Eco-Neem Botanical Insecticide
Active Ingredient: 11.82 g/L Azadirachtin A & B present as 29.55 g/L Azadirachta Indica extract.
Larger packs are sold as AzaMax Insecticide (DuluxGroup).
Eco-Neem Botanical Insecticide controls various sucking and chewing pests on ornamentals, lawns and in potting soil in the home garden. It is a registered organic (ACO Cert #222) insecticide for the control of a broad range of chewing and sucking insects, including caterpillars, curl grubs, grasshoppers (wingless), aphids, mites, lawn armyworms, citrus leafminers, whitefly, mealybugs and fungus gnats in soil. It will also control sooty mould.
Why choose Eco-Neem Botanical Insecticide;
- It is made from neem tree extracts (Azadirachtin A & B) and mixed with other plant oils to enhance its stability and shelf-life.
- It works in multiple ways, with the two main actions being suppression of insect appetite (they starve to death) and restricting growth (unable to moult successfully).
- Plant damage stops as soon as the insect ingests eco-neem, but insect death may take several days, depending on their size and type.
- Eco-Neem is safe for pets, birds, lizards and beneficial insects, including bees. Avoid using around ponds and aquaponics as it can be harmful to fish.
- Approved for use on ornamental plants only. It currently does not have approval for use on edible plants.
- Eco-Neem is available in larger pack sizes under the brand Azamax.
- 100mL of Eco-Neem concentrate makes up 50L of spray.
- 250mL of Eco-Neem concentrate makes up 125L of spray.
Where can Eco-Neem Botanical Insecticide be used;
- Home Garden Lawn
- Ornamentals – Garden & Plant Pots
- Ornamental Citrus
- Ornamental Plants
- Potting Soil – Floriculture & Ornamental
What pests does Eco-Neem Botanical Insecticide control;
- Curl Grub
- Lawn Armyworm
- Citrus Leaf miner
- Mealy Bug
- Sooty Mould
- Two Spotted Mite
- Wingless Grasshopper
- Fungus Gnat
Pack Sizes: 100mL & 250mL (1L & 5L pack sizes available as Azamax Insecticide)
Registrant: Duluxgroup (Australia) Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 63139