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Outlooks on Pest Management

(Formerly Pesticide Outlook )

ISSN: 1743-1026 (Print) -- 1743-1034 (Online)

An international journal covering the management of weeds, pests and diseases through chemistry, biology and biotechnology.

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About Outlooks on Pest Management

Research Information Ltd was pleased to acquire Pesticide Outlook, previously published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, at the end of 2003. Issues are now available online to registered subscribers who have requested access (see the link above).

Research and development in the crop protection and crop enhancement sector continues to grow at pace. Those associated with the agriculture and food industries, researchers in academia, government organisations, legislators, and professionals involved with the development and environmental impact of pesticides and biotechnology can all benefit from Outlooks on Pest Management.

This bi-monthly journal provides a unique blend of international news and reviews covering all aspects of the management of weeds, pests and diseases through chemistry, biology and biotechnology. It presents a balanced view on these emotive subjects through readable overviews, which are ideal for the busy professional who need not have in-depth or specialist knowledge of all the diverse issues to appreciate the largely non-technical, yet informative content.

 

Subscribers to Outlooks on Pest Management benefit from:

  • Review articles monitored by an International Editorial Board
  • A balanced view of worldwide developments
  • Concise, easy to read articles, including colour illustrations
  • Alerts on events and regulations in the agrochemical
 

Editorial Board

Chair and Editor:
Len Copping, Consultant, UK

Editorial Board:

Alan Baylis, Nuvistix Innovation, UK

Terry Clark, Syngenta, UK

Alan Dewar, Bury St Edmunds, UK

John Lucas, Rothamsted Research, UK

John "Luke" Lucas, Sumitomo Chemical (UK) Plc, UK

Graham Matthews, International Pesticide Application Research Centre, UK

Ken Pallett, Bayer CropScience, UK

Nancy Ragsdale, US Department of Agriculture (Retired), USA

Mark Rowland, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK

 

Invitation to Submit an Article

Outlooks on Pest Management is pleased to publish contributions on all aspects of the management of weeds, pests and diseases through chemistry, biology and biotechnology. The main criterion of acceptance is that the material should make a contribution to knowledge in this field. Please send potential contributions and correspondence on editorial matters to:

Dr. Leonard G. Copping
8 Gold Street
Saffron Walden, Essex
CB10 1JE, UK

Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1799 521369
Email: lcopping@globalnet.co.uk

Manuscripts and correspondence on editorial matters should be addressed to the Editor.
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International Advisory Board

Jerry Baron, IR-4 Project, USA

Peter Bergkvist, KemI, Sweden

Steve Duke, USDA, USA

Bruce Fitt, University of Hertforshire, UK

Derek Gammon, FMC Corporation, USA

Ian Grant, Cybister Environmental Protection, UK

Jerry Green, DuPont Ag Biotechnology-Pioneer Hi-Bred, USA

Jonathan Gressel, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

Bruce Hammock, Univ California, USA

John Hoffmann, Univ Cape Town, South Africa

 

Ian Jepson, Syngenta, UK

Heath Malcolm, CEH, UK

Guy Poppy, Univ Southampton, UK

Raj Prasad, Pacific Forestry Centre, Canada

Somiahdnadar Rajendran, CFTRI, Mysore, India

Barnett Rattner, US Geological Survey, USA

Jonathan Shoham, Syngenta, UK

John Stark, Washington State University, USA

Bernal Valverde, IDEA Tropical, Costa Rica

Don Wauchope, USDA, USA

Mark Whalon, Michigan State University, USA

Chao-Xian Zhang, Institute of Plant Protection, Beijing, China

 

 

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