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Integrated Pest Management in Rice

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Integrated Pest Management in Rice

Rice IPM aims to provide farmers, extension agents, researchers and students with information and interactive tools to improve their knowledge and skills in integrated pest management. The practical implementation of IPM in rice is achieved by farmers making crop management and crop protection decisions to disrupt the development of pest populations and reduce their impact on crop yield, crop quality and crop revenue. Some of the IPM options available throughout the cropping cycle are indicated below. What you need to know to make informed decisions on IPM practice. IPM is area specific and can be altered by the farmer as and when he faces the different problems of pests.


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