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The scientific principles of plant protection with special reference to chemical control

Hubert Martin

The scientific principles of plant protection with special reference to chemical control

by Hubert Martin

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Published by E. Arnold & co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fungicides,
  • Insecticides

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPlant protection.
    Statementby Hubert Martin
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB951 M38s, 1940
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 385 p.
    Number of Pages385
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25265076M
    LC Control Number41000100

    REFERENCES All EPPO guidelines on good plant protection practice refer to the following general guideline: OEPP/EPPO () EPPO Standard PP 2/1(1) Guideline on good plant protection practice: principles of good plant protection practice. Bulletin OEPP/EPPO examples of active substances which can be used for chemical control are mentioned. The latest applications of physiologic principles to the solution of agricultural and horticultural problems involve the use of synthetic hormones to stimulate rooting of cuttings, to effect blossom thinning in fruit production, to prevent pre-harvest fruit drop, to produce seedless fruit, to achieve control of weeds, to break as well as to prolong dormancy, and to bring about other.

    Biological control history, principles of biological control, parasitism, predation, uses in pest control are covered. (9) Training, research and seminars Seminar in Plant Protection Department approval The course is intended to expose different aspects of plant protection, and proper way of using the library. Chapter 5 (Page no: ) Rodent control methods: non-chemical and non-lethal chemical, with special reference to food stores. This chapter describes several non-chemical and non-lethal chemical methods for rodent control, highlighting the effectiveness of these methods to achieve the following objectives: prevent and reduce immigation of rodents; forcing rodents to .

    The plant science is also not devoid of this important science. The transgenic plants and GMO's are important in the plant science. In the last chapter, role of biotechnology has been discussed in reference to the plant protection and its role in producing a crop organically. Plants use the same biological processes and biochemistry as microbes and animals. Yet plants are unique because they mix the sunlight’s energy with chemicals for growth. This process of photosynthesis makes the world’s supply of food and energy.; Plants require certain inorganic elements from soil for growth. Plants play an essential role in the circulation of these nutrients .


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