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Bonide (BND024) - Neem Oil Concentrate, Insect Pesticide for Organic Gardening (16 Oz.), (Packaging May Vary)
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Bonide Neem Oil Concentrate
Bonide Neem Oil is a perfect pest control solution for any garden dealing with mites, flies, mildew, and more. This product is a 3-in-1 fungicide, miticide, and insecticide.
This product arrives as a concentrate that needs to be mixed before application.
Kills All Stages of Insects
Bonide's 3-in-1 Neem Oil is great because it kills the egg, larvae, and adult stages of insects while also preventing the fungal attack of plant tissues.
In addition to being useful for ridding your garden of insects and other pests, this Neem oil makes a great dormant spray to help protect your plants throughout all seasons.
Bonide has been trusted since 1926 in providing quality products and solutions for home, lawn, and garden pest problems.
Based out of Oriskany, New York, we continue to grow our reputation in the lawn and garden care categories by delivering results.
Our goal is to help consumers throughout their entire purchasing process by recognizing signs of trouble, developing products, and recommending solutions.
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Neem Oil Concentrate
An all-purpose insecticide, miticide, and fungicide for organic gardening that is derived from the Neem seed. Safe to use on roses, flowers, vegetables, herbs, spices, houseplants, trees, turf and shrubs. Kills all stages of insects including eggs, larvae, and adults.
About Bonide:Bonide has been trusted since 1926 as the leader in providing the best possible products and solutions for home, lawn, and garden pest problems. Based out of Oriskany, New York, we continue to grow our reputation as a leader in the lawn and garden care categories by delivering the highest quality products alongside our great customer service. Our goal is to help consumers throughout their entire purchasing process by recognizing signs of trouble, developing the best solutions, and recommending the perfect products.
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I bought it twice and I have not seen much results. I guess I am slow to pick up. One reason is that I had used neem oil before--real one I guess--with excellent results, so I was thinking I just had to re-apply, and re-apply, and re-apply...
No matter how many times you will apply it, it does not contain Azadirachtin so it will not kill insects with the product. You might be able to drown them if you lay it thick!
If you're looking for something to kill insects, buy the real neem oil. If you're looking for something to make the leaves shiny and smelly, that'll work!
BONIDE PRODUCTS 775 Ready-to-Use Copper Fungicide, 32-Ounce (spray bottle)
Bonide 811 Copper 4E Fungicide 16oz (473ML) ...
I found that if you mix 1-2 tablespoons of Copper Fungicide with 1-2 tablespoons Neem Oil (per gallon of water) and spray/saturate (top and bottom of leaves, stem and about 2-4 inches around the ground at the bottom of the stem) every 2 days in the beginning and any time after it rains, it works wonders.
Important: Remove and discard/burn any and all infected leaves every day.
After doing this for the first couple of weeks...you can back off a bit and spray once a week...so on...
TIP: Only spray very early mornings or early (cool) evenings....the sun WILL bake then if they haven't had a chance to dry.
I always did mine early mornings just as the sun was rising. That way they were dry before the sun hit them.
If you do it in the early evenings...make sure they have time to dry before nightfall....they don't like sleeping while wet....neither do I.
My hydro grow room is upstairs in my house and I have 4 grow tents, each with a different fruit/vegetable growing inside including watermelons/cucumbers, banana plants, tomatoes, peppers, etc. I checked my dying plants a few weeks ago and noticed a webbing around my strawberry leaves. After Googling several different sites and inspecting the leaves, I came to the conclusion that I had spider mites... probably this entire time and probably what has killed several of my plants. I did not want to use insecticides and other harmful chemicals, so I turned to neem oil.
I had a 1.5 liter spray bottle and mixed it with 2ml (I use a medicine dropper to measure). Shake well and starting from the top of the leaves, spray the tops/undersides of the leaves well, then work your way down. I clipped the brown leaves off. To prevent burning, I treated the leaves at night before lights out. Today, 4 days later, I see new leaves growing on my banana plants and they are not so quick to turn brown. Additionally, my strawberry plants look revitalized with a healthy green sheen on the leaves. I know this stuff is working well and I'm very glad that I bought it. For all you folks who are worried on whether or not this oil is organic, are you aware of what happens when you mix oil and water? It does not mix well. The extra ingredients help the neem oil stick to the leaves. If I had a choice to use something that is only 75% organic neem oil OR have dead crops, I choose the neem oil.
I am very thankful for this product and 100% support and recommend it for indoor pest control.