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Bioeconomic simulation of alternative insect pest management strategies in a multispecies setting: a case study of sweet corn in Massachusetts



Bioeconomic simulation of alternative insect pest management strategies in a multispecies setting: a case study of sweet corn in Massachusetts



Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 50(8): p.2587



A decision framework is used to examine the economic implications of alternative pest control technologies available to Massachusetts sweetcorn farmers. The pest control alternatives examined can be grouped into three categories: (1) no control, (2) scheduled spraying, and (3) prescribed spraying (or integrated pest management). These strategies are examined for three different plantings.

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