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By: N Heather and G Hallman
A significant amount of the world's economy is based upon the international trade of agricultural produce. For the producing countries, a growing concern is the potential economic and ecological damage that invasive species could cause. While threats can be decreased through the regulation of items potentially carrying invasive species, the effect of such restrictions on international trade also needs to be considered. A balance must therefore be met that permits the transfer of produce while filtering out unwanted pests. Drawing on the author's extensive experience, the social and financial implications of phytosanitary trade barriers are reviewed. This book offers valuable and comprehensive coverage of pest related barriers and strategies for their implementation.
Ch. 1) Pest Management and Phytosanitary Trade Barriers; Ch. 2) Agricultural Warfare and Bioterrorism Using Invasive Species; Ch. 3) Plant Regulatory Organisation; Ch. 4) Managing Risk of Pest Introduction, Establishment and Spread in a Changing World; Ch. 5) Systems and Related Approaches to Pest Risk Management; Ch. 6) Development of Postharvest Phytosanitary Disinfestation Treatments; Ch. 7) Disinfestation with Cold; Ch. 8) Phytosanitary Heat Schedules; Ch. 9) Phytosanitation with lonising Radiation; Ch. 10) Disinfestation by Fumigation; Ch. 11) Disinfestation with Modified (Controlled) Atmosphere Storage; Ch. 12) Disinfestation with Postharvest Pesticide Treatments; Ch. 13) Miscellaneous Phytosanitary Treatments.
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