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Status and Future Prospects of Pest Control Agents in Environmentally-friendly Agriculture, and Importance of their Commercialization

친환경농업 해충방제용 제제의 현황과 전망, 그리고 산업화의 중요성

  • Kim, In-Seon (Division of Applied Bioscience and Biotechnology, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Chonnam National University) ;
  • Kim, Ik-Soo (Division of Plant Biotechnology, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Chonnam National University)
  • 김인선 (전남대학교 농업생명과학대학 응용생물공학부) ;
  • 김익수 (전남대학교 농업생명과학대학 식물생명공학부)
  • Published : 2009.09.30

Abstract

The use of bioactive materials derived from microorganisms and plants has played a role in pest management in environmentally-friendly agriculture (EFA) system. In Korea, a number of agricultural agents for the control of insect pests have been registered officially as biopesticides and marketed widely. However, most of the biopesticides has a limitation in the resource availability of bioactive materials, which has been one of main problems related to the commercialization of agricultural agents. Plant materials and microbial metabolites are the best sources as starting components to commercialize natural-occurring agricultural agents for pest management. The lack of modernized system for the standardization and quality control of the starting materials, however, has also received as a main problem related to the commercialization of agricultural agents. Considered that EFA business has kept growing bigger and bigger with global economic status, the commercialization of agricultural agents is necessary to meet the required number of agricultural agents officially available in EFA. This study describes the status and future prospects of pest control agents in EFA. A number of main issues hindered in the commercialization of agricultural agents are discussed in order to present a promising approach to successful commercialization.

Keywords

biopesticide;environmentally-friendly agriculture;pesticide

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