Pesticides in the Next Decade: The Challenges Ahead: Third National Research Conference

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DIANE Publishing, 1994 - 111 pages
Co-sponsored by 19 organizations and contains 106 presentations from a number of different states and a variety of universities. Covers all aspects of the pesticide issue.
 

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