Background of the study
This study is done by the researcher to give importance to the chili and kamias fruit. Not just in food, but the researcher wanted to produce a mosquito killer out of them. For all we know that chili has been tested and proven to be the one good ingredient in mosquito killer making and what if it is added by the acidic property of kamias fruit? The researcher wanted to know the effect of the combined property of each fruit. Chili or (Capsicum frutescens)- Capsicum frutescens includes very few varieties of chillies.The origin of this species is not very clear but it is believed to have originated in Central or South America. From here it spread rapidly across the tropical and sub tropical regions in this area. Today, this species is endemic throughout the major portion Northern, Central and Western South America.It is commonly used as a food spice because of its hot and spicy taste Kamias or (Hedychium cornarium)
apsicum frutescens most often refers to hot pepper plants, the peppers themselves, and the volatile oil that gives the peppers their trademark heat. Capsicum is at times referred to as a pesticide, but that may be a misnomer. Pesticides are substances that kill insects, and capsicum has only been proven to kill a very few insects. However, some of the challenges in determining its lethality result from its effectiveness as a pest repellent. Other People Are Reading
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