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Trophobiosis Theory: A Pest Starves on a Healthy Plant

Paull, John


Trophobiosis Theory is a thesis proposed by Francis Chaboussou, an agronomist of the France’s National Institute of Agricultural Research (INRA), in “Healthy Crops: A New Agricultural Revolution”. After two decades, this important book is finally available in English. Trophobiosis has been characterised by the former Minister for the Environment in Brazil, Jose Lutzenberger, as: “a pest starves on a healthy plant” (1995). The essence of Trophiobiosis theory is that pests shun healthy plants,...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2008
Type: Journal article
Source: News Leaf: Journal of Biodynamic Agriculture Australia


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