Integrated Pest Management: strategies for onion and garlic
Onion (Allium cepa L.) and garlic (Allium sativum L.) are the most important Allium species cultivated worldwide and are used as vegetable and spice in our daily diet. These crops are widely cultivated for domestic consumption as well as for export purposes. They are attacked by many insect pests and diseases, which vary with region, season, and variety. This lowers the quality and yield, thereby increasing the cost of production and reduces export potential.
Integrated Pest Management: strategies for onion and garlic discusses methods and tools used to minimize the incidence and severity caused by diseases and insect pests. It also focuses on the symptoms of diseases caused by various pathogens.
Graduates/postgraduates/PhD scholars, scientists/teachers and extension workers on agriculture, progressive farmers, and onion & garlic industrialists.
Table of Contents
- Integrated Pest Management: key strategies
- Major Diseases and their Management
- Major Insect Pest and their Management
- Nematodes and Mites and their Management
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