Basic principles use of sustainable conception in plant protection biotechnology

М. М. Барановський

Abstract


In this paper meaning of biotechnology for substantiation and utilization of conceptual principles of IPM on the base of  sustainable development is analyzed. Perspectives of biotechnological development  for IPM are defined.

Keywords


biotechnology; sustainability; crops protection; resistance

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