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Rather than indiscriminate killing of all insects, a better approach is to Repel the insects in the unwanted Zones like agricultural crops. This can be accomplished by using REPEL which is based on …

Rather than indiscriminate killing of all insects, a better approach is to Repel the insects in the unwanted Zones like agricultural crops. This can be accomplished by using REPEL which is based on safe, GRAS, All Natural phyto derived essential oils.

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  • 1. Repel NATURAL PEST REPELLENT FREE FROM CHEMICALS LIKE DEET For Use in Agricultural fields, Home Gardens, Household toilets, Kitchen sinks etc. PROLOGUE Many of the chemical pesticides are carcinogenic, non – bio degradable, and are pollutants to nature. Also they become ineffective due to development of new physiological races of pathogens. Pest repellents, based on essential oils are eco friendly and will not be get immunized by pathogens. Residues are not hazardous to man and animal. They are very safe and biodegradable and non-carcinogenic. They are not a threat to the environment. First studies on the inhibitory action of essential oils on bacterial growth were by Chamberland in 1887. Use of plant extracts to control plant diseases was first reported by Democrats as early as 470 B.C. CONSTITUENTS AND MODE OF ACTION:  "Fatty acids are well known to have insect repellency," says chemist Charles Cantrell.  Anise oil has reportedly been used as an insecticide against head-lice and mites  Catnip is a natural repellent to cockroaches.  Cayenne pepper, citrus oil, lemon juice, cinnamon, coffee grounds repel Ants.  Cedar repels many insects including moths  Citrus is a natural flea deterrent.  Cymbopogon citrate is a safe insect repellent.  Garlic has a natural sulfur which repels insects, including mosquitoes, ticks, fleas and even black flies. An environmentally benign garlic-derived polysulfide product is approved for use in the European Union and the UK as a nematicide and insecticide, including for use for control of cabbage root fly and red mite in poultry.  Marigold is a natural Bug Repellent.
  • 2.  Mint is a known fly repellent.  Sallanin, present in Neem extracts repels many insects including Mosquitos.  Tannic acid neutralizes the allergens in dust mite and animal dander. TARGET INSECTS AND PESTS: Ants, Aphids, Armyworms, Bagworms, Beetles, Boll Weevils, Cankerworms, Caterpillars, Curculios, Cutworms, Earworms, Fruit Flies, Grasshoppers, Lace Bugs, Leafhoppers, Leaf-miners, Leaf-rollers, Loopers, Lygus Bugs, Maggots, Mealy-bugs, Mites, Pickleworm, Psyllids, Scales, Sow-bugs, Thrips, Tortrix, Whiteflies, Wireworms, and others. Repel is very effective against the following pathogens. Helminthosorium oryzae Fusarium lateritium Fusarium sps Helminthosorium compactum Fusarium oxysporum Fusarium solani Fusarium moniliformae Alternaria citri Alternaria alternate Alternaria solani Alternaria sps. Alternaria tenuis Rhizoctonia solani Pythium aphanidermatum Botrytis cinerea Rhizoctonia stolonifer Cladosporium cucumerinum Aspergillus niger Aspergillus flavus Aspergillus sps Aspergillus nidulans Cymbopogan martini Ustilago maydis Curvularia lunata Curvularia sps. Scilerotium oryzae Scilerotium rolfsil Scilerotium sps. Erwinia caratovora Drechslera rostrata Colletotrichum falcatum Rhizopus sps Pistaloshia psidii Ceratocystis paradoxa Periconia atropupurea Pyricularia grisea Phytophthora parasitica Repel can also be used as a seed dresser to prevent infection of soil pathogens to the root system. Seeds can be soaked before germination for 1 hour in Repel. Repel can also be used while transplanting the seedlings. NOVEL FEATURES OF Repel  Becomes odorless within minutes of application  Can be applied to all plants, trees, shrubs, and crops  Easy to use  Environment friendly
  • 3.  Free From harmful chemicals  Has no plant phyto-toxicity  No disposal or storage restrictions  Non-toxic to humans and animals when applied as directed in the label.  Protects plants from attacks of wide spectrum bacterial and fungal plant pathogens  Safe to use, handle, and store When Packed: 100 ml SUGGESTED LEVEL OF APPLICATION: 100-150 ml/ Acre in about 200-300 L depending on the crop once in 15-21 days SUGGESTED METHOD OF APPLICATION: Repel can be applied by air or with ground equipment. A fine spray applied to the entire parts of the plant surface will be most advantageous. Repel works best if applied before pests become a problem. Apply Repel at first sign of insect pests or better before. For vegetables, spray several days before blooming. CAUTION Do not apply during or immediately preceding pollination, as Repel repels bees and other pollinators. FOR BETTER RESULTS: • Apply 4-8 times per season - approximately 15 to 21 days apart. • Begin applications when plants are young and before pests are a problem. • Thorough coverage of infested plants including upper and lower sides of the foliage ensures effective control. STORAGE
  • 4. Do not contaminate water, food, or feed by storage. Store in a cool dry place, out of direct sunlight, away from pets and children

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