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Plant Protection Archive (1913 to 1972)
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Plant Protection Archive (1913 to 1972)

Publisher: CAB International
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A comprehensive backfile of CAB's Plant Protection Database - available as a one-time purchase for perpetual access on the Ovid platform.

The archive provides access to international scientific literature - published between 1913 and 1972 - relating to weeds, pathogens and pests (insects, mites, slugs, snails and vertebrates) of crops, forest trees and plant products, and their control.

It's an ideal source for professionals and students requiring an international perspective on the wealth of historical information available on crop protection, pesticide research, and the agricultural sciences.

  • Platform:
    Ovid
  • Publisher: CAB International
  • Product Type: Database
  • Specialty:
    Crop Protection
    Plant Sciences
    Soil Science
  • Language: English
  • Data Type: Bibliographic with Abstracts
  • Number of Records:
  • Records Added Annually:

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