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Agroecology Research Group. 2000 Corn- Bean- Squash Intercrop in Mexico. http://www.agroecology.org/cases/cornbeansquash.htm
Amalin, D.; Vasquez. E. 1993 A handbook on Philippine sweetpotato pests and their natural enemies. International Potato Center (CIP). Los Baņos, Laguna, Philipppines.
Ashri, A. 1989 Sesame. Oil Crops of the World. Robbelen, G.; Downey, R.K.; and A. Ashri (eds.). McGraw- Hill Publishing Company: New York. pp. 375?387.
Basta, A.; Spooner- Hart, R. 2003 Efficacy of an extract of Dorrigo pepper (Tasmannia stipitata ) against two- spotted mite and greenhouse thrips. Spray Oils Beyond 2000: Sustainable Pest and Disease Management. eds: G.A.C. Beattie and D.M. Watson. ACIAR.Canberra.
Beattie, A. et.al. 2002 Evaluation of rapeseed- based plant oils for control of citrus leafminer and their phytotoxicity to lemon. In: Spray Oils Beyond 2000. University of Western Sydney.
Bedigian, D. 2004 History and lore of sesame in Southwest Asia. Economic Botany 58 (3): pp. 329?353.
Bhatti, I.H,; Ahmad, R.: and Nazir M. S. 2005 Agronomic traits of sesame as affected by grain legumes intercropping and planting patterns. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences 42: pp. 56?60.
Bodnar, J. 1997 Garlic Production. Ministry of Agriculture and Food. Ontario. http://www.gov.on.ca/OMAF/english/crops/facts/97- 007.htm
Braun, M. 1997 IPM Training Manual. Tanzanian- German IPM Project, GTZ, PPD, Shinyaga, Tanzania.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden. 1999 Natural insect control: The ecological gardener's guide to foiling pests. Handbook # 139. Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Inc. Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.

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