1. 01/02/2006 38 pages Anamed no. 117
  2. 01/01/1986 This booklet provides information on the Neem tree especially for use in the Philippines. It provides information on growing neem and the uses of the neem tree including as an inexpensive insecticide. 12 pages, iluustrations, photos
  3. 01/01/1996 This booklet presents information about neem, one of the most ancient and widley used herbs on earth. A major herbal ingredient in Ayurvedic preparations, neem has been revered in India for over 4,000 years yet is almost unknown in th West. 80 pages
  4. 12/01/1986 This booklet explores the potential for agricultural, indutrial, and commercial exploitation of the Neem tree. Neem is potentially one of the most valuable of all semi-arid zone trees.
  5. 24/02/1993 This book contains paperson neem: production, developments, and neem use as pest control.
  6. The editors of this volume hope that the proceedings will act as a catalyst to stimulate thinking and action among researchers interested in neem improvement. It is encourageing to note that the work plan for seed exchange developed during the conference is already being implemented and that...
  7. Included in this booklet are abstracts of the Second International Neem Conference.
  8. The main purpose of this conference was to obtain an overview of the present knowledge on the use of neem products, especially for pest control purposes. Furthermore, the stimulation of neem research and of international cooperation was expected from it.
  9. The report has been produced particularly for nonspecialists such as government organizations, and entrepreneurs. It continues a subseries of reports describing promising tree resources that heretofore have been neglected or overlooked.
  10. Excerpt from Neem's Potential in Pest Management Programs: Proceedings of the Usda Neem Workshop, Beltsville, Maryland, April 16-17, 1990 In 1974-75, a group at Columbia University in New York reported the chemical identification of portions of the azadirachtin and salannin molecules responsible...