Essential Oils for Pesticide Alternatives in Organic Farming - Mayans Secret News

Essential Oils for Pesticide Alternatives in Organic Farming - Mayans Secret News

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.

Essential Oils against Klebsiella pneumoniae - Mayans Secret News

Essential Oils against Klebsiella pneumoniae - Mayans Secret News

Klebsiella pneumoniae is a nosocomial agent during nosocomial outbreaks. Many plant oils have antimicrobial activities and have been studied as nat...
Essential Oils for hair care - Pure Organic Essential Oil - Mayans Secret News

Essential Oils for hair care - Pure Organic Essential Oil - Mayans Secret News

Essential Oils for hair care - Pure Organic Essential Oil. Did you know, by adding just a few drops of essential oils to your daily hair care routine can help increase hair growth and moisturize your oily scalp.

While coconut oil, almond oil, and jojoba oil are already in your wheelhouse to strengthen and moisturize hair, adding essential oils to the mix can really increase their effectiveness.

Essential Oils used for Organic Farming as a Pesticide Alternative - Pure Organic Essential Oil - Mayans Secret News

Essential Oils used for Organic Farming as a Pesticide Alternative - Pure Organic Essential Oil - Mayans Secret News

Essential Oil News: The use of essential oils. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture awarded a nearly $2 million grant to a team of scientists for an Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative project to study the degree to which essential oils can help suppress certain pathogens and pests. In his role as a small fruit pathologist in the Department of Plant Pathology, Oliver will investigate the use of essential oils in organic blueberry production, the state’s top fruit crop.