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Organizations relating to Pests

International Centre for the Application of Pesticides / Est. 1982
Tree Pest Management Network for Central, Eastern and Southern Africa / Est. 1996
African Pest and Environment Management Foundation
FAO-EU Integrated Pest Management Programme for Cotton in Asia / Est. 1999
International Society for Pest Information / Est. 2001
Caribbean Integrated Pest Management Network / Est. 1998
Caribbean Plant Protection Commission / Est. 1967
Centre of Overseas Pest Research
Pest Management Research and Development Network / Est. 1986
International Committee for Concerted Action Against Potato Blight / Est. 1936
Eastern Africa Root Crops Research Network / Est. 1984
International Institute of Biological Control / Est. 1927
Joint Anti-Locust and Anti-Aviarian Organization / Est. 1965
International Neem Network / Est. 1994
Biological Control Center for Africa
Collaborative Network for Vegetable Research and Development in Central America
FAO Committee of Experts on Pest Control / Est. 1962
International Red Locust Control Organization for Central and Southern Africa / Est. 1970
Agreement Concerning Cooperation in the Quarantine of Plants and Their Protection Against Pests and Diseases / Est. 1959
Consortium for International Crop Protection / Est. 1978
European Committee of Pest Control Training Centres
Asian Pest Control
European Confederation of Pest Control Associations / Est. 1974
DNA Fingerprinting of Chickpea Ascochyta Blight Fungus Research Network
International Pesticide and Pest Control Task Force

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World Problems relating to Pests

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Insufficient pest control
Underutilization of biocontrol
Untested use of hormones
Overuse of chemicals to control pests
Locust plagues
Black flies as pests
Pests and diseases of trees
Pests of plants
Pests and diseases of vines
Undeveloped jungle pest control
Crop pests and diseases
Animal pests
Protected birds as crop pests
Rock infested soils
Failure of integrated pest management
Blighted land use
Urban bird pests
Pests and diseases of capsicum
Indiscriminate destruction of weeds

Action Strategies relating to Pests

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Using biological pest control
Studying insect pests
Destroying pests of plants
Using integrated pest management
Providing pest control
Developing pesticide and herbicide tolerant crops
Treating pest infestations of buildings
Sterilizing male pest populations
Studying introduction of new species of pests
Destroying animal pests
Destroying crop pests and diseases
Controlling locusts
Studying crop pests and diseases
Studying crop pests and diseases
Studying pests and diseases of trees
Destroying introduced species of insect pests
Preserving plant immunity to pests
Limiting pest control
Using hormones for pest control
Destroying insect pests of plants
Destroying household pests
Studying household pests
Destroying insect pests
Destroying pests of wood
Improving institutions for transferring integrated pest management technologies

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