In recent years pest management philosophy is aimed to keep the pest population below Economic Injury Level and protect the agricultural production from the pests and pathogens. Integrated pest management (IPM) is catching up very fast and reducing the pressure on injudicious use of synthetic pesticides. The chapters on IPM in present book provides an insight about integration of physical, cultural, biological and chemical control methods for various pest and pathogens of various foods and cash crops. Each chapter deals with specific IPM Techniques applied for various crops under field conditions which are based upon the research findings of the researchers. The book will be useful for the researchers working in the fields of agriculture, microbiology, entomology, pathology, nematology, ecology, botany, zoology and forestry.