Neem Pellets
 
Category:Neem

Neem Pellets are prepared from the neem seed kernels. In this process, oil is squeezed out from the neem kernel under cold process and the remaining biomass is called Neem cake. For uniform and easy application without waste, neem cake is made in to pellets.


 Neem Pellets enriches the soil with organic matter. The Neem pellets contains. Organic nitrogen which is gradually released and is made available for a longer duration, thereby preventing leaching losses and preventing pollution of the underground water. The environment is not polluted.

Rich in minerals and oligo-elements; it contributes to the mineral nutrition of plants. Neem pellets contain a minimum of 60% organic matter, which favours the development of microbial life in the soil. Prevents soil compaction, improves soil aeration and water retaining capacity. These characters lead to uniform and healthy growth of plants. Neem application results in broader leaves with higher chlorophyll content and improving the photosynthetic efficiency. Shoot and root systems develops well, leading to greater nutrient utilisation efficiency of the plant. The quality of fruits and vegetables improves; neem pellets application results in larger flowers with intense pigmentation, which gives a beautiful appearance. It is an organic manure with goodness of neem properties.

Neem Pellets increase the water retaining capacity of the soil and hence the plants tolerate the water stress situation.

Dosage

Fied.Crops
  • Rice……………....500kg/Ha
  • Wheat………..…..600kg/Ha
  • Sugarcane……...1500kg/Ha
  • Soyabean…….…1000kg/Ha
  • Tobacco……........750kg/Ha
  • Potato………..….1000 kg/Ha
Vegetables/Horticultural.Crops
  • Vegetables........…...1000kg/Ha
  • Banana…………...300gms/plant
  • Coconut……………....3.kg/tree
  • Fruit.trees……..……...1kg/tree
  • Lawn………………100 gms/sq.mt
Flowering.Plants
  • Roses………......50gms/plant
  • Hibiscus….......100gms/plant
  • Crotons…….....100gms/plant
  • Cut flowers.......100 gms/plant







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