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Certification schemes (RTRS and ProTerra) in Brazilian soy : Use of pesticides and cropping systems

  title={Certification schemes (RTRS and ProTerra) in Brazilian soy : Use of pesticides and cropping systems},
  author={Christel Cederberg},
Certification schemes (RTRS and ProTerra) in Brazilian soy : Use of pesticides and cropping systems 


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