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Review on integrated pest management of important disease and insect pest of rice (Oryzae sativa L.)

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Rice (Oryzae sativa L.) is one of important crops in the world and Ethiopia. Productivity of rice is decreasing due to different factors. It is second in production next to wheat in the world and almost half of world population and 90% of south Asia countries use rice. Disease like Rice blast and insect pests like stem borer are important pests for reduction of rice productivity. Integrated rice pest management (IPM) is the best method to solve problems of pests and it is combination of different methods to control pests in sound environmental management and cost effective way. Control methods like resistant cultivars, healthy seed, fertilizer management, cultural systems, burning or composting of diseased tissues and chemical control are commonly used.
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  • Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, Pawe Agricultural Research Center, P.O.Box-25, Ethiopia
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