New thinking on pest and disease control puts plant feeding first.

Horticulture has lost many of its conventional synthetic pesticides previously widely used for pest and disease control. The reasons for this -- such as public demands for much reduced residues in food and the environment or the limited return on research and development investment offered by horticulture -- are well known and need no elaboration.

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