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\non the dehydrated extruded sweet potato flour. Samples from organic
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As farmers try to take part in agricultural production tasks of either crops or livestock, they are normally faced with various problems, one of them being that of combating the influence of insects. Pests are living organisms, which typically prevent or impede farmers from attaining maximum desired results particularly in livestock and crop production. The determent is either in form of competition for the resources used by the crops or attacks launched by the pests seeking to benefit parasitically. Some of these pests include birds, rodents, worms, caterpillars, weevils, rabbits, and squirrels among others. This therefore leads to the need to have effective pest control measures to help curb these effects. There are different forms of pest control, which mainly involve traditional conventional ways and modern techniques.
The traditional or conventional techniques majorly involved the destruction of weeds by ploghing and burying them under the soil or using fire to burn them. Rodents and other pests are controlled using simple techniques such as hunting down the large ones, application of wood ash on plant surfaces, use of pest resistant crops or practicing intercropping to curb the small pests.
Technological change and increasing innovativeness of man has led to the enhancement of traditional techniques into more sophisticated, efficient, safe, and environmentally friendly techniques of pest control. These modern techniques involve the use of chemical insecticides and pesticides, biological and physical means in addition to the use of genetic modification to come up with pest resistant crop and animal species.
Biological pest control is highly recommended since it does not pose serious environmental hazards. It also helps in combating organisms, which evolve over time to increase resistance against other forms of control. Some of the biological techniques include the use of natural predators and parasites to eliminate pests. These help in rodent control and prevent secondary poisoning incidents.
Physical pest control techniques have been found to be effective where biological and chemical techniques seem to fail. Some of these techniques include field burning, the use of sophisticated traps to catch big rodents, destruction of breeding grounds such as proper waste management and drainage of stagnant water. Improper collection and dumping of garbage creates an environment for the easy thriving of rats, cockroaches and mosquitoes. However, some physical measures like use of fire in field burning are discouraged especially due to the destruction and security threats it poses to the environment.
The most sophisticated pest control method remains to be the use of chemical pesticides and insecticides due to their selectiveness, accuracy, efficiency, and cost effectiveness. Some of the chemical control measures include the use of poison sprays, food poisons, and sterilization. Proper safety precautions and instructions should be followed to curb side effects.
In conclusion, despite the evolution of pests into highly resistant forms, there remains efficient ways of dealing with them to control their effect. Caution should however be taken when choosing pest control methods to ensure that side effects of each method used are taken care of.

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\nsemi-arid environment is certainly water availability.
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\ntwo environmental properties that are the scarcest
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\nquantitative estimate of environmental properties
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\nIn this presentation we describe experimental and
\ntheoretical results that were obtained during the
\nyears of ICCAP project. Productivity data ,
\nevapotraspiration and photosynthetic rates (PN)
\nwere collected in the Chukuva basin Turkey. Nine
\ndifferent summer and winter crop, orchards and
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