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Insects and other pests cause major economic damage on fruit crops in the tropics. However, some insects are beneficial and have a role in pollinating flowers and thus enabling a fruit set. This book, written by leading authors from around the world, reviews the injurious and beneficial organisms and how they might be controlled to enhance fruit production and quality.
|Pests of Banana||p. 13|
|Tropical Citrus Pests||p. 57|
|Pests and Pollinators of Mango||p. 103|
|Pests of Papaya||p. 131|
|Pests of Pineapple||p. 157|
|Pollinators and Pests of Annona Species||p. 197|
|Pests and Pollinators of Avocado||p. 223|
|Pests of Guava||p. 295|
|Pests of Minor Tropical Fruits||p. 315|
|Pests of Litchi and Longan||p. 331|
|Passion Fruit||p. 361|
|Quarantine Treatments for Pests of Tropical Fruits||p. 391|
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Number Of Pages: 448
Published: 31st July 2002
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 18.42 x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.2