Phytochemicals derived from Piper longum in insect and mite pests management: A review


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Title Phytochemicals derived from Piper longum in insect and mite pests management: A review
Creator Sharmah, D.
Sharmah, A. Khound
Rahman, S.
Description The need for the development of alternative types of selective control methods for crop protection with reduced use of chemical pesticides was the main objective of this present review article. This review is based on earlier works performed by many investigators on insecticidal and acaricidal property of bioactive components derived from Piper longum. The summarization of all recent works on application of phytochemicals associated with P. longum in insect pests control may be an alternative to currently used chemical pesticides for development of target specific, biodegradable into nontoxic products, safer and potentially suitable to use in integrated pests management programmes.
Publisher Applied and Natural Science Foundation
Date 2018-06-01
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Journal of Applied and Natural Science; Vol 10 No 2 (2018); 553-556
Language eng

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