Native Neem Organic Neem Oil Insecticide 20L
Cold-Pressed and Water-Soluble
BioGro certified organic
Know the difference :
Native Neem Organic Neem Oil Insecticide differs from other commercial neem oils in that other commercial neem oils are emulsified by adding solvents to make them water-soluble. In this form, it is then able to be utilized for home garden use. Native Neem Organic Neem Oil Insecticide is produced using the natural emulsifiers, making it chemical free, made with raw and cold-pressed neem oil and ideal for your garden.
Native Neem Pure Neem Oil differs to other commercial neem oils in that we are able to offer you the choice of either Pure or Emulsified Neem Oil. For personal and health care purposes use our Native Neem certified organic 100% Pure Neem Oil (medical grade).
Here in New Zealand, we differentiate between the two types of oils by labeling them as:
Pure Neem Oil – for personal and health care
Neem Oil Insecticide – for garden use
Not all Neem Oils are the same. Native Neem Organic Neem Oil Insecticide is one of the highest grade certified organic oils available today. Our Neem Oil contains high amounts of azadirachtin and is patented and processed in the traditional Indian way without the use of heat, chemicals or petrochemicals. In this way, it retains all the well-balanced nutrients, many of which would otherwise be lost.
As a preventative, Native Neem Organic Neem Oil Insecticide can be used when pest problems are just starting to show. By spraying to coat the leaf surface, this will prevent the germination of any fungal spores. Neem is effective against rot, mildew, rust, scab, leaf spot and blight. It works as a barrier, not as a fungicide and makes a great garden spray as a general tonic for your plants and soil.
Mode of Working:
Numerous insect species are repelled by the active ingredients in the neem seed. Finding the taste and smell unpleasant, they avoid any plants that have been treated with neem extracts. Insects die sometime after eating the leaves or other parts of plants treated with these substances. The behavior of some insects change and it also reduces their ability to lay eggs. Neem is known to affect the natural life cycle of many insects by preventing them from passing to the next stage of their development. Thus nymphs cannot pass on to their next stage if they absorb Neem oil through contact or digestion. They then die.
Contains Organic and Natural ingredients:
Neem (Azadirachta Indica) extract. (Naturally emulsified to make it water soluble).
Benefits & Usage
Native Neem Neem Oil Insecticide Controls Broad Spectrum Fungicide / Insecticide / Miticide For Indoor / Outdoor use on Ornamental Flowering Plants, Trees, Shrubs, Foliage, and Home and Residential Landscapes.
Native Neem Neem Oil is non-toxic to humans, birds, earthworms or animals.
Native Neem Neem Oil Insecticide is effective in controlling Black Spot, Mildew, Rust, Scab, Whiteflies, Aphids, scale, borer, aphids, spider mites, grass grubs, mealy bugs, thrips, leaf spots, codling moth, nematodes, leaf rollers, leafhoppers, botrytis, twig and tip blight, Alternaria, etc.
Our Neem Oil Insecticide is effective in controlling more than 200 insects and pests.
How to use Native Neem Neem Oil Insecticide on Plants
Shake the Bottle well
Add 5 to 15 ml of Neem Oil Insecticide to 1 liter of water and mix well
Native Neem Organic Neem Oil Insecticide should be applied on a 7 to 14-day schedule until the potential for disease development is no longer present.
To control disease already present, apply Native Neem Organic Neem Oil Insecticide on a 7-day schedule until disease pressure is eliminated. Then continue spraying on a 14-day schedule to prevent the disease from reoccurring.
To prevent rust leaf spot disease, anthracnose, and scab, begin applications at the first sign of spring budding.
To prevent powdery mildew, apply in mid-summer or when the disease is first detected. Applications should continue until disease pressure no longer exists.
Usage:Shake well. Add 5 to 15 ml of Neem Oil Insecticide to 1 liter of water and mix well
Apply on a 7 to 14-day schedule until the potential for disease development is no longer present.
To control disease already present, apply on a 7-day schedule until the disease is eliminated. Then continue spraying on a 14-day schedule to prevent the disease from reoccurring.