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27-43. CAB International, Wallingford. The suppressiveness of soils to invading micro- Alabouvette, C , Couteaudier, Y. and Louvet, J. (1985). Soils suppressive to fusarium wilt: organisms must be considered from two points of mechanisms and management of suppressiveness. In view. The first concerns the population dynamics, Ecology and Management of Soil Borne Plant Pathogens the second the population activity, both of them (ed. C. A. Parker, A. S. Rovira, K. J. Moore, P. T. being under the control of biotic and abiotic W.
Various approaches are suggested that could be employed to minimize and reduce the risks of biotechnology to the environment and society. Ecological issues Crop resistance to pests The engineering of crop resistance to insect and plant pathogen pests offers advantages to reduce the use of insecticides and fungicides in crop protection. This will generally reduce problems from pesticides (NAS, 1989; Pimentel et aL, 1993) and improve the economics of pest control (Pimentel, 1986). Although crop resistance to pests generally offers environmental benefits from the reduction of pesticide use, care must be exercised to avoid the breeding of toxic chemical-like alkaloids into the crop and/or reducing the nutrient make-up of the crop (Pimentel et al, 1984).
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