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Type: Journal article
Title: Facilitating IPM: the role of participatory workshops
Author: Norton, G.
Adamson, D.
Aitken, L.
Bilston, L.
Foster, J.
Frank, B.
Harper, J.
Citation: International Journal of Pest Management, 1999; 45(2):85-90
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Issue Date: 1999
ISSN: 0967-0874
1366-5863
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Geoff A. Norton , David Adamson , Lyn G. Aitken , Larissa J. Bilston , John Foster , Bruce Frank & Jayson K. Harper
Abstract: Successful, long-term implementation of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) requires the integration of key technical and management activities and the participation of a wide range of stakeholders including farmers, researchers, extension officers, crop consultants, government agencies, and industry. A key issue that needs urgent attention is how to achieve the high quality interaction between these different groups which is necessary for sustained IPM. Problem specification and planning workshops (PSPWs) provide one means of facilitating an integrated strategy for tackling complex pest management issues. Since 1992, the Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Pest Management has facilitated over 20 PSPWs, focusing on different farming systems in Australia. This paper describes the philosophy, the process involved, and the impact that these PSPWs have had. It examines three specific cases to describe the relationship between plans and results and ways of improving impact. The results reinforce the major role that social scientists can play in providingmechanisms for collaborating with technical researchers and other partners to facilitate effective, participatory ventures in IPM.
Description: published online 2010
Rights: © 1999 Taylor & Francis Ltd
RMID: 0030065913
DOI: 10.1080/096708799227860
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