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    Insect Resistance Management: Biology, Economics, and Prediction

    R2 313,00
    Neither pest management nor resistance management can occur with only an understanding of pest biology. For years, entomologists have understood, with their use of economic thresholds, that at least a minimal use of economics was necessary for proper integrated pest management. This title addresses these issues and more.

    Greenhouse Pest Management

    R1 079,00 R1 206,52

    In Search of More Solutions: More Ideas for Problem Solving Activities

    R578,00
    This book provides students with opportunities to develop their problem-solving skills and teachers with ideas for assignments and investigations.

    Hemp Diseases and Pests: Management and Biological Control

    R1 718,00 R2 442,32
    Hemp is enjoying a worldwide resurgence. This unique book combines a review of the hemp pest and disease literature published over the past 50 years with up-to-date information on modern biological control techniques.

    The Brown Recluse Spider

    R575,00
    The brown recluse is a fascinating spider very well adapted to dwelling in houses and other buildings. It has become infamous throughout North America. In this book, Richard S. Vetter educates readers regarding the biology of the brown recluse spider and medical aspects of its bites.

    Achieving Sustainable Cultivation of Wheat: Cultivation Techniques: Volume 2

    R3 232,00
    Volume 2 discusses ways of improving cultivation from variety selection to post-harvest storage. It reviews trends in integrated crop management, sustainable intensification and organic cultivation before concluding by looking at ways of supporting smallholders in the developing world.

    Our Children's Toxic Legacy: How Science and Law Fail to Protect Us from Pesticides

    R924,00
    This text traces the history of pesticide law and science and arrives at the conclusion that we have failed to protect ourselves, and especially our children, from pesticide contamination of food, soil, water and air. It suggests that more fundamental reforms are needed to contain the health risks.