Rosemary Oil Studies
Scientific and clinical studies that have involved rosemary essential oil:
"Rosemary [Rosmarinus officinalis] vapor inhibited T. viride and P. chrysogenum for 12 weeks and A. niger for 10 weeks (Fig. 1b)."
Vina W. Yang (corresponding author), Carol A. Clausen
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, One Gifford Pinchot Drive, Madison, WI 53705-2398, USA
"Aphids were released in a screenhouse and allowed to choose between tobacco plants in an area permeated with rosemary oil odor and plants in a control area. The number of aphids in the treatment area was about 70% of that in the control area. These results indicated that the landing of M. persicae on host plants was influenced by odors and that it may be possible to control aphids with repellents."
Leaf Tobacco Research Laboratory, Japan Tobacco Inc., Idei 1900, Oyama, Tochigi, 323-0808, Japan
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