Properties of Neem Oil: Neem Oil or Neem Seed Oil is a brownish Yellow color Liquid, with smell of garlic. Neem Oil is slightly soluble in water and has 6.5 to 7.5 Ph value, it boils at more than 200 degree celsius and freeze at 13 degree celsius. Uses of Neem Oil:
Neem Oil is used in insecticide manufacturing because it contains azadirachtin which effects over 600 species of pestsIncluding insects, nematodes, fungi and viruses and is completely safe to non target organisms like predators, honey bees, pollinators, fish, birds, cattle and human beingsAzadirachtin of neem oil is a famous natural Anti-feedent, growth regulator and ovi-positional repellent for insects, as a major active ingredient which make it a perfect alternative to chemical pesticides
Use as a Insecticides: Neem Oil Based Insecticides are the best among insecticides due to following properties:
Neem Oil is a natural product, absolutely non-toxicIt is 100% bio degradable and environment friendlyIt is completely safe for humans and beneficial insects like honey beeIt can be mixed with other synthetic pesticide and also enhances their actionIt is effective for over 600 species of pestsIt is a broad spectrum insecticide
Mode of Action: It exhibits various Behavioural Responses such as Anti feedant, Feeding Deterrent, Repellent, Oviposition Deterrent etc., and Physiological Responses such as Insect Growth Regulator, Moulting Inhibitor, Reproduction Inhibitor, Anti fertility etc.
Pests affected by Neem Oil Based Formulations: Neem Oil Based Pesticide effects over 600 species of pest. Few of them are: Aphids, Armyworms, Beetles, Bollworms, Borers, Caterpillars, Fruit worms, Leaf folders, Leaf miners, Scale, Thrips, Mealy bugs, Cutworms, Flies & Maggots and a lot more
Crops for Neem Oil Based Formulations: It can be the best pesticide for: Cotton, Rice, Tea, Tomato, Brinjal etc
Karanja tree (Pongamia glabra) is wonderful tree almost like neem tree. In south part of the Indian peninsula the Karanja Oil / cake are also used same like neem oil and neem cake
This Can be considered same like neem oil and neem cake in pest and fertilizer management in organically
Pongamia pinnata (Karanja), grows extensively across India. The seed oil has been used by the natives of India for
It is used in Ayuvedic and Siddha traditional medicine systems to treat various skin conditions from eczema and psoriasis to leprosy, as it is believed to enhance the UV absorbing properties of conventional sunscreen
A paste made of Karanja and lime is used to relieve rheumatic pain, and Karanja infused baths are used for cleaning skin ulcers and sore
Properties and Uses:
We have found the aqueous extracts of different parts of Karanj as promising natural herbicide
It suppresses the germination of many obnoxious weed
We have also noted the stimulatory allelopathic effects of Karanj extracts on germination and initial growth of many agricultural crops Karanj seeds yield bitter, non-edible (24-40%) oil with odd odour
The scientists have isolated Karanjin from seed oil and according to them; it is responsible for its action
The oil is also used as medicinal oil, both internally & externally
The presence of a hypotensive principle and a substance producing uterine contraction has been reported.
Karanja oil, like Neem oil, nematicidal and bactericidal activity.
Karanja Oil is an excellent pesticide which controls the Nematodes like Organic Neem Oil and we provide the oil with minimum karanjan content as > 20,000 ppm
We can use for folier spray by adding suitable orgaic emulsifier (we recommend Diko Soapnut Powder) with the Karanja Oil.
Karanja Cake as Fertilizer:
The cake left after extraction of oil from Karanja, is excellent organic manure with insect controlling propertie
Our Karanja Cake having minimum karanjan content of 1800 ppm and provides the crop with essential nutrients, while significantly reducing the number of soil insects and nematode