Top 10 Best Neem Oils - Jun 2019

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Rank Product Name Score
1 First Place Neem Bliss 100% Pure Cold Pressed Neem Seed Oil - (16 oz) Neem Bliss 100% Pure Cold Pressed Neem Seed Oil - (16 oz)
By Neem Bliss
9.8
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2 Dyna-Gro Pure Neem Oil Natural Leaf Polish, 8 Ounces Dyna-Gro Pure Neem Oil Natural Leaf Polish, 8 Ounces
By Dyna-Gro
9.6
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3 Organic Neem Oil (8 oz), 100% Pure Cold Press, Unrefined - 6 Sizes Organic Neem Oil (8 oz), 100% Pure Cold Press, Unrefined - 6 Sizes
By Zatural
9.2
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4 Neem Oil, 100% Pure Cold Pressed for Skincare, Hair care, and Natural Bug Neem Oil, 100% Pure Cold Pressed for Skincare, Hair care, and Natural Bug
By Aromine
8.9
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5 Neem Oil for Plants, Skin, Hair - Pure Cold Pressed Wild Harvested Neem Neem Oil for Plants, Skin, Hair - Pure Cold Pressed Wild Harvested Neem
By Midas Products
8.5
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6 Best Value Organic Neem Oil - 4oz USDA Certified - Cold Pressed, Virgin, Unrefined Organic Neem Oil - 4oz USDA Certified - Cold Pressed, Virgin, Unrefined
By Prime Natural
8.2
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7 Southern Ag Triple Action Neem Oil, 16oz - 1 Pint Southern Ag Triple Action Neem Oil, 16oz - 1 Pint
By Southern Ag
8.0
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8 Neem Oil by Leven Rose, Organic 100% Pure Cold Pressed Unrefined Natural Neem Oil by Leven Rose, Organic 100% Pure Cold Pressed Unrefined Natural
By Leven Rose
7.8
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9 Neem Oil (4oz) by Kate Blanc. USDA Certified Organic, Virgin, Cold Pressed, 100% Neem Oil (4oz) by Kate Blanc. USDA Certified Organic, Virgin, Cold Pressed, 100%
By Kate Blanc Cosmetics
7.4
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10 Neem Oil Organic & Wild Crafted Pure Cold Pressed Unrefined Cosmetic Grade 12 Neem Oil Organic & Wild Crafted Pure Cold Pressed Unrefined Cosmetic Grade 12
By Oleavine
7.0
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MIRACLES OF NEEM OIL in GARDENING | Pesticide Recipes & Which One is Best?

Hello Friends!In Todays episode, we will look into some amazing miracles of Neem oil in gardening.

We will also learn what is Cold Pressed and Heat pressed neem oil and which neem oil worksbest for your gardening needs.

Plus we will also learn how to use neem oil in your garden with some of the tested andmost effective formulae or combinations.

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Neem oil is a vegetable oil extracted from the Miracle Tree thats the Neem Tree.

The botanical name of neem tree is Azadirachta indica.

Azadirachtin and Nimbin found in neem oil are the two major compounds responsible forits antibacterial and antifungal actions.

This neem tree is native to the Indian subcontinent and can be easily grown at home gardeninglevel even in large containers.

You can watch a detailed video on Growing and Care tips for neem tree from an end screenlink after this video.

Now, before we discuss on which Neem oil you should purchase for best efficacy in gardening,we will list out the best uses of neem oil for your plants and gardening.

1.

Its By far the best Organic Pesticide available worldwide.

It has an excellent safety profile and the best efficacy to treat a large number of pestattacks on your plants.

It is infact a broad spectrum pesticide effective on pests like Aphids, Mealybugs, Whiteflies,Caterpillars,leaf miners, fungus gnats, Thrips and mites, Greenflies, Grasshoppers and otherScale insects.

It kills pests in all their lifecyle stages like the adult stage or the larval stage.

2.

It has the Anti bacterial, anti viral and anti fungal properties not only for use onplants but also prescribed for humans and pets for various skin and hair problems.

3.

Its also effective on Slugs and snails which eat away a lot of your garden overnight.

I have an important episode to identify some hidden pests and insects in garden by examiningthe leaf signature they leave after feeding on the leaves.

You can watch that episode from a link in the video description or from an end screen.

4.

It highly Effective in the Treatment of Black spot Rose disease, Rose die back disease andPowdery mildew.

We have detailed episodes on each of these plant diseases and problems.

You can watch those episodes from the description links.

5.

Neem cake is an excellent organic fertilizer for your plants.

Neem cake is the by-product left over after the process of extraction of neem oil fromneem seeds or neem fruits.

Its not only a source of NPK and micro nutrients for plant growth, but when mixed with soilacts as a soil conditioner and also antibacterial and antifungal.

You can avoid fungus gnats if you incorporate about 10 percent neem cake powder in yourpotting mix.

6.

last but not the least is, unlike the chemical pesticides, It does not affect the beneficialpollinators like butterflies and honey bees which are so important for a fruitful gardening.

Now, we will discuss the most important aspect of this video, based on which the quality,composition and efficacy of neem oil depends thats the method of extraction of neem oilfrom seeds.

There are three methods: 1.

Heat Pressing method.

2.

Solvent extraction method and 3.

Cold Press method.

Heat pressing method as the name implies, its using heat for crushing or pressing theseeds to extract oil.

Solvent extraction means using a solvent like alcohol is used to extract neem oil.

This solvent extracted neem oil usually has a low price, because it is turbid and containsa significant amount of water and metals with low content of the important compounds namelyazhadiractin and nimbin.

Heat extracted neem oil also has moderate loss of the useful compounds and less effective.

Whereas the Cold pressed Neem oil extracted without applying any heat, is the best andeffective source for neem oil.

So, when you are purchasing from a local garden store or online, make sure you check the methodof extraction mentioned on the bottle or product description.

I have provided a link to purchase this product from a link in description below.

Now Finally How to use Neem oil properly for the best effects.

Now before I start with the neem oil recipes for plants, the safety profile of neem oil.

It has few effects when concentrated form is ingested like stomach irritation causinggastritis and vomiting.

Then Eye irritation and contact dermatitis can develop on contact specially in children.

Otherwise it has an excellent safety profile and its completely biodegradable.

Now the recipe for Neem Oil you can make at Home.

Before this, few important points you must remember:1.

Because its an oil, it doesnt mix well with water and must be mixed with some kind ofsurfactant like liquid soap or even shampoo for proper mixing and the coating effect onthe plant leaves.

2.

Make sure you do not spray neem oil during the sunlight best time to spray is in eveningsafter the sun fades.

To Make the best broad spectrum PESTICIDE FOLIAR SPRAY FORMULATION for 1 litre:Take 1 litre Warm Water and add 10 drops of liquid soap like your handwash or even someshampoo.

Then you add 5 ml to 10 ml of Neem oil into this.

5 ml if you want to spray as a maintenance pesticide spray for your garden where youdo not have much pests.

10 ml if you have lot of pests on your plants.

Mixing this thoroughly before use is very important.

Perform a PATCH TEST to know how strong it is.

This means you Just spray this on one or two leaves and then wait for a couple of hoursto see if the leaf is wilting or burning due to too much concentration of neem oil.

If you pass the patch test, you can spray it on your whole garden safely.

Patch test may be important for newbie gardeners or if you have purchased a new brand of neemoil from some company for the first time.

Also make sure you spray the underside of the leaves as well.

3.

How frequently should I use neem oil?Depending on the severity of pests, use it twice a week for pest eradication phase andthen weekly once for 1 or two months and finally if everything is clean use it once every 15days as a preventive measure.

So, there you have it folks.

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Happy Gardening!.