Pests affected by intensive rice cropping / cropping systems / farming systems

White rice stemborer Litsinger, J.A., A.L. Alviola, C.G. dela Cruz, B.L. Canapi, E.H. Batay-an III, and A.T. Barrion. 2006. Rice white stemborer Scirpophaga innotata (Walker) in southern Mindanao, Philippines. II. Planting synchrony and the role of natural enemies. International Journal of Pest Management 52: 23-27. J76

Nephotettix tungro vectors in different rice habitats Bottenberg, H., J.A. Litsinger, A.T. Barrion, and P.E. Kenmore. 1990. Presence of tungro vectors and their natural enemies in different rice habitats in Malaysia. Agric. Ecosys. Environ. 31:1-15. J31

Tungro versus cropping intensity Malaysia Bottenberg, H., J.A. Litsinger, M.E. Loevinsohn, and P.E. Kenmore. 1990. Impact of cropping intensity and asynchrony on the epidemiology of rice tungro virus in Malaysia. Journal of Plant Protection in the Tropics. 7:103-116. J33

Second generation insect pest problems Litsinger, J.A. 1989. Second generation insect pest problems on high yielding rices. Tropical Pest Management 35(3): 235-242. J29

Effect of asynchrony of planting versus insect pests Loevinsohn, M.E., J.P. Bandong, A.A. Alviola, and J.A. Litsinger. 1993. Asynchrony of cultivation among Philippine rice farming: causes and prospects for change. Agricultural Systems 41: 419-439. J48

Fallowing as pest control practice  Schoenly, K.G., Cohen, J.E., Heong, K.L., Litsinger, J.A., Barrion A.T., and Arida, G.S. 2010. Fallowing did not disrupt invertebrate fauna in Philippine low-pesticide irrigated rice fields. Journal of Applied Ecology 47: 593-602. J84

Double rice cropping versus insect pests  Lumaban, M.D. and J.A. Litsinger. 1978. Insects in an introduced double-cropping pattern of rainfed lowland rice. Int. Rice Res Newsl. 3(2):17. N10

Triple rice cropping pattern versus stemborers   Lumaban, M.D. and J.A. Litsinger. 1978. Relative abundance of five rice stem borer species on each crop of a triple-rice pattern in Iloilo, Philippines. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 3(3): 23. N11

Rice garden continuous planting  Pantua, P.C. and J.A. Litsinger. 1981. Arthropod abundance in continuous vs biannual rice cropping systems. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 6(2): 20-21. N45

Insect pests versus ratoon rice dela Cruz, C.G. and J.A. Litsinger. 1986. Suitability of ratoon rice as host to insects. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 11(5): 27. N82

Leaf- & planthoppers versus ratoon rice Leaf- & planthoppers in ratoon rice dela Cruz, C.G. and J.A. Litsinger. 1986. Effect of ratoon rice crop on populations of green leafhopper Nephotettix virescens, brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens, whitebacked planthopper, Sogatella furcifera, and their predators. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 11(5):   25-26. N80

Tungro versus asynchronous planting Alviola, A.L. III, M.E. Loevinsohn, and J.A. Litsinger. 1987. Leafhopper and planthopper populations and rice tungro virus (RTV) incidence at the tail end of an irrigation system. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 12(1): 22. N88

Litsinger-MoodyLitsinger, J.A. and K. Moody. 1976. Integrated pest management of multiple cropping systems. p. 293-316. In R.I. Papendick, P.A. Sanchez, and G.B. Triplet (eds.). Multiple Cropping. Special Publ. No. 27. Madison WI, American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, 378 p. C1

Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing Company, Gower House, Croft Road, Aldershot, Hants, GU11 3HR, 156 pages.(book by chapters)

Title pages BeetsTitle page, table of contents, preface

Ch I IntroductionChapter 1. Introduction. Pages 1-13. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch II different multiple cropping systemsChapter 2. The different multiple cropping systems. Pages 14-26. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch III. History of multiple croppingChapter 3. History of multiple cropping. Pages 27-30. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch IV Economic and social aspectsChapter 4. Economic and social aspects. Pages 31-45. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch V Agro-technicalChapter 5. Agro-technical characteristics of multiple cropping systems. Pages 46-64. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch VI Plant interrelationshipsChapter 6. Plant interrelationships and competition. Pages 65-78. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch VII Agro-ecologicalChapter 7. Agro-ecological, biological and plant physical aspects. Pages 79-101. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch VIII ProductivityChapter 8. Evaluation and productivity of different systems. Pages 102-113. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch IX DesignChapter 9. Selection and design of suitable multiple cropping systems. Pages 114-132. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch X ResearchChapter 10. Research. Pages 133-145. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch XI ReferencesChapter 11. References. Pages 146-152. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

Ch XII Index Chapter 12 Index. Pages 153-156. In: Willem C. Beets. 1982. Multiple Cropping and Tropical Farming Systems. UK, Gower Publishing.

RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). 1976. Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages. ISBN 0891180451 (book by chapters)

0-cover Cover, preface, contents. 1976. Pages i-viii. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

1-andrews-kassam DJ Andrews, AH Kassam. 1976. The importance of multiple cropping in increasing world food supplies. Pages 1-10. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages. ISBN 0891180451

2-harwood-price.pdf  2-harwood-price.doc2 RR Harwood, EC Price. 1976. Multiple cropping in tropical Asia. Pages 11-40. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

3-lewis-phillips WM Lewis, JA Philipps. 1976. Double cropping in Eastern United States. Pages 41-50. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

4-pinchinat-et-al AM Pinchinat, J Soria, R Bazan. 1976. Multiple cropping in tropical America. Pages 51-61. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

5-okigbo-greenland BN Okigbo, DJ Greenland. 1976. Intercropping systems in tropical Africa. Pages 63-101. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

6-gomm-et-al FB Gomm, FA Sneva, RJ Lorenz. 1976. Multiple cropping in the Western United States. Pages 103-115. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

7-nasr Hikmat George Nasr. 1976. Multiple cropping in some countries of the Middle East. Pages 117-127. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

8-trenbath BR Trenbath. 1976. Plant interactions in mixed crop communities. Pages 129-169. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

9-allen-et-al LH Allen Jr, TR Sinclair, ER Lemon. 1976. Radiation and microclimate relationships in multiple cropping systems. Pages. 171-200. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

10-radke-hagstrom JK Radke, RT Hagstrom. 1976. Strip intercropping for wind protection. Pages 201-222. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

11-drolsom-smith PN Drolsom, Dale Smith. 1976. Adapting species for forage mixtures. Pages 223-234. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

12-francis-et-al CA Francis, CA Flor, SR Temple. 1976. Adapting varieties for intercropped systems in the tropics. Pages 235-253. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

13-unger-stewart Paul W Unger, BA Stewart. 1976. Land preparation and seedling establishment practices in multiple cropping systems. Pages 255-273. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

14-oelsligle-et-al DD Oelsligle, RE Mc Collum, BT Chang. 1976. Soil fertility management in tropical multiple cropping. Pages 275-292. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

15-litsinger-moody James A Litsinger, Keith Moody. 1976. Integrated pest management in multiple cropping systems. Pages 293-316. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

16-siddoway-barnett FH Siddoway, AP Barnett. 1976. Water and wind erosion control aspects of multiple cropping. Pages 317-335. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

17-erbach-lovely DC Erbach, WG Lovely. 1976. Machinery adaptations for multiple cropping. Pages 337-346. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

18-hildebrand Peter E Hildebrand. 1976. Multiple cropping systems are dollars and “sense” agronomy. Pages 347-371. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

19-sanchez FA Sanchez. 1976. Multiple cropping: an appraisal of present knowledge and future needs. Pages 373-378. In: RI Papendick, PA Sanchez, GB Triplett (editors). Multiple Cropping. ASA Special Publication Number 27, American Society of Agronomy, 677 South Segoe Road, Madison, Wisconsin 53711, 378 pages.

Richard R Harwood. 1979. Small Farm Development: Understanding and Improving Farming Systems in the Humid Tropics. Westview Press, Boulder Colorado. (book by chapters)

0-Title Title, cover, contents, foreword, preface

Part I Small Farm Development

Chapter-1Chapter 1. A new approach to analysis. Pages 3-8.

Chapter-2Chapter 2. The stages of small farm development. Pages 9-20.

Chapter-3Chapter 3. Goals of small farm development. Pages 21-26.

Chapter-4Chapter 4. Measuring the well-being of small farmers. Pages 27-31.

Chapter-5Chapter 5. Research in small farm development. Pages 32-41.

Part 2 Critical Factors in Small Farm Development

Chapter-6Chapter 6. Physical limits to cropping intensity.  Pages 45-62.

Chapter-7Chapter 7. Economic determinants of crop type and cropping intensity. Pages 63-75.

Chapter-8Chapter 8. Resource requirements of multiple cropping. Pages 76-92.

Chapter-9Chapter 9. Animals in mixed farming systems. Pages 93-100.

Chapter-10Chapter 10. Noncommercial farm enterprises. Pages 101-105.

Chapter-11Chapter 11. Nutrient needs of intensive cropping systems. Pages 106-114.

Chapter-12Chapter 12. Efficient use of farm resources. Pages 115-118.

Chapter-13Chapter 13. Requirements for farm mechanization. Pages 119-124.

Chapter-14Chapter 14. Stability in farming systems. Pages 125-130.

Appendix-aAppendix A: Sources of Farming Systems Information. Pages 133-135.

Appendix-bAppendix B: Farming Systems Terminologies. Pages 136-140.

Appendix-cAppendix C: Botanical Names of Crops Mentioned. Pages 141-142.

BibliographyAnnotated Bibliography. Pages 145-154.

IndexIndex. Pages 155-160.

Gordon Conway. 1997. The Doubly Green Revolution: Food for all in the 21st Century. Penguin Books, London, England W8 5TZ, 335 pages. (book by chapters)

0-Title-cover Title, cover, contents, foreword, acknowledgements,

1-Hunger Hunger and Poverty. Pages 1-14.

2-The-year-2020 The Year 2020. Pages 15-30.

3-A-doubly-green-revolution A Doubly Green Revolution. Pages 31-42.

4-Past-successes Past successes. Pages 44-65.

5-Food-production-and-the-poor Food Production and the Poor. Pages 66-85.

6-Food-production-and-pollution Food Production and Pollution. Pages 86-107.

7-Trends-and-priorities Trends and Priorities. Pages 108-139.

8-Designer-plants-and-animals Designer Plants and Animals. Pages 140-162.

9-Sustainable-agriculture Sustainable Agriculture. Pages 163-184

10-Partnerships Partnerships. Pages 185-204.

11-Controlling-pests Controlling Pests. Pages 205-222.

12-Replacing-nutrients Replacing Nutrients. Pages 223-241.

13-Managing-soil-and-water Managing Soil and Water. Pages 242-262.

14-Conserving-natural-resources Conserving Natural Resources. Pages 263-284.

15-Achieving-food-security Achieving Food Security. Pages 285-304.

16-After-the-world-food-summit After the World Food Summit. Pages 305-318.

Appendix Appendix. International Agricultural Research Centers.

Index Index. Pages 325-335.

C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). 1990. Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages. (book by chapters)

0-Title-page Title page, cover, preface, contents

1-Murdoch William Murdoch. 1990. World hunger and population. Pages 3-20. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

2-Rice-vandermeer Robert A Rice, John Vandermeer. 1990. Climate and the geography of agriculture. Pages 21-63. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

3-Minc-Vandermeer Leah D Minc, John Vandermeer. 1990. The Origin and spread of agriculture. Pages 65-111. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

4-Buttel Frederick H Buttel. 1990. Social relations and the growth of modern agriculture. Pages 113-145. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

5-Pimentel-Dazhong David Pimentel, Wen Dazhong. 1990. Technological changes on energy use in US agricultural production. Pages 147-164. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

6-Soule-et-al Judy Soule, Danielle Carré, Wes Jackson. 1990. Ecological impact of modern agriculture. Pages 165-188. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

7-Hall Anthony E Hall. 1990. Physiological ecology of crops in relation to light, water, and temperature. 1990. Pages 191-234. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

8-Weiner Jacob Weiner. 1990. Plant population ecology in agriculture. Pages 235-262. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

9-Mundt Christopher C Mundt. 1990. Disease dynamics in agroecosystems. Pages 263-299. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

10-Power-Kareiva Alison G Power, Peter Kareiva. 1990. Herbivorous insects in agroecosystems. Pages 301-327. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

11-Boucher Douglas Boucher. 1990. Beneficials in agricultural soils. Pages 329-339. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

12-Levins-vandermeer Richard Levins, John H Vandermeer. 1990. The agroecosystem embedded in a complex ecological community. Pages 341-362. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

13-Carroll C Ronald Carroll. 1990. The interface between natural areas and agroecosystems. Pages 365-383. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

14-Jarrell Wesley M Jarrell. 1990. Nitrogen in agroecosystems. Pages 385-411. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

15-Andow & Rosset David A Andow, Peter M Rosset. 1990. Integrated pest management. Pages 413-439. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

16-Gould Fred Gould. 1990. Ecological genetics and integrated pest management. Pages 441-458. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

17-Dewey Kathryn G Dewey. 1990. Nutrition and agricultural change. Pages 459-480. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

18-Vandermeer John H Vandermeer. 1990. Intercropping. Pages 481-516. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

19-Salick-Merrick Jan Salick, Laura C Merrick. 1990. Use and maintenance of genetic resources: crops and their wild relatives. Pages 517-548. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

20-Altieri Miguel A Altieri. 1990. Why study traditional agriculture? Pages 551-564. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

21-Busch-Lacy Lawrence Busch, William B Lacy. 1990. Agricultural research in developed nations. Pages 565-581. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

22-Deo-Swanson Shripad D Deo, Louis E Swanson. 1990. Structure of agricultural research in the Third World. Pages 583-612. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

23-Lewontin-Berlan Richard C Lewontin, Jean-Pierre Berlan. 1990. The political economy of agricultural research: the case of hybrid corn. Pages 613-628: In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

IndexIndex. Pages 629-641. In: C Ronald Carroll, John H Vandermeer, Peter Rosset (editors). Agroecology. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York, 641 pages.

Miguel A Altieri (editor). 1995. Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages. (book by chapter)

0-Title Title, cover, contents, contributing authors, preface, acknowledgements.

1-Hecht Susanna B Hecht. 1995. The evolution of agroecological thought. Pages 1-19. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

2-Norgaard Richard B Norgaard, Thomas O Sikor. 1995. The methodology and practices of agroecology. Pages 21-39. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

3-Agroecosystem Miguel A Altieri. 1995. The agroecosystem: determinants, resources, processes, and sustainability. Pages 41-68. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

4-Generating Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Generating sustainable technologies appropriate to alternative farming. Pages 71-87. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

5-Designing Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Designing sustainable agroecosystems. Pages 89-106. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

6-Traditional Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Traditional agriculture. Pages 107-144. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

7-Ecologically Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Ecologically based agricultural development programs. Pages 145-178. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

8-Organic-farming Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Organic farming. Pages 179-199. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

9-Liebman Matt Liebman. 1995. Polyculture cropping systems. Pages 205-218. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

10-Cover-cropping Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Cover cropping and mulching. Pages 219-232. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

11-Crop-rotation Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Crop rotation and minimum tillage. Pages 233-246. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

12-Farrell-Altieri John G Farrell, Miguel A Altieri.  1995. Agroforestry systems. Pages 247-263. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

13-IPM Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Integrated pest management. Pages 267-281. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

14-Weed Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Weed ecology and management. Pages 283-305. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

15-Plant-disease Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Plant disease ecology and management. Pages 307-319. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

16-Murphy Bill Murphy. 1995. Pasture management to sustain agriculture. Pages 321-347. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

17-Magdoff Fred Magdoff. 1995. Soil quality and management. Pages 349-364. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

18-Sustainable-mgmt Miguel A Altieri. 1995. Toward sustainable agriculture. Pages 367-379. In: Miguel A Altieri (editor). Agroecology: the Science of Sustainable Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder CO 80301-2877, 433 pages.

19-Bibliography Bibliography. Pages 381-411.

20-Index Index. Pages 419-433.

EV Komarek Sr (editor). 1969. Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages. book by chapter

0-Title-page Title page, contents, foreward, participants

1-Komarek-sr EV Komarek Sr. 1969. Environmental management. Pages 3-11. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

2-Lincoln Charles Lincoln. 1969. The effect of agricultural practices on insect habitats in a typical Delta community. Pages 13-18. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

3-Pimentel David Pimentel. 1969. Animal populations, plant host resistance and environmental control. Pages 19-28. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

4-Brazzel JR Brazzel. 1969. Environmental control measures used in plant pest control programs. Pages 29-35. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

5-Sailer RI Sailer. 1969. A taxonomist’s view of environmental research and habitat manipulation. Pages 37-45. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

6-van-den-Bosch Robert van den Bosch, Vernon M Stern. 1969. The effect of harvesting practices on insect populations in alfalfa. Pages 47-54. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

7-Stern Vernon M Stern. 1969. Interplanting alfalfa in cotton to control Lygus bugs and other insect pests. Pages 55-69. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

8-Leigh TF Leigh, DW Grimes, H Yamada, JR Stockton, Dick Bassett. 1969. Arthropod abundance in cotton in relation to some cultural management variables. Pages 71-83. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

9-Callahan Philip S Callahan. 1969. The radiation environment and its relationship to possible methods of environmental control of insects. Pages 85-108. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

10-Davis Robert Davis. 1969. Habitat management—an enigma to many entomologists. Pages 109-116. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

11-Franklin Rudolph T Franklin. 1969. Southern pine beetle influences on the pine-hardwood forest in the Georgia Piedmont. Pages 117-125. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

12-Ridgway RL Ridgway. 1969. Control of the bollworm and tobacco budworm through conservation and augmentation of predaceous insects. Pages 127-144. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

13-Lawson FR Lawson. 1969. The relation of insect control to increased food production. Pages 145-173. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

14-Rabb RL Rabb. 1969. Environmental manipulations as influencing populations of tobacco hornworm. Pages 175-191. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

15-Provost Maurice W Provost. 1969. Ecological control of salt marsh mosquitoes with side benefits to birds. Pages 193-206. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

16-Lingren PD Lingren. 1969. Approaches to the management of Heliothis spp. in cotton with Trichogramma spp. Pages 207-217. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

17-Turnbull AL Turnbull. 1969. The ecological role of pest populations. Pages 219-232. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

18-Komarek Roy Komarek. 1969. Habitat management from the wildlife management viewpoint. Pages 233-238. In: EV Komarek Sr (editor). Tall Timbers Conference on Ecological Animal Control by Habitat Management, February 27-28, 1969, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, Number 1, 244 pages.

 

Dry-seeded rice Litsinger, J.A., C. dela Cruz, F.G. Raymundo, A.T. Barrion, M.D. Lumaban, J.P. Bandong, M.S. Venugopal, F. Paragna, and E. Balete. 1982. Dry-seeded rice: insect pests and insecticide response. p. 179-194. In Cropping Systems Research in Asia. IRRI, Philippines. 756 p. C13

Areawide insect pest management Litsinger, J.A. 2008. Areawide rice insect pest management: a perspective of experiences in Asia. p. 351-440. In: O. Koul, G. Cuperus, and N. Elliott (eds). Areawide Pest Management: Theory and Implementation, CABI, Wallingford, UK, 590 p. C50

Methodology for on-farm testing Zandstra, H.G., E.C. Price, J.A. Litsinger, and R.A. Morris. 1981. A Methodology for On-Farm Cropping Systems Research. IRRI, Philippines. 149 p. B1

Rice Garden Pantua PC, Litsinger JA. 1980. Comparison of insect pest and natural enemy abundance in weekly and biannual rice cropping systems. IRRI Saturday Seminar, 31 May 1980. R21

Rice fish working group Litsinger, J.A. 1992. Working group report on pest management in rice-fish culture. p.433-436 in C.R. dela Cruz, C. Lightfoot, B.A. Costa-Pierce, V.R. Carangal, and M.P. Bimbao (eds.). Rice-fish research and development in Asia. International Center for Living Aquatic Resources, Makati, Philippines, 456 p. C40

Synchrony of rice cultivation Loevinsohn M, Litsinger J, Bandong J, Alviola A, Kenmore P. 1982. Synchrony of rice cultivation and the dynamics of pest populations: experimentation and implementation. Saturday Seminar August 28, 1982, International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 29 pages. R18

Basis of Predicting Loevinsohn, M.E., J.A. Litsinger, N. Panda, M.A. Austria, R.F. Apostol, C. Andrion, and J. Bandong. 1982. A basis for predicting rice insect pest abundance in cropping systems. International Rice Research Conference on Rice and Cropping Systems, 19-23 April 1982, IRRI, Philippines. 25 p. C14

Traditional vs modern rices Litsinger JA, Loevinsohn ME, Heinrichs EA. 1986. Management of insect pests in traditional and modern rice systems. Entomology Department, IRRI, Los Baños, Philippines 30 pages.

101a-EAHLoevinsohn, M.E., J.A.Litsinger, and E.A. Heinrichs. 1988. Rice insect pests and agricultural change. p.161-182. In M.K. Harris and C.E. Rogers (eds.). The Entomology of Indigenous and Naturalized Systems in Agriculture. Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado, USA. C23

Ratoon Rice dela Cruz, C.G. and J.A. Litsinger. 1988. Insect pests and their natural enemies in ratoon rice. p. 195-208. In Rice Ratooning, IRRI, Philippines. 279 p. C22

Rice ratooning Rice Ratooning Book published by IRRI  from a Workshop on Rice Ratooning held 21-25 April 1986 at Bangalore, India, under the sponsorhip of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, and the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore.

Tungro line transect Bottenberg, H., J.A. Litsinger, and P.E. Kenmore. 1992. A line transect survey method for rice tungro disease. p. 102-109 in Vol. 5, Proceedings Third International Conference of Plant Protection in the Tropics, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, March 20-23, 1990. MAPPS. C38

Farming Systems Approach Litsinger, J.A. 1993. A farming systems approach to insect pest management for upland and lowland rice farmers in tropical Asia. p. 45-101 in M.A. Altieri (ed.) Crop Protection Strategies for Subsistence Farmers. Westview Studies in Insect Biology. Westview Press, Boulder, CO, USA. 197 p. C41

Altieri-1981a MA Altieri, JW Todd, EW Hauser, M Patterson, GA Buchanan, RH Walker. 1981a. Some effects of weed management and row spacing on insect abundance in soybean fields. Protection Ecology 3: 339-343.

Altieri-1981b MA Altieri, JW Todd. 1981b. Some influences of vegetational diversity on insect communities of Georgia soybean fields. Protection Ecology 3: 333-338.

Altieri-1984 MA Altieri. 1984. Patterns of insect diversity in monocultures and polycultures of Brussels sprouts. Protection Ecology 6: 227-232.

Capinera-1984 JL Capinera, CS Hollingsworth, DC Thomson, SL Blue. 1984. Ecological correlates of pest species richness on crop plants. Protection Ecology 6: 287-297.

Perrin-1980 Robert M Perrin. 1980. The role of environmental diversity in crop protection. Protection Ecology 2: 77-114.

Altieri-Nicholls-2004-bookMiguel Angel Altieri, Clara Ines Nicholls. 2004. Biodiversity and Pest Management in Agroecosystems. The Haworth Press, Binghamton, New York 13904-1580, 236 pages. (book)

Population dynamics of rice planthoppers Perfect TJ, Cook AG. 1979. Rice planthopper population dynamics: a comparison between temperate and tropical climates. p. 282-301. In: RF Denno & TJ Perfect (editors). Planthoppers: Their Ecology and Management. New York, NY (USA): Chapman and Hall, 789 p.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 31Justo, H.D., Jr., B.M. Shepard, V.A. Perez, E. Tiongco, H. Hibino, and T. Tsuboi. 1988. Pest abundance in sequentially planted crops. International Rice Research Newsletter 13(3): 31.

IRRN 1991 16 (3) 22-23Islam Z. 1991. Influence of changing cropping pattern on insect pests of deepwater rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (3) 22-23.

IRRN 1979 4 (1) 18Tarafder P, S Mukhopadhyay, B Chandra. 1979. Potential of rice stubble in spreading tungro in West Bengal, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (1) 18.

IRRN 1980 5 (2) 12Tarafder B, S Mukhopadhyay. 1980. Further studies on the potential of rice stubble for spreading tungro in West Bengal, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (2) 12.

IRRN 1981 6 (4) 11 Shrivastava SK. 1981. Potential of rice stubble for gall midge multiplication. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (4) 11.

IRRN 1981 6 (6) 16-17Rambajan I. 1981. Major insect pests of paddy in Guyana. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (6) 16-17.

IRRN 1981 6 (6) 17Rao CB. 1981. Rice gall midge incidence in the dry season. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (6) 17.

IRRN 1981 6 (6) 19Chand P. 1981. Rice gall midge in the summer crop at Ranchi. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (6) 19.

IRRN 1982 7 (6) 16-17Katanyukul W, R Pattarasuthi, N Chantaraprapha, P Nilpanit, T Bhudhasamai, S Rauy-aree, C Tayathum. 1982. Status of the brown planthopper in Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (6) 16-17.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 12 Amu Singh S. 1983. Changing trends of insect pests of rice in Manipur. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 12.

IRRN 1983 8 (4) 18aBaskaran B, P Narayanaswamy, A Sambasivam. 1983. Brown planthopper outbreak in South Arcot District, Tamil Nadu, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 18a.

IRRN 1984 9 (5) 14-15 Thuat NC, D vun Thans. 1984. Population dynamics of the brown planthopper in the Mekong Delta. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (5) 14-15.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 11-12Katanyukul W, C Hengsawad, C Phaewpolsong, P Sawartdi, W Seetanun. 1983. Insect damage on azolla in Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 11-12.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 14-15Katanyukul W, T Bhudhasamai. 1983. Chemical control of azolla insects. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 14-15.

IRRN 1984 9 (6) 20-21Gubbaiah. 1984. Cryptoblabes gnidiella, a fern-feeding caterpillar, and its parasitoids. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (6) 20-21.

IRRN 1985 10 (2) 19Sasmal S, JP Kulshreshtha. 1985. Cryptoblabes gnidiella, an azolla pest on rice in India. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (2) 19.

IRRN 1986 11 (3) 27-28Reynaud PA. 1986. Control of the azolla pest Limnea natalensis with molluscicides of plant origin. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (3) 27-28.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 30Fannah SJ. 1987. Elophila sp.? africalis Hampson (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae): A new pest of azolla in Sierra Leone. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (3) 30.

IRRN 1987 12 (4) 38Alam MS. 1987. Nymphula africalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), a pest of azolla in Nigeria. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (4) 38.

IRRN 1987 12 (4) 42Ukwungwu MN, SO Fagade, E Fagbohun. 1987. Nymphula africalis, azolla pest in Nigeria. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (4) 42.

IRRN 1988 13 (4) 42Kim YH, KM Choi, JO Lee. 1988. Population trends of striped rice borer in Korea. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (4) 42.

IRRN 1989 14 (3) 35-36Flores ZM, ER Tiongco, RC Cabunagan, H Hibino. 1989. Recovery of rice tungro virus from rice stubble. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (3) 35-36.

IRRN 1989 14 (5) 25-26Sama S, A Hasanuddin, RC Cabunagan, H Hibino. 1989. Timing tungro rice planting to control rice tungro disease. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (5) 25-26.

IRRN 1989 14 (5) 27Cabunagan RC, H Hibino, A Muis, H Talanca, M Sudjak S, A Bastian, A Hasanuddin. 1989. Rice tungro and its vector leafhopper development in synchronized-planting areas. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (5) 27.

IRRN 1989 14 (5) 28aRao PRM, PS Prakasa Rao. 1989. Gall midge outbreak on dry season rice in West Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh (AP), India. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (5) 28a.

IRRN 1990 15 (6) 24Joshi RC, MN Ukwungwu, MD Winslow. 1990. Rice ratoons as potential host for African rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (6) 24.

IRRN 1990 15 (6) 25Inayatullah C, Ehsan-ul-Haq. 1990. Survival of overwintering rice stem borer larvae in conventional and no-tillage wheat. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (6) 25.

IRRN 1990 15 (6) 28-29Rehman A, M Salim. 1990. Survival of rice stem borer in different cropping systems in Sindh. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (6) 28-29.

IRRN 1991 16 (5) 20-21Loevinsohn ME, AA Alviola, JA Litsinger. 1991. Effect of asynchronized rice planting on vector abundance and tungro infection. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (5) 20-21.

IRRN 1992 17 (4) 20Tiongco ER, NG Fabellar, PS Teng, H Koganezawa. 1992. Tungro viruses in volunteer rice plants. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (4) 20.

IRRN 2000 25 (1) 20-21S Pathummal Beevi, KR Lyla, TC Narendran. 2000. Hymenopteran diversity in single- and double-cropped rice ecosystems in Kerala, India. International Rice Research Notes 25 (1) 20-21.

IRRN 2003 28 (2) 5-11NP Castilla, CM Vera Cruz, TW Mew, Y Zhu. 2003. Using rice cultivar mixtures: a sustainable approach for managing diseases and increasing yield. International Rice Research Notes 28 (2) 5-11.

IRRN 2004 29 (1) 73-75GJU Ahmed, ST Hossain, MR Islam, MF Rabbi. 2004. Rice-duck farming reduces weeding and insecticide requirement and increases grain yield and income of farmers. International Rice Research Notes 29 (1) 73-75.

IRRN 2007 32 (2) 40-41SS Bargali, SP Singh, SK Shrivastava, SS Kolhe. 2007. Forestry plantations on rice bunds: farmers’ perceptions and technology adoption. International Rice Research Notes 32 (2) 40-41.

Holt & Chancellor A model of plant virus 1997Holt J, T.C.B. Chancellor. 1997. A model of plant virus disease epidemics in asynchronously planted cropping systems. Plant Pathology 46: 490–501.

Altieri-pest-managament-small-farmersMA Altieri. 1984. Pest-management technologies for peasants: a farming systems approach. Crop Protection 3 (1), 87-94.

Altieri_Ecological_roleMA Altieri. 1999. The ecological role of biodiversity in agroecosystems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 74 19–3.

The Cropping Systems Program of IRRI

Guimba site in the Philippines, an example of on-farm testing of improved rice-based cropping systems.

Guimba is a town in Nueva Ecija province in Central Luzon, Philippines. The main crop is rainfed rice grown in the monsoon wet season. The government installed deep-well, electric pumps so farmers can have supplemental irrigation. In 1983, the International Rice Research Institute established an on-farm research site in collaboration with the Philippine Ministry of Agriculture to test how the irrigation can be most efficiently used to grow crops.

A number of research papers were written up in annual meetings held annual meetings with government workers and farmers.

The methodology for conducting Cropping Systems applied research is given in the book Zandstra, H.G., E.C. Price, J.A. Litsinger, and R.A. Morris. 1981. A Methodology for On-Farm Cropping Systems Research. IRRI, Philippines. 149 p. which can be downloaded online.

IRRI Annual ReptInternational Rice Research Institute. 1985. Annual Report for 1984. Cropping Systems Program. Analysis of the social and economic environment. Pages 378-382. Los Baños, Philippines.

List of papers

Paper # 1Paper No. 1. Morris, R.A. 1984. Proposal for cropping systems research site in Central Luzon, Philippines. Cropping Systems Program, International Rice Research Institute, 8 pages. (The site was operated from 1983 through 1991).

Papers presented at the Guimba Cropping Systems Research Workshops.

1984 Workshop in Cabanatuan, City, Central Luzon, Philippines. May 7-8 1984.

Paper # 2Paper No. 2. R. K. Pandey, R. A. Morris, H. C. Gines, C. G. Maranan. 1984. Agro-ecosystem analysis and technology synthesis for crop diversification in rice production system in a partially irrigated environment in Central Luzon, 31 pages (based on research carried out in 1983-84).

Paper # 3Paper No. 3. L. Pua, A. Polak. 1984. Site description: some initial results of anthropological field work at a deep well irrigated site at Guimba, 6 pages.

Paper # 4Paper No. 4. Albert Polak. 1984. Review of methods: site description and design at the service area of the deep well pump P-27 at Bantug in the municipality of Guimba (Nueva Ecija province), 8 pages.

Paper # 5Paper No. 5. C. G. Maranan. 1984. Agroeconomic profile of Macatcatuit, Guimba, Nueva Ecija research site, 59 pages.

Paper # 8Paper No. 8. Michael Loevinsohn, Jovito Bandong, Abraham Alviola. 1983. Interest rates in Nueva Ecija, 4 pages.

Paper # 9Paper No. 9. Virgilio Carangal. 1984. On-farm crop variety trial field studies, 13 pages.

Paper # 13Paper No. 13. P. C.  Elliot, D. C. Navarez, F. F. Fajardo, K.Moody. 1984. Farmers’ concepts of weeds and their weed control practices in transplanted rice in Guimba, Nueva Ecija, 15 pages.

Paper # 14Paper No. 14. Toti Moya, Hammond Murray-Rust. 1984. P-27: another white elephant? 6 pages.

1986 Workshop, Guimba, April 17-18.

Paper # 12Paper No. 12. Multidisciplinary on-farm testing results, 22 pages.

1987 Workshop, Guimba, September 17, 1987.

Paper # 6Paper No. 6. C. G. Maranan. 1987. Economic performance of cropping patterns at Bantug, Guimba, Nueva Ecija, Cropping Systems Research site, 1986-87, 26 pages.

Paper # 7Paper No. 7 K. Palanisami. Economics of irrigation in Guimba, Nueva Ecija, 7 pages.

Paper # 10Paper No. 10. Virgilio Carangal. 1986-87. On-farm variety trial field studies, 3 pages.

1988 Workshop, Guimba.

Paper # 11Paper No. 11. Virgilio Carangal. 1987-88. On-farm variety trial field studies, 2 pages.

Paper # 15Paper No. 15. IRRI-Thailand Collaborative Program. A project proposal to study crop intensification in tube wells in Central Thailand, 37 pages.

 

 

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