2 edition of Phytosanitary procedures to be adopted for maize and other food-aid shipments to reduce the risks of insect infestation and damage found in the catalog.
Phytosanitary procedures to be adopted for maize and other food-aid shipments to reduce the risks of insect infestation and damage
R. W. D. Taylor
Produced following a technical consultation on quarantine standards relating to the import and export requirements for maize in Eastern and Southern Africa, Maputo, Mozambique, 14-18 February 1994.
|Statement||prepared by R.W.D. Taylor & M.T. Locke in the framework of the project "Improving the Phytosanitary Conditions in Eastern and Southern African Areas at Risk from the Larger Grain Borer" financed by the European Community and executed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.|
|Contributions||Locke, M. T.|
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