc. and MSc. degrees are from Hull University and his Ph.D. is from Hong Kong University. He has studied insects and lectured on entomology, ecology, and other subjects in diverse locations around the world. His published works include 14 books, 35 research papers, and numerous reports, reviews, and articles. Hill has also developed advisory literature and teaching manuals dealing with insects, crop pests, and community ecology.

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