This Book does not exist in your language, View in: English (en),
Or use Google Translate:  
বাংলা (bn) | Change Language (Change Language)

It is concluded that interplanting may influence insect populations.  However, some insects may not be repelled by interplantings but may in fact be attracted to them.  It must not be assumed that because a plant species smells aromatic to humans that it will be effective in pest control.  Plant/insect interactions are very complex, requiring further investigation before a more complete understanding is acquired.

Publication Details

  • Published: 1981
  • Publisher: Rodale Press
  • Dewey Decimal: 635.049
  • ECHO Library: 635.049 MAT