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Economic consequences of reduced use of chemical pesticides in agriculture



Economic consequences of reduced use of chemical pesticides in agriculture



Vaxtskyddsrapporter, Jordbruk (11): B1-B13



This was one of the papers of general interest read at the Weed and Plant Protection Conferences at Uppsala in 1980. The author draws attention to the debate in Sweden as to the use of insecticides in agriculture, owing to the risks to the environment and possibly to human health.

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