Integrated Crop Management: Sustainable Crop Management (Technical Insights)

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A detailed technology report on Integrated Crop Management and its advantages and disadvantages.

Table of Contents

Integrated Crop Management, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryIntegrated Crop Management, IntroductionIntroductionIntroductionWhat is ICM?Why Is ICM Important and Who Are the Drivers?How Do Genetically Modified Crops Impact Upon ICM?How Does ICM Relate to Organic Production?Integrated Crop Management, Conventional Agriculture/HorticultureConventional Agriculture/HorticultureConventional Agriculture/HorticultureHigh-Input FarmingEconomic ThresholdsCrop/Weed InteractionsCrop/Insect InteractionsCrop/Disease InteractionsCrop AgronomyCustomer PerceptionsIntegrated Crop Management, Organic FarmingOrganic FarmingOrganic FarmingDefinitionsAllowed InputsClaimed and Real AdvantagesCustomer PerceptionsIntegrated Crop Management, Integrated Crop ManagementIntegrated Crop ManagementIntegrated Crop ManagementDefinitionsICM in PracticeClaimed and Real AdvantagesCustomer PerceptionsIntegrated Crop Management, Genetically Modified CropsGenetically Modified CropsGenetically Modified CropsDefinitionsCurrent Products and UsesTomorrow's Products and UsesClaimed and Real AdvantagesCustomer PerceptionsIntegrated Crop Management, Customer FearsCustomer FearsCustomer FearsPesticide ResiduesMicrobiological ContaminationTransgenic CropsOrganically Produced ProduceNatural ProductsBiodiversityA Balanced Approach?Integrated Crop Management, Resistance ManagementResistance ManagementIntroductionInsect ResistanceFungicide ResistanceWeed ResistanceICM Resistance StrategiesIntegrated Crop Management, Tomorrow's AgricultureTomorrow's AgricultureTomorrow's FarmingTomorrow's Food CropsTomorrow's Non-Food CropsYieldSustainable AgricultureIntegrated Crop Management, ConclusionConclusionWhy ICM is Essential for Sustainable AgricultureInput from Global Positioning Satellites and Precision AgricultureIntegrated Crop Management, Recommended Further Reading and Cited LiteratureRecommended Further Reading and Cited LiteratureRecommended Further Reading and Cited Literature




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