Botanical Pesticides in Agriculture by Vinra Publication
This content has been divided into seven chapters. The first chapter describes plant-based pesticides. The traditional applications of native plants as pesticide agents are introduced in the second chapter. The biotechnological approaches for the control of insect pests in crop plants have been described in the third chapter. Chapter fourth is devoted to the significance and importance of endocrine disrupters' investigation. The fifth chapter presents the evaluation of earthworms on natural and agricultural-livestock soils of the center of northern Litoral Santafesino, República Argentina. Sixth chapter reviews on potential biopesticide for controlling golden apple snail, pomace. The last chapter describes the advanced techniques for detecting pesticides. The successful use of pesticides around the world has been due to their excellent control of pets or nematodes in agriculture, medicine, household, and industry.
This book is Useful for Botany Students.
Table of Content:
Chapter 1 Plant-Based Pesticides: Green Environment with Special Reference to Silk Worms
Chapter 2 Plants as Potential Sources of Pesticidal Agents: A Review
Chapter 3 Biotechnological Approaches for the Control of Insect Pests in Crop Plants
Chapter 4 Endocrine Disrupting Pesticides
Chapter 5 Evaluation of Earthworms Present on Natural and Agricultural-Livestock Soils of the Center Northern Litoral Santafesino, República Argentina
Chapter 6 Neem Crude Extract as Potential Biopesticide for Controlling Golden Apple Snail, Pomacea canaliculata
Chapter 7 Evolution and Expectations of Enzymatic Biosensors for Pesticides.