INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT BY USING ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION AND NATURAL PRODUCTS

MOHAMED JHEDAN ABD EL-LATEEF


Abstract


Mohamed Jhedan Abdel-Lateef Integrated Pest Management by Using Environmental Sanitation, and Natural Products. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis in Environmental Sciences, Institute of Environmental Studies and Research, 1999. Twelve plants belong to 7 Families were selected throughout the present stud. Extracts of different pa11s of each plant were prepared in water and organic solvent having different polarity. The obtained results indicated the important role of plant species, plant pru1, solvent of extraction, extract concentration post-treatment period, and pest species in detennining the insecticidal antifeeding and ovicidal activities of tested extracts. The srune trend of finding was noticed in concern of fungitoxic effects of the evaluated plrutt extracts on some soil-bome fungus and 'powder mildew. Sepru•ation, detennination rutd preliminaty identification of cet1ain chemical constituents. i.e. glycosides. thioglcosides phenolic compounds, thiocyanates, rutd alkaloids wee catTied out in the tested plrutts. Pesticidal activities of the me.thonolic extract of Conyza canadensis weed on some pests attacking vegetables, i.e powdety mildew, aphids, whitefly, rutd virus on cucumber were also evaluated. I I The phytotoxic effects on horsebean and tomato seed germination was studied Finally, survey of pests inhabiting weeds around water crutals at Fayoum : Govemorate was done. Questionnaire dealing with constraints confolming successful pest control was distributed on frumers and achieved good indications.


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Other Titles السيطرة على الآفات من خلال نظافة البيئة وإستخدام المنتجات الطبيعية
Issue Date 1999
URI http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/12345678/4825


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