To be able to discover this neem seed through my reading and research on the net, in search of a natural insecticide that would eliminate the pests my plants had a few years ago, I assure myself of success by preventing with this seed and being able to have a healthy crop driving away all these pests with the extract made with neem seeds.
Since I began to use the extract of neem in a serious way as a preventive, I have been able to assure my cultures of marijuana, I can apply it in the irrigation with a duration in its effect exactly of one month and I can apply it of foliar form in the leaves with a duration in its effect of 3 days.
At first my crops were attacked a lot by red spiders but was discovering from the remedy and preventive as the alcohol of garlic which I will speak in a future publication to the extract of neem of which I speak at this time, but the most brutal attack I had was the black flies or mulch flies, are insects that enter the soil lay eggs and their larvae eat the roots of our plants when their population increases are lethal.
Many will wonder where these seeds come from? a sacred tree comes out that many call the tree of life or the tree blessed by God. This tree is a true natural pharmacy since not only its seeds serve as medicine, but also its leaves, stems and even its roots.
The Neem tree, also known as Nim, Lila india or Margosa, whose scientific name is Azadirachta indica, is native to India, is attributed great medicinal and organic agrochemical properties, its therapeutic properties are many, such as controlling cardiovascular problems, diabetes, blood disorders, epilepsy, hepatitis, tuberculosis and vitiligo, commonly known as jiricua, among other diseases.
But let's get to the point: I'll teach you how to prepare neem extract with the seeds:
Once we have the seeds in our hands, we proceed to remove the shell some use a small hammer, but I do it with my hands pressing a little until the shell breaks, in this case for a small flowerpot of 5 liters, to do it in a preventive way we can use 60 seeds, once we have removed the shell, place them in a mortar and crush them until there is a paste, then with a little water we add that paste with a little water so that it does not stick in a bottle with half a liter of water or 1 liter, we put a cap on the bottle that can be made of glass or plastic and let it macerate for 16 hours.
After those hours, that concentrate is added to a liter of water and water, we can also use it in foliar form, but it is more advisable in the irrigation because it lasts longer effect as I mentioned.
Since I arrived at the platform I promised that I would talk about this topic and with this publication it is a reality, I hope that it will serve all growers these recommendations, later I will talk about other organic insecticides and deepen on the effects of neem on some specific pests.