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The use of pesticides cross the economic threshold when the cost of (Points : 5) A.) crop damage is more than the cost of the application of the pesticide. B.)pesticide is more than the
cost of the crop damage. C.)harvesting the crop is more than the cost of raising the crop. D.)cost of raising the crop is more than the cost of the crop damage.
The correct answer is B. pesticide is more than the cost of the crop damage.
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User: The use of pesticides cross the economic threshold when the cost of (Points : 5) A.) crop damage is more than the cost of the application of the pesticide. B.)pesticide is more than the cost of the crop damage. C.)harvesting the crop is more than the cost of raising the crop. D.)cost of raising the crop is more than the cost of the crop damage.





Weegy: The correct answer is B. pesticide is more than the cost of the crop damage.
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User: 7. The Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program (Points : 5) will test pesticides for their ability to cause cancer. will examine all disease causing aspects of pesticides. was created to test and screen pesticides, but is taking decades to be implemented. has already identified more than 300 pesticides that disrupt the endocrine system.

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that is wrong also it is too. crop damage is more than the cost of the application of the pesticide is the answer.
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