Neem Oil

Product Code: Neem Oil
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100 % Pure, Natural, Filtered, Un-refined and Cold-Pressed Greenfield Neem Oil can be applied to a wide variety of crops and ornamental plants for effectively reducing or killing pests and insects, and preventing powdery mildew on plants. It is a useful repellent for mites and controls over 200 species of chewing or sucking insects; yet does not harm the beneficial insects. 

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1. As foliar spray: Neem Oil foliar spray @ 1 % concentration is most useful when applied to young plants. It is non-toxic to birds, fish, bees and wildlife, and no cancer or other disease-causing results from its use.

2. As Insecticide: Neem Oil insecticide works as a systemic in many plants when applied as a soil drench. It is absorbed by the plant and distributed throughout the tissue. Once the product is in the plant’s vascular system, insects intake it during feeding. The compound Azadirachtin causes insects to reduce or stop feeding, can prevent larvae from maturing, reduces or interrupts mating behaviour and, in some cases, the oil coats the breathing holes of insects and kills them.

3. As a Fungicide: Neem Oil fungicide is useful against fungi, mildews and rusts when applied in a 1 % solution. It is also helpful for other kinds of issues such as Root Rot, Black Spot, Sooty Mould, etc.

4. Frequency: Using Neem Oil once a week will kill insect-pests and keep fungal issues at bay. 

 NOTES

Apply Neem Oil only in indirect light or in the evening. Also do not use Neem Oil in extreme temperatures, either too hot or too cold, and to stressed plants due to drought or over-watering.

Since it is an oil, its solution in water should be kept agitated and applied as soon as possible. Alternatively, adding any emulsifier such as ½-1 tsp of mild organic liquid soap or shampoo will facilitate easy application.

Neem Oil is a naturally occurring safe, non-toxic, eco-friendly, bio-degradable, anti-fungal and bio-pesticide found in seeds from the Neem (Azadirachata indica) tree. It is dark greenish-yellow to brown in colour, has a bitter taste, and a garlic/sulphur smell. Azadirachtin is the most active component in Neem oil which repels and kills a large number of insect-pest species.

100 % Pure, Natural, Filtered, Un-refined and Cold-Pressed Greenfield Neem Oil can be applied to a wide variety of crops and ornamental plants for effectively reducing or killing pests and insects, and preventing powdery mildew on plants. It is a useful repellent for mites and controls over 200 species of chewing or sucking insects; yet does not harm the beneficial insects. Greenfield Neem Oil leaves no residues in the soil and final produce. Azadirachtin can also repel and reduce the feeding of nematodes. 

APPLICATION

1. As Foliar Spray. Neem Oil foliar spray @ 1 % concentration is most useful when applied to young plants. It is non-toxic to birds, fish, bees and wildlife, and no cancer or other disease-causing results from its use.

2. As Insecticide. Neem Oil insecticide works as a systemic in many plants when applied as a soil drench. It is absorbed by the plant and distributed throughout the tissue. Once the product is in the plant’s vascular system, insects intake it during feeding. The compound Azadirachtin causes insects to reduce or stop feeding, can prevent larvae from maturing, reduces or interrupts mating behaviour and, in some cases, the oil coats the breathing holes of insects and kills them.

3. As Fungicide. Neem Oil fungicide is useful against fungi, mildews and rusts when applied in a 1 % solution. It is also helpful for other kinds of issues such as Root Rot, Black Spot, Sooty Mould, etc.

4. Frequency. Using Neem Oil once a week will kill insect-pests and keep fungal issues at bay. 

5. Specifications:

 NOTES

Apply Neem Oil only in indirect light or in the evening. Also do not use Neem Oil in extreme temperatures, either too hot or too cold, and to stressed plants due to drought or over-watering.

Since it is an oil, its solution in water should be kept agitated and applied as soon as possible. Alternatively, adding any emulsifier such as ½-1 tsp of mild organic liquid soap or shampoo will facilitate easy application.


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