2020
DOI: 10.1111/1748-5967.12474
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Integrated management of the coffee berry borer: A comparison of cultural, biological, and ethological control

Abstract: The coffee berry borer (CBB) is among the most harmful pests to coffee crops across the world, causing enormous harm to small-scale coffee farmers in northern Peru. This study aimed to contrast three different CBB control methods; cultural control (field sanitation), ethological control (red traps baited with ethanol-methanol (1:1)), biological control (use of the Beauveria sp., strain) and an integration of the aforementioned methods by comparing each control method's efficiencies and CBB reduction percentage… Show more

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