A Coaxial Noise Standard for the 1 GHz to 12.4 GHz Frequency by William C Daywitt

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Economic costs affecting the profitability of a crop, and crop disease control is, to a large extent, a function of balancing costs with advantages based on a sound knowledge of pathogen behaviour. Broadly speaking, diseases problems are lowest in two forms of arable agriculture. One is "rich country" agriculture where extension services are well developed and intensive crop production is accompanied by detailed if costly attention to disease control. The other form of agriculture, perhaps surprisingly, is "poor country" smallholder agriculture or subsistence farming, where intensive labour makes it feasible to inter-crop many different types of crop in single plots of land, the inter-cropping making it difficult for diseases to spread rapidly from one plant to another across plants of other species.

Whilst the petpe1I'ator of such an attack might not be certain, the possible candidate would be obvious. In such circumstances a lesser attack directed at the civilian population of a major city might be considered. If the city contained the major supply centres for the deployed force sufficient disruption might be caused to have militarily-significant consequences, but, probably more important, there could be political consequences in regard to the stability of the international coalition and the desire of its local ally to evade further attacks/disease outbreaks.

Potatoes and sugarcane are two of the most disease-prone crops. Potatoes experience a wide range of leaf and soil-borne diseases and sugar cane, with its long growth period (up to 20 months) and intensive cropping, is particularly prone to the build-up of many leaf diseases. 7 49 M. Dando et al. ), Scientific and Technical Means ofDistinguishing Between Natural and Other Outbreaks ofDisease, 49-61. © ZOO} Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. 8 8 240 Most of the world's major crops suffer from severe diseases, and Table 2 gives examples of some of the most significant of these.

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