Horticultural Neem

Horticultural Soil Management

Healthy plants grown in a well balanced soil environment are naturally more resilient against pest and disease attack and as a consequence they also require less chemicals to control problems and are better able to take up and utilise nutrients from the soil. 

Shallow, weak or damaged roots, sick and weak plants and poor soil structure, are but a few issues that plant based systems deal with on a daily basis, unfortunately however, attempting to deal with these issues with just the chemical remedies available, rarely has any lasting effect.

 Plants that are stressed or unhealthy can quickly become prime targets for pests and disease, so in the transition to healthier soils the use of more natural products like  NEEM OIL to help slow and minimise the influence of pest and disease infestations. 

Fantastic for Roses and Orchids, Vegetables, Fruit and Nut trees, Indoor and outdoor plants, hydroponic,  around the home as well as for organic and commercial growers.  Neem oil can be applied on its own or in conjunction with liquid fertilizers to improve growth of crops. Enviro Neem is 100% biodegradable; it leaves NO residue in the soil. A perfect blend for the environment. Traditional uses show that it is non toxic to humans, animals, birds, bees & earthworms  Why neem is nontoxic? Neem is bitter and has a strong odour. This repels leaf eating insects from eating plants, but does not repel the honey bee, birds or butterflies from taking honey and fertilizing flowers. Neem drenching repels insects like nematodes from eating the roots of a plant, but not the earthworm as they don’t eat plant roots. How to use neem oil, please open the tag on the home page on neem for plants.  Information sheet on ratios and uses will be supplied to all buyers.

Neem seed oil will solidify at low temperatures below 20c. If this happens, immerse container in warm to hot water.