Definitions for "INTEGRATED CONTROL"
combination of biological, chemical and cultural control methods
a pest control strategy in which all possible techniques are considered and consolidated, thereby preventing economic damage and minimizing adverse environmental repercussions
defined in PPPR as ‘the rational application of a combination of biological, biotechnological, chemical, cultural or plant-breeding measures whereby the use of chemical plant protection products is limited to the minimum strictly necessary to maintain harmful organisms below levels above which economically unacceptable damage or loss would occur’.