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New possibilities for keeping and protecting stored products


, : New possibilities for keeping and protecting stored products. 2 Znanstveno strucni skup s medunarodnim sudjelovanjem Dezinfekcija, dezinsekcija, deratizacija u zastiti zdravlja zivotinja i ocuvanju okolisa: Priopcenja Umag, Croatia, 28-30 rujna 1995: 113-121

A review. Stored raw materials for production of feeds, and the finished feed products themselves, can be keep successfully protected from the attack of harmful pests with little or no use of pesticides, by combining physical, mechanical and biological measures. Future research should focus on various compounds of plant and mineral origin which have insecticidal and acaricidal activity, that can be applied in wide practice against harmful pests.

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