Best Reference Books – Diseases of Field Crops and their Management

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Diseases of Field Crops and Their Management subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Diseases of Field Crops and Their Management along with reviews.

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1. “Diseases of Field Crops and their Management” by Manoj Kumar Kalita

“Diseases of Field Crops and their Management” Book Review: This book is designed for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students.It has the information about the diseases of seventeen field crops based on the available literature.The following facts are discussed in the book like the importance of economic; losses due to the disease, symptoms, etiology, disease cycle, factors factors favourable and management of most of the plant diseases. Where you get the clarity about the diseases. The major diseases as of considered now are discussed elaborately as compared to the minor diseases.

2. “Diseases of Field Crops and their Management” by S C Dubey and Aggarwal

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“Diseases of Field Crops and their Management” Book Review: This book is designed for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students.It has the information about the diseases of seventeen field crops based on the available literature.The following facts are discussed in the book like the importance of economic; losses due to the disease, symptoms, etiology, disease cycle, factors factors favourable and management of most of the plant diseases. Where you get the clarity about the diseases. The major diseases as of considered now are discussed elaborately as compared to the minor diseases.

3. “DISEASES OF FIELD CROPS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT” by THIND T S

“DISEASES OF FIELD CROPS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT” Book Review: This book is designed for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students.It has the information about the diseases of seventeen field crops based on the available literature.The following facts are discussed in the book like the importance of economic; losses due to the disease, symptoms, etiology, disease cycle, factors factors favourable and management of most of the plant diseases. Where you get the clarity about the diseases. The major diseases as of considered now are discussed elaborately as compared to the minor diseases.

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4. “SEEDBORNE DISEASES OF FIELD CROPS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT” by M S and GAUR
5. “Diseases of Field Crops and Their Management” by Tarlochan S Thind

“Diseases of Field Crops and Their Management” Book Review: This book is designed for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students.It has the information about the diseases of seventeen field crops based on the available literature.The following facts are discussed in the book like the importance of economic; losses due to the disease, symptoms, etiology, disease cycle, factors factors favourable and management of most of the plant diseases. Where you get the clarity about the diseases. The major diseases as of considered now are discussed elaborately as compared to the minor diseases.

6. “Productive Plant Husbandry – Including Plant Propagation, Plant Breeding, Soils, Field Crops, Gardening, Fruit Growing, Forestry, Insects, Plant Diseases and Farm Management” by Kary Cadmus Davis

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“Productive Plant Husbandry – Including Plant Propagation, Plant Breeding, Soils, Field Crops, Gardening, Fruit Growing, Forestry, Insects, Plant Diseases and Farm Management” Book Review: This book is designed for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students. This book contains a detailed course in productive plant husbandry. It includes information and exercises on plant propagation, plant breeding. It also contains soils, field crops, gardening, fruit growing, forestry, insects, plant diseases and farm management. This book includes Plant Life, Flowers – Seed Production, Principles of Breeding. It also includes Application of Principles to Farm Crops, Farm and Garden Seed, Propagation of Plants by Division. It consists of Soils and Their Uses, Water in Soils, Conservation and Improvement of Soils, Drainage and Irrigation, etcetera.

7. “Insect Pest Management: Field and Protected Crops” by Isaac Ishaaya and A Rami Horowitz

“Insect Pest Management: Field and Protected Crops” book Review :This book is designed for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students. It gives us an overview on general topics in pest management, i.e., the efficacy and selectivity of new biorational insecticides such as insect growth regulators, avermectins, the neonicotinoid insecticides, and the ecology of insect pests and relevance to pest management. There are some chapters dedicated to transgenic crops, their usefulness and the problems which have emerged during their implementation. Advances in pest management of important crops such as cotton-in developed and less developed countries-corn, oilseed rape and vaious vegetables are dealt with in detail.

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8. “Pest and Disease Management Handbook” by David V Alford
9. “Advisory Work in Crop Pest and Disease Management (Crop Protection Monographs)” by Z Arenstein and R Ausher

“Advisory Work in Crop Pest and Disease Management (Crop Protection Monographs)” Book Review : This book explains that Advisory work, by its very nature, is an intermediary between the research worker and those who apply the results of his research. Nowhere is this challenge greater than in farming. This is especially true in developing countries, where the gap in the educational level between research workers and farmers may be extremely wide. Moreover, village-level advisers are worried with non-professional functions and are not sufficiently backed up by well-trained professional advisers. Advisory work in crop protection is no exception, but profits to some extent from facts.

10. “Basic Research for Crop Disease Management” by P Vidhyasekaran

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“Basic Research for Crop Disease Management” Book Review: This book has a Basic Research for Crop Disease Management .The Most Fascinating Field Of Plant Pathology is that Plants Have Their Own Built In Defence Mechanisms Against Almost All Microorganisms,whereas only in A Few Cases .The Pathogen Overcome The Defence Barrier With Their Offensive Chemicals AndCause Diseases. It seems as a battle with them and Plants Lose The Battle. If The Mystery Of Disease Resistance Is Unraveled, Scientists Can Engineer Plants To Win The Battle Even When The Pathogens Have An Array Of Offensive Chemicals.

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