Use of Pesticides for Vegetable Crops in Mexico

  • A. M
  • Navarro-Garza H
  • Miranda-Cruz E
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This book brings together issues on pesticides and biopesticides use with the related subjects of pesticides management and sustainable development. It contains 24 chapters organized in three sections. The first book section supplies an overview on the current use of pesticides, on the regulatory status, on the levels of contamination, on the pesticides management options, and on some techniques of pesticides application, reporting data collected from all over the world. Second section is devoted to the advances in the evolving field of biopesticides, providing actual information on the regulation of the plant protection products from natural origin in the European Union. It reports data associated with the application of neem pesticides, wood pyrolysis liquids and bacillus-based products. The third book section covers various aspects of pesticides management practices in concert with pesticides degradation and contaminated sites remediation technologies, supporting the environmental sustainability. BT - Pesticides in the Modern World




A., Ma., Navarro-Garza, H., & Miranda-Cruz, E. (2012). Use of Pesticides for Vegetable Crops in Mexico. In Pesticides in the Modern World - Pesticides Use and Management. InTech.

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