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Neem Oil (Azadirachta indica) 100 ml

₹100 Ex Tax: ₹100
  • Brand: SHP
  • Product Code: Neem Oil
  • Availability: In Stock
Neem oil is a naturally occurring pesticide found in seeds from the neem tree. It is yellow to brown, has a bitter taste, and a garlic/sulfur smell. I...

Neem oil is a naturally occurring pesticide found in seeds from the neem tree. It is yellow to brown, has a bitter taste, and a

garlic/sulfur smell. It has been used for hundreds of years to control pests and diseases. Components of neem oil can be found in

many products today. These include toothpaste, cosmetics, soaps, and pet shampoos. Neem oil is a mixture of components.

Azadirachtin is the most active component for repelling and killing pests and can be extracted from neem oil. The portion left over

is called clarified hydrophobic neem oil.

Neem oil is made of many components. Azadirachtin is the most active. It reduces insect feeding and acts as a repellent. It also

interferes with insect hormone systems, making it harder for insects to grow and lay eggs. Azadirachtin can also repel and reduce

the feeding of nematodes. Other components of neem oil kill insects by hindering their ability to feed. However, the exact role of

every component is not known.


How to use:


Apply neem oil only in indirect light or in the evening to avoid foliage burning and to allow the treatment to seep into the plant.

Also, do not use neem oil in extreme temperatures, either too hot or too cold. Avoid application to plants that are stressed due to

drought or over watering. Using neem oil insecticide about once a week will help kill pests and keep fungal issues as bay. Apply as

you would other oil-based sprays, making sure the leaves are completely coated, especially where the pest or fungal problem is

the worst.

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