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HDRA. 2002 Cutworms, Family Noctuidae http://www.hdra.org.uk/cgi- bin/countlink.cgi?www.hdra.org.uk/pdfs/international_programme/TPC12- Cutworm.pdf
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.
Phillip, H. 2004 Grasshopper monitoring and control in British Columbia. Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Government of British Columbia.
Research Institute of Organic Agriculture. 2002 Organic coffee. cocoa, and tea. 1st Edition, Druckzentrum Schutz AG, Zurich.
ICIPE. 2003 Development of environmentally friendly management methods for red spider mites in smallholder tomato production systems... 2000 - 2003 ICIPE Scientific Report. CD Rom. International Center for Insect Physiology and Entomology, Nairobi, Kenya.
ICIPE. 2003 Development of biocontrol- based management of Helicoverpa armigera in eastern and southern Africa. 2000- 2003 ICIPE Scientific Report. International Center for Insect Physiology and Entomology, Nairobi, Kenya.
CABI. 2004 Crop protection compendium. 2004 Edition. CAB International Publishing. Wallingford, UK.
Samson, JA. 1989 Tropical fruits. 2nd edition. Longman Singapore Publishers. Singapore.
Zeiss, M.; den Braber, K. 2001 Tea IPM ecological guide. A trainers' reference guide on crop development, major agronomic practices, and disease and insect management in small- holders' tea cultivation in northern Vietnam. CIDSE, Vietnam.
Endersby, N.; Ridland, P. 1999 Time to start monitoring for diamondback moth in Asian Brassica vegetables. Access to Asian Vegetables, Issue No. 23 (English Edition), Institute for Horticultural Development – Knoxfield.

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