Root Vegetable Crops
Economic importance and losses, symptoms/damage, pre-disposing factors, epidemiology, survival and spread, and biointensive integrated management of insect and mite pests, fungal, bacterial, viral/mycoplasma diseases, nematode pests, and disease complexes of root vegetable crops (radish, carrot, and beet root) using physical methods, cultural methods, botanical pesticides, chemical pesticides, bioagents, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, and host resistance are discussed.
KeywordsArbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungus Rhizoctonia Solani Beet Root Meloidogyne Incognita Neem Cake
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