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  • Pyrethrum was introduced to PNG in the late 1950s, becoming a major highland industry employing as many as 80,000 people by the late 1980s.

    Sir John Crawford Memorial Address

  • It seems my rigorous mowing regime as well as Pyrethrum applications are working.

    May 27th, 2008

  • There are also areas of remaining natural grassland and bamboo, although some of the grasslands are being converted to Pyrethrum and potato plantations.

    Eastern Arc forests

  • Permethrin does not provide the quick kill like Pyrethrum but it does last from 1-2 weeks.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Though products like Malathion have been used over the years for such applications, you will achieve better results with Pyrethrum and Permethrin and they have little if any odor.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • If you intend on doing a lot of fogging, you should consider getting our DEODORIZED OIL in bulk form and then adding Pyrethrum and Permethrin to the mix.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • As good as Pyrethrum is, it will not provide any residual.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Thailand on the other hand also has considerable local pesticide production, while no such production exists in the Dominican Republic, and only a small Pyrethrum industry exists in Kenya, amounting to about US$ 1 million annually.

    4. Case studies of small-scale semi-industrial neem processing in Kenya, Thailand, the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua

  • Pyrethrum powder applied to storage structures and commodities.

    4. Farm and village level storage

  • Pyrethrum has quick knockdown properties and is the active ingredient in millions of aerosol spray cans people use against flies and mosquitoes.

    10 Next Steps

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