Biointensive IPM for Commercial Crops

  • Title : Biointensive IPM for Commercial Crops
  • Author : Edited by Anil Kumar, Ingle Dipak Shyamrao and Sagar Tamang
  • ISBN 13 : 9788194748045
  • Year : 2021
  • MRP : Rs 2500
  • Selling Price : Rs 2050
  • Discount : 18%
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Insect pest problem rapidly increases in current scenario due to changing climatic condition, indiscriminate use of insecticides which lead to decrease biodiversity of natural enemies. There is a need of the hour to create awareness for promoting environmentally sustainable agriculture practices. The book, Bio-intensive IPM for commercial crops has been planned with ten chapters and the scope of each chapter has been specified by the author. BIPM as an approach of crop management, it is based on the integration of proactive and reactive strategies. These strategies help to minimize the dependence on chemical pesticides and aim at enhancing biodiversity.Contents: 1. Scope and Importance of Commercial Crops/Swati Saha, Tarak Nath Saha and Navnit Kumar. 2. Bio-intensive Integrated Pest Management/Anil Kumar and Suprakash Pal. 3. Bio-intensive Integrated Pest Management of Cotton/P. B. Jadhao and Ingle Dipak Shyamrao. 4. Bio-intensive Integrated Pest Management of Jute/Susanta Kumar Das and Ladu Kishore Rath. 5. Bio-intensive Integrated Pest Management of Sugarcane/Anil Kumar, Hari Chand and Chandreshwar Prasad Rai. 6. Bio-intensive Integrated Pest Management of Spodoptera litura in Sugarbeet/Santeshwari, Ingle Dipak Shyamrao, Varucha Mishra and Ashutosh Mall. 7. Bio-intensive Integrated Pest Management of Tea/Dhiraj Saha and Priyanka Rai. 8. Bio-intensive Integrated Pest Management of Coconut Trees/Sagar Tamang. 9. Biointensive Integrated Pest Management of Groundnut/Rupesh Gajbhiye and Abhinav Kumar. 10. Bio-intensive Integrated Pest Management of Rapeseed and Mustard/U. Mukherjee and Tanweer Alam. Insect pest problem rapidly increases in current scenario due to changing climatic condition, indiscriminate use of insecticides which lead to decrease biodiversity of natural enemies. There is a need of the hour to create awareness for promoting environmentally sustainable agriculture practices. The book, Bio-intensive IPM for commercial crops has been planned with ten chapters and the scope of each chapter has been specified by the author. BIPM as an approach of crop management, it is based on the integration of proactive and reactive strategies. These strategies help to minimize the dependence on chemical pesticides and aim at enhancing biodiversity.