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The Efficacy of Pure Natural Repellents on Rat Responses Using Circular Open Field

Study experimenting natural extracts as rats repellent and assessing the efficacy. Authors: Sarinee Kalandakanond-Thongsong, Suwaporn Daendee, Boonrit Thongsong, Vivat Chavananikul

Farmers’ perspectives of rodent damage and management from the highlands of Tigray, Northern Ethiopian

Study assessing rodent damage and rodent management from the farmers’ perspective in Tigray, northern Ethiopia. Farmers’ knowledge, attitude and practice … Continued

Losses caused by rodents to economic field crops and fruit trees

Author: Ahmed Aatef Reyadh Al-Gendy

Technical Innovation Brief: Rodents – gnawing away at crops, stored grain and our health

Technical innovation brief from the CGIAR (2010) on Integrated Pest Management. Presents research findings and innovations on the management of … Continued

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