Trap Cropping in Vegetable Production: One Appr...

Trap Cropping in Vegetable Production: One Approach to Managing Pests

Trap Cropping in Vegetable Production: One Approach to Managing Pests

Trap cropping is a technique that uses plants attractive to insect pests to lure them away from the cash crop. Trap cropping, while not a silver bullet solution to all pest problems, can be an effective tool against insect pests when farmers take the time to research and implement the required steps.

This bulletin showcases Southern SARE-funded research studies that have explored trap cropping and its effectiveness in controlling a variety of pests in some of the more popular vegetable crops grown in the Southern region.

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Format: Bulletins
Year: 2013
Author(s): Candace Pollock
Location: Alabama | South
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