Biopesticide & Integrated Pest Management

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APH Publishing, 2000 - Agricultural pests - 286 pages
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Contents

Chemical pesticides
1
Living creatures to control pest
3
Genetic engineering and resistant plant
11
Weeds for controlling pests
13
Multiple cropping for controlling pests
17
Plant as pesticides
19
A source of natural insecticides
21
Bael as a pesticide
27
Papaya as effective pesticide
107
Karanja as effective source of pesticide
109
Bena as important pesticide
111
The storehouse of pesticide and insecticide
115
Nata Karanj as pesticide
133
Mentha species to prevent brown rust
135
Bakarjam as insecticide and pesticide
141
Tulsi as insecticide and pesticide
145

Mustard as a pesticide
29
Pesticide from pepper
31
Cashew nut as source of pesticide
33
Castor as weapon against pests and insects
35
A wonder pesticide
37
The source of aromatic pesticide
41
Tea as insecticide
43
Citrenella as insecticide and pesticide
45
Coconut for preventing plant diseases
47
Citrus fruits for pest and insect control
49
Sitalphal to control pests and insects
51
Dhatura for preventing fungus and brown rust
53
Drum stick to prevent plant diseases
55
Garlic as pesticide and insecticide
57
Onion for plant diseases pesticide and insecticide
59
Mouri as pesticide
61
Methi as pesticide
63
Grape seed to prevent plant diseases
65
Groundnut for plant diseases
67
Guava as a source of pesticide
69
Ipomoea species for combating pest
71
Ratanjyot and Chandrajyot
73
Jowar for preventing plant diseases
75
Jute as effective pesticide
77
Kasamarda for plant diseases
79
Amaranth for preventing brown rust
81
Karabi for plant diseases and pesticide
83
Oleander as biopesticide and insecticide
85
Kurchi to prevent root knot
87
Bhindi for prevention of brown rust
89
Jaba kusum to prevent brown rust
91
Manasa for preventing of brown rust
93
Sthalpadma leaves to prevent brown rust
95
Lantana for acting against leaf miners
97
Mahua to treat plant diseases
99
Marigold for preventing plant diseases
101
Nirgundi as pesticide and insecticide
103
Nayantara for plant diseases
105
Tobacco as effective insecticide
147
Turmeric for plant diseases
151
Sultan champa as pesticide and fungicide
153
Kodipullu as insecticide and for plant diseases
155
Rohisa as source of insecticide
157
Camphor as effective insecticide
159
Palash as wormicide and pesticide
161
Supari as fungicide and antibacterial
163
Study on jhum cultivation
165
Integrated RiceDuck production
169
Trapping the red hairy caterpillar
173
Gender and integrated pest management
175
Sharing experience with smallholders of Pemba
181
Natural pest management in Zimbabwe
185
Sharing experience of Peru
191
Terraces of the Angami Nagas India
195
Termite control in Kenya
199
Participatory approach in Manipur India
205
Integrated pest management in China
207
Voluntary approahces in Ao Naga tradition
213
A feedback from Mali
217
The philosophy of IPM Learning
219
Women farmers and IPM in Vietnam
225
Practice and training of IPM in Bolivia
231
Examples from Brazil
235
Sharing experience of Costa Rica
237
Experience from Nicaragua
239
Stories from Chile
241
Lessons from Colombia
245
African model of effective IPM training
249
History of IPM
257
Scope of Integrated Pest Management
261
Impact of Integrated Pest Management
265
The political will
269
The Bureaucratic wheel
273
Bibliography
277
Index
281
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