Thie volume is presented to those interested in biological control of plant pathogens as a research area or as a fascinating frontier of biological knowledge, and to those who wish to apply it to agricultural practice.
01-01-1992 A survey of indigenous plant disease management systems worldwide which evaluates the labour requirements, external inputs, effectiveness and practicality of the techniques. It also suggests ways in which these traditional methods could contribute to today's environmental ethic and agriculture.
This book contains papers presented at the symposium. It is increasingly clear that mastery of the soil microflora will come only when we understand the obscure complex of nonparasitic organims, even though the pathogens have seemed the logical point of attack.