Pest management of two non-interacting pests in presence of common predator
The paper considers two mutually independent pests in presence of their common predator and discusses their control biologically by release of additional predators and chemically by using non-selective non-residual pesticide. It also verifies the results by special choice of parameters.
AMS Mathematics Subject Classification34C 34D 34H 92,93
Key words and PhrasesIntegrated pest management bionomic equilibrium Pontryagin's maximum principle
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