Christopher J Fettig
Pacific Southwest Research Station
Satinder K Brar
University of Quebec
National Research Council of Italy
Indian Council of Medical Research
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A bacteriophage is a virus that infects and replicates within a bacterium. Bacteriophage is also called bacterial virus. Bacteriophages also infect the single celled prokaryotic organisms known as archaea.
Biopesticides are certain types of pesticides got from such regular materials as creatures, plants, microbes, and certain minerals. Case in point, canola oil and heating pop have pesticidal applications and are considered biopesticides.
A Bio fertilizer (also bio-fertilizer) is a substance which contains living microorganisms which, when connected to seed, plant surfaces, or soil, colonizes the rhizosphere or the inside of the plant and advances development by expanding the supply or accessibility of essential supplements to the host plant.
Organic fertilizers are composts derived from creature matter, human excreta or vegetable matter.
A pesticide is any substance used to control pests. Pests may be target creepy crawlies, vegetation, organisms, and so on. Most control the bugs by harming them. Tragically, pesticides can be toxic to people also. Some are extremely noxious, or dangerous, and might truly harm or even slaughter people. Others are moderately non-dangerous. Pesticides can chafe the skin, eyes, nose, or mouth.
Humic acid is a primary segment of humic substances, which are the significant natural constituents of soil (humus), peat, coal, numerous upland streams, dystrophic lakes, and sea water. It is created by biodegradation of dead natural matter.
Organic pesticides have a tendency to have common substances like cleansers, lime sulfur and hydrogen peroxide as fixings. Not every regular substance are permitted in natural farming; a few chemicals like arsenic, strychnine and tobacco dust (nicotine sulfate) are precluded.
Rhizobium, Azotobacter, Azospirillum and blue green algae(BGA) have been traditionally used as Biofertilizers. Rhizobiuminoculant is used for leguminous crops such as pulses. Azotobacter can be used with crops like wheat, maize, mustard, cotton, potato and other vegetable crops.
Biofertilizers production technology includes isolation of bacteria, selection of suitable effective strain, preparation of mother or seed culture, inoculants isolation of bacteria, selection of suitable effective strain, preparation of mother or seed culture, inoculant production, carrier preparation and their mixing, followed by curing, packaging, storage and despatch.
The worms are fed cooled-down compost twice a week in 12 continuous-flow composting beds. Each of the beds are 80 feet long and measure five feet across. Then the worms do the dirty work.
These are naturally produced bio chemical materials basically non-toxic to the environment that can be employed in pest control. Biopesticides could mean living organisms (bacteria, virus, and algae), their products (bio-chemicals produced by them) and also plant byproducts.
The Biopesticide segment occupies a small portion of the large pesticide market in India. In 2005, it accounted for just 2.89%, which was expected to increase by 2.3%. Until 2011, there were 12 different types of biopesticides registered in India.
Biopesticides are certain types of pesticides derived from natural materials such as animals, plants, bacteria and certain minerals. Biopesticides are biological agents that are used for control of weeds, insects and pathogens. Biopesticides are of two types bio-herbicides and bio-insecticides.
Biopesticides are living organisms which can intervene lifecycle of insect pests in such a way that the crop damage is minimized. Though there are about 140 biopesticide production units existing in the country as on today, they are able to meet the demand of only less than 1% of cropped area. Ther exists a wide gap, which can only be brisged by setting up of more units for production of biopesticides.
Nematodes are unsegmented mostly microscopic roundworms that are in soil. Some nematodes rely on bacteria, fungi or other microscopic organisms for food.
Viral biopesticides offer tremendous livelyhood options in promotion of organic product manufacturing, pollution control, ecological restoration, enhancement of soil fertility providing livelyhood security, food safety, nutritional security leading to sustainable rural development.
Fungal biopesticides can be used to control plant diseases as well as some pests and weeds. Fungi are a diverse group of organisms and can be found in almost every environment on earth. Two of the most common commercial biopesticides are Trichoderma species and Beauveria bassiana.
OMICS Group is publishing 700 open access journals with the support of about 10 million redaers, 50000 editorial board members and other eminent personalities. Journal of Medicinal is one among the scholarly publishing journals. OMICS Group International is also pioneer and leading scientific event organizer, conducting 1000 International Scientific Conferences per year worldwide and has already signed 1000 scientific Associations to make health care and scientific information open access.
Journal of Biofertilizers and Biopesticides is associated with our international conference "World Congress and Expo on Applied Microbiology" during August 18-20, 2015 Frankfurt, Germany. Our conference throws light on thought provoking topics and recent research in the field of Bio fertilizers, Biopesticides, Pesticides and toxicity, Organic pesticides, Earthworms and farming, Fungal bio pesticides, Nematode Biopesticides, Organic fertilizer, Bacteriophages, Viral bio pesticides and many more.