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Organisation: United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Author: Joe E. Brooks and Lynwood A. Fiedler
Edited by AGSI/FAO: Danilo Mejia (Technical), Beverly Lewis (Language&Style), Carolin Bothe (HTML transfer)

CHAPTER III Vertebrate Pests: Damage on stored foods


6.1 Additional references.


6 References

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Adams, J.M. (1977). The evaluation of losses in maize stored on a selection of small farms in Zambia, with particular reference to methodology. Trop. Stored Prod. Information. 33: 19-24.

Ahmad, S., Pandit, R.K. and Brooks, J.E. (1994). Post-harvest grain losses in farm houses in Bangladesh: Rodent population estimates and potential stored paddy losses. DWRC Res.Rept. No. 11-55-003. pp. 13.

Boxall, R. and Greeley, M. (1978). Indian storage project. Proceedings of the Seminar on Post-harvest Grain Losses. 13-17 March 1978. Tropical Products Institute, London, UK.

Buckle, A.P. and Smith, R.H. (Editors). (1994). Rodent Pests and Their Control. pp. 405. CAB International, Wallingford, UK.

De Lima, C.P.F. (1973). A Technical Report on 22 Grain Storage Projects at the Subsistence Farmer Level in Kenya. Report Proj/Res/Ag 21. pp. 23. Kenya Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Laboratories, Nairobi, Kenya.
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Dubock, A.C. (editor). (1984). Proceedings of a Conference on the Organisation and Practice of Vertebrate Pest Control. Elvetham Hall, UK. 30 August-3 September 1982.

Elliot, C.C.H. (1988). The assessment of on-farm losses due to birds and rodents in eastern Africa. Insect Science and Its Application. 9(6): 717-720.

FAO. (1977). Analysis of an FAO Survey of Post-harvest Crop Losses in Developing Countries. AGPP:MISC/27. Rome, Italy.

Garg, S.S.L., Singh,J., and Prakash, V. (1966). Losses of wheat in thrashing yards due to birds and rodents. Bull. Grain Tech. 4(2): 94-96.

Greeley, M. (1982). Pinpointing post-harvest food losses. Ceres Jan/Feb 1982. pp 30-37.

Guggenheim, H. and Diallo, H.H. (1977). Grain storage in the Fifth Region of Mali: Problems and Solutions. Report to USAID. Wunderman Foundation. New York, NY, USA.

Hall, D.W. (1970). Handling and Storage of Food Grains in Tropical and Subtropical Areas. Agricultural development Paper No. 90. FAO. Rome, Italy.

Harris, K.L. and Lindblad, C. (1978). Post-Harvest grain Loss Assessment Methods. American Association Cereal Chemists. St. Paul, Minn., USA.

Hill, D.S. (1990). Pests of Stored Products and their Control. pp. 274. Belhaven Press. London, UK.

Hopf, H.S., Morley, G.E. and Humphries, J.E. (1976). Rodent damage to growing crops and to farm and village storage in tropical and subtropical regions. pp. 115. Cent. Overseas Pest Res., London, UK.

Howden, R.H.G. (1977). Quoted in NAS, 1978.

Jackson, W.B. (1977). Evaluation of rodent depredations to crops and stored products. EPPO Bull. 7: 439-458.

Lam, Y.M. (1993). A review of food research in Vietnam, with emphasis on post-harvest losses. ACIAR Tech. Rept. 26 pp. 109. Cent. Intl. Agric. Res. Canberra, Australia.

Libay, J.L., Fiedler, L.A. and Bruggers, R.L. (1983). Feed losses to European tree sparrows (Passer montanus) at duck farms in the Philippines. Proceedings of the Ninth Bird Control Seminar. Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, 4-6 October 1983. pp. 135-142.

Meehan, A.P. (1984). Rats and Mice, Their Biology and Control. pp. 383. Rentokil Ltd. East. Grinstead, UK.

Mian, M.Y., Ahmed, M.S. and Brooks, J.E. (1987). Small mammals and stored food losses in farm households in Bangladesh. Crop Prot.. 6(3): 200-203.

National Academy of Sciences. (1978). Post-harvest Food Losses in Developing Countries. pp. 206. Natl. Acad. Sci.. Washington, D.C., USA.

Prakash, I. (editor). (1988). Rodent Pest Management. pp. 480. CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL, USA.

Richards, C.G.J. and Ku, T.Y. (Editors). (1986). Control of Mammal Pests. Taylor and Francis. London, UK.

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Semple, R.L. (1982). Biology of rodents and their control. The ASEAN Crop Post-harvest Programme. Tech. Paper Series No. 2. pp. 21-49.

Spencer, W.P., Pfost, D.L. and Pedersen, J.R. (1975). Grain Storage and Preservation in Senegal. Report No. 54. Food and Feed Grain Institute. Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA.

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Tropical Products Institute. (1977). The reduction of losses during farmer storage of cereal and legume grains in Commonwealth Africa. Report to the Commonwealth Secretariat, London. TPI, London, UK.

Winaro, F.G. (1984). Problems and prospects of post-harvest technology in Indonesia. Potential Collaboration in Science and Technology. Proceedings of a Symposium on Indonesia. Washington, D.C., 3-5 October 1983. pp. 29-47. National Academy Press. Washington, D.C., USA.

6.1 Additional references.

Ahmad, E., Brooks, J.E., Munir, S. and Hussain, I. (1990). Vertebrate Pest Management in Grain Storage. pp. 48. GOP/USAID/DWRC, Vertebrate Pest Control Project, National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad, Pakistan. (Available from Vertebrate Pest Control Laboratory, NARC, Islamabad, Pakistan).

Brooks, J.E. and Rowe, F.P. (1987). Commensal Rodents. WHO/VBC/87.949. (Available through World Health Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland).

Fiedler, L.A. (1994). Rodent pest management in eastern Africa. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper No. 123. pp. 83 plus annex. FAO. Rome, Italy.

Greaves, J.H. (1982). Rodent control in agriculture. Plant Production and Protection Paper No. 40. pp. 88. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Rome, Italy.

Greaves, J.H. (1989). Rodent pests and their control in the Near East. FAO Plant Production and Protection Paper No. 94. pp. 112. FAO. Rome, Italy.

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