BONIDE Neem Oil Fungicide-Insecticide
BONIDE Neem Oil Fungicide-Insecticide
BONIDE Neem Oil Fungicide-Insecticide
BONIDE Neem Oil Fungicide-Insecticide
BONIDE Neem Oil Fungicide-Insecticide
BONIDE Neem Oil Fungicide-Insecticide
BONIDE Neem Oil Fungicide-Insecticide
BONIDE Neem Oil Fungicide-Insecticide

BONIDE Neem Oil Fungicide-Insecticide

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An all-purpose insecticide, miticide, and fungicide for organic gardening that is derived from the Neem seed. Safe to use on roses, flowers, vegetables, herbs, spices, houseplants, trees, turf and shrubs. Kills all stages of insects including eggs, larvae, and adults.

  • Controls insects, diseases and mites
  • Approved for organic gardening
  • Kills insect eggs, larvae and adults
  • Controls black spot, powdery mildew, rust and more
  • Kills mites, aphids, whiteflies and more
  • Ready To Use Quart Spray Bottle

Additional Product Information

  • MULTI-PURPOSE BUG KILLER - Bonide Neem Oil is a perfect pest control solution for any garden dealing with mites, flies, mildew, and more. This product is a three-in-one fungicide, miticide, and insecticide.
  • READY TO USE - This product is conveniently ready to use when it arrives. The spray nozzle makes this product easy to deploy and can even be used up to the day of harvest.
  • KILLS ALL STAGES OF INSECTS - Bonide's 3-in-1 Neem Oil is great because it kills the egg, larvae, and adult stages of insects while also preventing the fungal attack of plant tissues.
  • DORMANT SPRAY - In addition to being useful for ridding your garden of insects and other pests, this Neem oil makes a great dormant spray to help protect your plants throughout all seasons.
  • ORGANIC GARDENING - Derived from the Neem seed, our product is great for use on roses, flowers, vegetables, fruits, herbs, indoor houseplants, trees and shrubs. It's approved for organic gardening.

Questions and Answers:

Q: When is the best time of day to apply Neem Oil?
A: Apply in early morning to late afternoon or evening to reduce the possibility of leaf burn.