The economics of IPM in processing tomatoes
AuthorsJohn M. Antle
Seong K. Park
Authors AffiliationsJohn M. Antle is Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis; Seong K. Park is Economist, Korea Rural Economics Institute, Seoul, Korea.
Hilgardia 40(3):31-32. DOI:10.3733/ca.v040n03p31. March 1986.
AbstractEven without considering risk reduction, which is significant, the benefits of IPM outweigh the costs.
Antle J, Park S. 1986. The economics of IPM in processing tomatoes. Hilgardia 40(3):31-32. DOI:10.3733/ca.v040n03p31
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