Integrated management to reduce rodent damage to lowland rice crops in Indonesia

@inproceedings{Singleton2005IntegratedMT,
  title={Integrated management to reduce rodent damage to lowland rice crops in Indonesia},
  author={Grant R. Singleton and Sudarmaji and Jens Jacob and Charles J Krebs},
  year={2005}
}
Benefits and costs of an integrated management system coordinated at the community level to reduce rodent damage to lowland irrigated rice were measured in West Java, Indonesia, from 1999 to 2002. Four villages, each of 120 ha (70–80 families per village), were involved in the study, two being allocated as treatments and two as controls following a randomised block design. The emphasis was on integrated rodent management with the overall aim of reducing the need for toxic chemicals in rice… CONTINUE READING
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