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Crop loss assessment and pest management

Crop loss assessment and pest management

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Published by American Phytopathological Society in St. Paul, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants, Protection of.,
  • Pests -- Control.,
  • Crop losses -- Measurement.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementedited by P.S. Teng.
    ContributionsTeng, P. S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB950 .C76 1987
    The Physical Object
    Pagination270 p. :
    Number of Pages270
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2412716M
    ISBN 100890540799
    LC Control Number87070150

    We are committed to Integrated Pest Management (IPM)—an economically viable, environmentally sound and socially acceptable approach to crop protection—as defined by the International Code of Conduct on Pesticide Management. It is the mission of our member companies to provide customers with safe and effective technologies to protect. Chapter 1. Integrated Pest Management 5 w IPM can save money. IPM can avoid crop loss caused by pests and prevent unnecessary pesticide expense. Applicators can save on pesticide costs because the need for control, rather than routine application triggered by the calendar, is the basis for applying pesticides. w IPM promotes a healthy Size: 1MB.

      Chiarappa, L. Crop Loss Assessment Methods. FAO Manual on Evaluation and Prevention of Losses by Pests, Disease and Weeds (Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, Buckinghamshire, UK, ). Cited by:   Explain the involvement of Wild Life (Protection) Act in pest management. Explain historical perspectives of pest control practices. Define a system. Define a model. explain the systems approach in pest management. Differentiate among various types of models. Describe damage mechanisms. Explain crop loss assessment with simulation : Exam Notifications.

    Sampling Insect Populations for Pest Management. Jim Barbour. University of Idaho, Parma R & E Center. assessment of the crop’s economic value. For crops, “Injury” is biological and “Damage” is From Orchard Pest Management: A Resource Book for the Pacific Northwest. Data obtained by sampling are crucial for decision making in crop loss assessment and pest management. Such data improve farmers' perceptions of the threat of pests and can, therefore, improve the quality of decision making in the practice of crop protection.


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A mechanistic approach to yield loss assessment based on crop physiology. The systems approach to pest management. The concept of thresholds: warning, action and damage thresholds. The role of predictive systems in disease management.

Economics of integrated pest control. Analysis of decision making in pest management. to the actual book Crop Loss Assessment And Pest Management(Hb ) as your good friend.

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Gaunt, R. A mechanistic approach to yield loss assessment based on crop physiology (, 28 ref.). The final chapters deal with pest management and selected case studies: Teng, P. The systems approach to pest management (   Dhawan AK, Simwat GS, Sidhu AS () Assessment of avoidable loss due to bollworm in cotton.

Indian J Pl Prot –85 Google Scholar Dhillon MK, Singh R, Naresh JS et al () The melon fruit fly, Bactrocera cucurbitae: A review of its biology and by: Apple JL () The integrated pest management concept and the role of crop loss assessment.

In: Teng PS, Krupa SV (eds). Assessment of losses which constrain production and crop improvement in agriculture and by: •Teng, P. (Edit) Crop Loss Assessment and Pest Management. APS Press. •Chiarappa, L. (Edit). Crop Loss Assessment Methods. FAO Manual on the evaluation and prevention of losses by pests, disease and weeds.

FAO-CAB. •Berbagai sumber di Internet dengan key word: Crop Loss Assessment Methods, dll. 4/24/ LSB AEIPM   To be clear the crops loss assessment focuses on the injuries each pest may cause.

These models enable pathologists or crop scientists to have a better view of the importance of pests and appreciate the yield losses they can cause. It also allows ranking of individual pests according to the yield losses they cause.

Crop loss assessment due to armyworm is also measured by assigning the score of pest infestation on the leaves with the help of standardized score charts. The number of grades of such score charts may vary from pest to pest for different crops; usually it indicates the percentage damaged area of the leaves (Dent, ).

total pest losses as calculated from regional loss potentials and actual loss rates (data based on estimates of monetary production losses in barley, cottonseed, maize, oilseed rape, potatoes, rice, soybean, cotton, sugar beet, tomatoes and wheat. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crop loss assessment and pest management.

Paul, Minn.: American Phytopathological Society, © Integrated Pest Management - (HH) Crop loss assessment methods. FAO manual on the evaluation and prevention of losses by pests, disease and weeds. The 3rd section gives special methods for assessment of losses in 84 crop/disease situations of which 4 are due to nematodes, namely Heterodera heterodera Subject Category: Organism NamesAuthor: L.

Chiarappa. Chapters in Edited Books. Citation: Teng, Paul P.S. “Crop Loss Assessment.” In Encyclopedia of Pest Management, edited by D. Pimental. New York: Taylor & Francis, Accessed Octo doi: /E-EPM Last updated on 19/12/ The term `pest' in this book is used in its broadest sense and includes insects, pathogens, weeds, nematodes, etc.

The book commences by outlining the basic principles which underlie pest control (crop husbandry, socio-economics, population ecology and population genetics) and reviews the control mesures available and their use in IPM systems.

An overview is given on different types of crop losses as well as on various methods of pest control developed during the last century. Estimates on potential and actual losses despite the current crop protection practices are given for wheat, rice, maize, potatoes, soybeans, and cotton for the period –03 on a regional basis (19 regions Cited by: Teng, P.

S Quantifying the relationship between disease intensity and yield loss. Crop loss assessment and pest management. Pp Moyo,c.c, I. M Benesi and V. Sandifolo, Current status of cassava and sweetpotato production and utilization in Malawi. The book deals with the present state and problems of integrated pest management as relating to stakeholder acceptance of IPM and how integrated pest management can become a sustainable practice.

The discussions include using less pesticides and the possibility of eliminating pesticides. Crop loss assessment is viewed as a prerequisite for pest management and suitable techniques have been evoloved for the estimation of losses caused by various pests on several crops (Chiarappa ; Pinstrup-Anderson et al.

In India there are scattered reports that refer to crop loss assessments on pigeonpea in different Size: 45KB. In book: Integrated Pest Management:principles and Practice, Edition:Publisher: CABI, pp A rapid loss-assessment method for.

Mus booduga Field mouse Crop. Specifying the relationship between pests and their host plants in terms of damage is one of the basic concepts of integrated pest management (IPM) programmes. The crop loss and economic injury level (EIL) of Tuta absoluta (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) were determined on different tomato cultivars using gain threshold (field experiment) and Author: Saeedeh Ghaderi, Yaghoub Fathipour, Shahriar Asgari, Gadi V.

P. Reddy.Pest Management in Agriculture. Vol. 2. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. pp. Causes of crop losses Direct crop losses caused by diseases and pests may be measured as the proportion of crop not sold. In addition to losses in yield and quality in the field and later during storage and transport,File Size: 93KB.Crop losses caused by pests, including rodents and birds, and by diseases and weeds, are defined, and previous studies reviewed.

Information about losses is needed to monitor the effects of pests and diseases on crop production, in individual countries and worldwide, important for food policy and economic reasons; to make decisions and allocate resources on the study, management and control Cited by: