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Parker neem oil is Processed by TCP ( Temperature Control Process )mathod, In this mathod the neem's active Ingredients keeping alive in the Neem oil
Comapany : Parker Biotech is an Joint Venture of Parker Japan and producing High pure organic and coconut and organic soil inputs. The company Export turnover in more than 100 Million
Factory : Loacted in western Gatz with 3.75 acre place with modern equipment for producing organic products . GMP Certified facilities ,Our D&B ( Dun & Bradstreet) The Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) No :916008946
IFOAM : International Foundation for Organic Agriculture Movement
OMRI : OMRI approved product
BFA : Biological formers of Australia
Parker Neem Oilhas been used for hundreds of years in controlling plant pests and diseases. Many researches have shown that the spray solution of Parker Neem Oilhelps to control common pests like white flies, aphids, scales, mealy bugs, spider mites, locusts, thrips, and Japanese beetles, etc. Parker Neem Oilalso works as a fungicide and helps control powdery mildew. Some people have also experienced good results with Parker Neem Oilspray on black spot. Orchid owners use pure Parker Neem Oilspray to control pests like mealybugs, spidermites, etc. One of the main ingredients in neem seed oil is Azadirachtin that works as an insect growth regulator, thus preventing the larval stage to molt into an adult. As neem is very bitter in taste, it also works as an antifeedant thus making the leaves sprayed with it very distasteful for the bugs to eat, and the bugs choose to starve themselves than eat the leaves treated with neem. Parker Neem Oilis bio-degradable and has proven to be non-toxic to mammals, birds, bees or earthworms. It is biodegradable and breaks down easily and quickly. Neem has also proven to be not harmful to adult beneficial insects, since it primarily affects only plant sap-sucking insects, which feed upon the treated plants. However it is recommended that care should be taken not to spray Parker Neem Oilsolution when honey bees and the larvae of beneficials like ladybugs, etc. are present. Parker Neem Oilspray like any other oil spray can also burn leaves if sprayed in sun.
Parker Neem Oilworks from inside the plant
Many insecticides break down quickly. They wash away with rain, or when irrigating, or the sunlight destroys them. You either have to spray all the time, or you have to spray something that's so stable that it stays around forever. That means the chemical builds up everywhere and eventually poisons everything, including you.
Parker Neem Oilbreaks down very quickly, too. It is especially susceptible to UV light. But Parker Neem Oilis also a systemic insecticide. That means you can pour it on the soil (not pure Parker Neem Oilof course, you use a dilution or extract) and the plants absorb it. They take it up into their tissue, and it works from the inside. A leaf hopper may take a couple of bites, but that's it.
However, this does not work for all insect species. The neem ingredients accumulate in the tissues deeper inside the plant. The phloem, the outermost layer, contains hardly any. A tiny aphid feeds from the phloem, it can not penetrate deep enough to get a dose of neem. But any leaf hoppers, grass hoppers or similar chomping insects will be incapacitated quickly.
People eat neem leaves to cleanse the blood, stimulate the liver, and boost the immune system. So we certainly don't need to worry about a bit of neem inside our lettuce leaves. To me this is a much more attractive option than having poisonous foulicides build up in my garden.
Parker Neem Oilsuffocates insects
Many gardeners use white oil (plain mineral oil) or even olive oil to combat soft bodied insects like aphids, thrips or whitefly. The oil coats the bugs and they suffocate. Parker Neem Oilinsecticide does that as well. But it's more like a little bonus on top of everything else it does.
It can be a hazard, though. Of course there is no difference between suffocating good or bad bugs. Oil suffocates anything. So this aspect can harm beneficial insects!
Parker Neem Oiland beneficial insects
Neem is non toxic for beneficial insects. The main reason is that insects need to ingest the Parker Neem Oilto be affected, and beneficial insects don't eat your plants. But you can still kill beneficial insects if you smother them with neem oil, so please be careful.
Beneficial insects are most active during the day. The best time to spray neem insecticide is very early in the morning, so the spray can dry before the good insects become active. Also a good time is the late afternoon or evening. Once the spray has dried it does not harm your bees, ladybugs, lacewings, predatory mites and wasps etc.