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  Analytics Development of vertebrate toxicants and repellants from indigenous plants for use in crop protection.

Subject: Botanical pesticides; Botanical rodenticides; Toxicity of botanicals.

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  Analytics Natural na mga pestisidyo.

by Gibe, B.P.;

Subject: Botanical pesticides.

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  Analytics Plants act as natural pesticides.

by Gibe, B.P.;

Subject: Botanical pesticides -- Ethnobotanicals.

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  Analytics Plants as natural pesticides.

by America, Leila C.;

Subject: Ethnobotany -- Botanical pesticides.

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  Analytics Botanical pesticides mean safer crop protection.

Subject: Botanical pesticides -- Plant protection.

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  Technical Report Studies on the utilization of botanical pesticides in Region 3.

by Perez, Milagros A.; Munoz, Nueva Ecija: CLSU, 1992. 31p.


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  Analytics Ilang halaman, may potensyal kontra-kulisap ng mangga.

by Gibe, B.P.;

Subject: Mangoes -- Pest control -- Botanical pesticides.

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  Thesis The Toxicity of Tubli (Derris elliptica) roots at different salinity levels on prawn and other pond species, 1990.

by Templora, Vilma F.; 1990.

Subject: Botanical pesticides; Derris elliptica; Shrimp culture.

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  Analytics Bakuwog, sinusugpo and "golden apple snail".

by Gibe, B.P.;

Subject: Botanical pesticides; Bakuwog; Golden apple snail.

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  Analytics "Nami" extract found most effective to protect cassava and ubi seedpieces.

by Gibe, Benjie P.;

Subject: Nami; Asiatic bitter yam -- Botanical pesticides.

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