Social and economic implications of diseases in plants and animalsThroughout this research and getting to know and understand new things, using my own words, I’d say the economic implications of diseases in plants and animals are as follows.
The economy has to do with the financial aspects of life stock as it has to do with agriculture. When a plant is infected it will limit the amount of life stock there is for us humans. Farmers for example will be as a devastated position as there life stock will be ruined and there will be a decrease in supply for customers. Farmer will be in depth and will be losing customers along with money.
It may also be expensive for the farmer to prevent and treat these diseases.