Antibiotic use on crops in low and middle-income countries based on recommendations made by agricultural advisors

  26 June 2020

The data reveals that antibiotics are being recommended far more frequently and on a much greater variety of crops than previously thought. Relative to medical and veterinary use the quantities used globally are comparatively small, but this niche does provide some unique avenues by which resistance could develop in human pathogens. Results presented here have implications for those wanting to limit the spread of antibiotic resistance.

Author(s): Philip Taylor & Robert Reeder
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