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Viruses. A realistic alternative in crop protection?


, : Viruses. A realistic alternative in crop protection?. Monograph, British Crop Protection Council (34): 161-172

The role of viruses in crop protection is discussed, with emphasis on their use to control insect pests. A number of successful viral products have been registered, but there has been relatively little progress in the field despite the large number of viruses pathogenic to insects.


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