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The Southern Corn Leaf Blight epidemic of 1970 (42) emphasized the problem of the genetic vulnerability of major crop species in the United States to damaging attacks by pests (43). These situations, combined with increased awareness of a world food crisis, motivated government and institutional actions supportive of the development of integrated pest management systems for major agroecosystems in the United States. A major step toward development of integrated pest management programs was taken by the federal government in 1972.
An Herbalist's Guide to Growing & Using St. John's Wort (Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-230) by Kathleen Brown