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Biological agents for plant protection

Biological agents for plant protection

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Published by available from Agricultural Research Service? in [Beltsville, Md.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pests -- Biological control.,
  • Pests -- Integrated control.,
  • Insect pests -- Biological control.,
  • Weeds -- Biological control.,
  • Plants, Protection of.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[edited by] E.M. Shumakov, G.V. Gusev, and N.S. Fedorinchik ; translated from the Russian by Ruth L. Busbey.
    ContributionsShumakov, E. M., Gusev, G. V., Fedorinchik, N. S.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination490 p. :
    Number of Pages490
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15552626M

    Biological Method of Plant Protection from pests and diseases, the use of interspecies and intraspecies relationships within biocenoses and of the biological characteristics of their members (components) for the purpose of controlling the number and destructiveness of organisms that damage agricultural crops. Biological control (biocontrol) can be defined as the deliberate use of living organisms (control agents) to suppress unwanted organisms (pests). It is generally recognised as one of the most environmentally sound and sustainable methods of controlling pests (pathogens, invertebrates, or weeds), but has a mixed history of success.

    PRINCIPLES OF PLANT PROTECTION 3() Objective: To acquaint the students with the principles of plant protection. Theory: Introduction: Importance and scope. Methods of plant protection (Cultural, Mechanical, Physical, Biological, Ecological, Reproductive, Legislative & Chemical Control). Pesticide equipments. Size: KB. Advances and Avenues in the Development of Novel Carriers for Bioactives and Biological Agents provides sound data on the utility of biological and plant-based drugs and describes challenges faced in all aspects offering indispensable strategies to use in the development of bioactive medicines. Bioactive based medications are commonly used.

      Evaluation of Biotic Agents for Biological Control Potential Evaluation of Abiotic Agents for Biological Control Potential Methods of Application of Formulated Products of Biological Control Agents Integration of Biological Control with Other Management Practices References Author: Perumal Narayanasamy.   Title: Biological control in Plant protection, Author: virgiulloac, Name: Biological control in Plant protection, Length: pages, Page: 1, Published: Biological agents for the.


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