An economic evaluation of cotton pest management in Pinal County, Arizona
AuthorLawrance, Neil Alan, 1950-
KeywordsCotton -- Diseases and pests -- Arizona -- Pinal County.
Pests -- Control -- Arizona -- Pinal County.
Pesticides -- Economic aspects -- Arizona -- Pinal County.
Insecticides -- Economic aspects -- Arizona -- Pinal County.
Agricultural pests -- Arizona -- Pinal County.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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Degree ProgramAgricultural Economics
Degree GrantorUniversity of Arizona
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