A Research and Development plan for the introduction of Integrated Pest Management in the Ethiopian Rose Sector

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    Abstract

    All parties involved agree upon the advantages of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Ethiopian rose production. There should be no a priori limitation to the introduction of IPM including biological control. Transport facilities, willingness by farmers, consumers’ zero-tolerance to chemical residues, positive experiences in other countries, and growing cooperation between growers, researchers and government are some of the enabling factors. However, the introduction will not be a matter of simply changing pesticide use, or of adopting a technology. The key factor will be the growing confidence of growers to be involved in and contribute to the process of developing a more sustainable rose production in Ethiopia.
    LanguageEnglish
    Place of PublicationWageningen
    PublisherPlant Research International
    Number of pages44
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

    Publication series

    NamePRI - Report
    PublisherPlant Research International

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    integrated pest management
    research and development
    growers
    Rosa
    zero tolerance
    chemical residues
    Ethiopia
    biological control
    pesticides
    researchers
    farmers

    Keywords

    • integrated pest management
    • floriculture
    • roses
    • ethiopia
    • agricultural situation

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    Wageningen : Plant Research International, 2007. 44 p. (PRI - Report).

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