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Plant protection

Plant protection

Plant protection is the science and practice of managing pests, diseases and weeds that damage crops and other plants, and which can have a devastating effect on farmer livelihoods.

CABI is a leading expert in scientific publishing, research and information delivery for plant protection specialists. Our first abstract journal, covering international research in entomology, was published in 1913. This was followed by the development of other information resources covering microbiology, plant pathology, nematology, weeds and more recently, invasive species.

CABI’s range of authoritative information resources on plant protection, such as Crop Protection Compendium, covers all subjects in the area, from taxonomy to the biology, ecology, distribution and control of organisms.

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Woodland Development: A Long Term Study of Lady Park Wood

Lady Park Wood was set aside as a 'natural' reserve for ecological research in 1944 and the trees, shrubs and ground vegetation have been recorded in detail ever since. The 70 years of observations now represent one of the largest and most detailed r...

Aphids as Crop Pests

Aphids are among the major global pest groups, causing serious economic damage to many food and commodity crops in most parts of the world. This revision and update of the well-received first edition published ten years ago reflects the expansion of...

Cherries: Botany, Production and Uses

Sweet and sour cherries (Prunus avium and Prunus cerasus) are important fruit crops for which demand is high and growing. A significant number of new varieties, rootstocks and training systems have been released or developed in recent years in order ...