Fungicide Resistance in Crop ProtectionRisk and Management
Edited by T Thind, Punjab Agricultural University, India
Pathogen resistance to fungicides has become a challenging problem in the managing of crop diseases and has threatened the performance of some highly potent commercial fungicides. Worldwide, resistance to more than 100 different active ingredients has been reported. This book compiles information on fungicide resistance over the past three decades on the status, development, and processes involved in the build-up of resistance in pathogens to different groups of fungicides, while also suggesting various measures for managing this problem.
Researchers and students in plant pathology and mycology.
Part I: History of Resistance Development 1. Historical Perspectives of Fungicide Resistance Part II: Status, Detection and Management of Resistance 2. Resistance in Venturia nashicola to Benzimidazoles and Sterol Demethylation Inhibitors 3. Fungicide Resistance in Erysiphe necator - Monitoring, Detection and Management Strategies 4. Fungicide Resistance in Pseudoperonospora cubensis, the Causal Pathogen of Cucurbit Downy Mildew 5. Resistance to Azole Fungicides in Mycosphaerella graminicola: Mechanisms and Management 6. The Role of Intraspecific Parallel Genetic Adaptation to QoIs in Europe 7. Risk and Management of Fungicide Resistance in the Asian Soybean Rust fungus Phakopsora pachyrhizi 8. Resistance to Carboxylic Acid Amide (CAA) Fungicides and Anti-Resistance Strategies 9. New Modes of Action Contribute to Resistance Management 10. Field kit and Internet-Supported Fungicide Resistance Monitoring 11. Fungicide Resistance in Oomycetes with Special Reference to Phytophthora infestans and Phenylamides 12. Resistance Risk to QoI fungicides and Anti-Resistance Strategies Part III: Resistance Cases in Different Countries 13. Fungicide Resistance in Plasmopara viticola in France and Anti-Resistance Measures 14. QoI Resistance in Plasmopara viticola in Italy: Evolution and Management Strategies 15. Fungicide Resistance in Italian Agriculture and Strategies for its Management 16. Challenge of Fungicide Resistance and Anti-Resistance Strategies in Managing Vegetable Diseases in the USA 17. Fungicide Resistance in India: Status and Management Strategies 18. Resistance to QoI and SDHI fungicides in Japan Part IV: Genetics and Multidrug Resistance 19. Genetics of Fungicide Resistance in Botryotinia fuckeliana (Botrytis cinerea) 20. Emergence of Multidrug Resistance in Fungal Pathogens: A potential Threat to Fungicide Performance in Agriculture Part V: Role of FRAC 21. The Role of the Fungicide Resistance Action Committee in Managing Resistance
Thind Dr. Tarlochan S. Thind works as a Senior Plant Pathologist and Head of the Department of Plant Pathology at Punjab Agricultural University in Ludhiana, India, and is also currently President of the Indian Phytopathological Society. He has 33 years' experience of working on disease problems in vegetables, fruits and cereals. His areas of research include use of epidemiological parameters in need-based application of fungicides in managing plant diseases, variability in plant pathogens and the problem of fungicide resistance in plant pathogens. Dr. Thind has also worked at INRA, France, and served as FAO consultant for disease diagnosis in vegetable crops in West Africa. He has published over 100 research articles in national and international journals, as well as editing five books and co-authoring another, on 'Disease Problem in Vegetable Production'.
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