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The agreement between organizations to control the use of agricultural chemicals in fruit growing



The agreement between organizations to control the use of agricultural chemicals in fruit growing



Rivista di Economia Agraria 46(1): 207-219



The article looks at ways in which the adverse environmental effects of use of agricultural chemicals in fruit growing can be reduced through joint action and agreement.

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