Robert Van Den Bosch: Stop the Pesticide Conspiracy

In this interview conducted shortly before his death from a heart attack, Dr. Robert Van Den Bosch discussed the dangers posed by the chemical industry's control of agriculture as outlined in his book The Pesticide Conspiracy, and advocated for integrated pest management.



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In his book The Pesticide Conspiracy, the late entomologist Dr. Robert Van Den Bosch warned of the ecological dangers that overuse of pesticides would cause and advocated integrated pest management strategies.
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The many faces of Dr. Van Den Bosch during his interview.
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