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The insecticide residue problem in export production of vegetables and fruits in East Africa

, : The insecticide residue problem in export production of vegetables and fruits in East Africa. Acta Horticulturae (33): 123-129

Residue problems are discussed on the basis of East African recommendations, tolerance values permitted by importing countries and pre-harvest recommendations.

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