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Twenty aphid species infesting 33 medicinal and aromatic plant species are reported for the first time from Poonch Division of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan.
However, some obstacles stand in the way of exporting and marketing aromatic and medicinal plants, such as the instability in quantities produced for exports, and the sharp competition from other countries in the export markets of medicinal and aromatic plants [3].
Chapter 1 introduces the characteristics of medicinal and aromatic plants, and discusses environmental concerns and other issues surrounding the mechanisation of these crops.
The medicinal and aromatic plant industry is aware of the threats and has created a unique assembly called the Medicinal Plant Working Group (MP-WG).
Characterization of the aromatic plant samples Material Plant part Oil yield, mg/g Fresh Dried Dill, Anethum graveolens L.
Clarins Aromatic Plant Day Cream: Fantastic if you only need a light moisturiser.
Economics of Ecologically Sound Supply and the Marketing of the Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Materials
For example, 2,200 lbs (1 metric ton) of a highly aromatic plant like lavender only produces about 22 lbs (10 kg) of essence.
Sheppard also cited the use of peanut oil in Clarins' Extra Comfort Toning Lotion and its Aromatic Plant Purifying Mask.
Sohar, June 23 (ONA) Oman Refineries and Petrochemical Industries Company (Orpic) announced a new record level of para-xylene and benzene production by the company's Aromatic Plant in Sohar.
Summary: JEDDAH: Customs officers in the northern border city of Hudaitha have seized a large quantity of drugs which the traffickers tried to smuggle into the Kingdom by hiding them in bags of coffee and zaatar (thyme), a low-growing aromatic plant of the mint family, said Ibrahim Al-Anazi, acting director general of the Customs Department, on Sunday.
Global climate change could ultimately lead to losses of key medicinal and aromatic plant species, according to researchers and conservationists whose findings are reported in HerbalGram, the quarterly journal of the American Botanical Council (ABC).
Sohar: Oman Refineries and Petrochemical Industries Company (Orpic) has announced a new record production of para-xylene and benzene by the company's aromatic plant in Sohar.