2022
DOI: 10.1016/j.cois.2021.12.006
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Towards integrated pest and pollinator management in tropical crops

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“…By focusing on actions that jointly benefit both control of crop pests and crop pollination and minimize conflicts between them, an Integrated Pest and Pollinator Management (IPPM) framework, applied in the context of agri‐ecosystems, may help to support both sustainable agricultual production and protection of pollinators. However, recent articles advocating this IPPM approach have arisen mostly in Europe (Belien et al., 2021 ; Egan et al., 2020 ; Lundin et al., 2021 ; Merle et al., 2022 ), North America (Bloom et al., 2022 ; Braman & Griffin, 2022 ; Leach et al., 2022 ; Okosun & Reddy, 2022 ; Pecenka et al., 2023 ; Penn et al., 2021 ), Africa (Adan et al., 2021 ; Toukem et al., 2022 ; Waithaka et al., 2023 ; Wangithi et al., 2022 ), and Asia (Jung, 2021 ; Jung & Shin, 2022 ; Wyckhuys et al., 2023 ), with none arising in Australasia. Sustainable agriculture and pollination …”
Section: Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…By focusing on actions that jointly benefit both control of crop pests and crop pollination and minimize conflicts between them, an Integrated Pest and Pollinator Management (IPPM) framework, applied in the context of agri‐ecosystems, may help to support both sustainable agricultual production and protection of pollinators. However, recent articles advocating this IPPM approach have arisen mostly in Europe (Belien et al., 2021 ; Egan et al., 2020 ; Lundin et al., 2021 ; Merle et al., 2022 ), North America (Bloom et al., 2022 ; Braman & Griffin, 2022 ; Leach et al., 2022 ; Okosun & Reddy, 2022 ; Pecenka et al., 2023 ; Penn et al., 2021 ), Africa (Adan et al., 2021 ; Toukem et al., 2022 ; Waithaka et al., 2023 ; Wangithi et al., 2022 ), and Asia (Jung, 2021 ; Jung & Shin, 2022 ; Wyckhuys et al., 2023 ), with none arising in Australasia. Sustainable agriculture and pollination …”
Section: Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Integrated pest and pollination management (IPPM) is a holistic strategy that synergizes pest management practices and pollination services in an ecologically and economically sustainable manner (Biddinger and Rajotte 2015, Merle et al 2021) especially in pollinator-dependent crops that are highly affected by damaging insect pests, such as cucurbits (Leach et al 2022). IPPM focuses on managing pests while simultaneously mitigating the negative impact of control methods on pollinator health (Biddinger and Rajotte 2015).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Global yield losses are estimated to be between 7.9% and 15.1% [8]. Along with the notion of Integrated Pest Management, pest control practices are divided into two categories: human input-based practices and biodiversity-based practices [9]. The IPM strategy entails using a variety of techniques in a coordinated manner to keep insect populations below the threshold at which they cause significant loss and reduces the use of chemical pesticides, minimising their negative consequences [10].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%