2005
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-566x2005000400016
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Abstract: ABSTRACT -The previous burning of sugarcane straw before harvest causes a series of inconvenients to the environment, specially to the tillage-associated insects. Fire is used to control pests and diseases in the agriculture, however its effect on insect populations is not well understood or documented, mainly on invertebrate groups responsible for nutrient recycling and energy flow. Our objective was to evaluate the effect of controlled burning sugarcane straw on the local insect community. The insects were … Show more

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