Neem (Azadirachta indica), generally known as neem or margosa, is a fast-growing tree in the mahogany family (Meliaceae) that is prized for its medical properties, organic insecticides, and lumber. The antibacterial and antifungal characteristics of the neem tree are used in numerous medical and cosmetic applications.
As we can see, there are a lot of them while cropping any crop. The most prevalent types of attacks include fungi, viruses, and pests. These pathogens mostly damage the plant's root and shoot systems. As a result, the plant's growth is uneven.
To protect the plant from all these pathogen, green planet launches a new product i.e. Neem oil.
As can be seen, there are a lot of them while cropping a crop. The most prevalent types of infection include fungus, virus, and pests. The plant's root and shoot systems are most affected by this infection. As a result, the plant grows in an erratic pattern. Neem Oil, which is derived straight from the seeds, may be used as an insect and mite repellant, insecticide, and fungicide, and is the source of a variety of commercial pesticide products, such as dusts, granules, and concentrates. The principal active insecticidal component, azadirachtin, functions as a feeding inhibitor and disrupts the hormones involved in insect moulting. Neem oil has the ability to kill soft-bodied insects on touch and reduces pest fecundity by inhibiting mating and reproductive behaviours. Rust, black spot, mildew, scab, anthracnose, and blight are all controlled by neem oil as a fungicide. Because neem oil degrades fast when exposed to UV light, it is frequently required to apply it again. Neem-based insecticides are commonly used in organic farming because of their low toxicity to animals.
- 100% natural and organic water soluble neem oil.
- In the agriculture business, organic soil conditioners are becoming increasingly popular.
- They have no negative side effects and are less expensive than other soil conditioners because they are organic.
- Reduces the growth of pests and germs in the soil.
- Environmentally friendly
- Neem fumigants are eco-friendly, do not hurt other microorganisms, are non-toxic, and do not contaminate the land and aquatic environment, and help to boost plant output in the long term.
- Pests do not develop resistance to it, there are no negative side effects, it is comparatively less expensive, it repels pests, feeds the soil, and controls pest reproduction.
- When administered as a soil drench, neem oil pesticide works as a systemic in many plants.
3-5 ml per litre of water
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Store in cool and dry place.