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The most successful push-pull strategy was developed in Africa for subsistence farming.
Kanban, by contrast, is part of an approach of receiving the Push-Pull strategy from the demand.
A fundamental distinction between ATP functions is based on the push-pull strategy.
There are two strategies used to deliver materials to the shop floor: Push and Pull, see Push-pull strategy.
Social Pull Marketing is the adaptation of the traditional Push-pull strategy marketing concepts to Social Media Websites.
In Europe, the Middle East, and the United States, push-pull strategies were successfully used in the controlling of Sitona lineatus in bean fields.
Instead of trying to prevent the occurrence of pests, the push-pull strategy (also known as stimuli-deterrent) aims to guide their inevitable biological evolution to prevent damage to valued crops.
Potential exists to improve the push-pull strategy through further trials with different intercrops, by manipulating allelochemicals in each intercrop, as well as by investigating insect sensitivity to natural chemicals.
A study of Kenyan farmers using the push-pull strategy reported an 89% reduction in striga (a parasitic weed), an 83% increase in soil fertility, and 52% effectiveness in stemborer control.
Some disadvantages of the push-pull strategy is that if there is a lack of appropriate knowledge of behavioral and chemical ecology of the host-pest interactions then this method becomes unreliable.
"Pull" means that certain stimuli (semiochemical stimuli, pheromones, food additives, visual stimuli, genetically altered plants, etc.) are used to attract pests to trap crops where they will be killed There are numerous different components involved in order to implement a Push-Pull Strategy in IPM.