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Pest and Disease Management for Organic Farmers, Growers and Smallholders

By: Gareth Davies, Phil Sumption and Anton Rosenfeld
416 pages, 99 colour photographs
Publisher: Crowood Press
Pest and Disease Management for Organic Farmers, Growers and Smallholders
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Pest and Disease Management for Organic Farmers, Growers and Smallholders is a comprehensive book covering all aspects of the subject in temperate areas. Incorporating the most up-do-date thinking on organic pest and disease management, it is an essential reference work for all those wishing to develop a good understanding of the subject.

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Gareth Davies, Phil Sumption and Anton Rosenfeld work as part of the Organic Research and Development programme of Garden Organic [formerly the Henry Doubleday Research Association], a charitable organisation dedicated to research into, and the promotion of, organic gardening, farming and food. Each of them has a strong record in practical organic farming research, especially in organic horticulture, and have played a prominent part in the development and sharing of knowledge about pest and disease management in organic farming systems.
By: Gareth Davies, Phil Sumption and Anton Rosenfeld
416 pages, 99 colour photographs
Publisher: Crowood Press
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