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Agricultural Reviews, volume 42 issue 1 (march 2021) : 93-98

Integrated Disease Management of Grain Legumes in Algeria and Strategies of Agricultural Development: A Review

Ibrahim Elkhalil Benzohra, Hakima Belaidi, Boualem Boumaaza, Mohamed Mégateli
1Department of Phoeniciculture, Experimental Station for Biophysical Environment, Naama - Centre for Scientific and Technical  Research on Arid Regions (CRSTRA), Campus Universitaire, B.P. 1682 RP, Biskra, Algeria.
Cite article:- Benzohra Elkhalil Ibrahim, Belaidi Hakima, Boumaaza Boualem, Mégateli Mohamed (2020). Integrated Disease Management of Grain Legumes in Algeria and Strategies of Agricultural Development: A Review. Agricultural Reviews. 42(1): 93-98. doi: 10.18805/ag.R-158.
Grain legumes have an important role in Algerian agriculture contributing towards food, nutritional security and sustainable farming systems. This kind of culture has a several diseases can reduce the global production and yield. Causes of these major diseases we have to propose the integrated disease management for minimize the damage caused by these diseases. The term Integrated Pest Management was first based on the concept of ‘integrated control’ given by the entomologists from University of California, who defined it as “applied pest control” which combines and integrates cultural, biological and chemical control. Chemical control was used only if necessary and in a way which was least disruptive to cultural and biological control. 
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