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Volume 18, 2020IV All-Russian Plant Protection Congress with international participation “Phytosanitary Technologies in Ensuring Independence and Competitiveness of the Agricultural Sector of Russia”
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Biological plant protection in greenhouse, intensive and organic farming
All-Russian Institute of Plant Protection, St. Petersburg, Pushkin 196608, Russia
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The scientific schools of All-Russian Institute of Plant Protection offer a new paradigm for the development of plant protection, based on the principles of managing the phytosanitary state of agroecosystems. In recent years, the biological protection of vegetables in greenhouses develops intensively. The assortment of protective biological products are in demand on the domestic market and have proven themselves in bioprotection systems. Given the strict regulatory framework for organic farming and the presence of a wide variety of phytosanitary objects, the phytosanitary risks are of great importance when ecologically safe agricultural products are to be obtained. In intensive crop production, plant protection is largely based upon application of synthetic pesticides. Efforts are aimed at reduction of harm and one of the modern trends is the increase in usage of biological products for treatment of seeds as well as spraying crops during the vegetation season. More biological products are used nowadays and positive results are obtained.
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