Systems approaches to innovation in pest management: Reflections and lessons learned from an integrated research program on parasitic weeds in rice



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10.1080/09670874.2015.1066042
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journal article
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International Journal of Pest Management
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4
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329-339
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61
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This paper provides a retrospective look at a systems-oriented research program, on the increasing occurrence of parasitic weeds in rainfed rice in sub-Saharan Africa, to qualitatively assess merits and identify challenges of such approach. Was gained a broad contextual overview of the problem and different stakeholders' roles, which enabled identification of entry points for innovations in parasitic weed management

Publication year: 
2015