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Virginia Cooperative Extension. Using pitfall traps to monitor insect activity. http:/ / pubs.ext.vt.edu/ 444/ 444-416/ 444-416.html 
University of Kentucky. Using pheromone traps in field crops. http:/ / www.uky.edu/ Agriculture/ Entomology/ entfacts/ fldcrops/ ef112.htm 
University of Connecticut. Preventing diseases of vegetables with hot water seed treatment. http:/ / www.hort.uconn.edu/ ipm/ homegrnd/ htms/ 54sedtrt.htm 
UCSD. Bacillus thuringiencis. http:/ / www.bt.ucsd.edu/ index.html 
UC Davis. Bordeaux mixture. http:/ / www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/ PDF/ PESTNOTES/ pnbordeauxmixture.pdf 
Tvedten, S. The bug stops here. http:/ / www.thebestcontrol.com/ bugstop/ control_alternatives_favorite.htm 
The Ohio State University. Insect and mite management alternatives. http:/ / ohioline.osu.edu/ b504/ b504_6.html 
Sierra Club of Canada. Pest control sprays you can make in your kitchen. http:/ / www.sierraclub.ca/ national/ programs/ health-environment/ pesticides/ non-commercial-pest-spray.pdf 
Rutgers Cooperative Extension. Sticky board traps for green houses. http:/ / www.wvu.edu/ ~agexten/ hortcult/ greenhou/ fs638.htm 
PUSTAKA. Sweet potato weevil and its control methods. Ministry of Agriculture, Indonesia. http:/ / pustaka.bogor.net/ dtbaru/ pan3158.htm 

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