Recent Advances in Biopesticides

edited by: Jayandra Kumar Johri
ISBN: 9789380235219 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 338 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2010
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 24.7 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 750 GMS
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The widespread use of chemicals and pesticides in agricultural crops has drawn criticism from both the scientific community and the general public. This is due to the fact that such practices not only pose environmental and safety risks, but also lead to the emergence of new strains of pests and pathogens. Consequently, there has been a growing demand for organic products that do not rely on chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

This book provides a comprehensive overview of various biopesticides that are used to manage fungi, bacteria, viruses, and nematodes. It covers topics such as the biological control of soil-borne fungi and plant viruses, as well as the applications of bacteria, Rhizobacteria, and plant species.

In addition, the book explores both the traditional aspects of biopesticide management and the latest biotechnological approaches and applications. Given the rapid growth of the biopesticides industry and the increasing use of innovative tools and techniques by researchers, this volume is an invaluable resource for managing diseases in an eco-friendly manner.

1. Phytonematode management through bacteria. an underground battle for existence by Rakesh Pandey, Aakansha Gupta, H.N. Singh and Alok Kalra. 2. FAMEs. an efficient tool to investigate microbial diversity in agroecosystems by Rashmi Srivastava, K. Sharma and Bhavdish N. Johri. 3. Biological control of soil borne fungi by Ramesh Singh, P.C. Singh, Sandhya Kant and Udit Narain. 4. Managing plant viruses. biological based strategies by M. Zaim, M. Nagesh, A. Kalra, R. Randey and H.N. Singh. 5. Biopesticides--a boon to environment by J.K. Johri 6. Management of rice diseases through induced resistance by Chinmay Biswas, S.K. Biswas and S.S.L. Srivastava. 7. Exploitation of Rhizobacteria to improve soil, plant, human and the environment health by Chandra Shekhar Nautiyal and K.V.B.R. Tilak. 8. Traditional pest management by farmers using plant species by P. Narayanasamy 9. Biological control of plant diseases current status and future prospects by H.B. Singh, Brahma N. Singh, S.P. Singh, Shiv Raj Singh and B.K. Sarma.10. Soil solarization in the management of soil borne pathogens and weeds in vegetable crops by Ramesh Singh, Dinesh Kumar, P.C. Singh, Sandhya Kant an Sunil Kushwaha.

 
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