The political economy of the Indonesian itegrated pest management program during the 1989-1999 period
Indonesia is considered to have been successful in implementing the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program during 1989-1999. The critical activity of this IPM program was to conduct the participatory training of farmers in IPM practices. Participants were asked to observe and find or discover, by themselves, pests and their natural enemies and then to discuss their findings with one another and freely express their own opinions. Then they were encouraged to derive practical conclusions and...[Show more]
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|Book Title:||Integrated Pest Management: Experiences with Implementation, Global Overview, Vol.4|
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