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Tephrosia leaf offers low-cost tick protection

Extract from the leaves of a common African shrub, Tephrosia vogelii, has long been used by certain pastoralist communities to protect their cattle against ticks. Now validated by science, this low-cost biological acaricide is being promoted by several Kenyan organisations, and endorsed by the government.
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Excellent Information. please mail me such articles it will help in our surrounding poor people, last week one buffallo died due to snake bite as it was late night we could not help her. once more many many thanks
posted by: Dr Suryakant Bansude (10:02:19 Sun 19th January 2014)



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