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Principles of using agricultural biodiversity to control pests and crop diseases
Author of the article:CHU Bing-Yao;CHEN Fa-Jun;MA Zhan-Hong
Author's Workplace:Department of Plant Pathology, MOA Key Laboratory of Pest Monitoring and Green Management, College of Plant Protection, China Agricultural University, Beijing 100193, China; College of Plant Protection, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095, China
Key Words:agrobiodiversity; principles and mechanisms; disease and pest management; yield
Agrobiodiversity is an important aspect of controlling the diseases and pests of agricultural crops. Agrobiodiversity is based on the ecological relationships between organisms and makes full use of various control factors in the original ecosystem. It can, therefore, significantly reduce fertilizer and pesticide use and enhance agricultural ecosystems. This paper integrates the control of agricultural diseases and pests and examines agrobiodiversity at three levels; genetic diversity, species diversity and landscape diversity. The methods, mechanisms and important factors for using agrobiodiversity to control crop diseases and pests, and the effect of plant diversity on crop yields, are systematically reviewed and described.
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