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x, 333 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • IPM-general aspects
  • Entomopathogens-microbial pesticides
  • Botanical pesticides
  • Cultural control
  • Genetic techniques
  • Pheromones, attractants and repellents
  • Vector control
  • Others.
The farmers in developing countries are now renewing interest in approaches such as biological control, biopesticides and cultural practices to control insect pests. However, these non-chemical methods are not popularised among farmers in developing countries. These eco-friendly methods will play an important role in pest management in future, since they will bring about sustainable development. A systematic approach is required to develop and adapt the eco-friendly programmes for many crops and for today's production practices. This book deals with topics in the following areas: IPM General Aspects; Entomopathogens; Microbial Pesticides; Entomophages; Biological Control; Botanical Pesticides; Cultural Control Measures; Vector Control; Genetic Techniques; Attractants and Repellents.
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