I use this with some castile soap and water to spray on the leaves of my gooseberry plant. I do it every few days and I am seeing a few leaves coming back. The insects had my plant stripped, only the berries left. I like that this is an organic product and it doesn't harm the bees. I will be buying this again for sure.
They say you cannot control lily beetles. I use this Neem oil along with garlic and orange essential oil and a dish soap and water in a spray can. I had picked very few after feeding the beetles this cocktail. A friend tried it in the city. She got similar results. I also use it for powdery mildew along with milk, soap and vinegar.
I can't believe the container was this big for the price! Locally I have to spend the same amount of money for a tiny jar. This will last me a really long time as I dilute it in water with a splash of soap to spray my plants.
Neem is an excellent natural option against pests for indoor houseplants and it makes the leaves shine!
Works as expected. I mix a little in a spray bottle filled with water and bit of dish soap and spray on flowering plant to get rid of bugs, whiteflies, aphids etc etc. Prefer this method of getting rid of bugs vs chemicals
A good pesticide that is supposed to be safe for mammals and bees. I wasn't able to completely kill off the pests, but it did work on some of the plants. I put a spoon of Neem oil, a spoon of eco dish soap with a bit of warm water so it dissolves a bit, and then add 1-1.5 liters of room temperature water. Then spray the leaves with this (from the bottom too). Should help get rid of plenty of pests around your garden!
Neem oil solidifies below about 20 degrees C.
The very thick, inflexible plastic of the bottle makes it impossible to pour the oil at such temperatures.
Now I am stuck with this thick viscous fluid in a bottle too solid to heat until I have a warm day, which may be many months away!
I suggest you put it into a series of jars with wide tops when the climate is suitable so that you can use it when you need it.
we applied it once a week and in the second week we already notice an improvement in our plants! the only negative point is the smell, but after mixing it with water and detergent, the smell is lessened. :)