Edited By: P Greig-Smith, G Frampton and A Hardy
288 pages, Col photos, illus, tabs, figs
Initially greeted with scepticism, the Boxworth Project now marks an important watershed in research and attitudes towards the environmental impact of pesticide use. The Project was a 7-year study of the effects of total- and selected- pesticide usage on an entire farm, and laid the basis for the current shift to moderate, supervised use of pesticides on farms. This is a summary of the study methods, and all the findings and conclusions.
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