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The economics of IPM in processing tomatoes

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John M. Antle, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis
Seong K. Park, Korea Rural Economics Institute, Seoul, Korea

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California Agriculture 40(3):31-32.

Published March 01, 1986

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Abstract

Even without considering risk reduction, which is significant, the benefits of IPM outweigh the costs.

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The authors gratefully acknowledge the advice and assistance of Gene Miyao, Farm Advisor, Yolo County; Craig Weakley, Area Farm Advisor, Sutter-Yuba Counties; Mary Louise Flint, Director, IPM Manuals Group, UC Davis; Karen Klonsky, Farm Management Extension Specialist, UC Davis; and Frank Zalom, IPM Extension Specialist, UC Davis. The authors also thank the 35 Sacramento Valley tomato growers who provided the information on which this study was based.

The economics of IPM in processing tomatoes

John M. Antle, Seong K. Park
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The economics of IPM in processing tomatoes

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

John M. Antle, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis
Seong K. Park, Korea Rural Economics Institute, Seoul, Korea

Publication Information

California Agriculture 40(3):31-32.

Published March 01, 1986

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Even without considering risk reduction, which is significant, the benefits of IPM outweigh the costs.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors gratefully acknowledge the advice and assistance of Gene Miyao, Farm Advisor, Yolo County; Craig Weakley, Area Farm Advisor, Sutter-Yuba Counties; Mary Louise Flint, Director, IPM Manuals Group, UC Davis; Karen Klonsky, Farm Management Extension Specialist, UC Davis; and Frank Zalom, IPM Extension Specialist, UC Davis. The authors also thank the 35 Sacramento Valley tomato growers who provided the information on which this study was based.


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