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Botanical pesticides The term 'Botanical pesticides ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' Pesticides whose active ingredients are plant-produced chemicals such as nicotine, rotenone, or strychnine. Also called plant-derived pesticides. Being 'natural' pesticides, as distinct from synthetic ones, they are typically acceptable to organic farmers'.
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