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    Bhim Pratap Singh, Garima Singh, Krishna Kumar, S. Chandra Nayak, N. Srinivasa, editors.
    Summary: Pulses have played a major role in human diet and are considered a rich source of proteins. But, the major constraints in achieving the yield of pulses are the occurrences of various diseases and pests. Hence, there is a need to understand major fungal pathogens and their management strategies for sustainable agriculture. The major pulse crops in India and other Asian countries are bengal gram, pigeon pea, black gram, green gram, lentil and peas, which are attacked by several pathogens that cause considerable crop damage. Bengal gram is affected mainly by wilt (Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceri), blight (Mycosphaerella pinodes) and rust (Uromyces ciceris-arietini). The main diseases of pigeon pea are wilt (Fusarium oxysporum) and Phytophtora stem blight (Phytophthora drechsleri f. sp. cajani). Powdery mildew (Erysiphe polygoni) and rust (Uromyces vicia-fabae) are the most important diseases affecting the production of pea. This volume offers details like symptoms, distribution, pathogens associated, predisposing factors and epidemiology, sources of resistance and holistic management of diseases with particular reference to those of economic importance. Several minor diseases of lentil, green gram and of black gram are discussed with their detailed and updated information. This volume provides pooled information regarding the management of major fungal phytopathogens affecting pulses.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Contents
    Chapter 1: Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria in Management of Soil-Borne Fungal Pathogens
    1.1 Introduction
    1.2 Biology of Soil-Borne Pathogen
    1.3 Diseases Caused by Soil-Borne Pathogen
    1.4 Management of Soil-Borne Disease
    1.4.1 Soil-Borne Fungal Pathogens and PGPR
    1.4.2 Factors Influencing on Pathogen-PGPR Interactions
    1.4.3 Induced Resistance
    1.4.4 Other Control Methods
    1.4.4.1 Cultural Method
    1.4.4.2 Crop Rotation
    1.4.4.3 Tillage Practices
    1.4.4.4 Soil Amendments
    1.4.4.5 Soil Solarization 1.4.4.6 Chemical Control
    1.4.4.7 Resistance of Host Plant
    1.4.4.8 Aerial Photography
    1.5 Conclusion
    References
    Chapter 2: Exploration of Secondary Metabolites for Management of Chickpea Diseases
    2.1 Introduction
    2.2 Role of Endophytic Bacteria in the Management of Plant Diseases
    2.3 Secondary Metabolite Production
    2.3.1 Secondary Metabolites Associated with Rhizobacteria in the Management of Plant Diseases
    2.4 Production of Secondary Metabolites by Pseudomonas fluorescens
    2.5 Mode of Action of Secondary Metabolites Produced by Pseudomonads 2.6 Role of Biocontrol Agents in Induced Systemic Resistance (ISR) and Systemic Acquired Resistance (SAR)
    2.7 Future Perspective
    References
    Chapter 3: Integrated Fungal Foliar Diseases of Arid Legumes: Challenges and Strategies of Their Management in Rain-Fed Areas
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Chickpea
    3.2.1 Ascochyta Blight (Ascochyta rabiei)
    3.2.1.1 Diagnosis and Epidemiology
    3.2.1.2 Control
    3.2.2 Botrytis Gray (Botrytis cinerea)
    3.2.2.1 Diagnosis and Epidemiology
    3.2.2.2 Control
    3.3 Lentil
    3.3.1 Rust (Uromyces viciae-fabae Pers.) 3.3.1.1 Diagnosis and Epidemiology
    3.3.1.2 Control
    3.3.2 Ascochyta Blight (Ascochyta lentis)
    3.3.2.1 Diagnosis and Epidemiology
    3.3.2.2 Control
    3.4 Cowpea
    3.4.1 Anthracnose (Colletotrichum lindemuthianum Sacc. & Magn)
    3.4.1.1 Diagnosis and Epidemiology
    3.4.1.2 Control
    3.4.2 Cercospora Leaf Spot (Cercospora canescens Fellis & Martin and Cercospora cruenta Sacc)
    3.4.2.1 Diagnosis and Epidemiology
    3.4.2.2 Control
    3.5 Faba Bean
    3.5.1 Chocolate Leaf Spot (Botrytis fabae and Botrytis cinerea)
    3.5.1.1 Diagnosis and Epidemiology
    3.5.1.2 Control
    Digital Access Springer 2020