Quantity: 250 ml
Neem oil is a highly effective and 100% natural pesticide, extracted from the seeds of the Neem tree in India. Neem oil is non-toxic to animals or people. Neem is systemic.
Neem oil is most effective when used as a preventive, meaning that you spray every crop regardless of whether or not you see a pest.
Organic Neem sprays can protect garden plants from chewing insects and fungal diseases and protect people and animals from biting bugs.
How to use?
Mix table spoonful of detergent/soap powder (This is because Many growers seem to be put off by its oiliness, finding sprayers clogged and plants left coated in oil. The solution is to get the oil broken down and suspended in the water, then we can get it onto the plants) in a litre water and then mix 20 to 50ml Neem oil.
Spray to drench the plants thoroughly (Note: Make sure spray propagates to both upper and lower surfaces of the leaves).
For good effect, pests should come in contact with Neem Oil(This is important because Neem oil doesn’t directly kill bugs, it stops them from reproducing, feeding and molting their skins. So in effect, it breaks their life cycle.)
On a suggested note you need to spray for at least the length of one life cycle, which for bugs in ideal conditions (like most growrooms) is around 2 weeks, sometimes a little longer.
It is a Organic Plant Liquid Fertilizer. It is a Organic growth Stimultant for all types of plants, Milch Animals, Goat, Poultry, Fish, Pet Animals etc., Panchagavya is also a traditional method, used to safeguard plants and soil micro-organisms and to increase plant production. Panchagavya application is found to be more profitable than recommended fertilizer application and chemical spray. The modified versions used for organic farming have been standardised by experimental trials.
Panchagavya had reverence in the scripts of Vedas (divine scripts of Indian wisdom) and Vrikshayurveda (Vriksha means plants and ayurveda means health system).
The texts on Vrikshayurveda are systematizations of the practices the farmers followed at field level, placed in a theoretical framework and it defined certain plant growth stimulants;
among them Panchagavya was an important one that enhanced the biological efficiency of crop plants and the quality of fruits and vegetables
20 ml of this solution can be diluted with 1 litre of water with proper stirring for spraying on plants. For soil application, dilute 1000ml in 10litres of water.
Periodicity of use
Once in 15 days, it can be used for all crops. In winter crops, 1.5-2% usage is sufficient but for all other crops 3% should be used.
Product includes 1.25 liter of Panchagavya
Check our video on Panchagavya below
* Please keep a fair distance from your body while opening the bottle