The biological control of plant pests, diseases and weeds has become a major component of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in most parts of the world, in the field as well as in horticulture under greenhouse.
"Climate Change and Plant Diseases: Challenges and Opportunities" to be held at Department of Agriculture & Agribusiness Management, University of Karachi, Karachi (Pakistan) during December 23-25, 2013.
Balancing biodiversity preservation with food production presents a challenge. If we are to survive as a species, food production is paramount. But the gradual destruction of forests, watersheds, and other natural habitats in order to produce that food could lead to the eventual demise of our natural resource wealth.
CGIAR Systemwide Program on Integrated Pest Management
The Systemwide Program on Integrated Pest Management (SP-IPM) is a global group of scientists and institutions that spearheads forward-looking research and outreach programs on crop pest and disease management by pulling together the individual strengths and expertise of several CGIAR centers and their partners.
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SP-IPM Secretariat c/o International Institute of Tropical Agriculture Ibadan, Nigeria SP-IPM@cgiar.org
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