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Indeed, the venomous pest appeared to operate as an antidote against all other poisons.
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These friendly pests would be provided to farmers so that they can leave them in their crop fields with arrangements to keep their life out of the harms way to enable them fight and eat the enemy pests.
I greatly value the work done by the experts gathered here for this Conference to tackle harmful insect pests, said IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano during the his opening remarks at the Third FAO-IAEA International Conference on Area-wide Management of Insect Pests: Integrating the Sterile Insect and Related Nuclear and Othe Techniques.
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Particularly, with the clients in healthcare and other sensitive businesses, like hospitals, there is a zero acceptance for pests and unsafe pest control materials.
Pests can cause structural damage, transmit diseases and damage a property's reputation.
In 2001, UC IPM and the Center for Invasive Species Research established a grant program to support research of exotic and invasive pests and diseases such as European grapevine moth, glassy-winged sharpshooter and Pierce's disease.
Hisham AbdulRahman Yahya, head of the pest control section at Dubai Municipality, said in a statement: "As we are aware pests can cause a real threat to residential and commercial premises, which may affect the health of people and damage property.
The plan, School IPM 2015: A Strategic Plan for Integrated Pest Management in Schools in the United States, calls for a 70% reduction in both pest complaints and pesticide use in schools.
Of course, food plants are no place for pests of any kind.
Relying on techniques such as stringent sanitation, facility maintenance, and accurate documentation, IPM removes the aspects of a facility that make it attractive to pests and reduces the need for traditional chemical treatments.