By Bhadriraju Subramanyam, David W. Hagstrum
Insects linked to uncooked grain and processed nutrition reason qualitative and quantitative losses. fighting those losses because of stored-product bugs is vital from the farmer's box to the consumer's desk. whereas conventional insecticides play an important function in stored-product built-in pest administration (IPM), there has lately been, and may stay, a better emphasis on replacement methods. Alternatives to insecticides in Stored-Product IPM information the main promising equipment, starting from severe temperatures to the debatable radiation, and from insect-resistant packaging to pathogens. This assortment is key for an individual in academia, undefined, or govt drawn to pest ecology or nutrients or grain science.
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