International Ag-Sieve


Volume III, Number 1, 1990 (Biocontrol)


  • Togo Tries Biocontrol

  • Editorial

  • Breaking Strigas Stranglehold

  • A Sampling of Research Centers and Information Resources

  • Recent Books & Reports

  • Predatious Ants Patrol Sweet Potatoes in Cuba

  • Melon Intercrop Smothers Weeds in Plantain Fields

  • Peruvian Virus Knocks Potato Tuber Moth

    Volume IV, Number 2, 1991 (Biocontrol)

    "biological control is particularly appropriate for pest problems where: a certain amount of damage is tolerable; the initial or recureent cost of other control methods is too high in comparison with the value of the crop; or existing control measures are unsatisfactory, or their deleterious side effects are unacceptable."

    D.F. Waterhouse and K.R. Norris


  • Bt Coconut Bombs Strike Malaria Vector

  • Intercropping Suppresses Whitefly in Colombia

  • Dragonfly Larvae Dine on Dengue Vector

  • A New Biofungicide from China

  • Habitat Reservoirs: 'Home Sweet Home' for Beneficial Insects

  • Additional Reading About Habitat Management

  • First Resistance to Bt Documented

  • Control Nematodes with Azolla

  • Beneficial Insects Thwart Storage Losses

  • Biocontrol Information Sources

    Volume IV, Number 4, 1991 (General)

    "crop protection specialists are increasingly being asked to develop pest control methods that are more compatible with the goals of sustainable, productive, stable and equitable agriculture. to meet these aims, research must seek to integrate a range of complemetary pest control methods in a mutually enhancing fashion..."

    Michel P. Pimbert, ICRISAT


  • Fungal Doom for Locusts and Grasshoppers

  • Nibbling Pests Trigger Scent Alarm

  • Researchers, Farmers, and Extersionists: a Rare Rendezvous in Senegal

  • Ageratum Hosts Citrus Beneficials in China

  • Extracts Surpass Synthetics for Suppressing Grasshoppers

  • "lime" Acid Soils with Green Manures

  • Chickens

  • Kangkong Seeds Success for Bangladesh Disaster Victims

    Volume V, Number 6, 1993 (Integrated Pest Management)


  • Farmers Take a Leap of Faith

  • Editorial

  • IPM by Trial and Error

  • Farmer Trials Promote IPM for Millet in Mali

  • Snails Be Gone

  • Garlic Can Kill

  • Controlling Crop Pests and Diseases

  • Rethinking IPM

  • IPM Resources