Edited By: David Pimentel
444 pages, Col plates, figs, tabs
Technologies now exist to reduce pesticide use by at least 50%, without reducing crop yields or substantially altering `cosmetic standards' of fresh fruit and vegetables. Reducing pesticide use will lower the economic costs of pest control, protect public health, and improve the stability of the natural environment. The various pest management techniques available are discussed in all chapters of this book.
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