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Saving the Planet Through Pesticides and Plastics

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By: Dennis Avery
476 pages, B/w photos, figs
Saving the Planet Through Pesticides and Plastics
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  • Saving the Planet Through Pesticides and Plastics ISBN: 9781558130692 Edition: 2 Paperback Aug 2000 Out of Print #106302
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In opposition to popular belief, Avery argues that high yield farming techniques can both feed the earth's burgeoning population that will reach 8 billion in the next century while preserving wildlands and wildlife. Avery's controversial book claims to show how agricultural technology can save the planet for both people and wildlife.

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Out of Print
By: Dennis Avery
476 pages, B/w photos, figs
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