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Humeen Neem Fertilizer, 600g
The Humeen Neem Fertilizer combines the versatility of the Neem tree from a mixture of Neem seeds and Neem cake in an organic NPK fertilizer.
The ingredients of the Humeen Neem Fertilizer are absorbed by the roots and distributed with the sap flow, enabling them to be effective throughout the plant. The fertilizer contains all the important main nutrients together with calcium and magnesium and with the valuable bioactive substances that protect the Indian native Neem tree from threadworms, locusts, mites, viruses and fungi.
Humeen Neem fertilizer is approved for organic farming! The product has been included in the "Betriebsmittelliste für den ökologischen Landbau in Deutschland" (List of farm inputs for organic farming in Germany) and the "FiBL-Liste Öko-Verarbeitung" (List Organic Processing). www.biologischgaertnern.de
Instructions for use:
- for adult plants: 30 g Humeen Neem fertiliser per litre of plant soil
- for young plants: mix 5 g of Humeen Neem fertilizer with 1 liter of potting soil. This is sufficient, as young plants are more sensitive and absorb the nutrients very well. This way they are well protected for the first weeks.
- Or: add 30 g of Humeen Neem fertilizer per liter of watering water, then spread the brew on the soil between the (adult) plants
Regular application improves the long-term effect of the fertilizer, as it minimizes intermittent release and thus loss of the main nutrient nitrogen.
Fertiliser type: organic NPK fertiliser 3.5+1.0+1.5 with Ca, Mg and other trace elements.
Not harmful to humans, animals and plants and ecologically safe. Is also used in organic farming.
In the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America many cultures traditionally use the unique plant strengthening and disease-repelling effect of Neem in agriculture and horticulture. Indian farmers, for example, use ground Neem seeds or neem cake not only to enrich the soil, but also to expel and ward off harmful insects such as caterpillars, beetle larvae, grasshoppers, cicadas, leaf miners, aphids and bugs.