The infestation of sucking pest (aphids) is seen in fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) when the crop is one-and-a-half to three months old. Some farmers call it "sakariya".Sometimes the sucking pest aphids cause 70-80 % damage in crops like fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) and mustard (Brassica juncea). According to the farmer, when the wind is mild in the morning, green or dried leaves of eucalyptus are burnt in the farm to create smoke. If needed, the practice is repeated after one week. As it spreads, the smoke eliminates sucking pest aphids. Dr. Amrutlal Parabiya says the smell of eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) expels the pests.)
Crop Family: Myrtaceae
Crop Scientific Name: (Eucalyptus globulus)
Formulation: Green or dried leaves of eucalyptus are used.
Ingredients: Leaves of eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus)
"Extract of Eucalyptus and mehogany reduced aphid population. Bahar, H., Islam, A., Mannan, A. and Uddin, J., 2007. Effectiveness of some botanical extracts on bean aphids attacking yard-long beans. Journal of Entomology, 4(2), pp.136-142."PAS 2:
eucalyptus oil also protects plants from aphids and cannabis.
"Khodeir et al., (2013) stated that, The efficacy of garlic (Allium sativum) oil, and eucalyptus Eucalyptus globulus oil and their combinations with two organophosphorus pesticides, Dimethoate 30 % and Pestban 48%, control some Piercing-Sucking insect pests. Khodeir, I.A., El-Dakhakhni, T.N. and Youssef, A.E., 2013. Effect of Garlic and Eucalyptus oils in comparison to Organophosphatinsecticides against some Piercing-Sucking Faba bean insect Pests and natural enemies populations. Egyptian Academic Journal of Biological Sciences, F. Toxicology & Pest Control, 5(2), pp.21-27."