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ISBN 9780367460174
February 18, 2021 Forthcoming by CRC Press
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The book entitled "Biopesticides in Organic Farming : Recent Advances", describes critically reviewed, key aspects of organic farming and provides a unique and timely science-based resource for researchers, teachers, extension workers, students, primary producers and others around the world. This book is intended to be a unique and indispensable resource that offers a diverse range of valuable information and perspectives on biopesticides in organic agriculture. It has chapters on each and every aspect related with biopesticides in organic farming which are compiled by researchers and eminent professors at various universities across the globe. The wide spectrum information in various chapters with the addition of the terms related to organic farming and concept statements is presented in very concise manner.

Features:

  • This book is designed, as per course curriculum of different universities offering courses on Organic Farming, for undergraduate and post graduate students, researchers, university professors and extension workers.
  • The first section provides, Overview of organic farming with special reference to biopesticides followed by the Principles of the applications of biopesticides in organic farming, Impact of Environmental factors on biopesticides in organic farming,
  • Pesticides Exposure Impacts on Health and Need of Biopesticides in Organic Farming, and Role of nutrients in the management of crop diseases through biopesticides.
  • The next section deals with the management of various crop diseases through biopesticides of bacterial, fungal, viral, and Insect sex hormone, Natural enemies and Integrated Pest Management,
  • Biotechnological Trends in Insect Pests Control Strategy, Challenges in the popularization of Biopesticides in organic farming, Certification process and standards of organic farming and Marketing and export potential of organic Products.
  • Information presented in an accessible way for students, professors, researchers, business innovators and entrepreneurs, management professionals and practitioners.

Table of Contents

Section 1: Overview of organic farming with special reference to biopesticides

Overview of organic farming with special reference to biopesticides
Prakruthi M, Mahesh M S

Section 2: The principles of the applications of biopesticides in organic farming

The principles of the application of biopesticides in organic farming
Surendra Dara

Section 3: Impact of Environmental factors on biopesticides in organic farming

Impact of Environmental factors on biopesticides in organic farming
Enespa, Ranjan Singh and Prem Chandra

Section 4: Opportunities and challenges in the application of biopesticides in organic farming

Opportunities and challenges in the application of biopesticides in organic farming
Rishabh Chitranshi, Ranjan Singh, Enespa, and Prem Chandra

Section 5: Strategies for Crop protection with biopesticides in organic farming

Impact of crop protection strategies with biopesticides in long sustainable organic agriculture
Sushree Suparna Mahapatra, Sudeepta Pattanayak, Siddhartha Das and L. P. Awasthi

Strategies for the application of biopesticides in crop protection
C. R. Patil and Shekarappa

Section 6: Pesticides exposure impacts on human health and need of biopesticides in organic farming

Pesticides exposure impacts on human health and need of biopesticides in organic farming
Muhammad Haroon Sarwar, Muhammad Farhan Sarwar, Muhammad Taimoor Khalid and Muhammad Sarwar

Section 7: Role of nutrients in the management of crop diseases through biopesticides

Microbial agents as biopesticides for nutrient management in Organic Agriculture
C. R. Patil, Shekarappa, Vittal Navi and Santosh G

Section 8: Management of the diseases of crops through bacterial Bio-pesticides

Bacillus thuringiensis: characterization of new strains and use as bioinsecticide to Spodopterafrugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in southern Brazil
Gabriela Cristina Alles1, Diouneia Lisiane Berlitz2,Vilmar Machado3,MaximianoCassal4,Lidia Mariana Fiuza5

Management of fungal diseases of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L)through plant growth promoting actinobacteria and their secondary metabolites
Subramaniam Gopalakrishnan, Vadlamudi Srinivas

The Role of Plant Growth Promoting bacteria in Sustainable Plant Disease Management
Younes Rezaee Danesh

Killing Bacteria as Agents of Insect Pests Control
Muhammad Sarwar

Biological control of pests using Bacillus thuringiensis
Jessica Araújo

Section 9: Management of the diseases of crops through fungal Bio-pesticides

Crop protection through fungal bio-pesticides – An endeavor of modern organic agriculture
Sudeepta Pattanayak,Siddhartha Das and Pradipta Banerjee

Management of the diseases vegetable crops through fungal Bio-pesticides
Pratibha Sharma

Section 10: Management of the diseases of crops through viral Bio-pesticides

Usage of Entomopathogenic Viruses for Insect Pests Control
Muhammad Sarwar and Roohi Aslam

Viral biopesticides: An ecofriendly nonchemical approach for the management for insect pests in crops
Meenakshi Devi

A modern weapon in organic agriculture - Management of crop diseases through viral Bio-pesticides
Upasana Mohapatra, Siddhartha Das, Sudeepta Pattanayak and L. P. Awasthi

Section 11: Management of the diseases of crops through algal Bio-pesticides

Crop disease control through application of algal Bio-pesticides – Alternate route map in organic farming
Sudeepta Pattanayak, Siddhartha Das and Gayatri Biswal

Section 12: Management of the diseases and pests of crops through protozoan Bio-pesticides

Entomopathogenic protozoa roles in the management of insect pest populations
Muhammad Sarwar

Protozoan Bio-pesticides: A new horizon in organic farming
Pradipta Banerjee, Siddhartha Das, Sudeepta Pattanayak and L.P. Awasthi

Section 13: Management of the diseases of crops through botanical Bio-pesticides

Management of Fungal Diseases of Crops through Plant Based Natural Products and Biopesticides
Deeksha Joshi, Monika Upadhyay and Raghvendra Tiwari

Management of fungal diseases of crop plants through biopesticides
B.Meena

Management of bacterial diseases of crops through plant-based natural biopesticides
Prem Chandra and Enespa

Management of Insect Pests of Cola nitida and C. acumunata Schott and Endl Nuts (Balanogastris kolae and Sophrorhinus spp (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) With Plant Based Natural Products
ASOGWA Evarestus Uche and TheophilusChinyere Nkasiobi Ndubuaku

Natural Plant Products as Potential Synthentic Insecticide Alternatives in Developing Countries of Tropical African Regions
ASOGWA Evarestus Uche and Theophilus Chinyere Nkasiobi Ndubuaku

Traditional way of store grain pest control through bio-pesticides
D.K. Kulkarni, R.B. Bhagat, S P Taware and P.V. Patil

Botanical pesticides for organic farming and sustainable agriculture
Abdul Jabbar Al-Rajab

Management of crop diseases through botanical bio-pesticides – an easiest arsenal of crop protection in organic agriculture
Siddhartha Das, Sudeepta Pattanayak, Pradipta Banerjee and L.P.Aawasthi

Section 14: Management of insect pests and diseases of crops through Bio-pesticides of Insect sex hormone

Management of insect pests causing diseases in crops through biopesticides of insect sex Hormones origin
Muhammad Sarwar

Management of the pest of crops through insect sex pheromones
Rajeev Kumar

Section 15: Management of the diseases of crops through Biotic biopesticides (Natural enemies) Biological control

Biological control of harmful forest insects: the biological efficiency of microbial insecticides and possibility of their application in forest ecosystems
Mara Tabakovic-Tosic

Role of natural enemies and bio-pesticides for sustainable management of major insect pests of legumes Jaba Jagdish

Conservative biological control: definitions, bases and practices
Simone Mundstock Jahnke

Management of Insect Pests of crops through Entomopathogenic Nematodes
Muhammad Sarwar

Biological pest control in different crops using Trichogramma pretiosum
Jessica Araújo

Biological control of Mite pests in organic farming
Hany M.El-Kawas

Section 16: Management of the diseases of crops through Parasitoids Bio-pesticides

Management of the diseases of crops through Parasitoids Bio-pesticides; family Eulophidae
Aparna Shree Singh

Management of Diatreae spp. through parasitoids
Fernando Belezini Vinha

Challenges in the applied use of parasitoids to control agricultural pests
Simone Mundstock Jahnke

Section 17: Management of the diseases of crops through Microbial Bio-pesticides

Microbial inoculants for insect pest management in organic agriculture
Shekarappa and C. R. Patil

Management of the diseases of crops through Microbial Bio-pesticides
Rafaela Cristina dos Santos

Quality control of fungal biocontrol agents with emphasis on Trichoderma
Domenico Pavone

Section 18: Integrated Insect pest Management (IPM),a noble biopesticidal approach

Integrated Insect pest Management in major legume crops
Jaba Jagdish

Integrated Insect Pest Management of economically important crops
Surendra Dara

IPM: concepts, practices and advances focused on organic crops
Katherine Girón

Integrated Pest Management against Arthropod Pests of Cannabis sativa in the United States of America
Matthew Russell Gates

Recent advances in the Integrated insect pest management strategies for controlling insect pest diseases at Morocco
ELAINI rachid

Section 19: Biopesticides Weapons against Agricultural Mite Pests

Biopesticides Weapons against Agricultural Mite Pests
Muhammad Sarwar

Section 20: Biotechnological Trends in Insect Pests Control Strategy

Biotechnological Trends in Insect Pests Control Strategy
Noreen Akram⃰ and Muhammad Sarwar

Section 21: Challenges in the popularization of Biopesticides in organic farming

Challenges in the popularization of Biopesticides in organic farming
Bugiani Riccardo Bariselli Massimo

Constraints and Challenges in Popularizing Biopesticides
Surendra Dara

Section 22: Certification process and standards of organic farming

Certification Process and Standards of organic farming
Prakruthi M, Mahesh M S, Shekhara Naik R

Section 23: Marketing and export potential of organic products

Marketing and export potential of the organic products
Meena Thakur and Enespa

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Editor(s)

Biography

Prof.(Dr.) L.P. Awasthi, Dean School of Agriculture, R N B Global University, Bikaner ,India, formerly Research Scientist/Professor, Amity University and Professor and .Head, Department of Plant Pathology, N.D. University of Agriculture & Technology, Faizabad (U.P.) India, is a distinguished Agriculture Scientist with a strong background in Molecular Plant Virology, Resistance breeding , IDM ,IPM ,Organic Agriculture and Mushroom production with proven ability to undertake independent or collaborative scientific studies as demonstrated by successfully completing 28 mega research projects ,funded by various International funding organizations. His professional experience includes more than 47 years of teaching and conducting research, published more than 350 research papers in foreign and Indian journals of repute, edited/authored six books, published number of popular articles, laboratory manuals and contributory chapters for different books, guided 77 M. Sc. (Ag.) and 35 Ph.D. Students and has been working as an Editor/ Referee in the editorial boards of many Indian and foreign journals of repute.

Professor Awasthi Visited Karl-Marx University, Leipzig, University of Berlin, Institute of Plant Pathology, Ascherslavan, and Haale University, Germany as a visiting professor for higher studies. He has been member in the Phytosanitary certificate issuing Authorities, Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture and cooperation, Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage, Government of India and presently special invited member in the State level Pest and Disease Surveillance Advisory Unit, Government of Uttar Pradesh. India. Prof. Awasthi has long been associated with many professional societies, was conferred Plant Pathology Leadership Award 2012, 2016 and 2019 by Indian Phytopathological Society, India, Outstanding Virologist award (2007) by International virological association for outstanding contribution, scientific excellence and distinguished services for the cause of Plant Pathological Research, Education and Technology dissemination, which has impacted Science of Plant Pathology in the country. He has been awarded for disseminating mushroom cultivation technologies to improve the socioeconomic conditions of farmers below poverty line and woman empowerment and also for the popularization of organic farming at farmer’s field.