2009

Integrated Pest Management: Innovation-Development Process

Volume 1

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-8991-6 (Print) 978-1-4020-8992-3 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIV

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    Pages 1-49

    Integrated Pest Management: A Global Overview of History, Programs and Adoption

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    Pages 51-81

    Integrated Pest Management: Concept, Opportunities and Challenges

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    Pages 83-87

    Pesticides and Pest Control

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    Pages 89-111

    Environmental and Economic Costs of the Application of Pesticides Primarily in the United States

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    Pages 113-129

    Economic and Ecological Externalities of Pesticide Use in India

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    Pages 131-162

    Advances in Crop Protection Practices for the Environmental Sustainability of Cropping Systems

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    Pages 163-181

    Keys to the Increased Use of Host Plant Resistance in Integrated Pest Management

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    Pages 183-206

    Biotechnological Interventions in Host Plant Resistance

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    Pages 207-239

    Biological Control and Integrated Pest Management

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    Pages 241-261

    Conventional and New Biological and Habitat Interventions for Integrated Pest Management Systems: Review and Case Studies using Eldana saccharina Walker(Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)

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    Pages 263-315

    Behavior-Modifying Strategies in IPM: Theory and Practice

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    Pages 317-329

    Botanicals in Pest Management: Current Status and Future Perspectives

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    Pages 331-350

    Insect Outbreaks and Their Management

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    Pages 351-368

    Plant Disease Epidemiology and Disease Management – Has Science Had an Impact on Practice?

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    Pages 369-389

    Integrated Disease Management: Concepts and Practices

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    Pages 391-498

    When Is a Rice Insect a Pest: Yield Loss and the Green Revolution

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    Pages 499-541

    Changing Trends in Cotton Pest Management

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    Pages 543-573

    Non Pesticidal Management: Learning from Experiences

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    Pages 575-597

    IPM Programs in Vegetable Crops in Australia and USA: Current Status and Emerging Trends

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    Pages 599-629

    Integrated Pest Management in Fruits – Theory and Practice

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