Diseases of Fruits and Vegetables
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Diseases of Fruits and Vegetables

Volume I Diagnosis and Management
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S. A. M. H. Naqvi
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Covers diseases of fruits including apple, citrus, grapes, mango and pineapple and of vegetables such as carrot, celery and cucurbits, with special reference to integrated disease management practices.
Apple Diseases and their Management.- Diagnosis and Management of Virus and Virus like Diseases of Citrus.- Fungal Diseases of Fruit and Foliage of Citrus Trees.- Citrus Huanglongbing: Review, Present status and Future Strategies.- Diagnosis and Management of Certain Important Fungal Diseases of Citrus.- Certification Programs for Citrus.- People, Arthropods, Weather and Citrus Diseases.- Diagnosis and Management of Pre and Post-harvest Diseases of Citrus fruit.- Preimmunization: Applications and Perspectives in Virus Disease control.- Carrot Diseases and their Management.- Celery Diseases and their Management.- Diseases of Cucurbits and their Management.- Diseases and Disorders of Mango and their Management.- Epidemiology of Powdery Mildew, Downy Mildew and Anthracnose Diseases of Grapevine.- Virus Diseases of Pineapple.
Among the Horticultural Crops, Fruits and Vegetables (FV) are of primary - portance as the key source of essential components in an adequate and balanced human diet. FV have supported largely the daily food requirement of mankind since ages and even before man learned to grow cereal crops systematically. Over the years, growing FV has been the mainstay of rural economy and has emerged as an indispensable part of agriculture world over, offering farmers a wide range of crops in varied topography and climate. In certain parts of the world, FV are the major dietary staple. Apart from being a rich source of vitamins and minerals, this sector also contributes significantly in economy of the region or the nation. The increased income from per unit area of FV is far ahead and can not be compared with that of cereal crops. A recent survey by the Economist revealed that the world population has - creased by 90 % in the past 40 years while food production has increased only by 25 % per head. With an additional 1. 5 billion mouth to feed by 2020, farmers worldwide have to produce 39 % more. Looking at the load of the future food requirement, the global increased production of FV during last few years has absorbed the additional food requirement and accordingly the eating habits are also changing and shifting - wards more consumption of these commodities worldwide.