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AgEcon Search 11 records found 1 - 10next  jump to record:
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The costs and returns structure has been reported for the production of major off-season vegetables, viz. tomato, cabbage cauliflower and peas in two vegetable-dominated [...]
2011-06 | Journal Article |
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Diamondback moth (DBM) (Plutella xylostella (L.» insecticide efficacy and population dynamics studies were conducted in 51. Kitts 1985 1987. Experiment station and "on-f [...]
English | 1987 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The research was conducted on two farms previously under carrot {Decucus cerote) monoculture and intercropped sweet potato (Ipomoea betetes) and carrot, respectively, for [...]
English | 1985 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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In order to solve the problem of waste disposal after banana harvest, we use banana stalk to produce banana stalk organic fertilizer, through a plot experiment. We compar [...]
2016-07 | Journal Article |
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Three handling experiments with 4 treatments each (i.e., control, newspaper wrap, alum, alum with newspaper wrap) were conducted to verify the benefits of alum spray and [...]
2009 | Journal Article |
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The management of root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) in carrot was studied over a three-year period in Sl. Vincent. Onion (Al1ium cepa), chive (Allium schaenopras [...]
English | 1987 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The authors perform an analysis of economic indicators in the production of cabbage in the Republic of Macedonia, based on statistics (2005- 2009) and data from directly [...]
2010 | Journal Article |
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Plutella xylostella L. is a most serious of insect pest for cruciferous or Brassica crops throughout the world. The common name of this insect pest is the Diamondback Mot [...]
2012-03 | Journal Article |

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