Currently, interest in biological control plant disease has increased due to public concerns over the use of chemicals. This is mostly due to the promising features of the biological control agent’s contains potentially self-sustaining, spread on their own after initial establishment, reduced input of non renewable resources, and long-term disease suppression in an environmentally friendly manner. The book is helpful for farmers at large who can benefit from adopting the new technologies of disease management which will help them boost agricultural productivity. This book also serves as a resource for academicians, teachers and students in universities and institutes.
K. Narasimha Murthy
Dr. Narasimha Murthy K., currently working as Post Doctoral Fellow-UGC, at Department of Studies in Biotechnology, University of Mysore, Mysuru, Karnataka, India. Completed Master’s degree, B. Ed. and Ph. D. in Microbiology from Bangalore University. More than eight years of research experience in the field of plant pathology and photochemistry.
A. C. Udayashankar
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Eco-friendly management, Bacterial Wilt, Ralstonia solanacearum, biological control
SCIENCE / Microbiology