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Titre : Bio Pest Management Entomopathogenic ...
Éditeur : PA
Etat du livre : Good
Description du livre Agrotech Pub, Udaipur, 2010. Hardbound. État : As New. New. Contents Preface. About the book. About the editors. Our contributors. 1. Potential of entomopathogenic nematodes for pest control/S.S. Hussaini. 2. Parasitoids and predators in pest management with special reference to Trichogrammatids/S.K. Jalali T. Venkatesan and Seema Wahab. 3. Importance and utilization of entomopathogenic nematodes for the suppression of insect pests/A.U. Siddiqui Aruna Parihar and S.K. Sharma. 4. Biological control of root knot nematodes in India/R.V. Vyas and D.J. Patel. 5. Integrated pest management for sustainable agriculture/H.C.L. Gupta. 6. Practical utilization of entomopathogenic nematodes for insect pest control in India/S.S. Hussaini. 7. Management of endoparasitic phytonematodes particularly Meloidogyne Spp. and Heterodera Spp. through non chemical methods/D.J. Patel. 8. Mass rearing of entomophagus nematodes and their application techniques for suppression of insect pests/Aruna Parihar A.U. Siddiqui and Y.S. Yadav. 9. Bio control of key insect pests through entomopathogenic nematodes/S.S. Ali. 10. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the control of nematodes and other soil borne pathogens/Mahaveer P. Sharma. 11. Mass production technology for Entomopathogenic Nematodes (EPNs) a new tool for management of insect pests of crops/R.V. Vyas. 12. Biological control of root knot nematode potential of Paecilomyces lilacinus and Pasteuria penetrans/R.K. Kaul. 13. Integrated nematode management in cropping system/Subhash Bhargava. 14. Nematode diseases of maize and millets and their biological control/B.L. Baheti. 15. Nematode diseases of vegetables and their biological control/M.K. Sharma. 16. IDM modules concepts and advances/S. Gangopadhyay. 17. Biological control of plant diseases theory and application/Kusum Mathur. 18. Disease management in medicinal and aromatic plants through bioagents and techniques involved/Shyam Sunder Sharma and Kalp Verma. 19. Nematode pests of mushrooms and their management/Anila Doshi and Vikram Singh Meena. 20. Bacterial bioagents for the management of bacterial diseases in plants/Rakesh Shah. 21. Impact of insect defence systems on microbial control of insect pests/R. Swaminathan. 22. Quality control aspects and registration requirements of microbial pesticides/S. Sriram. 23. Biological control of insect pests in crops/N.K. Bajpai. 24. Pest management through chemicals/H.C.L. Gupta. 25. Biotechnological approaches in the control of crop pests diseases and weeds/Seema Wahab. 26. Nematology pest present and future/B.S. Yadav. 27. Bioinsecticides and biotechnology/H.N. Gour. 28. Entomopathogens and their compatibility with other components for insect pest management in IPM/G.M. Lone A.U. Siddiqui and Aruna Parihar. 29. A review on the management of Reniform nematode and root rot fungus by sing fungal bio agents/Tabreiz Ahmad Khan and Mohd. Shaikhul Ashraf. Subject index. Insects pathogens nematodes and plants have co existed for nearly about 400 million years. Since then the above pests have been causing enormous losses to the plants amounted to 20 30% losses as per estimates given so far in the country. Realizing the role of these pests as limiting factor in agricultural productivity several methods were developed and incorporated into management program for economically important pests. Out of these use of insecticides could initially catch up to the growers because of their ready availability ability to suppress pest's populations quickly and increasing productivity. Their use in the past was intense in areas where the thrust was on increasing agricultural productivity and also in those regions where certain crops were introduced in new agro ecosystem. However in most instances their use proved to be a short term solution rather than a long term strategy. Pesticides are equally hazardous to livestock plants and also to the beneficial fauna and flora. Their influence on the non target organisms has caused ecological imbalance which is some times difficult to be restored. Dur. N° de réf. du libraire 74244