Integrated Pest Management of Vegetable Crops

authored by: Rakesh Sharma & Peshin Rajinder
ISBN: 9789387973183 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 326 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2021
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 24.07 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 660 GMS
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Keywords

integrated pest management, vegetable crops, global initiatives, ipm programs, adoption, diffusion, impact evaluation, dissemination, pesticide use, methodology, adoption factors, agencies, formulation, implementation, professionals, academia, research, diffusion, impact analysis

The book "Integrated Pest Management of Vegetable Crops" offers a comprehensive overview of global IPM initiatives and evaluates various IPM programs. Despite the widespread use of IPM practices, there has been a lack of adoption and diffusion from the research sub-system to farmers. Furthermore, there is no consensus on the methodological aspects of impact evaluation and dissemination of IPM programs/practices.

The book delves into topics such as integrated pest management of vegetables, pesticide use, and the robust methodological aspects of impact evaluation. Additionally, it assesses the impact evaluation of vegetable IPM programs and identifies factors that influence the adoption of IPM practices.

This book is a valuable resource for agencies involved in the formulation and implementation of IPM programs, as well as professionals, investigators, and academia. At the post-graduate level, students will find the book to be a useful guide for planning and conducting future research on IPM diffusion and impact analysis.

1. Integrated Pest Management A Global Overview, 2. Integrated Pest Management of Vegetables and Pesticide use, 3. Dissemination of Integrated Pest Management Technologies, 4. Impact of Integrated Pest Management Programmes: A Review, 5. Impact Evaluation of Integrated Pest Management Programmes: A Theoretical Framework, 6. An Ex-post-facto Impact Evaluation of Vegetable Integrated Pest Management Programme, 7. Difference-in-differences Impact Evaluation of Vegetable IPM Programme, 8. Factors Impacting Adoption of Integrated Pest Management Practices, References

 
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