A review of the biology and management of rodent pests in Southeast Asia

posted Aug 26, 2010, 11:06 PM by IRRC Coordination Unit   [ updated Aug 26, 2010, 11:18 PM by i.jhocson@irri.org ]
Summary
Twenty-nine species of rodents have been identified as having economic importance in Southeast Asia. Most cause economic losses to crops pre- or postharvest. Some are important simply because they transmit disease to humans or domestic stock. As the title suggests, this report reviews the biology and management of rodent pests in Southeast Asia and recommends priority areas for research.
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