Establishing next-generation pest control services in rice fields: eco-agriculture

@article{Ali2019EstablishingNP,
  title={Establishing next-generation pest control services in rice fields: eco-agriculture},
  author={M. P. Ali and M. Bari and S. S. Haque and M. Kabir and S. Afrin and F. Nowrin and M. S. Islam and D. Landis},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2019},
  volume={9}
}
Pesticides are commonly used in food crop production systems to control crop pests and diseases and ensure maximum yield with high market value. However, the accumulation of these chemical inputs in crop fields increases risks to biodiversity and human health. In addition, people are increasingly seeking foods in which pesticide residues are low or absent and that have been produced in a sustainable fashion. More than half of the world’s human population is dependent on rice as a staple food… Expand
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