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  • Dilution: Mix 5 ml of neem oil in 1 litre of water.
  • Application: Neem oil can be applied to plants using two main methods
  • spray method: Spray the diluted neem oil solution onto the foliage, stems, and undersides of leaves, ensuring thorough coverage. Pay particular attention to areas where pests are present or where fungal diseases may occur.
  • drenching method ; Pour the diluted neem oil solution around the base of the plants, aiming to saturate the soil in the root zone. Ensure that the drench reaches the entire root system.
  • Timing: Apply neem oil in the early morning or late evening when temperatures are cooler to prevent foliage burn and to allow the oil to dry before the sun is at its peak.
  • .Frequency: Neem oil is often applied every 7-14 days or as needed, depending on the severity of pest or disease issues.



  • Neem oil acts as a natural insecticide, effectively controlling a wide range of garden pests such as aphids, mealybugs, mites, and more.
  • Neem oil has antifungal properties, helping to prevent and control common plant diseases like powdery mildew, rust, and black spot.
  • Neem oil promotes overall plant health by stimulating root development, enhancing nutrient uptake, and improving the plant's ability to withstand stress.


Best Before : 6 months from the Manufactured Month, if stored in well ventilated rooms in original packings at cool dry place at temperatures below 40C.


It' is advisable to perform a small patch test on a few leaves before applying it to the entire plant to ensure there are no adverse reactions.


Organic Pesticide Water Soluble Neem Oil - నీం / వేప నూనె

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