Neem Oil 30ml
Neem oil is a natural byproduct of the neem tree. The oil is harvested from the trees’ seeds and leaves. While it has been used as a natural pesticide for hundreds of years and has been used as a safe and effective product to control insects and diseases in lawns and gardens.
It is a safe and effective natural pesticide for keeping insects and fungal diseases away from lawns and gardens. It is non-toxic and comes in bottles of 30 ml. it doesn't harm beneficial insects like earthworms or bees as it is a mild pesticide, although directly spraying on them can be harmful.
directions to use
Dilute and mix 1 tablespoon of neem oil with 1-2 liter of water, then spray the solution on the plant foliage.
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