I do not think pesticides make plants stronger than they would have been. I think that as plants “grow up” and go through multiple life cycles, pesticides begin doing all of the work for them in terms of fighting off disease. Then when a unique attack hits the plants, they have no experience with the smaller attacks (since the pesticides just destroyed them) so they are much more susceptible to being overtaken.
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