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Neem Oil ( Agriculture Use )

Neem Oil ( Agriculture Use )

160.00 - 190.00 INR/Liter

Product Details:

  • Plant Oil Variety Other
  • Source Neem Seeds
  • Grade Commercial
  • Use Agriculture
  • Extraction Type Cold
  • Purity(%) 99.5
  • Color Other
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Neem Oil ( Agriculture Use ) Price And Quantity

  • 160.00 - 190.00 INR/Liter
  • 225 Liter

Neem Oil ( Agriculture Use ) Product Specifications

  • Commercial
  • Neem Seeds
  • No
  • Other
  • 99.5
  • Mild Smell
  • Cold
  • Agriculture
  • Other

Neem Oil ( Agriculture Use ) Trade Information

  • 10000 Liter Per Day
  • 3 - 5 Days
  • Yes
  • Free samples are available
  • 225 LITRES
  • All India
  • CIB

Product Description

Owing to our vast experience in this field, we are able to manufacture, export and supply high quality Neem Oil. The offered oil is extracted from fruits and seeds of the neem tree by the process of steam distillation. These are widely demanded by our customers for their medicinal value and food flavoring purposes. The Neem Oil is widely used as an insect repellent and for the treatment of acne, fever, leprosy, malaria and tuberculosis. Advanced methods are followed by our skilled professionals to offer pure oil to our clients.


  • Free from impurities

  • Longer shelf life

  • Effectiveness

  • Pleasant fragrance

Neem Oil

Fenton Chemicals has established itself as a leading supplier of Neem Oil. Our product range also comprises of Paints Additives, Textile Chemicals and Nitrobenzene Emulsifier.

Neem oil or Margosa oil is botanical oil extracted from kernel of neem tree seed by Solvent Extraction or Cold Pressing or CT Cold Pressing method.

Category :-

Neem Oil

Neem Oil  or Margosa oil is botanical oil extracted from kernel of neem tree seed by Solvent Extraction or Cold Pressing or CT Cold Pressing method. Among these methods CT cold pressing yield purest neem oil because solvent is not used for extraction.

Properties of Neem Oil:

  • Neem Oil or Neem Seed Oil is a brownish Yellow color Liquid, with smell of Garlic

  • Neem Oil is slightly soluble in water and has 6.5 to 7.5 Ph value, it boils at more than 200 degree Celsius and freeze at 13 degree Celsius

Uses of Neem Oil:

For Agriculture Use:

  • Neem Oil is used in insecticide manufacturing because it contains azadirachtin which effects over 600 species of pests

  • Including insects, nematodes, fungi and viruses and is completely safe to non target organisms like predators, honey bees, pollinators, fish, birds, cattle and human beings

  • Azadirachtin of neem oil is a famous natural Anti-feedent, growth regulator and ovi-positional repellent for insects, as a major active ingredient which make it a perfect alternative to chemical pesticides

Use as a Insecticides:

Neem Oil Based Insecticides are the best among insecticides due to following properties:

  • Neem Oil is a natural product, absolutely non-toxic

  • It is 100% bio degradable and environment friendly

  • It is completely safe for humans and beneficial insects like honey bee

  • It can be mixed with other synthetic pesticide and also enhances their action

  • It is effective for over 600 species of pests

  • It is a broad spectrum insecticide

Mode of Action:

  • It exhibits various Behavioural Responses such as Anti feedant, Feeding Deterrent, Repellent, Oviposition Deterrent etc., and Physiological Responses such as Insect Growth Regulator, Moulting Inhibitor, Reproduction Inhibitor, Anti fertility etc.

Pests affected by Neem Oil Based Formulations:

  • Neem Oil Based Pesticide effects over 600 species of pest. Few of them are : Aphids, Armyworms, Beetles, Bollworms, Borers, Caterpillars, Fruit worms, Leaf folders, Leaf miners, Scale, Thrips, Mealy bugs, Cutworms, Flies & Maggots and a lot more

Crops for Neem Oil Based Formulations:

  • It can be the best pesticide for: Cotton, Rice, Tea, Tomato, Brinjal

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