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Bonide® Neem Oil

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Item #H134084, 16 Ounce Concentrate

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Pest control for the organic gardener! Mix concentrate according to label to control all stages of insects and mites, from eggs and larvae to adults. Also controls fungal diseases like black spot, leaf spot, scab, and mildew. Neem oil, derived from the Neem seed, may be safely used on a wide range of plants and trees — including vegetables, herbs, roses and other flowers, fruit trees, and berry plants. Can also be used as a dormant spray for overwintering pests.

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It's a natural insecticide
Kelly B on May 16, 2016
It's a natural insecticide
Kelly B on May 16, 2016
The best and only spray Ive found that works for organic orchards and gardens
Anthony M on Apr 12, 2016
The best and only spray Ive found that works for organic orchards and gardens
Anthony M on Apr 12, 2016
What pest or disease product best on apple tree that is safe for bees in a varied yard/garden?
Janis S on Sep 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I use Neem oil as a soil drench, rather than foliar spray (same "recipe" as for foliar application). The neem is absorbed through the roots & goes systemic--meaning it is distributed throughout the leaves, stems, & roots. Any insect that bites, bores, or otherwise consumes any part of that plant will be affected neurologically & "forget" to eat and reproduce. It won't harm pollinators or earthworms. I use it about every 2 weeks. It's not a panacea but does a great job for most pests and, best of all, it's Organic! Happy Gardening!
I live in eastern ct and have a big caterpillar infestation this year, they are eating the leaves of my young apple trees (planted last fall) I bought Neem oil, will it work on caterpillars?
Dianne on May 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Neem Oil's label says it controls eggs, larvae, and adult insects, including: aphids, spider mites, scale, whiteflies, beetles, leafrollers, and other insect pests. While Neem Oil may work, there are more specific caterpillar controls, like Insecticidal Soap and BT.
I just planted a dward Jon-A-Red last fall, so I'm not expecting fruit for a few years. I've fertilized and will spray with dorm oil. Is there any reason to spray with Neem Oil until the tree gets blossoms (meaning it's going to bear fruit that year)? Marie-OH
Marie S on May 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: In the area where I grow my trees and because there are also roses growing in the same area near the trees we have a severe problem with aphids crippling the leaves and severely weakening the trees in the early spring. Since using Neem oil there have been almost no predatorial insects devowering or crippling my trees.
Ron- Reno, NV.
should i spray neem oil on a cleveland pear before flowering or after blooms fall off?
peggy g on Mar 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The label will likely advise you not to spray while anything is in bloom. Since Neem Oil is a pesticide, and bees and other beneficials may visit the Cleveland ornamental pear tree while it's blooming, it's better to spray before bloom and/or after bloom ??? not during. It won't know the difference between a "good bug" and a "bad bug".
How much do you mix with water?
Gloria K on Mar 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Speaking generally, it's 1 fluid ounce of concentrate per 1 gallon of water. Specific application instructions and timing are included on the product label for your convenience.
When is it best to spray neem?
jeff H on Mar 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This product may be used as a dormant spray or a growing season spray. Be sure to make applications during early morning/late evening to minimize leaf burn. And, of course, don't use when beneficial insects are present ??? they are particularly active during bloom time.
Is your product pure neem oil?
Pat W on Mar 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The label states that it is 70% neem oil.
Can this be used on dogs?
Gilda O on Feb 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Per the label: "For use on roses, flowers, houseplants, ornamental trees and shrubs, fruits, nuts and vegetables, home lawns. May also be used as a dormant spray to control overwintering eggs of various insects on fruit and shade trees, shrubs, roses, and other ornamentals and vegetables." The label doesn't have directions for applications on dogs. It does, however, say to avoid contact with skin. Best to stick with products specifically intended and designed for use on pets and animals.

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Neem oil has been around for a very long time, now I know why! I use this oil on my berry bushes, fruit trees and house plants. I have had amazing results and have remedied some long running issues I've fought with. A must-have in your greenery arsenal!
March 9, 2016
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