CINDY FAKE with Food for 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 with vermi composting, or using worms to create compost quickly. “I have worked intensively with worms for 6 months and had good results.
Martin L. Price
The atemoya is one of those few fruits that can be considered a fully adequate dessert.
Grasshoppers and locusts cause extensive damage to a wide variety of crops and can be persistent in gardens year after year. Several ideas for their control are presented.
In the eighties the Palm Oil Research Institute of Malaysia introduced barn owls into an integrated pest management program.