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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(6): 1483-1499
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.906.183


Bacterial Diseases of Crops: Epidemiology, Symptoms and Management
Abha Saxena*, Deepti Rai, Anup Kalra and Mohan Ji Saxena
Ayurvet Research Foundation, Unit No. 101-103 1st floor Km trade tower, Plot no.H-3, Sector -14, Kaushambi , Ghaziabad -201010 (U.P.)
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

Plants are the source of the air we breathe and most of the food we eat, yet we often don’t ponder about keeping them healthy. This can have disturbing results. FAO estimates that up to 40% of food crops are lost due to plant pests and diseases annually. This leaves millions of people without enough food to eat and seriously damages agriculture - the primary source of income for rural poor communities. Plant health is increasingly under threat. Climate change and human activities, have altered ecosystems, reducing biodiversity and creating new niches where pests can thrive. At the same time, international travel and trade has tripled in volume in the last decade and can quickly spread pests and diseases around the world causing great damage to native plants and the environment. Protecting plants from pests and diseases is far more cost effective than dealing with full-blown plant health emergencies. Plant pests and diseases are often impossible to eradicate once they have established themselves and managing them is time consuming and expensive. Prevention is critical to avoiding the devastating impact of pests and diseases on agriculture, livelihoods and food security and many of us have a role to play.


Keywords: Bacterial diseases, Epidemiology, Symptoms and management
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Abha Saxena, DeeptiRai, AnupKalra and Mohan Ji Saxena. 2020. Bacterial Diseases of Crops: Epidemiology, Symptoms and Management.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(6): 1483-1499. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.906.183