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  • The WVU Tree Fruit Research and Education Center

  • The WVU-KTFREC web site serves up timely information on pests and diseases of temperate zone tree fruit crops.

  • Crop Protection Programme

  • The Crop Protection Programme is committed to the development and promotion of socially and environmentally acceptable technologies to reduce crop losses caused by pests. Protecting crops from pests contributes to poverty elimination, sustainable livelihoods and environmental sustainability by: stabilising and increasing food supplies; decreasing production costs leading to cheaper food; improving food quality and safety; improving market opportunities and market access; decreasing health risks through safer production methods; reducing drudgery and using labour more efficiently.

  • James A Mackie

  • Supplier of aquaculture and animal health products, organic crop sprays and chlorine replacement

  • Pigeon anti-roosting spikes

  • Anti roosting spikes do not hurt birds, they simply deter pigeons from landing on your property preventing the birds soiling your building. Jones & Son are the only spike supplier recommended by the UK Government organisation PICAS.

  • The Plant Pathology Internet Guide Book (PPIGB)

  • PPIGB is a subject specific internet platform

  • Coccidiosis Vaccine

  • Coccidiosis vaccine for Broiler Breeders, Broilers, Layers and Turkeys.

  • PestWeb - Pest Control Industry Website

  • Specializing in links to pest control associations, education resources, government resources, manufacturers, distributors, industry news, products, online industry training and MSDS and Label viewing.

  • Integrated Weed Control

  • Biological products and consulting services for weed management. Montana.

  • Brown Spruce Longhorn Beetle

  • Brief account of this pest of spruce trees, its growth, and means of control.

  • Wildlife Damage Control

  • Extensive information on the responsible management of damage caused by raccoons, skunks, squirrels, chipmunks, bats, opossums, beavers, woodchucks, coyotes, moles, voles, mice, and pigeons.

  • Oregon Pest Control Association

  • Organization of the Oregon professional pest control industry. Events calendar and other organization information.

  • Pesticide Resistance

  • Online browsable book by the Committee on Strategies for the Management of Pesticide Resistant Pest Populations.

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