The Evolution of Pesticide Policy
- Brewer, Walter Edward
University of Michigan
Man depends on living things to provide food, fiber, and timber needed for his survival. Destructive pests often make the efficient production of these necessities very difficult, while other organisms constitute a threat to his health and comfort. There is an obvious need to keep these pests under control, but it should be accomplished without serious hazard to man and the plants and animals on which his life depends.
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