Managing the Risk of European Corn Borer Resistance to Transgenic Corn: An Assessment of Refuge Recommendations
Terrance M. Hurley, Silvia Secchi, Bruce A. Babcock
February 1999 [99-SR 88]
The use of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in agriculture has been on the rise since 1995. Scientists have been working to develop a high-dose refuge management plan that can effectively delay European corn borer resistance to pesticidal GMO corn. This paper develops a stochastic agricultural production model to assess and provide insight into the reasons why refuge recommendations remain controversial.
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