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Integrated pest management: Quiz

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Question 1: IPM extended the concept of integrated control to all classes of pests and was expanded to include tactics other than just chemical and ________.
Biological pest controlPredationBeeInsect

Question 2: Reliance on knowledge, experience, observation, and integration of multiple techniques makes IPM a perfect fit for ________ (the synthetic chemical option is simply not considered).
Sustainable agricultureOrganic farmingAgricultureIndustrial agriculture

Question 3: Biological insecticides, derived from naturally occurring microorganisms (e.g.: Bt, entomopathogenic fungi and ________), also fit in this category.
ParasitoidHost (biology)Entomopathogenic nematodeBiological pest control

Question 4: Under this scheme, insect control was "supervised" by qualified ________, and insecticide applications were based on conclusions reached from periodic monitoring of pest and natural-enemy populations.
EntomologyZoologyConchologyEthology

Question 5: Chemical controls: Synthetic ________ are generally only used as required and often only at specific times in a pests life cycle.
Pesticide poisoningAluminium phosphidePest controlPesticide

Question 6: Chemical ________ were to be used in manner least disruptive to biological control.
MalathionOrganophosphateInsecticidePesticide

Question 7: [9] Chemical controls would include horticultural oils or the application of pesticides such as insecticides and ________.
Herbicide2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acidGlyphosate

Question 8: ________ (Natural Biocontrol for Agricultural & Horticultural use)
ChitosanChitinFungusCellulose

Question 9: In ________, integrated pest management (IPM) is a pest control strategy that uses a variety of complementary strategies including: mechanical devices, physical devices, genetic, biological, cultural management, and chemical management.
Sustainable agricultureAgricultureOrganic farmingIntensive farming

Question 10: It is an ________ approach with a main goal of significantly reducing or eliminating the use of pesticides while at the same time managing pest populations at an acceptable level.
BotanyBiologyEcosystemEcology







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