Ecologically Based Participatory IPM for Southeast Asia Development project
Rejesus, Roderick (Rod) M.

  USAID-funded project that aims to developing and disseminating new Integrated Pest Management (IPM) technologies for smallholder farmers producing vegetables and high-value crops in Southeast Asia. My specific work responsibility in this project is to evaluate the economic impacts of the Farmer Field School (FFS) approach to extending the IPM technologies (i.e., called IPM-FFS) to farmers. Specifically, for smallholder onion farmers in Nueva Ecija, Philippines. Two research publications came of this project -- one published in the peer-reviewed journal Agricultural Economics (in 2015) and one in the peer-reviewed journal Agricultural Systems (in 2011).
  01/01/2010 - 12/31/2014
Institutional Partner(s):
  Clemson University, USA
Funding Agency(s)/Sponsor(s):
  U.S. Agency for International DevelopmentĀ (USAID)

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