Pesticide Interactions in Crop Production

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Pesticide Interactions in Crop Production: Beneficial and Deleterious Effects evaluates the effects of pesticides on plants by exploring the physical, chemical, biological, and ecological interactions of pesticides that influence a crop. The effects of pesticides on the environment and on the crop pests themselves are considered as well. Specific topics addressed include iatrogenic responses, the fate of pesticides applied to cereals under field conditions, the persistance of pesticides on target crops, the ...
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Overview

Pesticide Interactions in Crop Production: Beneficial and Deleterious Effects evaluates the effects of pesticides on plants by exploring the physical, chemical, biological, and ecological interactions of pesticides that influence a crop. The effects of pesticides on the environment and on the crop pests themselves are considered as well. Specific topics addressed include iatrogenic responses, the fate of pesticides applied to cereals under field conditions, the persistance of pesticides on target crops, the effect of pesticides on soil symbionts, and the role of ecological agriculture on conventional and organic cropping systems.

Pesticide Interactions in Crop Production: Beneficial and Deleterious Effects will be an important volume for agriculturalists, phytologists, mycologists, soil biologists, plant pathologists, tropical ecologists, arboriculturalists, and other researchers interested in the effects of pesticides on crops and soil.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780849363399
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 4/1/1993
  • Pages: 592

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Pesticide Interactions in Crop Production 3
Ch. 2 Herbicide Effects on Plant Structure, Physiology, and Biochemistry 13
Ch. 3 The Role of Pesticides on Host Allelopathy and Their Effects On Allelopathic Compounds 37
Ch. 4 Fate of Pesticides Applied to Cereals Under Field Conditions 59
Ch. 5 Computer Simulation Modeling of Pesticide Fate 87
Ch. 6 Interactions of Herbicides and Other Agrochemicals in Plants: Interactions in Mixtures with other Herbicides and with Safeners Fungicides, Insecticides, and Nematodes 113
Ch. 7 Herbicide Persistence and Movement in Australian Soils: Implications for Agriculture 133
Ch. 8 The Fungicide Resistance Problem: Current Status and Role of Systemics 163
Ch. 9 The Effect of Herbicides and Fungicides on Legume-Rhizobium Symbiosis 183
Ch. 10 Influence of Pesticides on VA Mycorrhiza 213
Ch. 11 The Influence of Fungicides on Soil Mycoflora with Special Attention to Tests of Fungicide Effects on Soil-Borne Pathogens 227
Ch. 12 Interactions of the Herbicides Glyphosate and Glufosinate (Phosphinothricin) with the Soil Microflora 245
Ch. 13 Iatrogenic Effects of Pesticides on Plant Disease - An Update and Overview 269
Ch. 14 Mechanisms Involved in Non-Target Effects of Pesticides on Soil-Borne Pathogens 281
Ch. 15 Interactions of Pesticides with Diseases of Vegetables 303
Ch. 16 Pesticide-Pathogen Interactions in Plant Disease 315
Ch. 17 Influence of Nematicides on Nematode Pathogens and their Host Plants 335
Ch. 18 Agrochemical Damage to Crop Plants 355
Ch. 19 The Role of Safeners in the Pesticide-Disease Interaction: Influence on the Disease Syndrome 377
Ch. 20 Economic Comparisons of Mycoherbicides to Conventioal Herbicides 395
Ch. 21 Genetic Engineering of Microorganisms for Pest Control - Survival and Potential Effectiveness of Such Microorganisms in Field Crop Systems 409
Ch. 22 The Role of Pesticides in Altering Biocontrol Efficacy 421
Ch. 23 Reducing Pesticide Use Through Alternative Agricultural Practices - Fungicides and Herbicides 435
Ch. 24 Changes in Farming Systems in the Scandinavian Countries Focused on Pesticide Use 449
Ch. 25 Phytopathological Advantages and Risks of Organic Farming Systems - Future Perspectives 461
Ch. 26 Management of Postharvest Diseases of Fruits and Vegetables - Strategies to Replace Vanishing Fungicides 477
Ch. 27 Induced Resistance as a Means of Plant Disease Control 495
Ch. 28 Pesticide Disease Interactions in Conservation Tillage Systems 515
Ch. 29 Pesticide Induced Economic and Agronomic Responses in Cereal Crops 533
Ch. 30 Future Methods for Controlling Weeds, Plant Diseases, and Insects 545
Index 569
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