• Effective pesticide and fungicide in one
• Extracted from Neem Seeds using Heat Process
Compared to pure cold-pressed Neem Oil, this oil has been extracted by injecting HEAT on the neem seeds. Since pure neem oil has a very strong pungent smell that may not be appealing to many users, this oil has been infused with a carrier oil to counter the strong smell of the neem extracted oil.
USES OF NEEM OIL IN THE GARDEN
- Works against most common pests that feed on the leaves, roots or stems of plants, including aphids,
spider mites, whiteflies, snails, nematodes, mealybugs, gnats, moths, cabbage worms, snails, scale etc.
- Effective in preventing common fungal diseases in plants, including black spots, mildew, and rust.
- Can also prevent some common viruses and other harmful pathogens
- Helps improve germination for seeds and healthy root growth for cuttings
HOW TO USE
Dilute up to 1-2 tbsps of neem oil extract in 1 liter of water. Add a teaspoon of any organic liquid soap (Castile Soap or any mild baby soap) to allow oil and water to mix well.
Shake well until oil residues no longer appear to separate.
Use the mixture to spray generously on plant leaves and stems, making sure to cover the undersides
(but avoiding the flower buds).
Spray only at dawn or late in the afternoon. Repeat after 1-2 days until infestation is managed.
For regular maintenance, apply neem weekly.
- This product has been tested primarily for gardening purposes. Keep away from very young children.
- Clean and wash your harvests thoroughly before serving.
- Some plants are sensitive when exposed for the first time to oil-based elements. Spray the solution
first on a few leaves and wait overnight. If the leave turns brown or gets wrinkled,
discontinue use or increase water content to dilute the neem oil.