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Rice pests, diseases and weeds in Southeast Asia and Pacific Region.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Plant Protection Committee for the South East Asia and Pacific Region.

Rice pests, diseases and weeds in Southeast Asia and Pacific Region.

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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Regional Office for Asia and the Far East in Bangkok .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia, Southeastern.,
  • Pacific Area.
    • Subjects:
    • Rice -- Diseases and pests -- Asia, Southeastern.,
    • Rice -- Diseases and pests -- Pacific Area.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      SeriesTechnical document ;, no. 21, Technical document (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Plant Protection Committee for the South East Asia and Pacific Region) ;, no. 21.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB599 .F65a no. 21, SB608.R5 .F65a no. 21
      The Physical Object
      Pagination21 p. ;
      Number of Pages21
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4926633M
      LC Control Number76353066


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Rice pests, diseases and weeds in Southeast Asia and Pacific Region. by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Plant Protection Committee for the South East Asia and Pacific Region. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Learn about grasses, sedge weeds, and broad-loaved weeds commonly infesting rice fields in Asia. Main weeds of rice in Asia - IRRI Rice Knowledge Bank Country Specific.

Basic requirements Rice is mainly grown in warmer regions as the plants will not grow at temperatures below 10°C. Rice is considered to be a semi-aquatic annual grass and is commonly grown in paddies in wetlands or under shallow water. Several new methods of propagating rice have been developed which allow rice to be cultivated in less conventional areas e.g.

drought resistant varieties are. Average predicted annual yield losses caused b y pests and diseases in South and Southeast Asia. Fig. Total predicted rice production losses f or intensive irrigated double- or triple-rice systems.

The attacked plants have a dark brown colour as if they got burned. Defoliators; Plenty of insects (Lepidoptera, Orthoptera, and Coleoptera), visit rice leaves in order to get fed. Insects that attack the grains; Oebalus pugnax, known as the rice stink bug attack immature plants and feed on their grain.

Diseases. Common insect pests of rice and their natural biological control An illustrated guide to the insect pests that feed on rice plants and the organisms that feed on and control those pests.

Peter A.C. Ooi* About species of insects have been recorded on rice (Yunus and Ho,), but few have ever become serious pests.

WHY. Experiments with the intensive use of pesticides has determined that the yield potential of rice varieties in Asia is about 10 t/ha. 4 One recent Study estimated that between and million tons of grain are lost yearly to insects, diseases, and weeds in rice fields in tropical Asia.

14 The mean region-wide rice yield loss due to pests was. Farmers lose an estimated average of 37% of their rice crop to pests and diseases every year. In addition to good crop management, timely and accurate diagnosis can significantly reduce losses. If Rice pests are facing a problem in your crop and need help with diagnosis, seek advice from a professional or use the Rice Doctor.

Rice Common Diseases: Worldwide, rice is one of the most important crops and it represents a staple food for over half of the world’s population, with a global production of more than million tons per year and a harvested area reaching million ha.

Globally, rice cultivation is threatened by climate change which pest invasion, which represents the major challenges that irrigated. Ricefield guide for southern SW NSW DP This publication is designed as a diagnostic tool to assist rice growers, advisors, as well as the industry in south eastern Australia to identify relevant pest, disease and weed issues that are encountered in rice crops in the region.

It also contains a quick guide to the potential industry threats. South Asia produces slightly above million tons of rice (% of global production) on 60 million hectares (% of the global area).

India and Bangladesh are the major rice-growing countries. An identification guide of upland rice weeds with information on weed biology and management in South and South-East Asia is presented. Subjects include distribution, biology, ecology, and weed control.

Colour photographs show these weeds at different growth stages: (1) seed; (2) seedling; (3) flower; and (4) flowering plant. The genera are: Mollugo, Trianthema, Amaranthus, Celosia, Centella. Weed growth is affected by many cultural practices. Weeds also harbor, are hosts or sources of food for insect pests, diseases and other pests, as well as the natural enemies of these pests.

Control or failure to control weeds may have positive or negative effects on other rice pests. Some of these interactions are discussed in this paper. The Asia-Pacific Region has the resilience to meet its future demand and remain a net exporter of rice, provided concerted efforts are continued with greater vigor and thrust.

The trade globalization provided by GATT, WTO and Rice pests, and geographic comparative advantages of producing a crop, can provide major incentive for farmers to strive.

The book by Fröhlich is written in German language and contains a key to major rice pests and diseases based on signs of damage as well as some information on losses (see also chapter 4). Oerke & al. () provide some details on rice crop losses in Africa with breakdowns for regions and countries (cf.

chapter 3). PLANT PROTECTION AGREEMENT FOR THE SOUTH EAST ASIA AND PACIFIC REGION Rome, 27 February The Contracting Governments, desiring to prevent, through concerted action, the introduction into and spread within the South East Asia and Pacific Region of destructive plant diseases and pests, have concluded the following Agreement, which is a.

Rice Field Guide Pests Diseases Weeds Southern NSW This publication is designed as a diagnostic tool to assist rice growers, advisors, as well as the industry in south eastern Australia to identify relevant pest, disease and weed issues that are encountered in rice crops in the region.

Cassava in south-east Asia under threat from witches' broom disease This article is more than 4 years old Climate change menacing yet another food crop by fuelling explosion in pests and diseases. determined that the yield potential of rice varieties in Asia is about 10 t/ha.4 One recent Study estimated that between and million tons of grain are lost yearly to insects, diseases, and weeds in rice fields in tropical Asia The mean region-wide rice yield loss due to pests was estimated at 37% Insect pests of rice.

Soil pests. Pests at the vegetative stage. Pests at the reproductive. Rice diseases. Weed pestes of rice. Identification and ecology of common weeds in rice.

Methods of wees control. Biology and management of riceland rats in Southeast Asia. Management in Southeast Asia. Cultural control. Resistant rice varieties. The high susceptibility of hybrid rice to disease is likely to foster further dependence on agrochemicals. 35 In this sense, hybrid rice presents a tremendous opportunity for pesticide companies, which are reeling from market saturation in the North and anxious to expand sales in Asia.

For similar reasons, it creates new markets for their. yield and also encourage pests and diseases. * Likewise, in strungly acid sulfate soils the costs of reducing their acidity are a limiting factor.

The biological factors of the environment -- ro­ dents, insects, diseases, weeds, soil fertility -­ severely limit rice production in many areas. Several socioeconomic factors, such as high cost. MAJOR PESTS AND DISEASES. Overview. Many insect and mites attack trees in Asia.

Although some affect production in nearly all locations, many others are of only local significance. Relatively few species cause significant crop loss in their own right, and are only a problem when the population exceeds damaging thresholds.

Pest, Diseases, Weeds of Rice & Their Management 1. Pests and diseases of Rice (a) Important Pest Stage Pests Control measures Nursery Stem-borer, gall midge, thrips, root-knot nematode, root nematode and white tip nematode For insect-pests and nematodes, apply Phorate 10 G @ kg/ha or Fipronil G @ 33 kg/ha of nursery, 5 to 7 days.

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Rice field guide to pests, diseases and weeds in southern NSW. More topics in this section. Summary. This publication is designed as a diagnostic tool to assist rice growers, advisors, as well as the industry in south eastern Australia to identify relevant pest, disease and weed issues that are encountered in rice crops in the region.

A considerable amount of research has been undertaken to estimate current rice production losses due to pests. One recent Study estimated that between and million tons of grain yield are lost yearly to pests (insects/diseases/weeds) in rice fields in tropical Asia [1].

The mean region-wide yield loss was estimated at % [2]. The International Rice Research Institute is in solidarity with the global community as we utilize our expertise and resources to address the myriad challenges brought about by the pandemic.

Collaborating with countries, partners, and OneCGIAR, IRRI is committed to working towards ensuring food and nutrition security through rice-based agri. FAO Intercountry Programme for Integrated Pest Control in Rice in South and Southeast Asia FAO-RAP FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, the Asia-Pacific Region encompassing 36 countries, accounts for 57 percent of the already playing a leading role in the management of insect pests, diseases and weeds through the.

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CCAFS blog: Climate change puts Southeast Asia’s billion dollar cassava industry on high alert for pest and disease outbreaks CCAFS blog: “Pest-smart” to climate-smart in Southeast Asia Dr.

Arnaud Costa is the Integrated Crop Management Advisor of CABI Southeast and East Asia. A fungus causes rice brown leaf spot disease. It is a common disease of seedlings, and on leaves, leaf sheaths, panicles, including the glumes and seeds, of developing and mature plants.

The disease is worse in dryland compared to wetland cultivation, especially under continuous cropping and other situations where fertility is low.

pests and 8% to weeds. Total actual losses varied considerably, with 14% in Northwest Europe and 35% or even more in Central Africa, Southeast Asia, CIS and Oceania (Fig. Rice Rice production is largely concentrated in Asia, where it is considered to be the major food source.

Oryza sativa is grown under different growth con. Rice artifacts have been found dating back to 3, B.C. and historical documents have been found mentioning rice. Since its earliest days in Southeast Asia, rice has grown throughout the region and the world, with varieties farmed in Africa, South America and the U.S.

Integrated weed management practices in rice include: Land preparation: Thorough land preparation can significantly decrease the incidence of weeds in rice by destroying all weeds and weed seeds to provide weed-free conditions at the time of planting, and providing a good environment for rapid growth of rice seedlings.

To satisfy a growing demand for food, global agricultural production must increase by 70% by However, pests and crop diseases put global food supplies at risk. Worldwide, yield losses caused by pests and diseases are estimated to average % in wheat, % in rice, % in maize, % in potato, and % in soybean ([ 1 ][1]); these crops account for half of the global human.

Southeast Asia, the world’s dominant rice export region, has an important role in determining world rice prices and food security in regions that depend on rice imports, such as Sub-Saharan Africa.

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