Locusts and a Rational Anti-Locust Policy

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1935/1936
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Uvarow B.P
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I t is a hopeful sign that the idea of international co~operation in anti locust research designed to develop a preventive policy is now finding an almost universal recognition. This policy has been fully endorsed by an international locust conference held in London in 1934 at which thirteen countries were represented. At the next conference, to be held at Cairoin 1936, it is hoped to extend the international anti~locust schemes to all the countries of the world suffering from thisoldest and greatest enemy of agriculture.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 1, p. 198-202