Economic Analysis of Organic Pest Management Strategies for Lowbush Blueberries Using Enterprise Budgeting
Prepared by Andrew Files, Associate Scientist, School of Economics, The University of Maine; David Yarborough, Professor of Horticulture, Dept. of Plant, Soil, and Environmental Sciences, The University of Maine; and Frank Drummond, Professor, School of Biology and Ecology, The University of Maine. October 2008.
- Economic Analysis of Organic Pest Management Strategies for Lowbush Blueberries Using Enterprise Budgeting. MAFES Tech. Bull. 198 (PDF)
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