1. The purpose of this publication is to make a beginning towards two parallel efforts that we feel are required. The first is to provide authentic information to rejuvenate self-help methods based on Neem, particularly in the context of agriculture and medicine. The second is to create an awareness...
  2. A cornerstone of the Ayurvedic tradition, neem has been called "the village pharmacy" for thousands of years. When the National Research Council published a report on neem in 1992, they called it a "tree for solving global problems." This book provides an overview of the groundbreaking research...
  3. While questions still remain about the dosage required in human beings, neem clearly has great potential in preventing malaria, a parasite that kills more than a million people per year. Several in vitro studies indicate significant protection, including one that concluded it was more effective...
  4. Abstract,Malaria Journal, 2008 Larval control of malaria vectors has been historically successful in reducing malaria transmission, but largely fell out of favour with the introduction of synthetic insecticides and bed nets. However, an integrated approach to malaria control, including larval...
  5. 2009-04-01 In a recent publication of the Journal of Agronomy for Sustainable Development, researchers (Montes-Molina et al) found that the antibacterial properties of neem (Azadirachta indica) leaf extract significantly lower the soil population of the bacterium Rhizobium spp. in plantings of beans...
  6. 1992-07-19 Cheru Tessema in Ethiopiaasked local farmers how they keep monkeys out of their fields Neem disease in West Africa.While there are still many neem trees (particularly in plantations) that continue to suffer from decline, many other neems (in villages, along roadsides and in the Majjia Valley...
  7. 1992-04-01 Discussion of a Neem tree disease in West Africa.
  8. 1996-04-19 A method for extending the viability of neem seed.
  9. 2006-01-20 In an experiment reported in theIndian Journal ofMalariology(33: 81-87), authors M.A. Ansari and R.K. Razdan describe how burning 1% neem oil in kerosene lamps from dusk to dawn resulted in the movement of the mosquitoAnophelesculicifacies(a carrier of the malaria pathogen) from living rooms to...
  10. Key Resource
    1984-04-20 This technical note was published in the early 80's when there were relatively few sources of information on, or seed for the the neem tree. In recent years much progress has been made in each of these areas. The information contained in this technical note is still quite valuable. A good source...