How to Use Neem Oil for Plants?

Neem oil, a natural pesticide, is extracted from the seeds of tropical neem trees. Learn how to use it to keep pesky insects out of your garden.

What neem oil is used for?

Mealybugs, whiteflies, leafhoppers, thrips, fungus gnats, and other garden pests like spider mites and nematodes are just a few of the many insects that neem oil kills. 

How To Use Neem Oil For Plants?

For your organic garden needs, buy a neem oil insecticide that is ready to use or create your own DIY neem oil spray.

1- Take up your materials.

Purchase liquid soap, a spray bottle, a gallon of water, and cold-pressed neem oil.

2- Add a tiny bit of soap to some water.

A teaspoon of liquid soap or insecticidal soap, which serves as an emulsifier for your combination, should be added to a gallon of warm water.

3- Put a little neem oil in.

To your mixture, add one to two tablespoons of pure neem oil.

4. Spray your plants with the mixture.

Apply your neem oil combination to a small area of your plants using a foliar spray bottle. Wait a full 24 hours. 

5. If necessary, reapply the mixture.

As a prophylactic precaution, apply neem oil every two weeks. Neem oil should be applied to your plants once a week.

Can You Put Neem Oil Directly On Plants?

It is easy to apply and can be used until the day of harvest. All you have to do is mix it with water and spray it on the leaves.