NeemAzal®-T/S

Ecological Insecticide

NeemAzal®-T/S was specially developed to control free-living sucking, chewing and leaf-mining insect pests. Our plant protection product, based on the natural ingredient of the tropical neem tree, is approved for organic farming.

NeemAzal®-T/S is not dangerous to honey bees, has a good compatibility with beneficial organisms and a wide field of action.

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From the Kernels of the Neem Tree

NeemAzal®-T/S contains NeemAzal®, the pure active ingredient from the kernels of the tropical neem tree Azadiracta indica A. Juss. The active ingredient is obtained as a powdery plant extract in a specially developed process. The extract clearly stands out from inferior and sometimes harmful neem oils, which can contain questionable impurities and are not approved as plant protection products in Europe due to lack of standardization. Our extraction process guarantees a consistently high quality.
The biological insecticide NeemAzal®-T/S also contains formulation additives based on renewable raw materials for a high efficiency against a wide range of insect pests.

The long way from the neem tree to our ready-to-use product:

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Areas of Application

NeemAzal®-T/S is a versatile biological pesticide that has been approved by the Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL) for the following indications in Germany:

Aphids
Whiteflies
Leafminers
Caterpillars
Thrips
Fungus gnats
Potato beetle
Mites
cicadas
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Agriculture

Potatoes

Area

Open field

Pest

Colorado potato beetle

Applications per year

2

Time of Application

Upon reaching threshold limits, or when a pest outbreak alert has been issued
L1 to L3 young larval stages

Application Rate (per ha)

2.5 L in 300 – 700 L water

Waiting Period

4 days

Additional Information

Spraying, time between Treatments: 7 days

Vegetable Cultivation

Medicinal Plants

Dried, utilization of plant’s leaves

Area

Open field, greenhouse

Pest

Sucking insects (except Heteroptera), chewing, and leaf-mining insects *

Applications per year

4

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organism become visible
Up to BBCH 89 (not applicable for seed production purposes)

Application Rate (per ha)

3 L in 500 – 600 L water

Waiting Period

14 days (leaves, fresh)

Additional Information

Spraying, time between treatments: 7 to 10 days

* Except: Tephritidae, Nasonovia ribisnigri, cabbage fly species, swede midge, brassica pod midge, Brassicogethes aeneus, Curculionidae species, Psylliodes species, other hidden pest types.
Only to reduce infestation levels: thrips, Heteroptera, Auchenorrhyncha, Brevicoryne brassicae, various other aphid species, spider mites.

Fresh Herbs

Except Chives

Area

Open field, greenhouse

Pest

Sucking insects (except Heteroptera), chewing, and leaf-mining insects *

Applications per year

3

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organism become visible

Application Rate (per ha)

3 L in 500 – 800 L water

Waiting Period

14 days

Additional Information

Spraying, time between treatments: 7 to 10 days

* Except: Tephritidae, Nasonovia ribisnigri, cabbage fly species, swede midge, brassica pod midge, Brassicogethes aeneus, Curculionidae species, Psylliodes species, other hidden pest types.
Only to reduce infestation levels: thrips, Heteroptera, Auchenorrhyncha, Brevicoryne brassicae, various other aphid species, spider mites.

Spinach and Related Species

Area

Open field

Pest

Sucking insects (except Heteroptera), chewing, and leaf-mining insects *

Applications per year

3

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organism become visible

Application Rate (per ha)

3 L in 500 – 800 L water

Waiting Period

7 days

Additional Information

Spraying, time between treatments: 7 to 10 days

* Except: Tephritidae, Nasonovia ribisnigri, cabbage fly species, swede midge, brassica pod midge, Brassicogethes aeneus, Curculionidae species, Psylliodes species, other hidden pest types.
Only to reduce infestation levels: thrips, Heteroptera, Auchenorrhyncha, Brevicoryne brassicae, various other aphid species, spider mites.

Kopfkohle

Weiß-, Rot-, Spitz-, Rosen- und Wirsingkohl

Bereich

Freiland

Schädling

Saugende (ausgenommen Wanzen), Beißende, blattminierende Insekten *

Anwendungen pro Jahr

3

Anwendungszeitpunkt

Bei Befallsbeginn bzw. Auftreten der Junglarven

Aufwand (pro Hektar)

3 L in 500 – 800 L Wasser

Wartezeit

3 Tage

Bemerkung

Spritzen im Abstand von 7 bis 10 Tagen

* ausgenommen Bohrfliegen, Kohlfliegen-Arten, Kohldrehherzmücke, Kohlschotenmücke, Rapsglanzkäfer, Rüsselkäfer-Arten, Erdflöhe, andere Schädlinge mit versteckter Lebensweise.
Lediglich zur Befallsminderung: Thripse, Blattwanzen, Zikaden, Mehlige Kohlblattlaus, Salatblattläuse, vereinzelte andere Blattlausarten, Spinnmilben

Chinese Cabbage and Kale

Area

Open Field

Pest

Sucking insects, chewing insects

Applications per year

3

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organism become visible

Application Rate (per ha)

2.5 L in 300 – 600 L water

Waiting Period

7 days (28 at young plant cultivation)

Additional Information

Spraying, time between Treatments: 7 days

Fruiting Vegetables, incl. Cucurbits

Calabash / bottle gourd, Cucurbita pepo, Cucurbita moschata, Cucurbita maxima, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, zucchini, eggplants

Area

Open field, greenhouse; only greenhouse: peppers

Pest

Sucking insects (except Heteroptera), chewing, and leaf-mining insects *

Applications per year

3

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organism become visible

Application Rate (per ha)

less than 50 cm: 2 L in 600 L water
50 – 125 cm: 2.5 L in 800 L water
more than 125 cm: 3 L in 1000 L water

Waiting Period

3 days

Additional Information

Spraying, time between treatments: 7 to 10 days

* Except: Tephritidae, Nasonovia ribisnigri, cabbage fly species, swede midge, brassica pod midge, Brassicogethes aeneus, Curculionidae species, Psylliodes species, other hidden pest types.
Only to reduce infestation levels: thrips, Heteroptera, Auchenorrhyncha, Brevicoryne brassicae, various other aphid species, spider mites.

Asparagus

Area

Open field

Pest

Sucking insects, chewing insects

Applications per year

2

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organisms become visible
After harvesting

Application Rate (per ha)

3 L in 300 – 600 L water

Waiting Period

None

Additional Information

Spraying, time between Treatments: 7 days

Leek

Area

Open field

Pest

Sucking insects, chewing insects

Applications per year

3

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organisms become visible

Application Rate (per ha)

3 L in 300 – 600 L water

Waiting Period

28 days

Additional Information

Spraying, time between Treatments: 7 days

Bulb Crop

Utilization as bunch onions

Area

Open field

Pest

Sucking insects, chewing insects

Applications per year

3

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organisms become visible

Application Rate (per ha)

3 L in 300 – 600 L water

Waiting Period

28 days

Additional Information

Spraying, time between Treatments: 7 days

Fruit Cultivation

Pome Fruit

Except pears

Area

Open field

Pest

Sucking, chewing, and leaf-mining insects*

Applications per year

4

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organism become visible
Up to BBCH 69

Application Rate (per ha)

1.5 L in 300 – 500 L water and per m of tree crown height

Waiting Period

None

Additional Information

Spraying time between treatments: 10 to 14 days

* Except: woolly apple aphid, scale insects, mealybugs, coddling moth, apple blossom weevil, other hidden pest types .
Onlyto reduce infestation levels: apple sawfly (preventing secondary infestation ) tortrix, species , psyllids, cherryblossom, tineid, Auchenorrhyncha, spider mites.

Stone Fruit

Area

Open field

Pest

Aphids, Small winter moth

Applications per year

3

Time of Application

Bei Befallsbeginn bzw. Sichtbarwerden der ersten Symptome

Application Rate (per ha)

1.5 L in at least 500 L water and per m of tree crown height

Waiting period

7 days

Additional Information

Spraying, time between Treatments: 7 days

Berries

Blackberry, raspberry, currant-like berry fruit

Area

Open field

Pest

Aphids, Small winter moth

Applications per year

2

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organisms become visible

Application Rate (per ha)

3 L in max. 1000 L water

Waiting Period

7 days

Additional Information

Spraying, time between Treatments: 7 days

Viticulture

Vine Nurseries and Mother Plants

Non-producing plantations

Area

Open field

Pest

For reducing infestations of Phylloxera on leaves, cockchafer beetle

Applications per year

2

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organism become visible
Up to BBCH 61

Application Rate (per ha)

3 L in 400 – 800 L water

Waiting Period

None

Additional Information

Spraying, time between treatments: 7 to 14 days

Ornamental Plant Cultivation

Ornamental Plants

Except pear trees and ornamental conifers

Area

Open field, greenhouse, public green spaces

Pest

Sucking, chewing, and leaf-mining insects*, whitefly

Applications per year

4

Time of Application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organism become visible

Application Rate (per ha)

Plant size less than 50 cm: 3 L in max. 2000 L Wasser

Waiting Period

None

Additional Information

Spraying, time between treatments: 7 to 10 days

* Except: scale insects, mealybugs, Curculionidae, gall-producing pests and other hidden pest types.
Only to reduce infestation levels: thrips, Heteroptera, Auchenorrhyncha, spider mites.

Seedling Cultivation

Area

Greenhouse

Pest

Fungus gnats

Time of application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organism become visible
Up to BBCH 11 to 59

Application Rate (per ha)

1.5 L in 300 L water

Waiting Period

None

Additional Information

Moulding, time between treatments: 7 days

Ornamental Plants

Area

Greenhouse

Pest

Thrips, leaf miner fly, white fly, aphids, Lepidopteran caterpillars, spider mites

Applications per year

6 block treatments for each culture / year with 3 treatments / block, time between block treatments: 45 days

Time of application

At the onset of infestation and / or when the first symptoms / harmful organisms become visible
BBCH 15 – 89

Application rate (per ha)

3.75 L in 500 to 2000 L water

Waiting period

None

Additional Information

Spraying, time between Treatments: 7 days

NeemAzal®-T/S at a Glance

  • Mode of Action
  • Beneficials
  • Additional Information

NeemAzal®-T/S contains NeemAzal®, the purified active ingredient of the seed kernels of the tropical neem tree. The active substance permeates into the leaves and is distributed partially systemic in the plant. It is ingested by pest organisms via suckig or feeding.

NeemAzal®-T/S has no immediate toxic effect (no “knock down”) and has a special multi-stage mode of action. Within a few hours after application of NeemAzal®-T/S, it has an inactivating effect on a wide variety of free-living sucking, chewing and leaf mining insects such as aphids, whiteflies and thrips. The pest insects cease their food uptake and thereby their plant-damaging activities. The developmental and moulting processes of the pest organisms are inhibited, which leads to mortality after a few days. In adult organisms, fertility is significantly reduced.

The multi-stage, slow mode of action of NeemAzal®-T/S hould be taken into consideration when assessing efficacy. Therefore, it is more important to assess plant-protective effects (e.g. absence of feeding damage, colonies or honeydew production) than to assess the number of dead pest organisms. Aphid colonies are often still visible for some time, but the young aphids do not develop anymore.

NeemAzal®-T/S is not dangerous to honey bees under the recommended application conditions (B4).

NeemAzal®-T/S   is harmless for most beneficial organisms and can be used alongside them. Beneficial organisms can make an important contribution to reducing pest insects.

Detailed information can be found in the corresponding instruction leaflet.

honey bee bee-friendly
Container 1 L | 5 L | 25 L | 200 L | 1000 L
Shelf Life
2 years, from the date of production
Storage
Store in a cool and dry place at temperatures between 15 and 20° C. Storage below 10° C can lead to precipitations in the product. The precipitation can be dissolved (without any loss of product efficacy) by briefly heating the product to approx. 20-30° C.
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