"The Potential of Using Indigenous Pesticidal Plants for Insect Pest Control to Small Scale Farmers in Africa"
written by Angela G. Mkindi, Kelvin M. Mtei, Karoli N. Njau, Patrick A. Ndakidemi,
published by American Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol.6 No.19, 2015
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