Growing crops entails a lot of work, not to mention the time and money invested. However, farmers are often bridled with problems concerning their crops – plant pests and diseases that if unfortunately affect their crops, can decrease their production in varying degrees. The November 2009 World Summit on Food Security asserts that “crop production provides about 84 percent of global food, feed, and fiber needs and virtually all human endeavors depend on food security. Crop pests, including diseases, insects and weeds, should be overcome to meet future needs”. The same conference provided compelling data that “insect pests are estimated to have caused the destruction of 15 percent of crops” on a global scale (World Summit on Food Security 2009)….