National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy
Pesticide Use Program
ARTICLES AND TRANSCRIPTS
* "Tradeoffs Involved in Pesticide Risk Management Decisions". National
Agricultural Chemicals Association, Spring Conference. Washington, DC.
April 28, 1994.
* "Pesticide Policymaking and Grower Organizations". Cherry Marketing
Institute, Annual Meeting. Traverse City, MI. February 1, 1994.
* "Issues Associated with the Benefits Assessment of Pesticides".
Entomological Society of America, Annual Meeting. Indianapolis, IN.
December 15, 1993.
* "The Potential Roles of Herbicide-Resistant Crops in the United
States". Virginia Water Resources Center, Fourth National Conference on
Pesticides. Richmond, VA. November 3, 1993.
* "The Value of EPA's Pesticide Benefits Assessment Process". Joint
Hearing of the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, House Committee
on Energy and Commerce and the Senate Committee on Labor and Human
Resources. Washington, DC. September 21, 1993.
* "Chemicals Seen Vital to Weeds, Pest Control". Forum for Applied
Research and Public Policy. Fall 1993.
* "The Quixotic Quest for Chemical-Free Farming". Issues in Science and
Technology. Fall 1993.
* "The Benefits of Pesticides in U.S. Crop Production". Hearing of the
Subcommittee on Department Operations and Nutrition, House of
Representatives Committee on Agriculture. July 14, 1993
* "The Consequences of Potential Cancellation of Pesticides: The Case of
Fungicide Use in Apple Production". National Center for Food and
Agricultural Policy, Policy Briefing. Washington, DC. June 25, 1993.
* "Herbicide-Resistant Weeds May Threaten Wheat Production in India".
Resources. Spring 1993.
* "Registration of Minor Use Pesticide: Some Observations and
Implications". Agricultual Resources: Inputs Situation and Outlook Report.
Economic Research Service USDA, 1992.
* "Use of Pesticides in the United States". Pesticide Residues and Food
Safety, ACS Symposium Series 446. American Chemical Society. Washington,
* "Inadequacy of Scientific and Economic Data in Pesticide Benefits
Analyses" Resources. Summer 1991.
* "Pesticide Policymaking: Options and Tradeoffs". Proceedings of the
Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society. 1991
* "Effective Weed Control Without Herbicides?". Proceedings of the
Forty-Fifth North Central Weed Science Society Meeting. 1990.
* "Comments on Alternative Agriculture". Alternative Agriculture
Scientists Review. Council for
Agricultural Science and Technology, Special Publication No. 16, June 1990.
* "Regulatory Policy, New Technology and Mother Nature" Resources.
* "The Environmental and Economic Tradeoffs of Pesticide Policymaking".
AERE Newsletter. November 1989.
* "Welfare Implications of Restricted Triazine Herbicide Use in the
Chesapeake Bay Region". Marine Resource Economics. 1989.
* "Lack of Data Stymies Informed Decisions on Agricultural Pesticides"
Resources. Fall 1987.
* "Celery Insect Management: National Policy Options". September 1993.
* "Federal Marketing Standards and the Use of Pesticides in California
Stone Fruit Orchards".
* "The Relationship Between Produce Marketing Standards and Pesticide
Use: Five Case Studies". October 1992.
* "US Pesticide Use Trends: 1966-1989". January 1992.
PESTICIDE USE REPORTS: These will be updated in late November
* "Agricultural Pesticide Use in California, 1990 and 1991". March,
* "Insecticide Use in US Crop Production". November 1992.
* "Fungicide Use in US Crop Production". August 1992.
* "Herbicide Use in the United States: National Summary Report". April
* "The Use of Herbicides in US Crop Production: Use Coefficients Listed
by State (Active Ingredient)". April 1991.
* "Pesticide Use Trends in US Agriculture, 1979-1992". NCFAP Discussion
Paper PS-93-1. October 1993.
* "Reducing Pesticide Use With No Loss in Yields? A Critique of a Recent
Cornell Report. Discussion Paper QE91-16, Resources for the Future, July
Articles and Transcripts - $3.00, Pesticide Use Reports - $25.00
Technical Reports - $10.00, Discussion Papers - $10.00
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