Neem seeds after minimal extraction of oil leave behind cakes which are a great source of nitrogen, one of the basic nutrients needed for the better growth of plants. It is as well a source of azadirachtin, the insect repellent active ingredient that opens up numerous uses for neem and its preparations in agriculture. Neem cake, because its carbon-nitrogen ratio stands much lower in comparison with similar compounds makes its nutrients readily available for plants.
*Neem seeds after minimal extraction of oil used for best results.
*Traditionally trusted means to fight pests, nematodes and soil pathogens.
*Rich source of azadarachtin, the active ingredient in neem based products.
*Lower carbon-nitrogen ratio makes nutrients readily available.
Dependable source of nitrogen, the foremost major nutrient, in organic farming.