Monthly Archives: April 2012

Invasive weed holds promise for pest control

By David Njagi That smelly weed, mexican marigold, long thought to be a seedy farm colonizer, may just be what you have been looking for to rid your home of crawlies. A group of five students from PC Kinyanjui Technical … Continue reading

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That pint can keep off a mosquitoe bite after all

By David Njagi To many households, the beginning of a family breakdown starts when the man of the home starts staggering home drunk. But from my own experience, I think there are some positive attributes to be found when one … Continue reading

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Urban control of malaria should target breeding sites

By David Njagi A technology which has been shown to be effective in large scale control of malaria and which is similar to one that the Cuban government promised to introduce in Kenya is finally in use. The technology which … Continue reading

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