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Today,Insect Pest management (IPM) has to face up to the economic andecological consequences of the use of pest control measures.Fifty years of sustained .
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A review of essential oils as biopesticide in insect–pest management. Article (PDF. . apart from pesticidal potential (Franzios et al., 1997;. Chang and Cheng, 2002)
Fulltext – Green Pesticides: Essential Oils as Biopesticides in Insect-pest. studying and evaluating the botanical insecticides (e.g., EOs) for pest management in both. and their potential uses as bio-insecticides against important insect pests.
most of the natural products used for pest control, are not always subject to rigorous testing. In view of. . literature on biopesticidal potential of essential oils from the year 2000. .. botanical preparations increased the farmers confidence.
Essential oils show good potential in the control of insect and mite pests; they. . deposited in the herbarium of the Medical Botany Chair, Faculty of Pharmacy, .