Organic Neem Tree Granules 100kg - NativeNeem

Organic Neem Tree Granules 100kg

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Native Neem Organic Neem Tree Granules 100kg( 20kg x 5 bags)

Plant Growth Promoter

BioGro Certified Organic

Native Neem Organic Neem Tree Granules have been used as a natural insecticide for thousands of years. This is a natural and organic product that prevents and kills nasty insects in the garden. If used at 4-6 weekly intervals you will very rarely need to use any other sprays. Good for all soils, all crops, and all seasons. It works primarily by increasing the humus content of the soil. It is an all-purpose organic soil conditioner, ideal for low organic matter soils. Native Neem organic certified tree granules are the residue left from the first extraction process after the seeds kernels are crushed to extract the oil.

These granules are known as the ‘King’ among other organic fertilizers due to their high Azadirachtin content and high NPK value. 

Our research proves that the following nematodes are controlled by neem cake: Arenaria, Hapoalim's Indicus, Helicotylenchus Erythrina, Pratylenchus sp., Meloidogyne Incognita, M.Javanica (root-knot nematode found in vegetable crops like okra, chili, French beans, tomato, black gram, green gram, eggplant, etc) Parasitic Fungi, R.Brassica, Reniform Nematode, Root-knot Nematodes, Rotylenchulus reniformis (found on okra, French and garden beans), Radopholus similis (banana) Trylenchor hynchus - various species, etc.

Other Pests: Grain Moth, Lesser Grain Moth, Red Flour Beetle. 

Neem cake/granules are harder to find but are a highly bio-available fertiliser, exceptionally effective at controlling garden pests. They may also assist in repelling mammals such as deer, rabbits, and squirrels.

Contains Organic and Natural ingredients:

  • Crushed Neem seed kernels

Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight

Benefits & Usage


The neem granules should be added to the soil at planting time. Alternatively, it should be applied to the ground surface well before insects that attack your plants are about. Presently, Grass Grub, Porina, and Bronze Beetle are all problems that can be controlled with Neem. If you are having problems with your tomatoes and potatoes, Neem is particularly efficacious and the best natural safeguard against the potato/tomato psyllid. 

  • Stops progression from eggs to grubs

  • Stops grubs from becoming flying insects

  • Reduces insect attack

  • Controls grass grub

  • Controls root nematodes

  • Controls mealybugs

  • Controls tomato/potato psyllid

  • Controls white butterfly attack 

  • Protects Container plants


Unlike chemicals, insects do not become ‘super’ insects that develop resistance

Field Studies have shown that Native Neem Neem Tree Granules dosed at 250 kilograms per hectare has the efficacy of commercial neem cake at a dosage of 1000 kilograms per hectare

  • Totally prevents hatching and acts as an insecticide on eggs in the soil

  • Enriches the soil with natural nutrients

  • The chlorophyll content increases daily  

  • Totally organic matter, no harm to soil, water, or the environment and induces the growth of beneficial soil flora and fauna


Increases the nutrients and microorganisms of the soil and develops as totally organic matter as follows:

  • Induces the nitrification process

  • The decomposition of Native Neem neem cake releases fatty acids, aldehydes, ketones, amino acids, carbohydrates, and frees sulfur, which forms the precursor materials for plant growth and metabolism

  • Once decomposed, many of the released compounds hinder the growth of pathogenic fungus

  • The taste, odor, and organic composition retards repels/inhibits the growth and development of plant-parasitic nematodes

  • Root galling can be controlled


Directions of Native Neem Neem Granules: 

  • New Plants: Apply a handful of granules to the planting hole at a depth of15-20cm, mix into the soil, then sprinkle another handful of granules on top of the soil around the plants                       

  • Established Plants: 50 -80 grams per square meter, lightly raked around the plants

  • Grass Grub Treatment: Sprinkle the granules over the recently mowed lawn at the rate of 50 grams per square meter and water to settle into the soil. The best time for treating is around December as the females are laying their eggs and the grubs are hatching. Also about April/May/June/July depending on where you are in NZ.

  • Very effective around shrubs and tall trees where spraying is difficult

  • Store at room temperature in dry and dark conditions

  • Harmless to earthworms.

  • Note:  It is common to see white mold on granules when not covered with soil. This is a natural breakdown process and it will not harm your plant. The mold will be beneficial to the component of soil. If you do not want to see the mold, then put some soil on the top of the granules, this will also dampen the smell of the granules.