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  1. 1991-12-19 The following are abstracted from an article in the magazine Baobab, #5, 1990. They in turn learned it from "The Farming World" of BBC World Service. First a review. You have read in previous issues of EDN and probably elsewhere about this tree's use in insect control. There are many active...  
  2. 1991-12-19 We Are Beginning Our Second Decade! Sudanese Experience With Neem To Control Pests Some Helpful Facts About Salinity Caution About Using Moringa Tree Roots As A Horseradish Substitute Guidelines For Farmers Near Volcanos Who Must Now Plant In Fresh Volcanic Ash Use Of Partially Buried Flower Pots...  
  3. 1992-04-01 Discussion of a Neem tree disease in West Africa.  
  4. 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...  
  5. 1993-01-01 Heavy flowering of Neem indicates trouble? Dr. Jason Yapp, Agricultural Services & Development Manager, Rural Development Corporation, Malaysia.“I would like to reply to Nigel Florida’s inquiry regards to successful tropical mushroom cultivation Timothy Volk, MCC, Nigeria. “I noted Eddie...  
  6. 1993-03-19 Larry Radice shared in EDN 39 his success in treating scabies with neem leaves. In response, Dr. S. X. Charles at the Medical and Cancer Research and Treatment Center in India sent us the results of a study of 814 people treated with neem and turmeric. Scabies is normally treated with a scrub...  
  7. 1995-06-19 Dave Morneauin the Central Plateau of Haiti asked us about the Haitian beekeepers’ belief that neem(Azadirachta indica) or chinaberry (Melia azedarach) blossom nectar is harmful to honeybees, since leaves and seeds are widely used to control insects. Joy Niland, Food Gardens Foundation, South...  
  8. 1996-04-19 A method for extending the viability of neem seed.  
  9. 1996-10-19 CINDY FAKE with Foodfor the Hungry in Mozambique wrote about her experiences controlling locusts with a tea made from leaves of the neem tree (Azadirachta indica). Meg LaVal in Costa Rica wrote of her successes withvermicomposting, or using worms to create compost quickly. “I have worked...  
  10. 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...