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Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests

B. R. Champ

Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests

by B. R. Champ

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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grain -- Storage -- Diseases and injuries.,
  • Grain -- Diseases and pests.,
  • Insect pests -- Control.,
  • Insecticide resistance.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGlobal survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests., Pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests.
    Statementby B.R. Champ and C.E. Dyte.
    SeriesFAO plant production and protection series ;, no. 5
    ContributionsDyte, C. E., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB608.G6 C38 1976
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 297 p. :
    Number of Pages297
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2593691M
    ISBN 109251000220
    LC Control Number85147317

    Authors: Stephanie Williamson with Robert Mensah Layout: Susanna Acland Date of publication: October Published by PAN UK Pesticide Action Network UK The Brighthelm Centre, North Road. Full text of "Report on natural resources for food and agriculture in the Asia and Pacific Region" See other formats.

    This paper undertakes a broad survey of the consequences of global warming of anthropogenic origin (or “climate change, ”, as it is commonly called) and its impact on agriculture. It provides a broadbrush broad-brush account of both the biophysical impact of climate change on agriculture, and its attendant economic and social consequences.. Beginning with a discussion on climate change.   The fight against agricultural and household pests accompanies the history of humanity, and a total ban on the use of pesticides seems unlikely to happen in the foreseeable future. Currently, about , different chemicals, inorganic and organic, are currently in the market, grouped according to their function as insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, fumigants, rodenticides, fertilizers Cited by: 2.

    22 Varieties of nuts and fruits sometimes treated with methyl bromide Target pests of dried fruits and nuts i World production of main dried fruits and nut crops. 3 year average (/91 - /93) r Target pests in beverage crops Herbs and spices sometimes disinfested with methyl bromide -, The editors included chemical and non-chemical methods, as both are essential in IPM. They set the scene for more information regarding emerging issues in stored product protection, such as emerging, alien and invasive species as threats for global food security, as well as the importance of stored-product arthropods for human health.


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Book: Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests. pp pp. ref.p. Abstract: The present report is the outcome of a global survey, undertaken by FAO in and following reports of the rapidly emerging problems of pesticide resistance pesticide resistance Subject Category: PropertiesCited by: Spine title: Global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests.

Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Series Title: FAO plant production and protection series, no. Other Titles: Global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests Pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests.

An account is given of a global survey of pesticide susceptibility in stored grain pests sponsored by FAO. A total of samples of insects were collected from 61 countries duringand these, together with samples from another 24 countries not visited, were cultured for testing the level and extent of resistance to malathion, gamma -BHC (lindane), methyl bromide and by: Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests (FAO plant production and protection series) by B.

R Champ | Jan 1, Paperback. Section 8 - Chemical control methods insecticides and pesticides. Report of the FAO Global Survey of Pesticide Susceptibility of Stored Grain Pests.

FAO Plt. Prod. and Prot. Ser. FAO, Rome. MATSUMURA, F Toxicology of Insecticides. Plenum Press, N.Y. Champ BR, Dyte CE () Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests.

Plant Prod Prot Bull –52 Google Scholar Chaudhuri N, Senapati SK () Development and reproductive performance of rice moth Corcyra cephalonica Stainton (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in different rearing by: 3. Champ, B. R., and Dyte, C. E.,Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests, FAO Plant Production Protect.

Paper No. 5, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome. Google ScholarCited by: Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper No. Davidse, L. C., D. Looigen, L. Turkensteen, and D.

van der Wall Champ B R, Dyte C E, Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests. Rome, Italy: FAO. DCA - Nationalt Center for Fødevarer og Jordbrug, Denmark, Update of pest status in Denmark for specific harmful organisms in relation to export of seeds - part 1.

In Proceedings of the 5th International Working Conference on Stored-Product Protection (Edited by Fleurat-Lessard F. and Ducom P.), pp.

Bordeaux, France. Champ B. and Dyte C. () Report of the FAO Global Survey of Pesticide Susceptibility of Stored Pests, p. FAO, by: Survey of insect infestation of stored grains and management of the pest problems by grain merchants in Ogbomoso Metropolis, Southwestern Nigeria August Samuel Adelani BabarindeAuthor: Samuel Adelani Babarinde.

Characteristics of diatomaceous earth as biopesticide for control of stored pests. Report of the FAO Global. Survey of pesticide susceptibility o f stored grain pests.

FAO, Rim, Italija, Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York. Champ B. and Dyte C. () Report on the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests. FAO Plant Protect.

Prod. Serv. 5, Chaudhry M. and Price N. () Biochemistry of phosphine-uptake in susceptible and phosphine-resistant strains of two species of stored-product Cited by: 6. Insect pests infest grain that is stored for a few months to up to one year or longer, and fumigation is commonly performed for disinfestation [].One of the most cosmopolitan pests to cereal grains and milled grain products is the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) [].This pest can be controlled through fumigation with hydrogen phosphide gas, also known as by: 2.

Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests. FAO plant production and protection series, no. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

The efficacy of ozone was evaluated against four economically-important stored-product insect species at C and % r.h. Adults of phosphine-susceptible laboratory strains and phosphine-resistant field strains of the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum (Herbst), saw-toothed grain beetle, Oryzaephilus surinamensis (Linnaeus), maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky, and rice weevil Cited by: 8.

The United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAG) has organized a global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored-grain pests (Champ and Dyte, ), in- cluding some typing of OP resistance.

Monitoring stored-product pests in food processing plants with pheromone trapping, contour mapping, and mark-recapture Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, chlorpyrifos-methyl and s-methoprene against five stored-grain by: This website provides easy access to all the pesticide-related information that is contained in various pesticide topical sites.

It also includes news and meeting information, an A-Z index, and more. Plant source are getting better attention as prophylactic measures for the control of pests in storage, due to safety to other than target pests (Jood et al., ).

Insecticidal effects of many plants beside pests of stored grains have been established. B. R. Champ, and C. E. Dyte. Report of the FAO global survey of pesticide susceptibility of stored grain pests. Food and Agriculture Organization of Cited by:   The United States is the world's third largest wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) producer, with >56 million metric tons of wheat harvested in (WORCNASS ).After harvest, U.S.

wheat is often stored in commercial grain management facilities referred to as country elevators. A country elevator serves farmers within a shipping distance of ≈30 km. Commercial storage structures in the Cited by:   This report is FAO's latest assessment of the long-term outlook for the world's food supplies, nutrition and agriculture.

It presents the projections and the main messages. The projections cover supply and demand for the major agricultural commodities and Cited by: