1. 1993-02-24 This book contains paperson neem:production, developments, and neem use as pest control.
  2. 2008-01-01 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. 1976-01-01 This book discussed the utilization of neem (Azadirachta indica Juss.) and its by-products as reportedtothe Modified Neem Cake Manurial Project, 1969-1976. 234 pages, illustrated, photos
  4. 1995-01-01 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...
  5. 1996-01-01 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
  6. 1992-01-01 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.
  7. Neem is a very important tree species widely planted in the Sahel region of West Africa, where it is used for firewood windbreaks, greenbelts, and as amenity plantings in cities, towns, and villages.