52 results for "neem tree"

Aphids

Where: In clusters, under leaves, and on new plant growth of indoor and outdoor gardens.

Garden Snail

All gardeners know better than other gardeners. - Chinese Proverb The best part about organic pest control is that it boils down to doing what comes naturally. Instead of spending a lot of time and effort applying chemical pesticides that destroy ...

Tips for beginners who want to grow organic vegetables and landscape plants. Starting and maintaining an organic garden is not very different from a regular one. Using common tools and planting processes, you can experience high yields of crops right in ...

Psyllid (Plant Lice)

Where: Throughout North America on fruit trees. Also known as jumping plant lice.

Sawfly Slug

Where: Leaves of mountain ash, hawthorn, cherry, plum, pear, quince and cotoneaster.

Leaf Spot Disease

Leaves have dark water-soaked spots, sometimes with a yellow halo, usually uniform in size.

Flea Beetle Management

Where: A voracious feeder that chews numerous small holes in crop leaves. Jumps like a flea.

Neem Oil -- a naturally occurring pesticide found in seeds from the neem tree -- is made up of several components. Azadirachtin -- the active ingredient in Azatrol AC -- is the most active of these components for pest control. ...

My young peach tree produced fruit for the first time this year. I sprayed with neem oil and kaolin clay, but the fruit still had worms. I may have sprayed too late or too infrequently. Can you advise on the ...

Hi Marjie - Scale insects are common on ​many ​houseplants and often build up unnoticed before plants begin to show damage.The good news is, that most adult scales live and feed under their protective armor covering and do NOT move about ...

Hi William - The following is taken from our Pecan Weevil Control page, which can be found here https://www.planetnatural.com/pest-problem-solver/tree-pests/pecan-weevil-control/. Spread in bands around the base of trees, Tanglefoot® Pest Barrier will prevent adult weevils from reaching the nuts on which they feed. Beneficial nematodes ...

Hi Mary - To combat Japanese beetles, apply Scanmask® Beneficial Nematodes by hand as a topdressing, or add to seed furrows and around transplants. Concentrate applications to areas with signs of damage and areas in full sun. Treat drip zones of ...

I have a bad infestation of coddling moths in my single apple and pear trees. Also lots of aphids on the plums. I was thinking of spraying with neem oil and also with Kaolin clay. Is this a good plan ...

Hi Barbara - It depends on if you are using a copper concentrate spray or a "ready to use" variety (RTU). I would be more concerned about burning plants if you are using the concentrate, especially if there are citrus trees ...

The Notch Leaf Miners/Malaysian Weevils are hitting my lychee trees. I have tried some Neem and also an organic chinch bug remedy (thinking if I can get them in the ground that will stop the cycle). Neither seems to work. ...

Hello Al - Neem works as an anti-feedant and insect growth regulator on a wide range of insects and will most likely work to control Codling Moth. With that said, broad applications of neem oil can get very expensive. I think ...