Lychee Disease Management

Manoj Kumar (Redaktør) ; Vivek Kumar (Redaktør) ; Neera Bhalla-Sarin (Redaktør) ; Ajit Varma (Redaktør)

This book offers a comprehensive compilation of biotic and abiotic factors that affect lychee production and commercialization. It addresses disease management for a range of causal agents, including the leaf mite (Acerya litchi Keifer), leaf miner (Conopomorpha cramerella), fruit borers (Conopomorpha cramerella, Platypeplus aprobola Meyer and Dichocrosis sp. Les mer
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This book offers a comprehensive compilation of biotic and abiotic factors that affect lychee production and commercialization. It addresses disease management for a range of causal agents, including the leaf mite (Acerya litchi Keifer), leaf miner (Conopomorpha cramerella), fruit borers (Conopomorpha cramerella, Platypeplus aprobola Meyer and Dichocrosis sp.), leaf webber / roller (Platypepla aprobola Meyer), litchi bug (Tessarotoma javanica Thunb), bark-eating caterpillar (Indarbela quadrinotata) and shoot borer (Chlumetia transversa), etc.

Specialized chapters highlight potential approaches to optimizing and increasing the scope of lychee export, as well as systematic research on the development and refinement of technologies for enhancing lychee productivity and quality. Further aspects addressed include post-harvest handling, processing and value addition, the development of tolerant varieties, high yield and processing. As such, 'Lychee Disease Management' offers a valuable resource dedicated to the global agriculture community, which is currently facing considerable production and commercialization problems.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1. Lychee (Litchi chinensis Sonn.): Pre and Post-Harvest Disease Management.- Chapter 2. Microbial Interactions in Litchi Rhizosphere.- Chapter 3. Pre and Post-Harvest Management Practices for Litchi Production in India.- Chapter 4. Determination of Substrate Medium for Litchi marcot Establishment in Nursery.- Chapter 5. Impact Assessment of Bio-Inoculants on Growth of Litchi [Litchi chinensis (Gaertn.)Sonn. Plants.- Chapter 6. Important Diseases of Litchi and Their Management.- Chapter 7. Tissue Culture: Present Scenario and Future Prospects in Litchi Management.- Chapter 8. Systemic Information for Future Perspective in Litchi Crop Improvement.- Chapter 9. Problems and Prospects of Lychee Cultivation in India.- Chapter 10. Lychee Diseases and its Possible Control.- Chapter 11. Lychee Juice and Pulp Extracts as Potential Components for Production of Extracellular Phosphate Binding Biopolymer From Acinetobacter haemolyticus.- Chapter 12. Litchi chinensis: Taxonomy, Botany and its Cultivars.- Chapter 13. Procedural Insights on In vitro Propagation of Litchi chinensis (Sonn.).- Chapter 14. Lychee (Litchi chinensis): Biochemistry, Panacea and Nutritional Value.- Chapter 15. Litchi Deterioration in India.- Chapter 16. Integrated Approach for the Management of Differential Pattern of Diseases and Pest Incidence in Lychee.

Om forfatteren

Dr. Manoj Kumar is a scientist with sanguine behavior who is adoring about research and development, with a commitment to lifelong learning. He is determined on high quality science that contributes broadly to both increasing intellectual knowledge of plant development and to increasing the ecological niche. He has a high level of professional desire and intellectual hunt, and the potential to fulfil the dream of his high impact publications and the future recognition of these by academic peers.

Dr. Kumar has pursued his PhD in Plant Biotechnology from prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University and then awarded two postdocotoral fellowships consecutively: i) DBT-PDF from IISc Bangalore in 2005 and then NRF-PDF from University of Pretoria.

Dr. Manoj Kumar is a researcher of Plant Biotechnology in the Division of Microbial Technology at the Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India. Recently he has accepted the affiliation from Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam. Until recently, he was a coordinator of Bio-resource Chapter (Northern India) and served on editorial boards of five international journals.

Dr. Kumar has published several research papers, books, review articles at the international repute. During a decade academic acquaintance, he has guided several research projects and dissertations, and collaborated internationally. His diverse research background attracts the global readers and rese