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Evaluating the economics of integrated weed management

Code: 9781801464895
Pieter de Wolf, Saskia Houben, William Bijker and Koen Klompe, Wageningen Plant Research, The Netherlands

Chapter synopsis: Integrated weed management (IWM) contributes to the reduction of the use of pesticides and the risks of pesticide use. Novel IWM strategies can have economic consequences for farming systems. To develop alternative weed management strategies that maintain productivity while reducing the environmental impact of weed control for farms in a specific region, the cost effectiveness and feasibility of options should be made clear prior to implementation. In this chapter we discuss our approach for the pre-evaluation of the economics of novel IWM strategies in wheat production, comparing our method with other economic evaluation studies.

DOI: 10.19103/AS.2021.0098.17
Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Approaches to economic evaluation 3 The case study in IWMPRAISE 4 Comparing the economics of different integrated weed management strategies 5 Different approaches in assessing the economics of integrated weed management strategies 6 Comparing different approaches in the economic evaluation of integrated weed management strategies 7 Where to look for further information 8 References

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