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Is Pesticide Use Sustainable in Lowland Rice Intensification in West Africa?

By F. E. Nwilene, A. Togola, O. E. Oyetunji, A. Onasanya, G. Akinwale, E. Ogah, E. Abo, M. Ukwungwu, A. Youdeowei and N. Woin

Submitted: October 20th 2010Reviewed: March 17th 2011Published: October 5th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/17358

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F. E. Nwilene, A. Togola, O. E. Oyetunji, A. Onasanya, G. Akinwale, E. Ogah, E. Abo, M. Ukwungwu, A. Youdeowei and N. Woin (October 5th 2011). Is Pesticide Use Sustainable in Lowland Rice Intensification in West Africa?, Pesticides in the Modern World - Risks and Benefits, Margarita Stoytcheva, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/17358. Available from:

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