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Mvumi, Brighton M., Stathers, Tanya ORCID: 0000-0002-7767-6186, Golob, P. and Giga, D.P. (2006) Penetration of Sitophilus zeamais (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) through diatomaceous earth-treated bulk maize grain. International Journal of Tropical Insect Science, 26 (1). pp. 28-34. ISSN 1742-7584 (doi:

Stathers, Tanya ORCID: 0000-0002-7767-6186, Denniff, M. and Golob, P. (2004) The efficacy and persistence of diatomaceous earths admixed with commodity against four tropical stored product beetle pests. Journal of Stored Products Research, 40 (1). pp. 113-123. ISSN 0022-474X (doi:

Golob, P. (2002) Chemical, physical and cultural control of Prostephanus truncatus. Integrated Pest Management Reviews, 7 (4). pp. 245-277. ISSN 1353-5226 (Print), 1572-9745 (Online) (doi:

Brice, J.R. and Golob, P. (2000) Fumigation with phosphine and carbon dioxide in metal grain tanks for on-farm use in Swaziland. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research, 76 (1). pp. 17-26. ISSN 0021-8634 (doi:

Compton, J.A.F., Tyler, P.S., Hindmarsh, P.S., Golob, P., Boxall, R.A. and Haines, C.P. (1993) Reducing losses in small farm grain storage in the tropics. Tropical Science, 33. pp. 283-318. ISSN 1556-9179 (Print), 1556-9179 (Online)

Golob, P. (1981) A practical appraisal of on-farm storage losses and loss assessment methods in Malawi. 1: The Shire Valley agricultural development area. Tropical Stored Products Information, 40. pp. 5-13. ISSN 0564-3325

Golob, P. (1981) A practical appraisal of on-farm storage losses and loss assessment methods in Malawi. 2: The Lilongwe land development programme area. Tropical Stored Products Information, 41. pp. 5-11. ISSN 0564-3325

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Goodland, Andrew, Tran, Bruno and Golob, Peter (2003) Post harvest needs assessment in the Teso and Lango farming systems of Uganda: Marketing systems analysis and farmers' perspectives. [Working Paper]

Cobbinah, J.R., Moss, C., Golob, P. and Belmain, S.R. ORCID: 0000-0002-5590-7545 (1999) Conducting ethanobotanical surveys: an example from Ghana on plants used for the protection of stored cereals and pulses (NRI Bulletin 77). [Working Paper]

Boxall, Robin, Golob, Peter and Taylor, Robert (1997) Pest management in farm granaries: with special reference to Africa. [Working Paper]

Marsland, Neil and Golob, Peter (1996) Rapid rural appraisal of post-maturity issues in the central region of Malawi. [Working Paper]

Golob, P., Stringfellow, R. and Asanta, E. O. (1996) A review of the storage and marketing systems of major food grains in Northern Ghana. [Working Paper]

Golob, P. and Hodges, R. (1982) Study of an outbreak of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) in Tanzania. Report of the Tropical Products Institute (G164). [Working Paper]

Golob, P. (1981) A practical assessment of food losses sustained during storage by smallholder farmers in the Shire Valley Agricultural Development Project Area of Malawi 1978/79 (G154). [Working Paper]

Golob, P. (1977) Mixing insecticide powders with grain for storage (Rural Technology Guide 3). [Working Paper]


Marsland, N., Wilson, I. M., Abeyasekera, S., Kleih, U., Lawson-McDowall, J., Burn, R. W., Golob, P., Barahona, C. E., Henderson, S., Conroy, C., Jeffries, D., Warburton, H., Oppong-Nkrumah, K. and Fredua Antoh, E. (2001) Combining quantitative and qualitative survey work. Methodological framework, practical issues, and case studies. Manual. Natural Resources Institute, Chatham, UK.

Tran, Bruno M. D. and Golob, P. (1999) Improvements in the storage and marketing quality of grain legumes: Final technical report. Technical Report. Natural Resources Institute, Chatham, UK.

Golob, P., Marsland, N., Nyambo, B., Mutambuki, K., Moshy, A., Kasalile, E.C., Tran, B.H.M., Birkinshaw, L. and Day, R. (1999) Coping strategies adopted by small-scale farmers in Tanzania and Kenya to counteract problems caused by storage pests, particularly the Larger Grain Borer. Technical Report. Natural Resources Institute, Chatham, UK.

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