Best Reference Books – Pest Management in Horticultural Crops

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

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1. “Insect Mite and Vertebrate Pests and Their Management in Horticultural Crops” by P Parvatha Reddy

“Insect Mite and Vertebrate Pests and Their Management in Horticultural Crops” Book Review: This book acts as a guide for practicing farmers of horticultural crops. It can also be helpful for policy makers, research and extension workers as well as students. The book can also be used as a reference for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It provides information about pests in the horticultural crops as well as deals with geographical distribution, damage, host range, biology, predisposing factors and management of insects. The book is illustrated with photographs helping the reader learn better.

2. “Fungal Diseases and Their Management in Horticultural Crops” by P Parvatha Reddy

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“Fungal Diseases and Their Management in Horticultural Crops” Book Review: This book discusses about fungal diseases of horticultural crops. It also describes geographical distribution, symptoms, host range, life cycle, spread, survival and management of fungal diseases in horticultural crops. The book is presented illustrative photographs helping students learn better. This book is mainly designed for practicing farmers and can also be useful for undergraduate as well as post graduate students.

3. “Advances In Integrated Pest And Disease Management In Horticultural Crops, Volume 4: Plantation And Spice Crops” by Reddy P Parvatha
4. “Advances In Integrated Pest And Disease Management In Horticultural Crops, Volume 3: Ornamental, Medicinal, Aromatic And Tuber Crops” by Reddy P Parvatha

“Advances In Integrated Pest And Disease Management In Horticultural Crops, Volume 3: Ornamental, Medicinal, Aromatic And Tuber Crops” Book Review: This book describes several factors which are responsible for lower productivity of ornamental, medicinal, aromatic and tuber crops, pests. It deals with the aspects relating to regulatory, physical, cultural, chemical, biological, host plant resistance and Integrated methods.

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5. “Advances In Integrated Pest And Disease Management In Horticultural Crops (Vol. 3: Ornamental, Medicinal, Aromatic and Tuber Crops)” by P Parvatha Reddy

“Advances In Integrated Pest And Disease Management In Horticultural Crops (Vol. 3: Ornamental, Medicinal, Aromatic and Tuber Crops)” Book Review: This book includes different factors which are responsible for lower productivity of ornamental, medicinal, aromatic and tuber crops, pests. It covers the aspects relating to regulatory, physical, cultural, chemical, biological, host plant resistance and Integrated methods.

6. “Advances In Integrated Pest And Disease Management In Horticultural Crops (Vol. 2: Vegetable Crops)” by P Parvatha Reddy
7. “Advances In Integrated Pest And Diseases Management In Horticultural Crops (Vol. 1: Fruit Crops)” by P Parvatha Reddy
8. “Handbook Of Horticulture” by Chadha K L

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“Handbook Of Horticulture” Book Review: This book is mainly designed for people involved in horticulture, horticulture students as well as people interested in horticulture. It includes topics like general horticulture, fruit crops, vegetable crops, potato, tropical tuber crops and mushrooms as well. The book also presents disease and pest management, postharvest management as well as horticultural data.

9. “Integrated Pest Management in the Global Aren” by Karim Maredia and David Mota-Sanchez

“Integrated Pest Management in the Global Arena” Book Review: This book includes experiences and case studies of integrated pest management (IPM) from different developed and developing countries. It covers various topics like emerging issues in IPM, such as biotechnology, pesticide policies and socio-economic considerations. The book includes different country experiences including Africa, Asia, North and South America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

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10. “Insects and Pest Management in Australian Agriculture” by Tim R New

“Insects and Pest Management in Australian Agriculture” Book Review: This book includes problems caused by insects and pests in Australian agriculture. It also covers the use of insects to combat pests like weeds. The book discusses examples and reflects traditional and recent developments associated with pest management in Australia. It also presents suggestions with recent references in a comprehensive way, which helps the reader a lot. The book is mainly designed for applied entomologists, researchers, students as well as agriculturists.

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