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Natural Products in Plant Pest Management - 
      Nawal Kishore Dubey
    
      Nawal Kishore Dubey
    
      Nawal Kishore Dubey
    
      Santos Mila
    
      Sanath Hettiarachi
    
      R N Kharwar
    
      Moshe Kostyukovsky
    
      Sonia Marín
    
      D. Olufolaji
    
      Roman Pavela
    
      Maria Porras
    
      J. Pretorius
    
      Larisa Sheherbakova
    
      K. Raveesha
    
      H.N. Verma

Natural Products in Plant Pest Management

; Nawal Kishore Dubey (Redaktør) ; Nawal Kishore Dubey (Redaktør) ; Santos Mila (Innledning) ; Sanath Hettiarachi (Innledning) ; R N Kharwar (Innledning) ; Moshe Kostyukovsky (Innledning) ; Sonia Marín (Innledning) ; D. Olufolaji (Innledning) ; Roman Pavela (Innledning) ; Maria Porras (Innledning) ; J. Pretorius (Innledning) ; Larisa Sheherbakova (Innledning) ; K. Raveesha (Innledning) ; H.N. Verma (Innledning)

Overzealous and indiscriminate use of many synthetic pesticides during recent decades in the control of plant pests has resulted in a number of environmental and toxicological problems. Reducing the release of synthetic chemicals into the environment requires that alternative sources of chemicals are developed that can be used safely in the management of plant pests. Les mer
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Overzealous and indiscriminate use of many synthetic pesticides during recent decades in the control of plant pests has resulted in a number of environmental and toxicological problems. Reducing the release of synthetic chemicals into the environment requires that alternative sources of chemicals are developed that can be used safely in the management of plant pests. Botanical antimicrobials derived from plants are currently recognised as biodegradable, systemic, eco-friendly and non-toxic to mammals and are thus considered safe. Their modes of action against pests are diverse. Natural compounds are well suited to organic food production in industrialised countries and can play greater roles in the protection of food crops in developing countries Some plant based antimicrobials (e.g. neem products, pyrethoids and essential oils) are already used to manage pest populations on a large scale. Plant scientists and agriculturists now devote significant attention to discovery and further development and formulation of novel plant products with antimicrobial activity.This book is the first to bring together relevant aspects of the basic and applied sciences of natural pesticides and discussed modern trends in the use of natural products in pest management.
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Forlag: CABI Publishing
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 312
ISBN: 9781845936716
Format: 24 x 17 cm
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1: Global Scenario on Application of Natural Products in Integrated Pest Management Programme 2: Plant Products in Control of Mycotoxins and Mycotoxigenic Fungi on Food Commodities 3: Natural Products from Plants: Commercial Prospects in Terms of Antimicrobial, Herbicidal and Bio-stimulatory Activities in an Integrated Pest Management System 4: Antimicrobials of Plant Origin to Prevent Biodeterioration of Grains 5: Some Natural Proteinaceous and Polyketide Compounds in Plant Protection and their Potential in Green Consumerisation 6: Natural Products as Allelo-Chemicals in Pest Management 7: Potency of Plant Products in Control of Virus Diseases of Plants 8: Phytochemicals as Natural Fumigants and Contact Insecticides Against Stored Product Insects 9: Prospectives of Large Scale Use of Natural Products as Alternatives to Synthetic Pesticides in Developing Countries 10: Current Status of Natural Products in Pest Management with Special Reference to Brassica carinata as Biofumigant 11: Fungal Endophytes: An Alternative Mycomines for Bioactive Compounds for Plant Protection 12: Suppressive Effects of Compost Tea on Phytopathogens 13: Biotechnology: A Tool for Natural Product Synthesis"
Nawal Kishore Dubey is a Professor of Botany at Banaras Hindu University, India.