Identification and Management of Horticultural Pests

authored by: A.M. Ranjith
ISBN: 9789381450567 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 378 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2013
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 27.1 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 1140 GMS
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Keywords

pests, horticultural crops, integrated pest management, digital color photography, textbook, undergraduate, postgraduate, field-level workers, agriculture, commodity boards, farmers, english textbooks, crop management, techniques

This book has been composed primarily due to my personal need for a comprehensive textbook on the pests of horticultural crops and methods to manage them in an integrated manner. With the widespread use of digital color photography and the high resolutions available even in basic digital cameras, it is now feasible to capture good quality images. Therefore, the primary purpose of writing this book was to provide a textbook that can be used to teach undergraduate and postgraduate students about the pests of horticultural crops.

It was also essential to guide practicing field-level workers, such as officers from the state department of Agriculture and commodity boards, as well as every farmer who is able to read English textbooks, with basic information about the pests of crops. It is probable that most of the information can be found in this book itself, as the pests of one crop are often discussed alongside those of another. By doing so, readers can manage pests effectively using the latest techniques available to crop management experts.

Section I – Fruits 1. Almond 2. Aonla or Indian Gooseberry Amla or Amalalsa 3. Apple 4. Apricot 5. Banana 6. Ber 7. Citrus 8. Custard Apple 9. Fig10. Grapes11. Guava12. Jackfruit13. Litchi14. Loquat15. Mango16. Olive 17. Papaya 18. Peach and Pertsimmon 19. Pineapple 20. Plum 21. Pomegranate 22. Strawberry and Walnut Section II - Medicinal And Aromatic Plants 23. Ambrette (Abelmoschus Moschatus) 24. Aswagandha 25. Coleus Aromaticus 26. Davana Geranium Bourbon 27. Fennel 28. French Basil (Ocimum basilicum) 29. Isabgol 20. Lemon Grass 31. Mentha Or Mint 32. Opium 33. Patchouli 34. Periwinkle 35. Sarpagandha (Rauwolfia serpentine) Section III - Ornamental Plants 36. Anthurium 37. Carnation 38. China Aster 39. Chrysanthemum 40. Crossandra 41. Gladiolus 42. Jasmine 43. Marigold 44. Orchids 45. Rose 46. Tube Rose Section IV - Plantation Crops 47. Arecanut 48. Cashew 49. Cocoa/Cocoa 50. Coconut 51. Coffee 52. Oilpalm 53. Tea Section V – Spices 54. Betelvine 55. Cardamom 56. Cinnamon 57. Clove 58. Coriander Cumin Fennel Fenugreek 59. Ginger and Turmeric 60. Large Cardamom (Amomum) 61. Nutmeg 62. Onion And Garlic 63. Pepper Section VI – Tuberose 64. Aroids and Yams 65. Cassava or Tapioca 66. Chinese Potato or Coleus or Koorka 67. Potato 68. Sweet Potato Section VII – Vegetables 69. Amaranthus and Spinach 70. Bhindi 71. Brinjal 72. Cruciferous Vegetables (Cabbage, Cauliflower and others) 73. Chilli and Capsicum 74. Cowpea and Other Pulses 75. Cucurbits 76. Mushroom 77. Tomato 78. IPM in Vegetable

 
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