Consumers' Willingness to Pay for Cabbage with Minimized Pesticide Residues in Southern Benin

@inproceedings{Vidogbna2015ConsumersWT,
  title={Consumers' Willingness to Pay for Cabbage with Minimized Pesticide Residues in Southern Benin},
  author={Faustin Vidogb{\'e}na and Anselme Ad{\'e}niyi Ad{\'e}gbidi and Rigobert Cocou Tossou and Françoise Assogba-Komlan and Thibaut Martin and Mathieu Ngouajio and Serge Simon and V{\'e}ronique Joiris and Kerstin K Zander},
  year={2015}
}
Cabbage (Brassicaceae) is one of the most frequently consumed exotic vegetables in Benin and also the most affected by insects. To meet growing food demand, farmers rely heavily on synthetic pesticides that are harmful for themselves, consumers and the environment. Integrated pest management has been proposed as the means to improve vegetable productivity and quality in many developing countries. One approach is to substitute pesticides with physical barriers to insects, like nets. Here, we… CONTINUE READING

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