Edited By: O Koul, GS Dhaliwal and GW Cuperus
329 pages, Figs, tabs
Addresses many of the key issues surrounding Insect Pest Management (IPM) in a number of specially commissioned chapters. Topics covered include: The pesticide paradox in IPM: Risk-benefit analysis; Transgenic crops in IPM; The relevance of modelling IPM implementation; IPM and sustainable development; and Consumer response to IPM.
The editors have recruited a formidable team of authors to produce the thirteen information-packed chapters, each of which represents an amalgam of historical background, relevant science and present-day practice, together with as up-to-date a bibliography as possible. Derek Clifford, Pest Management Science, November 2004"
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