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Editorial Board       p-ISSN 2308-4944 (print)       e-ISSN 2409-0085 (online)
SOI: 1.1/TAS         DOI: 10.15863/TAS

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ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science 09(125) 2023

Philadelphia, USA

* Scientific Article * Impact Factor 6.630

Muminova, R. D.

Garden pest control for vegetables.

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Language: English

Citation: Muminova, R. D. (2023). Garden pest control for vegetables. ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science, 09 (125), 226-228. Soi: Doi:

Pages: 226-228

Published: 30.09.2023

Abstract: IPM (Integrated Pest Management) is a method used to reduce insect pests in gardens. It combines traditional techniques with modern methods, such as chemical and botanical treatments. Gardeners must learn the life cycles and habits of pests and choose the best solution to address the issue. IPM is an effective and environmentally responsible approach that focuses on prevention, observation, and control. It was initially created for commercial farmers to combat the high costs of synthetic pesticides. IPM is a system that combines with the seasons in a vegetable garden, not a single control. To avoid issues, gardeners should maintain a healthy environment, use plant-resistant species, plan their gardens carefully, use trap crops, encourage beneficial bugs, water frequently, remove and discard infected plants, and mulch the area. If the issue persists, use moderate remedies, capture pests using lures, sticky bands, or diversion crops, and remove diseased or infested plants before they grow.

Key words: pests, garden, control, vegetables, fundamental, combined, problem.








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