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CLOSE THIS BOOKCase Studies of Neem Processing Projects Assisted by GTZ in Kenya, Dominican Republic, Thailand and Nicaragua (GTZ, 2000, 152 p.)
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1. Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.1 Survey of the GTZ's neem activities
1.2 General introduction to neem products
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.2.1 Need for neem products for pest management
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.2.2 Efficacy of neem-based pesticides
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.2.3 Comparison between home-made products and commercial products
2. Survey of neem-processing methods
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.1 Home-made products
2.2 Commercial products
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2.1 Collection systems
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2.2 Harvesting methods
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2.3 Processing technology seeds
Extraction technologies
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTA) Extraction with alcohol (also called one-step extraction)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTB) Refined neem extracts - AZADIRACHTIN-ENRICHED EXTRACTS (also called two-step extraction plant)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTC) Extraction using centrifuges
VIEW THE DOCUMENTD) Extraction with Supracritical CO2
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Investment costs of setting up a neem-processing plant
4. Case studies of small-scale semi-industrial neem processing in Kenya, Thailand, the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua
VIEW THE DOCUMENTComparison of selected countries
4.1 Kenya
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.1 Introduction, previous activities and other projects in Kenya in relation to neem
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.2 Situation found prior to the project for neem industrialisation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.3 The beginning of small-scale commercial neem production
4.1.4 Economic assessment of the neem processing plant in Kenya
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.4.1 Technical and economic description of Saroneem Biopesticides Ltd
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.4.2 Production costs
4.1.5 Market potential, investment possibilities, marketing and development strategies
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.5.1 Marketing of neem products to date
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.5.2 Market potential
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.5.3 Analysis of Economic production with and without the use of neem pesticides
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.5.4 Market growth potential and substitution possibilities
4.1.6 ''Lessons learnt''
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.6.1 Project concept
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.6.2 Marketing and development strategies
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.7 Investment possibilities
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.8 Post-project experience
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.9 References
4.2 Documentation of neem activities in Thailand with special reference to the Thai Neem Products Company Ltd and the assistance provided to the DoA, Toxicological Division by CiM
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.1 Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.2 Previous activities and other projects in relation to neem
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.3 Situation found concerning abundance of neem trees and of raw material supply
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.4 Small-scale commercial neem production
4.2.5 Economical assessment of Thai Neem Products Company Ltd
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.5.1 Selected key data of the plant
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.5.2 Production costs
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.5.3 Investment possibilities
4.2.6 Market potential, marketing and development strategies
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.6.1 The pesticide market in Thailand
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.6.2 Marketing of neem products to date
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.6.3 Market potential
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.6.4 Market promotion
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.6.5 Marketing channel and distribution
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.6.6 Analysis of economic production with and without the use of neem pesticides
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.7 ''Lessons learnt'' and recommendations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.8 References
4.3. Small-scale industrial manufacturing of neem-based pesticides in the Dominican Republic
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.1 Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.2 Previous activities and other projects related to neem
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.3 Small-scale commercial neem manufacturing in the Dominican Republic
4.3.4 Economic assessment of the neem-processing plant in the Dominican Republic
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.4.1 Technical and economic description of FAMA's neem-processing plant
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.4.2 Production costs of FAMA's neem-processing plant
4.3.5 Market potential for neem pesticides in the Dominican Republic
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.5.1 Marketing to date
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.5.2 Market potential of neem pesticides
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.5.3 Analysis of the economic production with and without the use of neem pesticides
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.5.4 Market growth potential and substitution possibilities
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.6 ''Lessons learnt'' - recommendations
4.4 Small-scale commercial neem production in Nicaragua
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.1 Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.2 Previous activities and other projects in relation to neem
4.4.3 Small-scale commercial neem production in Nicaragua
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.3.1 Seed collection
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.3.2 Processing activities
4.4.4 Economical assessment of COPINIM's processing plant in Nicaragua
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.4.1 Technical and economic description of the neem processing plant
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.4.2 Production costs at COPINIM's neem processing plant
4.4.5 Market potential for neem pesticides in Nicaragua
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.5.1 Marketing of neem pesticides to date
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.5.2 Market potential
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.5.3 Further neem manufacturers in Nicaragua
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.5.4 Analysis of the economic production with and without the use of neem pesticides
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.5.5 Market growth potential and substitution possibilities in Nicaragua
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.6 ''Lessons learnt'', recommendations and development strategies
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.7 References
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4.8 Units
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Summary and Outlook
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