Trapping and Interpreting Captures of Stored Grain Insects

@inproceedings{Toews2012TrappingAI,
  title={Trapping and Interpreting Captures of Stored Grain Insects},
  author={Michael D. Toews and Christian Nansen},
  year={2012}
}
This chapter provides an overview of insect trapping and interpretation of trap captures for stored-product protection in bulk grain, food processing, and retail environments. The use of traps for detection, monitoring, and population estimation requires considerable knowledge of insect biology and appropriate trap use. Trap use is essential for development of meaningful integrated pest management programs. ??based on insect ecology and behavior rather than formulas for number of traps and… CONTINUE READING

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