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Neem. Azadirachta indica


EN bORRADOR;


Pero para que el aceite de Neem mantenga sus características no debe estar expuesto  a la luz, ni bajar de los 15 ºC de temperatura. La luz degrada al Neem y a temperaturas bajas se solidifica una parte.
El Aceite de Neem puede emplearse eficazmente en forma de pulverización sobre las superficies para controlar una gran variedad de plagas de insectos y hongos sobre una gran variedad de plantas y granos almacenados
Se usa  en formulaciones del 1 al 2 %, ya que mayores concentraciones pude tener efectos fitotóxicos.


Enfermedades da planta do Neem:
http://pakagri.blogspot.com.es/2012/04/invincible-neem-under-pest-attack.html?goback=.gde_68088_member_108991420

Historia do Neem:


The history of neem tree can be traced back to the ancient Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro civilizations in India. The medical practitioners of that period studied a variety of natural occurring plants and trees having therapeutic value and neem tree was one of them. The earliest indication of neem tree being used for its medicinal properties in households began nearly 5000 years ago. Neem is said to have been widely used in traditional systems of medicine like Ayurveda and this is also mentioned in earliest Indian scriptures of medicine- the CharakSamhita and SushrutaSamhita.
Neem was earlier used in households for giving bath to newly born infants, protect people from insect bites and also indigenously used to protect a number of plants as neem contained insecticidal properties. It was also widely used to cure skin ailments. Neem, also called Azadirachtaindica is an aboriginal tree found in tropical and semi-tropical countries like Burma and India; Neem has been declared non-toxic to humans and each part of the tree is used as an active ingredient in different industries. Neem tree has been given its due recognition, with a number of researches being conducted on an international level to understand the benefits and potential of neem. Today neem is used on a commercial basis and finds immense use in a number of products in industries ranging from cosmetics to agriculture, from pharmaceuticals to Ayurveda. Neem seeds contain about 45% oil. The oil is vegetable type oil composed of glycerides (80 to 95%) and free fatty acids (4 to 20%). It is bio-degradable natural plant material. It has no phytotoxicity (damaging properties to the plant tissues) in lower ranges (like 1 to 3%). It damages crops in higher concentrations (>5% but again it depends upon crops). Neem and its products find a number of uses in agriculture. Needless to say, this magical tree and its part, like seed, flowers, bark, and leaf can be used to produce high quality:With the increasing trend of using bio fertilizers, insecticides and pesticides, neem is being increasingly cultivated and grown all over the world to get the active ingredient-azadirachtin, responsible for stopping the growth cycle of insects and pests, fungi etc. Neem is also assuming a lot of importance in crop management.
Gradually the fame of this 'wonder tree' spread to western countries and after a lot of researches funded by internationally acclaimed organisations like UN, neem and its products were accepted for their therapeutic value and having no side effects in US, UK, Australia among others.Neem tree has miraculous powers and scientists are beginning to unfold the powers and potential of this revered tree. It is now being cultivated and grown in a number of countries to fully tap its potential and used on a commercial basis.Scientists around the world are concentrating their efforts on regulating the nitrogen supply to crops by reducing the rate of either hydrolysis or nitrification or both, so as to ensure continuous and optimal supply of nitrogen to match the requirements of crops at different stages of growth. A considerable volume of data is available on the potential of the constituents of neem (Azadirachtaindica) seeds known as triterpenes as effective nitrification inhibitors. In fact the Indian Council of Agricultural Research in its publication ‘Technology for Rice Production’ for different states has recommended the use of neem cake blended or coated urea. In spite of the encouraging results obtained with the use of urea coated with neem cake, this practice has not attracted the attention of farmers on a large scale because the process of coating urea with neem cake is cumbersome and because neem cake is not readily available at the farm level
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Neem oil (Technical )
Neem Oil ( 3000ppm , 10,000ppm ,30,000ppm & 45000ppm.)
Laxmikant Mulgir
Asst.Manager International Business AGRI
Exotic Naturals,Mumbai
laxmikantmulgir@gmail.com

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