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By Karim M Maredia, David Mota-Sanchez, Dona Dakouo

This booklet offers reports and profitable case stories of built-in pest administration (IPM) from constructed and constructing nations and from significant foreign centres and programmes.In approximately forty chapters, the next topics are addressed:Emerging concerns in IPM, corresponding to biotechnology, pesticide guidelines, socio-economic considerationsCountry reports from Africa, Asia, North and South the USA, Europe, Australia and New ZealandRegional and foreign studies, together with FAO, the area financial institution and CGIAR System-wide IPM application

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O’Neil1, J. Stephen Yaninek1, Douglas A. Landis2 and David B. Orr3 1Department of Entomology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA; of Entomology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA; 3Department of Entomology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA 2Department Introduction Biological control of insects1 is the use of natural enemies (parasitoids, predators and pathogens) to reduce or maintain insect pest populations below an economic, action or aesthetic threshold (DeBach and Rosen, 1991; Bellows and Fischer, 1999).

Conclusion Like the concept of a decision support system, the Internet’s potential is an integrative system of static, dynamic, and real-time multi-way communications and information. To date, the examples of Internetbased IPM resources often represent extraordinary effort and creativity in exploiting this new medium. At present, most IPM information accessible via the Internet is static, such as electronic versions of informational brochures, fact sheets, extension guides and papers. Nevertheless, the number of online interactive (databasedriven) resources is growing with time.

B. D. (eds) Sustainable Agriculture in Temperate Zones. John Wiley & Sons, New York, pp. 55–109. , Rutledge, C. and Sasson, A. (1992) Biotechnology: Economic and Social Aspects: Issues for Developing Countries. Cambridge University Press, 388 pp. ESA Newsletter (1994) Insects: international food. Bees Wax. The Newsletter for ESA’s youth members, Entomological Society of America (ESA), 17(2), 2. O. O. (1993) Some edible insects of Kwara state, Nigeria. American Entomologist, Summer 1993, 113–116.

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