Casa Del Nino Science High School
Fe. Medalla Street, Pacita Complex II, San Pedro, Laguna
The Feasibility of Malunggay leaves (Moringa Oleifera)
and Chili fruit (Capsicum Frutescens) as Pesticide
Arinsol, John Miguel
Banzale, Bryan Barroba
Lakampuenga, Christian Matthew
Maglasang, Jonah Christine
Muramatsu, Alizah Marie
Salcedo, Tyrone James
Talens, Tristan Ashley
Mrs. Marianne Rayala
February 26, 2013
1.1 Background of the study
The Pesticide is a substance used to kill, repel, or control certain forms of animal life that are considered to be pests. A pesticide chemical can rarely be used as originally manufactured. The pesticide must be diluted with water, oil, air or chemically inactive solids so that it can be handled by application equipment and spreads evenly over the area to be treated. It includes cockroach killer.
Malunggay is called “Malunggay” in the Phippines, “Sajina” in the Indian Subcontinent, and “Moringa” in English, it is a popular tree. It grows wildly in a hot tropical climate. Both the leaves and fruits are very nutritious, which contain many vitamins like Vitamin C and other minerals.
Chili, the name, which is spelled differently in many regions chili, chile and chilli. The term chili in most of the world refers exclusively to the smaller hot types of capsicum. It is a hot pepper. Even though chilis maybe though as vegetable, their culinary usage is, a generally spice, the part of the plant that is usually harvested is the fruit.
The researcher conducted the study to find out if the malunggay leaves and chilli fruit could be utilized as a pesticide. And determines the effect of malunggay leaves and chilli fruit to the cockroach.
1.2 Statement of the Problem
This study lies to find out the effectiveness of malunggay leaves and chilli fruit as pesticide.(cockroach killer).
1. Is there a difference on...