Over the last few decades, the use of chemical fertilizers for crop production and use of agrochemicals for the management of soil-borne pathogens has resulted in development of resistance in the pathogens and increased susceptibility of plants to diseases. Indiscriminate use of the chemicals and monocropping system have resulted in loss of productivity. The chemicals that are used have deleterious effects on no target organisms. From the point of environmental safety and to maintain the necessary ecological balance of the soil community, it is essential to identify alternate remedies for the management of pathogens. This book, therefore,provides an insight to eco-friendly strategies which can be adopted in farming practices to manage the soil-borne plant pathogens. The highlights of the results of the application of these strategies at the field level on solanaceous crops are presented to help researchers,environmentalists, horticulturists and farmers or anyone else who ever is interested in organic farming.