Bt Brinjal in India: A long way to go

@article{Kumar2011BtBI,
  title={Bt Brinjal in India: A long way to go},
  author={S. Kumar and A. Misra and A. Verma and Ruchi Roy and A. Tripathi and K. Ansari and M. Das and P. Dwivedi},
  journal={GM Crops},
  year={2011},
  volume={2},
  pages={92 - 98}
}
  • S. Kumar, A. Misra, +5 authors P. Dwivedi
  • Published 2011
  • Biology, Medicine
  • GM Crops
  • Brinjal occupies the major proportion amongst all vegetable crops in India and is vulnerable to many diseases caused by insect-pests, fungus, bacteria and virus. Brinjal production is extensively affected by the insect brinjal fruit and shoot borer. Use of conventional chemical pesticides not only damage environment including the biotic and abiotic components but, also affect human health. Bt Brinjal was developed to combat brinjal fruit and shoot borer that has an advantage minimizing use of… CONTINUE READING
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