Introduction to Integrated Pest Management (IPM))

Course Description

This is a course introducing students to Integrated Pest Management (IPM), taught at the University of Agricultural Sciences, Raichur by Professors Prabhuraj A, B.V. Patil, and M. Bheemanna.

Introduction to Integrated Pest Management (IPM))
A yeast-sugar lure baited SWD trap at the Ideal Track. Note the yellow sticky card suspended in the trap. Image source:
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Introduction to Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Play Video
I. Basics of insect, Pest and its categories
2 Insect, abundance and diversity Play Video
3 Insect classification based on economic importance Play Video
4 Pest, causes for outbreaks and categories Play Video
5 Pest, causes for outbreaks and categories II Play Video
6 Pest surveillance and methods of sampling Play Video
II. IPM, concepts and ecological components
7 Principles of Pest Management and History Play Video
8 IPM, Definition and Concepts Play Video
9 Ecological Methods of Pest Management - Legal & Cultural Play Video
10 Ecological Methods of Pest Management - Cultural II Play Video
11 Ecological Methods of Pest Management - Cultural III Play Video
12 Ecological Methods of Pest Management - Physical Play Video
13 Ecological Methods of Pest Management - Mechanical Play Video
III. Host plant resistance and Biological components of IPM
14 Host Plant Resistance Play Video
15 Host Plant Resistance II Play Video
16 Biological Control - Predators Play Video
17 Biological Control - Parasitoids Play Video
18 Biological Control - Microbes: Fungi, Bacteria and Viruses Play Video
19 Biological Control - Microbes: Entomopathogenic Nematodes Play Video
IV. Pest management through botanicals, behavioural modification and radiation technology
20 Pest management by modifying insect behaviour Play Video
21 Use of sex pheromones in pest management Play Video
22 Use of attractants and repellants in pest management Play Video
23 Pest management through radiation technology - Principles Play Video
24 Sterile Insect Technique - Case studies Play Video
V. Chemical component of IPM
25 Pest management through botanicals Play Video
26 Pest management through botanicals II Play Video
27 Chemical Control - History and Classification Play Video
28 Mode of Action of different insecticide groups Play Video
29 Chemical Control - Considerations for Chemicals Integration Play Video
30 Insecticide Resistance and Management Play Video
31 Insecticide as component of IPM Play Video
VI. Biotech approaches, AESA and IPM case studies in field crops and pulses
32 Biotechnological Approaches in IPM Play Video
33 Agro-ecosystem Analysis Play Video
34 IPM in Paddy Play Video
35 IPM in Paddy II Play Video
36 IPM in Pigeon pea Play Video
37 IPM in Pigeon pea II Play Video
VII. IPM case studies in oilseed and commercial crops
38 IPM in Groundnut Play Video
39 IPM in Mustard & Soyabean Play Video
40 IPM in Cotton Play Video
41 IPM in Cotton II Play Video
42 IPM in Sugarcane Play Video
43 IPM in Sugarcane II Play Video
VIII. IPM case studies in vegetable and fruit crops
44 IPM in Tomato Play Video
45 IPM in Cabbage Play Video
46 IPM in Mango Play Video
47 IPM in Grapes Play Video


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