The Crop Protection Adviser

  • Y. Elkana
  • J. Palti
  • R. Ausher
  • J. Eshel
Part of the Crop Protection Monographs book series (CROP)

Abstract

In considering the overall aims of the adviser’s work, it must be realized that certain difficulties often arise, both against the background of tasks imposed by his employers and in his relation with growers.

Keywords

Toxicity Income Marketing Phytophthora 

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References

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1986

Authors and Affiliations

  • Y. Elkana
  • J. Palti
  • R. Ausher
  • J. Eshel

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