2 Results for 'School of Natural & Rural Systems Management, The University of Queensland, Gatton'

Participative Approaches To Enhance Adoption Of Fasciolosis Control Strategies In Cattle In Yogya-Karta Province, Indonesia

Fasciolosis is a widespread, significant, endemic problem in cattle in rice-growing areas of Indonesia. Its effects are usually sub-clinical so it remains largely unrecognised by farmers and extensionists. Indonesian and Australian parasitologists have developed a suite of control strategies. Initial ...Read More

Participative Approaches To Enhance Adoption Of Fasciolosis Control Strategies In Cattle In Yogya-Karta Province, Indonesia

Market pressure is forcing New Zealand greenhouse tomato growers to shift from conventional to more environmentally-friendly pest control methods such as IPM (Integrated Pest Management). Growers can access IPM manuals, but these tend to provide generalized advice, which they find difficult to ...Read More