By Jørgen Eilenberg (auth.), J. EILENBERG, H.M.T. HOKKANEN (eds.)
Biological keep an eye on is likely one of the such a lot promising equipment for regulate of pests (including vectors), illnesses and weeds. during this booklet ecological and societal points are for the 1st time handled jointly. In an ecological procedure the purpose is to judge the importance of convinced organic homes like biodiversity and common habitats. additionally, it is very important see organic regulate from an natural (or ecological) farming viewpoint. In a societal strategy phrases like ‘consumer’s attitude’, ‘risk perception’, ‘learning and schooling’ and ‘value triangle’ are acknowledged as major for organic creation and human welfare.
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An Ecological and Societal Approach to Biological Control by Jørgen Eilenberg (auth.), J. EILENBERG, H.M.T. HOKKANEN (eds.)