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New Zealand agrochemical and plant protection manual

, : New Zealand agrochemical and plant protection manual. New Zealand agrochemical and plant protection manual (Ed. 3): 287 pp.

This edition has been fully revised, and extended to include some new methods of plant protection other than pesticides. The manual includes a trade suppliers index, a crop/target index providing a list of products registered for use in individual crops or situations, a product index and an a.i. index, and information is provided on various products, user safety, enviromental protection, pesticide application, pesticide resistance and pesticide law.

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