Working with Farmers

Photos of community meetings in Tanzania

Photos of community meetings in Namibia

Photos of community meetings in Swaziland

The three steps to practical implementation of EBRM in:-
Belmain, S.R., Dlamini, N., Eiseb. S., Kirsten, F., Mahlaba, T., Makundi, R., Malebane, P., Maltitz, E. von, Massawe, A., Monadjem. A., Mulungu, L., Siwiya, E., Taylor, P., and Tutjavi, V. (2008) The ECORAT project: developing ecologically-based rodent management for the southern African region. International Pest Control. 50(3):136-138.

Belmain, S.R. (2007) Rats, an ecologically based approach for managing a global problem. Low External Input and Sustainable Agriculture. 23(4): 18-20.

Environmental outcomes of EBRM in:-
Singleton, G.R., Sudarmaji, Jacob, J. and Krebs, C.J (2005) Integrated management to reduce rodent damage to lowland rice crops in Indonesia. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 107: 75–82.
Singleton, G.R., Brown, P.R. and Jacob, J. (2004) Ecologically-based rodent management: its effectiveness in cropping systems in South-East Asia. NJAS Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences. 52(2): 163-171.

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Natural Resources Institute, UKSokoine University, TanzaniaARC-Plant Protection Research Institute, South AfricaUniversity of SwazilandNational Museum of Namibia Durban Natural Science Museum, South AfricaDurban Natural Science Museum, South Africa