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Integrated Crop Management (ICM) training campaign in Brazil



Integrated Crop Management (ICM) training campaign in Brazil



Pflanzenschutz Nachrichten Bayer 2001; 53(2/3): 216-242



Together with various partner organizations, Bayer ran an Integrated Crop Management training campaign in the region around Santa Cruz do Sul in the south of Brazil. This campaign led to a remarkable improvement in the use of crop protection products: knowledge about beneficial organisms and their importance was greatly increased. The value of protective clothing was better appreciated after the training sessions.

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