How to Make Chilli-Garlic Mosquito Spray
Science Investigatory Project
2 cloves garlic
2 hot peppers
1 Tbsp dish soap
* Finely chop the garlic and hot peppers.
* Pour the chopped ingredients into a mixing bowl. Add the dish soap. * Stir with a mixing spoon. While mixing, crush the garlic and peppers with the edge or back of the spoon, releasing more of the juice into the dish soap. * Fill the jug halfway with tap water. Pour in the mixed ingredients and seal the cap.
* Shake vigorously.
* Reopen the jug and fill the rest of the way with tap water. Seal the jug.
* Shake gently and store overnight in a cool, dark place.
* Mix your concentrate with water. Mix fresh tap water with your garlic concentrate in a spray bottle at a ratio of 64:1. If you intend to use the same spray bottle each time, mark a fill line at the bottom for the proper volume of concentrate for that bottle.
* Apply your insect repellent like other commercial repellents.
Result and Discussion
We gathered some insect for our observation.(Look the table below) Sprayed
| Downy spray
Group of ant, when spray Died
| Group ant, didn’t die, still eating
| Cockroach, now Confused, then die
| Cockroach ,didn’t die, escaped
My Group mates discussed that our investigatory project is a success. We retain. Our goal to make our project successful. Our Insect Repellent is non chemical and organic free. We made this project for because we would like to prevent of wasting food and Dengue Virus. Garlic is species in the onion genus, Alliums. Its close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek, chive, and rakkyo. With a history of human use of over 7,000 years, garlic is native to central Asia, and has long been a staple in the Mediterranean region, as well as a frequent seasoning in Asia, Africa, and Europe. It was known to Ancient Egyptians, and has been used...
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