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Township limits on 1,3-D will impact adjustment to methyl bromide phase-out


Janet Carpenter
Lori Lynch
Tom Trout

publication information

California Agriculture 55(3):12-18. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v055n03p12. May-June 2001.

author affiliations

J. Carpenter is Research Associate, National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy (NCFAP); L. Lynch is Assistant Professor, Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, College Park; T. Trout is Agricultural Engineer, USDA Agricultural Research Service. Lynch studied methyl bromide-related issues as part of doctoral research at UC Berkeley.

author notes

This study evolved from the study funded by the USDA Economic Research Service, “The Economic Impact of the Scheduled Phase-out of Methyl Bromide in the U.S.,” conducted by NCFAP, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank.