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Rodent Pests and their Control, 2nd Edition

This book combines information from the scientific research with advice about the practical implementation of rodent pest management programmes. The … Continued

Field methods for rodent studies in Asia and the Indo-Pacific

This book summarises current knowledge of the 20+ rodents that are major agricultural pests in SE Asia as well as … Continued

Rats, mice and people: rodent biology and management

All the papers published in this book were presented at the 2nd International Conference on Rodent Biology and Management. They … Continued

IRRI Agronomy Challenge: Rat and Bird Control (13 January 2012)

A brief interview of Grant Singleton on rat and bird management in lowland irrigated rice.

Protocol for bio-rodenticide lab experiments

This protocol describes all procedures to conduct experiments with caged rats for the purpose of testing new biological rodenticides.

Non-chemical Control of Rodents in Lowland Irrigated Rice Crops

ACIAR Research Notes summarise results and benefits from selected projects, in this case on alternative control methods for rodents in … Continued

Recent Advances in Rodent Pest Management

Presentation on the latest updates in the field of rodents management by N. Srinivasa Rao.

Technical specification Bio-Rodenticide

Report describing the formulation of a botanical processed rodenticide.

13th European Vertebrate Pest Management Conference

Summary of the 2023 European Vertebrate Pest Management Conference, focusing on topics covering a wide range of disciplines and taxa, … Continued

Urban Rats (Rattus norvegicus) through a One Health Lens: Social and Ecological Factors Promote Opportunities for Urban Leptospirosis in Rats, Dogs, and People

By studying rats and residents on the same blocks, this study found that lower-income residents had more exposure to rat … Continued

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