Implementation of induced resistance for crop protection

Reglinski, Tony, Dann, Elizabeth and Deverall, Brian (2014). Implementation of induced resistance for crop protection. In Dale R. Walters, Adrian C. Newton and Gary D. Lyon (Ed.), Induced Resistance for Plant Defense: A Sustainable Approach to Crop Protection 2nd ed. (pp. 249-299) Oxford, UK: John Wiley & Sons. doi:10.1002/9781118371848.ch12

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Author Reglinski, Tony
Dann, Elizabeth
Deverall, Brian
Title of chapter Implementation of induced resistance for crop protection
Title of book Induced Resistance for Plant Defense: A Sustainable Approach to Crop Protection
Place of Publication Oxford, UK
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Publication Year 2014
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.1002/9781118371848.ch12
Open Access Status
Edition 2nd
ISBN 9781118371831
9781118371862
9781118371848
Editor Dale R. Walters
Adrian C. Newton
Gary D. Lyon
Volume number 9781118371831
Chapter number 12
Start page 249
End page 299
Total pages 51
Total chapters 14
Collection year 2015
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
This chapter reviews promising agents and approaches for activating systemic resistance in crop plants. It discusses new activators, have optimized use patterns for older activators and how this type of resistance may be incorporated into existing disease management programmes. The chapter describes advances in understanding of microbes and microbial products inducing resistance, and the dual role of many agrochemicals as pesticides with resistance-inducing capacity. It presents the limitations of activators and constraints to commercial implementation are considered. The use of various biotic and abiotic activators has been shown to reduce postharvest disease in a wide range of horticultural crops, with associated increases in defence responses. The chapter investigates the compatibility of plant activators with other integrated pest management (IPM) options including fungicides, bactericides, insecticides, biocontrol agents and cultural control methods and shows the potential strategies for reducing our dependency on traditional chemicals for plant disease control.
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