mycoherbicides, including pesticide regulation in the United States, international considerations for testing mycoherbicides, and a conceptual approach to evaluating risks to nontarget plants and organisms. Chapter 3 provides a brief overview of the biology and cultivation of cannabis, coca, and the opium poppy. Chapter 4 considers the available data on the Fusarium mycoherbicides that target coca and cannabis and what is known about F. oxysporum in general. A similar review of C. papaveracea/B. papaveris is provided in Chapter 5. Chapter 6 provides answers to each of the questions in the statement of task.
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