Pests of Fruit Crops

edited by: Nripendra Laskar, Victor Phani & Supriya Biswas
ISBN: 9789394490703 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 514 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2023
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 20 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 942 GMS
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Keywords

Fruit crop pests, Orchard infestation, Pest management in fruits, Crop damage by pests, Insect pests on fruit trees, Fruit crop diseases, Integrated pest control, Sustainable pest management, Citrus pest control, Apple orchard pests, Grapevine pest infestation, Berry crop pests, Pest-resistant fruit varieties, Organic fruit pest control, Pest monitoring in orchards, Pest control measures for fruits, Peach tree pests, Mango orchard pests, Tomato crop pests, Preventing fruit crop infestations, Invasive pests in fruit farming, Pesticides for fruit crops, Fruit tree health, Pest-resistant farming practices

In the realm of global fruit production, India ranks second only to China, and fruits play a vital role in fulfilling the nutritional needs of society while also providing employment opportunities, particularly in rural agricultural economies of developing countries such as India. The advent of Hi-tech Horticulture has led to a paradigm shift in fruit crop cultivation, and climatic changes and increased cropping intensity have resulted in a remarkable and rapid transformation of the fruit ecosystem. Unfortunately, this shift has also led to a rise in biotic stresses, such as those caused by insect, mite, and nematode pests.

The use of synthetic, poisonous chemical pesticides to protect fruit crops from insect pest devastation is a quick and easy solution, but it has significant drawbacks. Consequently, integrated approaches that incorporate cultural, mechanical, biological, and ecological management strategies in combination with safe and need-based pesticidal chemicals are necessary to combat this complex and pernicious problem.

This compilation represents an exhaustive effort to gather information about banned and withdrawn pesticides, as well as other relevant details such as the host range, distribution, marks of identification, mode of feeding, and symptoms of infestation for various pests. In addition, experts from various reputable institutes across India have contributed their knowledge on the bionomics of the pests, biological control measures, pesticide residue problems, and ways to mitigate these issues.

1. Pests of Mango Ecosystem and Their Integrated Management- Shyamal Kumar Sahoo, Uma Shankar Nayak and Atanu Maji,  2.  Insect Pests of Citrus and Their Management- Biswajit Patra, Rajesh Kumar and S. J. Prasanthi, 3.  Pests of Jackfruit and Their Management- Gobinda Roy, Nripendra Laskar and Samrat Saha, 4.  Pests of Banana and Their Management- T. Bharathimeena and Nripendra Laskar, 5.  Pests of Litchi and Their Management- Nithya Chandran and Riju Nath,  6.  Pests of Guava and Their Management- Atanu Seni, Jaydeep Halder and Samrat Saha, 7.  Pests of Pineapple and Their Management- Jagdish Jaba, Kalmesh Manganavi and Siva Kumar Golla,  8. Insect Pests of Pomegranate  and Their Management- P. Venkata Rao, Riju Nath and Adrish Dey,  9.  Pests of Papaya and Their Management- Nagendra Kumar, Anil Kumar and Riju Nath, 10.  Pests of Sapota and Their Sustainable Management- Jaydeep Halder and Atanu Seni, 11.  Pests of Amla and Their Management- Roshna Gazmer, Nripendra Laskar and Atanu Maji, 12.  Pests of Ber and Their Management- Suraj Sarkar and Puran Pokhrel, 13.  Pests of Grapes and Their Management- Romila Akoijam, Rachana R. R., Richa Varshney, Sandip Patra and Narendra Prakash,  14   Pests of Apple and Their Management- Tamoghna Saha, Nithya Chandran and Tarak Nath Goswami, 15.  Pests of Cashew Nut and Their Management- Amitava Banerjee and Biswanath Bandyopadhyay, 16.  Pests of Strawberry and Their Management- Rajesh Kumar and S.J. Prasanthi ,  17.  Pests of Temperate Fruit Crops and Their Management- G. Mahendiran, Shahid Ali Akbar and Mudasir Ahmad Dar, 18.  Mite Pests of Fruit Crops and Their Management- Pijush Kanti Sarkar and Debashis Roy, 19.  Nematode Pests of Fruit Crops and Their Management- Tushar Kanti Dutta,  20.  Conservation Biological Control Approaches in Orchard Ecosystems- Suprakash Pal and Biwash Gurung, 21. Pesticide Residue in Fruit Crops and its Management- Samrat Saha, Nripendra Laskar and Victor Phani

 
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