Pepper grows in a field surrounded by and filled with bamboo poles to act as a trelis

Pepper plantation in Myanmar

Photo: Dominique Guenat
BFH-HAFL Hugo P. Cecchini Institute

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This study compared synthetic insecticide and botanical/biopesticide residues in conventional and organic agricultural production systems after nine years of continuous cultivation of a maize-based crop rotation system at two sites in Kenya. The results show high detectable concentrations of synthetic insecticide residues (imidacloprid, acetamiprid, chlorpyrifos, and chlorantraniliprole) in conventional plant produce and soil.

Kampermann I, Bautze D, Mapili M et al.
Crop Protection 177 (2024) 106529

published by FiBL and IFOAM – Organics International

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Willer Helga, Trávníček Jan, Schlatter Bernhard (Eds.)

A Proposal for the Implementation of Art. 104a lit. d of the Swiss Federal Constitution

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Bürgi Bonanomi Elisabeth, Schäli Judith (eds.)
Dietemann Lauren, Kemper Laura, Kanner Elsa, Huber Beate (eds)
FiBL Policy Dossier
Illien Patrick
Journal of Rural Studies 106 (2024) 103201