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Natural Insect Control With Leaves And Seeds Of Neem

The development of public knowledge about the dangers of the use of chemicals in agricultural products, would not want to encourage academics and people engaged in agriculture other to produce organic agricultural products. One source of chemicals that contaminate the product - agricultural products derived from the use of pesticides.
Natural Insect Control With Leaves And Seeds Of Neem

WHO and the UN Environment Programme estimates that there are 3 million people working in the agricultural sector in developing countries exposed to toxic pesticides and about 18,000 of whom die each year (Miller, 2004). Some pesticides are carcinogenic that can lead to cancer. Based on a recent study in Environmental Health Perspectives found a strong association between DDT contamination in youth with breast cancer at the age of parents (Barbara and Mary, 2007). According to the NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) in 1998, the results showed that most patients with brain cancer, leukemia and disability in children initially caused by contaminated chemical pesticides. Recent research conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, found that the risk of developing Parkinson's disease increases to 70% in people who are exposed to pesticides even in very low concentrations (Ascherio et al., 2006)

Given the very great danger that can be caused due to the use of chemical pesticides, the need for efforts to eliminate the use of chemical pesticides but still able to increase agricultural output. One effort that can be taken is to use botanical pesticides, namely pesticides whose active ingredients derived from plants that have the ability to protect plants from pests.

One of the plants that have such capability is neem. Substances contained in these plants have the ability to inhibit the growth of insect pests. Plant neem contains azadirachtin, triol, salanin, and nimbin. At this plant can be used for pesticides is part of the seeds and leaves. Here is a way of making botanical pesticides from neem (Soenandar et al., 2010)

Pesticides Vegetable manufacture of neem seeds:

50 grams of neem seed
1 gram detergent (functioning as an emulsifier)

Blender, bucket, cloth Furing.

Natural Insect Control With Leaves And Seeds Of Neem
How to make:
1. Dry neem seed aired along with the seed coat to dry to avoid mildew.
2. Mash or puree beans using a blender.
3. Soak neem seed powder in 1 liter of water overnight (12 hours)
4. Strain the marinade with a cloth Furing
5. Combine the filtering results with a detergent solution, mix well.

Method of application:
Dilute 500 ml of neem seed filter results in 14 liters of water, then apply on land in the afternoon.

Pesticides Vegetable manufacture of neem leaves

1. Blend 50 grams of fresh neem leaves in a blender.
2. Soak the delicate leaves in 1 liter of water overnight (12 hours)
3. Strain the solution with a cloth Furing
4. Mix the solution was filtered with 1 gram of detergent and stir.

Method of application:
Dilute 500 ml of neem leaves the filter in 14 liters of water, then apply on land in the afternoon.

if you want it more simple, you can directly use Neem oil/leaf extract more details please visit neem oil extracts for garden save, and please you choose product you want to control pests on your plants...

Thus a little review of the pesticide plant, hopefully what is described above can be useful, and the reader may be able to practice, if still confused, you can download the video tutorial here.

If when you're practicing can share experiences with the comments of this article, and also perhaps no obstacles please ask in the comments field also.

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