Ecofriendly Biocontroll over Diseases, Pests and Insects for Crop Management

H.M. Patil


Ethnobiological explorations can potentially bring out many different clues for the development of safe, effective and inexpensive indigenous remedies against different crop plants. Present study has been focused on tribals of Nandurbardistrict of Maharashtra, India.Field visits in this area were carried out during 2013–2014.  The aim of the present study was primarily to evaluate and discover  thebiocontroll of  neem plant known to tribals.and to encourage preservation and documentation of their culture, conservation and sustainable utilization of such plant wealth.


Tribals, traditional, biocontroll, Neem, Crop Management , Nandurbar district.

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