Nature’s Own pest repellent and our daily bath solution
Neem Leaves have been used since ancient times for their ability to deter pests and mosquitoes and rodents.
They have been also used as bath solution as they are known to cure several skin diseases and is also a fungicide.
Neem leaves when applied to soil act as food for Earthworms.
How to use?
Use as it is
You can apply directly to plant soil in dosage recommended (20-30 grams), make a small trench ( depth approx. 1-2 inch) spread it uniformly and then cover it with soil. Then water the plant thoroughly.
Blend with other fertilizer
It can be blended with other mild fertilizer to boost nutrient content. To do this please mix them in the desired ratio and apply immediately. It is highly recommended to make the blend enough for just one time, do not mix and store the blend.
Brew a tea
Tea acts as Foliar spray for plants and is good when you have to cater more plants with limited supply. To make tea, please soak 100 grams (approx. 1/2 of 1/2 pound pack) in 2 liters of water cover the vessel with muslin cloth and keep for overnight. Once the tea is brewed mix this water with other 3 liters of fresh water to make a 5 liter solution and water plants with this. If you wish to dilute it further this can be done.
You can also further dilute and use for daily bathing.
Which Plants benefit from it?
Neem leaves have been used as pest repellent and can be used to dust leaves, make tea spread in soil for repelling pests and is also a fungicide.
It can be mixed with fertilizers to deter mice and other rodents from harming the fertilizer bags and plants. They are safe to be used also as antiseptic and can be used to bathing