Dysphania ambrosioides

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Dysphania ambrosioides in different languages.

Ambrina ambrosioides
Ambrina anthelmintica
Ambrina incisa
Ambrina parvula
Ambrina spathulata
Atriplex ambrosioides
Atriplex anthelmintica
Blitum ambrosioides
Botrys ambrosioides
Botrys anthelmintica
Chenopodium amboanum
Chenopodium ambrosioides
Chenopodium angustifolium
Chenopodium anthelminticum
Chenopodium citriodorum
Chenopodium cuneifolium
Chenopodium integrifolium
Chenopodium querciforme
Chenopodium sancta-maria
Chenopodium spathulatum
Chenopodium suffruticosum
Chenopodium vagans
Chenopodium variegatum
Dysphania anthelmintica
Mexican tea
Orthosporum ambrosioides
Orthosporum suffruticosum
Roubieva anthelmintica
Teloxys ambrosioides
Teloxys vagans
Vulvaria ambrosioides
Bitterweed
Indian goosefoot
Jesuit's tea
Mexican tea
Wormseed
Breslauer Tee
Eiche aux Kappadozien
Jesuitentee
Kartäusertee
Mexikanisches Teekraut
Mexikanisches Traubenkraut
Teegänsefuß
Wohlriechender Gänsefuß
Chénopode ambroisine
Chénopode fausse-ambroisie
Chénopode fausse-armoise
Herbe-aux-vers
Thé du Mexique
Ajasote
Ambrosia
Apazote
Hierba hormiguera
Hierba sagrada
Hierba santa
Paico
Paico macho
Pazote
Santonina
Té de España
Té de Méjico
Té de Nueva España
Farinella suffruticoso
Farinello aromatico
Farinello integrifoglio
Chenopodium ambrosioides
Chenopodium ambrosioides var. ambrosiodes
Chenopodium ambrosioides var. pubescens
Chenopodium integrifolium
Chenopodium suffruticosum

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68. Bushbabies are meat, too: Farmers in Malawi use indigenous plants to manage pests and livestock diseases


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Prof Steven R Belmain
Agriculture, Health and Environment Department
Natural Resources Institute
Faculty of Engineering and Science
University of Greenwich
Using pesticidal plants in
crop protection
Factors affecting plant material usage
Effectiveness
Cost
Availability
Toxicity
Ease of use
Acceptability
Versatility
Cost was considered most important
factor by farmers in Ghana
low cost high cost
Pesticidal plants usually do not...

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