By J. Eilenberg, Heikki M. T. Hokkanen
Biological regulate is one of the so much promising tools for keep an eye on of pests, illnesses and weeds, and this booklet treats ecological and societal facets jointly for the 1st time. the purpose is to judge the importance of convinced organic houses like biodiversity and normal habitats. In a societal method phrases like ‘consumer’s attitude’, ‘risk perception’, ‘learning and schooling’ and ‘value triangle’ are well-known as major for organic construction and human welfare.
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Extra resources for An Ecological and Societal Approach to Biological Control (Progress in Biological Control)
Inundation BC Use of a BC agent, where only the released organism provides pest control. g. a biological control agent) can be used in organic agriculture involves weighing its advantages against its disadvantages (for an overview of the procedures involved, see Speiser & Schmid (2004)). Because these aspects may have different priorities for different stakeholders, input evaluation sometimes provoques long-standing discussions and controversies. The evaluation procedure is as such for different types of pest and diesease control products.
Organic farming is characterized by a number of general principles, which are ‘intended goals of organic production and processing’ (IFOAM, 2002). These principles indicate how production methods should be designed and evaluated, and whether they are the first choice or a last option. By contrast, standards and regulations are minimum requirements that a farm must meet to be certified organic. Regulations are precise instructions, for example whether a certain input is allowed or prohibited. 27 J.
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An Ecological and Societal Approach to Biological Control (Progress in Biological Control) by J. Eilenberg, Heikki M. T. Hokkanen