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I. Introduction Quantities of Fungicides Used II. Major Diseases on Major Crops Individual Crops III. Noncrop Uses of Fungicides IV. Trends in Fungicide Usage A. Economics of Fungicide Use B. Changes in Fungicide Use C. Systemic Fungicides References MITCHELL 39 40 45 46 54 55 55 57 59 60 I. INTRODUCTION The problem of fungicide usage facing the world in the latter part of the twentieth century can be stated as follows: How is food to be pro duced for 4 billion when at least half the world's crops cannot be grown without fungicides?
Agricultural and Industrial Applications Environmental Interactions. An Advanced Treatise by Dewayne Torgeson