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Title: Disease Management in Cereals and Implication for Food Security in Central Region of Mozambique
Authors: Tambo, Armindo
Issue Date: 2015
Abstract: Although Mozambique has good soils and good climate for agriculture, the country population still face difficulties in how to fight against diseases affecting crops such as maize, rice and sorghum. The problem addressed in this article is about how diseases affect the reduction of production and hence food insecurity in the populations of Central Mozambique region. While the physical, economic access to food is a right of all people in all times and all over the world. For example, based on the concept of nutrition security, which involves the physical and economic access to balanced diet and drinking water for all people at all times emphasizing the importance of water in the world (Adrian, 2010). So, the mechanism of how to mitigate these diseases or pests that attack the following products elegant grasshopper, stem borer, microbes and birds should be created, even in toxic chemicals and microbes. (Jasse, 2013). For this purpose, it is necessary to measure the production of cereal crops, growing and harvesting so that mitigation mechanism can be created to diseases and pests through the use of pesticides and chemicals that are used properly. Due to the high price of the same resistance it can be used as a safer alternative and shape first time seeding with Pan 67, a long cycle hydrates with increased resistance to pests and in the second season a variety of short cycle 110-125 hydrates days with lower requirements.
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