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การบริหารจัดการหนูในนาข้าว แนวโน้มความเสียหายและประชากรหนูในประเทศไทย Thai Agricultural
Thasdaw Katenate.
Damage was monitoring the situation of rice caused by the destruction of rodents in Thailand. The purpose was to consider the trend of the damage and to analyze rodent populations found in the fields all year round. Which allows farmers take preventive action to control rodents in rice field effectively. The environment in Thailand is always changing, such as temperature, rainfall, water level in rice fields, which resulting population outbreak of rat pest in rice field. The foods in nature have influence on reproductive of rats, and farmers planting rice several times a year resulting also propagation of rats increased rapidly.
Tipo: PhysicalObject Palavras-chave: Rice production; Rodent; Rodent management; Rodent damage; Rodent populations; Rodent propagations; Rice fields; การผลิตข้าว; หนู; การบริหารจัดการหนู; การทำลายของหนู; ประชากรหนู; การขยายพันธุ์ของหนู; นาข้าว; ความเสียหาย.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/001/5650
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การสำรวจประชากรและประเมินความเสียหายของข้าวที่เกิดจากการทำลายของหนูในพื้นที่ปลูกข้าวจังหวัดนครนายก Thai Agricultural
Thasdaw Katenate; Urassaya Boonpramuk; Wantana Sriratanasak; Chinnawat Wanjit.
Rat population in rice field and damage assessments of rice caused by rats were surveyed at Dong Lakhon, Nakhon Nayok Province. Tracking tiles, active burrows counts and traps success were used to access rat species and population. The results showed that the tracking tiles found highest footprints in pre-harvesting stage were 12.60 % in the dry seasons and 18.40 % in the wet seasons. The active burrows counts found highest number of freshly reopened entrances in pre-harvesting stage were 35.05 % in the dry seasons and 40.79 % in the wet seasons. Trap success, the number of rats caught during the dry season and the wet seasons found highest that in the pre-harvesting stage and the tillering stage were 3.97 % (an average rat population of 11.90...
Tipo: Collection Palavras-chave: Rice; Rat population; Damage assessments; Dry season; Wet season; Nakhonnayok province; ข้าว; ประชากรหนู; การประเมินความเสียหาย; ฤดูแล้ง; ฤดูฝน; จังหวัดนครนายก.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/001/5886
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ผลของการเปลี่ยนแปลงสภาพภูมิอากาศต่อการระบาดของโรคข้าวในภาคตะวันออก Thai Agricultural
Wannaphan Janlapha; Thasdaw Katenate; Acharaporn Na Lampang Noenplab; Sommai Seewisut; Chalermpol Chalermpolyotin; Ratthaporn Wattanasuchat.
Effects of climate change on disease epidemics in the eastern area were studied during 2011-2013. This study consists of 2 activities, the first activity was monitoring the outbreak of rice diseases in farmer field’s network. The occurrence of rice blast was found every year and the highest disease severity was 40 percent in January 2013. The highest of rice bacterial blight and bacterial leaf streak severity were 90 percent in September 2012 and 40 percent in July 2012, respectively. The second activity was studying the relationship between rice diseases epidemics and climate change at Chachoengsao Rice Research Center. Phisanulok 2 and Chinat 1 rice varieties were planted every month throughout the year. Rice diseases were randomly assessed at...
Tipo: PhysicalObject Palavras-chave: Rice; Climate change; Rice diseases; Epidermics; Eastern region; ข้าว; การเปลี่ยนแปลงสภาพภูมิอากาศ; โรคข้าว; การระบาดของโรค; ภาคตะวันออก.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/001/5653
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