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Innovation in plant health extension services: the case of Plant Clinics in Nepal
This review of plant clinics in Nepal clearly defines the aims of plant clinic to fill the gap between farmers’ needs and existing plant health services being provided by public and private extension service providers. Expand
Microbial control of white grubs with entomopathogenic fungi and its value in integrated pest management (IPM) in Nepal
The possibilities to develop mycoinsecticides and to integrate them into existing pest management (IMP) systems are considered as very promising. Expand
Impact of elevated temperature on rice productivity: A case of Lalitpur, Nepal
Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is the second most important crop in the world after wheat and also the most important crop in Nepal. The production of rice is influenced by various biotic and abioticExpand
Effect of melia azedarach on aphid (Brevicoryne brassicae) of organic cabbage farming.
The research indicated that both concentration of plant extract and spraying interval are equally important for effective pest management, indicating the possibility of using botanical plant materials in the development of organic insect pest management methods in vegetables. Expand
Scarabs of Nepal and their Microbial Control
The book depicts alternative control measures with fungal antagonist fungus based on the works conducted in Switzerland and Nepal, and shows multispecies association of white grubs in Nepalese agriculture. Expand
Nocturnal pests insect have became increasingly difficult throughout the world. In majority cases, control measures are primarily dependent with the use of chemical pesticides where the use ofExpand