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2007-09-30 09:09:20
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== == I had a cricket in my house, and I dropped one drop of citronella essential oil on it. It died within 20 seconds.


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No, it's a word used for a variety of plants. Citronella candles are candles scented with citronella oil, oil from from plants in the Cymbopogon genus (lemongrass).

No, citronella is not something a horse can eat. It is however used in bug repellents that are often used on horses. If a horse ingests citronella call and equine veterinarian immediately.

Citronella oil contains Citronellal (C10H18O), Citronellol and Geraniol.

"A citronella collar, which teaches dogs not to bark by spraying strong-smelling citronella, has been rated by users as just as effective as a shock collar but much more humane."

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Citronella candles do not work well to deter wasp. Citronella oil mixed with lavender oil does work to deter the wasp. To get rid of the wasp, the nest needs to be located and destroyed.

Citronella oil is one of the essential oils obtained from the leaves and stems of different species of Cymbopogon.

One can purchase citronella oil in home and garden stores. One could purchase citronella oil in places like Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart, and local garden stores.

Two or three drops of citronella oil per candle is all that is needed.

Citronella collars spray citronella in the dogs face if he barks loud enough. The thought behind it is that eventually the dog will get tired of having his face sprayed so he stops barking.

The scent of the citronella can repel mosquitoes, depending on concentration. The oil can also be used to smother larvae and eggs.

Because they are the same thing as yellow ants, citronella is there nickname/scientific name.

Yes, Citronella plant has a very repelling smell for the mosquitoes hence it keeps mosquitoes away.

Citronella is a plant that can be grown by gardeners. Like most herbs, citronella can be extracted in crushed or dried forms. The dried product or extraction, made into a concoction, decoction or essence, can in turn be made into candles, homeopathic insecticides or mosquito repellents.

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Citronella is an oil which is used to repel Mosquito's. It is extracted from the leaves and stems of Cymbopogon which is commonly known as lemongrass.

Citronella Collars are considered a humane way to correct barking. They are totally safe for your dog. The oil of citronella is not toxic. This oil will not harm your dog�۪s eyes or skin. It does do any harm to human eyes or skin either.

Citronella dog collars are widely available and local pet store would be the best place to start. If you cannot get to the local pet store and wish to shop online petedge sell both the collars and citronella refills.

Information available on the internet and pamphlets that are available from your vet suggest that citronella collars are safe for dogs. The information available states that the citronella collar is the most human way to prevent a dog from barking that upsets other pets or people.

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Citronella is a type of oil that will not harm a dog. Citronella is often used as a remedy to discourage dogs from barking. This comes in the form of a collar.

Citronella has wider leaf blades and red pseudostem and common species for essential oil extraction is Cymbopogon nardus. Cymbopogon citratus, which has a sleeker leaf blade and green pseudostem, is lemongrass. Lemongrass is more for cooking, citronella is more for aromatherapy.

Anything with DEET as the active or citronella.

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