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India is home to a number of plants that have medicinal/pest repellent properties. Some of these are Neem, Pongamia, Papaya, Hemp, Agave, Dhatura, Calotrpis, Castor, etc. Indigenous and traditional knowledge practices also advice the use of crushed garlic & chilly. Similar to liquid manure, the pest repellents needs to be crushed and mixed in water. The ratio of botanicals is one third of the vessel, mixed with 5lts of cow urine and filled with water. Pest repellent properties of the plant are to be used well before the active ingredient decompose hence it should be used within 3 to 7 days of fermentation.

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