Repellency of botanicals against S. zeamais
What is it about?
This paper reports how some botanicals in the form of leaf powder, methanolic and ethanolic extracts exhibited repellent actions against the maize weevils infesting sorghum grains. Findings of this study reveal that E. balsamifera, L. inermis, M. hirtus and S. obtusifolia were repellent against the weevil and could be used to protect sorghum grains against the insect infestations.
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