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《Journal of Southwest Agricultural University》 1987-01
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A DISCUSSION ABOUT THE AGRICULTURAL CONTROL AND OPTIMUM ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT ——APPLICATION OF INTRINSIC FACTORS FOR REGULATING THE INSECT PESTS

Wang Fu (Department of Plant Protection, Southwest Agricultural University)  
Agricultural control is to deal with comprehensive application of multsciences and to meet with the needs of establishing a good agroecosystem, it, therefore, may be also called optimum ecosystem management. Insect pest outbreak is essentially resulted from the concerted action of both the intrinsic factors and the environmental factors. The remarkable characteristics of agricultural control is to are the intrinsic factore for regulating the insect pests. The agricultural control may be recognized as a most reasonable and effective technique among all the control methods. The intrinsic factors for regulating insect pests should be breeding the intrinsic resistant mechanism of the crop to the insect pests by means of the improvement of genetic materials; to take measures for changing (the nutritional elements of the plants interfering the physiological mechanism of the insects); to establish the optimum ecosystem
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