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Integrated pest management: addressing the economic and environmental issues of contemporary agriculture



Integrated pest management: addressing the economic and environmental issues of contemporary agriculture



Food, crop pests, and the environment: the need and potential for biologically intensive integrated pest management: 1-12



Some factors which limit the availability and usefulness of pesticides, including secondary outbreaks, resistance and effect on nontarget organisms, are outlined.

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