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Pest control: biopesticides’ potential

Research output: Contribution to journalLetter

Published

Journal publication date15/11/2014
JournalScience
Journal number6160
Volume342
Number of pages1
Pages799
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

The special section on Smarter Pest Control (16 August, p. 728) highlighted
the threats that chemical pesticides pose to human health and the environment, and some of the smart alternatives, including genetically modifi ed (GM) crops. However, an important and emerging technology against insect pests was overlooked: biological pesticides.

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