Essential Oils for Pesticide Alternatives in Organic Farming - Mayans Secret News
Plant Safety, Horticultural Benefits, and Disease Efficacy of Essential Oils.
CTAHR researchers and extension faculty will work with certified organic producers in Hawaii and four other states (Florida, South Carolina, Georgia and California) to evaluate the effectiveness of organically certified plant essential oils (EOs) on major fruit pathogens such as avocado scab, anthracnose (fungal disease), and powdery mildew in targeted tropical and temperate fruit crops such as avocado, mango, blueberry and peach.
Efforts will look at increasing organic orchard productivity of Hawaii‘s more than $2.4 million avocado and mango industries and offering growers an organic spray program using organic plant EOs. The goal is for crop producers to rapidly adopt the organic practices set forth by the researchers as a result of the data they gathered, thus improving their market competitiveness.
Essential Oils Blog and Website: DISCLAIMER of Use: The information on this website is not purposed to replace professional medical diagnosis, treatment or even advice. You should always consult a qualified healthcare professional with questions about any medical condition. The information is not a substitute for medical or psychological treatment. Any results presented on this website do not constitute a warranty, guarantee, or prediction regarding the outcome of an individual for any particular issue. While all materials and links to other resources are posted in good faith, the accuracy, validity, effectiveness, completeness, or usefulness of any information herein, as with any publication, cannot be guaranteed. Mayan's Secret accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever for the use or misuse of the information contained on MayansSecret.com website. We strongly advise that you seek professional advice as appropriate before making any health decision in regards to the your specific use of any 100% pure Organic Therapeutic grade essential oils.
- web master