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FAO. 2002 Training modules on conservation agriculture. Land and Water Digital Media Series # 22. Food and Agriculture Organization, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, Rome, Italy.
Kuepper, G.; Dodson, M. 2001 Traditional companion planting. Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas. ATTRA. http://attra.ncat.org/attra- pub/complant.html
Zalom, F.; et al. 2000 Tomato. UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Zalom, F.; et al. 2002 Tomato. UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources.
IFA. 2000 Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) http://www.fertilizer.org/ifa/publicat/html/pubman/tomato.htm
Gilrien, D. 2001 Tipping the scales. Grounds Maintenance. www.grounds.mag.com
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.
Endersby, N.; Ridland, P. 1999 Time to start monitoring for diamondback moth in Asian Brassica vegetables. Access to Asian Vegetables, Issue No. 23.
O’neil, R.; Canas, L. 2000 The use of sugar solutions to enhance the impact of predators of fall armyworm in maize. Department of Entomology, Purdue University. West Lafayette, USA.
PCARRD. 2000 The state of the art vegetables. Philippines control Arthropod pests of your Anthuriums the environment- friendly way. PCARRD and Department of Science and Technology. Press Release No. 70 July 18, Series of 2002.

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