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M.S. Reddy,Y.R. Sharma,K.R.K. Reddy,S. D. Desai,V.K. Rao,A.R. Podile,R.Z. Sayed,B.C. Reddy,J.W. Kloepper

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Item Description: Scientific Publishers, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Today, many economically important agricultural, horticultural and ornamental crop plants are attacked by various soil borne and foliar diseases, resulting in billions of dollars in crop losses. Currently, the most widely used disease management strategy is the use of chemical fungicides. However, the use of these fungicides has encountered problems, such as development of resistance by pathogen to fungicides and rapid degradation of the chemicals. Other factors leading to increased interest in alternatives include the increasing cost of soil fumigation, lack of suitable replacements for methyl bromide and public concerns over exposure to fungicides. Both the agriculture and agri-food sector are now expected to move toward environmentally sustainable development, while maintaining productivity. These concerns and expectations have led to renewed interest on the use of ?biologically based pest management strategies? The green revolution of agriculture brought an enormous increase in food production. It not only made the world self sufficient in food but also gave the world?s scientists and farmers an immense amount of self-respect. Though the green revolution did increase food production, the productivity levels have remained low and increase was achieved at a cost of intensive use of water, fertilizer and other inputs which have caused problems of soil salinity, ground water pollution, nutrient imbalances, emergence of new pest and diseases and environmental degradation. Contents: Section I - INVITED LECTURES 1 PGPRs in crop production systems - M. S. Reddy, et al 2 Isolation and characterization of PSIRB as biofertilizer and biopesticide in improving the plant health of tomato - S. R. Niranjana, et al 3 Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPRs) used as bioinoculants for increasing productivity and disease management of MAPs - Mansoor Alam et al 4 Integrated disease management in jute and allied fiber crops with PGPR based bio-inoculants and bio-regulators consortium - Anuradha Bandopadhyay et al 5 Phosphate solubilization mechanisms of Aspergillus tubingensis, a plant growth promoting fungus - M. Sudhakara Reddy, et al 6 Use of bio-fertilizer: A key to sustainable agriculture in India - Kakali Majumdar 7 Biocontrol potential of siderophore producing PGPR - R. Z. Sayyed, et al 8 Application of Bacillus-mediated induced systemic resistance against multiple plant pathogens and its mode of actions - Kyungseok Park, et al 9 Bio-active secondary metabolites from PGPR and botanicals - S. Gopalakrishnan, et al 10 Mechanisms of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria against soil borne pathogens of Coleus and Ashwagandha - S. B. Mallesh and S. Lingaraju 11 Cloning of genes involved in siderophore biosynthesis in Pseudomonas mediterranea G229-21T - Binghai Du, et al 12 Plant growth promotional and biocontrol potential of Fluorescent Pseudomonads from western ghat regions of Karnataka -A. R. Alagawadi, et al 13 Evaluation of Bacillus spp. from rainfed agro-ecosystems for plant growth promotion of Sorghum and Pigeonpea - Mir Hasan Ahmed 14 Diversity of PGPR associated with the saline coastal ecosystems and their beneficial roles in sustainable agriculture - V. R. Prabavathy and Sudha Nair Section - II. PGPR APPLICATIONS IN CROPS 1 Evaluation of bacilli and Fluorescent Pseudomonads isolated from the rhizosphere and roots of Theobroma cacao L. for biological control of Phytophthora palmivora - Litty Thomas, et al 2 Isolation and functional characterization of potential plant growth promoting Fluorescent Pseudomonads from the cocoa roots and rhizosphere - Litty Thomas, et al 3 In vitro antagonism studies of rhizospheric Fluorescent Pseudomonads of coconut against Ganoderma sp. and Thielaviopsis paradoxa, fungal pathogens of coconut - Chandu Mohan, et al 4 Screening of Fluorescent Pseudomonads from rhizosphere Printed Pages: 624. Bookseller Inventory # 65955

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M.S. Reddy,Y.R. Sharma,K.R.K. Reddy,S. D. Desai,V.K. Rao,A.R. Podile,R.Z. Sayed,B.C. Reddy,J.W. Kloepper

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Item Description: Scientific Publishers, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Today, many economically important agricultural, horticultural and ornamental crop plants are attacked by various soil borne and foliar diseases, resulting in billions of dollars in crop losses. Currently, the most widely used disease management strategy is the use of chemical fungicides. However, the use of these fungicides has encountered problems, such as development of resistance by pathogen to fungicides and rapid degradation of the chemicals. Other factors leading to increased interest in alternatives include the increasing cost of soil fumigation, lack of suitable replacements for methyl bromide and public concerns over exposure to fungicides. Both the agriculture and agri-food sector are now expected to move toward environmentally sustainable development, while maintaining productivity. These concerns and expectations have led to renewed interest on the use of “biologically based pest management strategies”. The green revolution of agriculture brought an enormous increase in food production. It not only made the world self sufficient in food but also gave the world’s scientists and farmers an immense amount of self-respect. Though the green revolution did increase food production, the productivity levels have remained low and increase was achieved at a cost of intensive use of water, fertilizer and other inputs which have caused problems of soil salinity, ground water pollution, nutrient imbalances, emergence of new pest and diseases and environmental degradation. Contents: Section I - INVITED LECTURES 1 PGPRs in crop production systems - M. S. Reddy, et al 2 Isolation and characterization of PSIRB as biofertilizer and biopesticide in improving the plant health of tomato - S. R. Niranjana, et al 3 Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPRs) used as bioinoculants for increasing productivity and disease management of MAPs - Mansoor Alam et al 4 Integrated disease management in jute and allied fiber crops with PGPR based bio-inoculants and bio-regulators consortium - Anuradha Bandopadhyay et al 5 Phosphate solubilization mechanisms of Aspergillus tubingensis, a plant growth promoting fungus - M. Sudhakara Reddy, et al 6 Use of bio-fertilizer: A key to sustainable agriculture in India - Kakali Majumdar 7 Biocontrol potential of siderophore producing PGPR - R. Z. Sayyed, et al 8 Application of Bacillus-mediated induced systemic resistance against multiple plant pathogens and its mode of actions - Kyungseok Park, et al 9 Bio-active secondary metabolites from PGPR and botanicals - S. Gopalakrishnan, et al 10 Mechanisms of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria against soil borne pathogens of Coleus and Ashwagandha - S. B. Mallesh and S. Lingaraju 11 Cloning of genes involved in siderophore biosynthesis in Pseudomonas mediterranea G229-21T - Binghai Du, et al 12 Plant growth promotional and biocontrol potential of Fluorescent Pseudomonads from western ghat regions of Karnataka -A. R. Alagawadi, et al 13 Evaluation of Bacillus spp. from rainfed agro-ecosystems for plant growth promotion of Sorghum and Pigeonpea - Mir Hasan Ahmed 14 Diversity of PGPR associated with the saline coastal ecosystems and their beneficial roles in sustainable agriculture - V. R. Prabavathy and Sudha Nair Section - II. PGPR APPLICATIONS IN CROPS 1 Evaluation of bacilli and Fluorescent Pseudomonads isolated from the rhizosphere and roots of Theobroma cacao L. for biological control of Phytophthora palmivora - Litty Thomas, et al 2 Isolation and functional characterization of potential plant growth promoting Fluorescent Pseudomonads from the cocoa roots and rhizosphere - Litty Thomas, et al 3 In vitro antagonism studies of rhizospheric Fluorescent Pseudomonads of coconut against Ganoderma sp. and Thielaviopsis paradoxa, fungal pathogens of coconut - Chandu Mohan, et al 4 Screening of Fluorescent Pseudomonads from rhizosphere Printed Pages: 624. Bookseller Inventory # 65955

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Item Description: Scientific Publishers, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Today, many economically important agricultural, horticultural and ornamental crop plants are attacked by various soil borne and foliar diseases, resulting in billions of dollars in crop losses. Currently, the most widely used disease management strategy is the use of chemical fungicides. However, the use of these fungicides has encountered problems, such as development of resistance by pathogen to fungicides and rapid degradation of the chemicals. Other factors leading to increased interest in alternatives include the increasing cost of soil fumigation, lack of suitable replacements for methyl bromide and public concerns over exposure to fungicides. Both the agriculture and agri-food sector are now expected to move toward environmentally sustainable development, while maintaining productivity. These concerns and expectations have led to renewed interest on the use of “biologically based pest management strategies”. The green revolution of agriculture brought an enormous increase in food production. It not only made the world self sufficient in food but also gave the world’s scientists and farmers an immense amount of self-respect. Though the green revolution did increase food production, the productivity levels have remained low and increase was achieved at a cost of intensive use of water, fertilizer and other inputs which have caused problems of soil salinity, ground water pollution, nutrient imbalances, emergence of new pest and diseases and environmental degradation. Contents: Section I - INVITED LECTURES 1 PGPRs in crop production systems - M. S. Reddy, et al 2 Isolation and characterization of PSIRB as biofertilizer and biopesticide in improving the plant health of tomato - S. R. Niranjana, et al 3 Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPRs) used as bioinoculants for increasing productivity and disease management of MAPs - Mansoor Alam et al 4 Integrated disease management in jute and allied fiber crops with PGPR based bio-inoculants and bio-regulators consortium - Anuradha Bandopadhyay et al 5 Phosphate solubilization mechanisms of Aspergillus tubingensis, a plant growth promoting fungus - M. Sudhakara Reddy, et al 6 Use of bio-fertilizer: A key to sustainable agriculture in India - Kakali Majumdar 7 Biocontrol potential of siderophore producing PGPR - R. Z. Sayyed, et al 8 Application of Bacillus-mediated induced systemic resistance against multiple plant pathogens and its mode of actions - Kyungseok Park, et al 9 Bio-active secondary metabolites from PGPR and botanicals - S. Gopalakrishnan, et al 10 Mechanisms of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria against soil borne pathogens of Coleus and Ashwagandha - S. B. Mallesh and S. Lingaraju 11 Cloning of genes involved in siderophore biosynthesis in Pseudomonas mediterranea G229-21T - Binghai Du, et al 12 Plant growth promotional and biocontrol potential of Fluorescent Pseudomonads from western ghat regions of Karnataka -A. R. Alagawadi, et al 13 Evaluation of Bacillus spp. from rainfed agro-ecosystems for plant growth promotion of Sorghum and Pigeonpea - Mir Hasan Ahmed 14 Diversity of PGPR associated with the saline coastal ecosystems and their beneficial roles in sustainable agriculture - V. R. Prabavathy and Sudha Nair Section - II. PGPR APPLICATIONS IN CROPS 1 Evaluation of bacilli and Fluorescent Pseudomonads isolated from the rhizosphere and roots of Theobroma cacao L. for biological control of Phytophthora palmivora - Litty Thomas, et al 2 Isolation and functional characterization of potential plant growth promoting Fluorescent Pseudomonads from the cocoa roots and rhizosphere - Litty Thomas, et al 3 In vitro antagonism studies of rhizospheric Fluorescent Pseudomonads of coconut against Ganoderma sp. and Thielaviopsis paradoxa, fungal pathogens of coconut - Chandu Mohan, et al 4 Screening of Fluorescent Pseudomonads from rhizosphere Printed Pages: 624. Bookseller Inventory # 65955

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