Published May 1997
by Bloch Pub Co .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Mosquito Guard Repellent Candle (12 oz) Made with Natural Plant Based Ingredients - Citronella, Lemongrass, Rosemary, Cedarwood Oil - Deet Free out of 5 . Experience a rustically beautiful Jamaican resort. Citronella Scented Candles, OZ Natural Soy Wax Bucket Candles Flower Pot Travel Tin Candle Sets for Indoor or Outdoor, Garden, Patio, Camping Picnic -2 Packs out of 5 stars 18 $ $ Unlike the more popular mosquito plant citrosa, both species of citronella grass contain all three components in the following amounts (4): Cymbopogon nardus: up to 20% geraniol. 15% citronellal, and 8% citronellol. Cymbopogon winterianus: up to 24% geraniol, 45% citronellal.
Citronella grass is a clump forming perennial grass in zones , but many gardeners in northern climates grow it as an annual. Citronella grass can be a dramatic addition to containers, but it can grow feet ( m.) tall and feet ( m.) wide. Citronella . Also called mosquito plant, the citronella geranium cultivar is a perennial in USDA plant hardiness zones 9b through In other areas, it is either left in the ground and grown as an annual or. Citronella oil is a natural product – a good ‘organic product’. Keep in mind that it is also 2 times more deadly than Roundup. When I found this web site I immediately thought of the Teicholz book, The Big Fat Surprise, because as the Kirkus Reviews says, it “tracks the process by which a hypothesis morphs into truth without the. Citronella Essential Oil. Citronella is an aromatic, perennial grass that is cultivated primarily in Asia. Click on a book's title to view details and read a full review for the book. Visit AromaWeb's Books area to find details about many other essential oil and aromatherapy books.
Citronella Plants. Widely accepted as a mosquito repellent, citronella plants are annuals or tender perennials. Hardy in zones 9b thro citronella plants have beautiful lavender/violet blooms and aromatic foliage. Citronella is evergreen in the appropriate zones and blooms repeatedly. For centuries, citronella has been used for a variety of purposes, including: as an insect repellent as an antifungal agent to treat parasitic infections to promote wound healing to lift mood or fight fatigue in perfumes or as a flavor additive in food. Citronella, Comonfort. K likes. Restaurante-Terraza. Citronella (Oil of Citronella) () Fact Sheet Issued: 11/99 On This Page I. Description of the Active Ingredient II. Use Sites, Target Pests, and Application Methods III. Assessing Risks to Human Health IV. Assessing Risks to the Environment V. Regulatory Information VI. Products for Use Against Public Health Pests VII. Producer Information VIII.