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Monterey 70% Neem Oil Concentrate by Monterey Lawn Garden
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Monterey 70% Neem Oil Concentrate

Monterey Neem Oil is an organic liquid pest control spray derived from the seeds of the Azadirachta indica (Indian Neem Tree), which is native to India and other parts of Southeast Asia. Neem has been prized for thousands of years as a pest control product due to its versatile and highly effective properties. It works on contact in multiple ways:

As an insecticide and miticide it works as an antifeedant (insects will stop feeding after they ingest it), as a growth regulator/hormone disruptor ( it prevents normal hormone releases that trigger growth and maturation) and as a smotherant (insects that coated with neem oil will suffocate).

As a fungicide: it will inhibit mycelial growth by coating the spores, which prevents further spore development. will not kill fungal pathogens outright, it will only inhibit further develop, so it's important to treat the area ahead of an infestation.


  • Kills the eggs, larvae and adult stages of insects.
  • Thorough plant coverage is essential to obtain optimal levels of control.
  • Can be used up to the day of harvest - 0-day Pre-Harvest Interval (0-Day PHI).
  • Does not require any additional product like a spreader, sticker or extender.
  • Controls Alternaria , Anthracnose, Black Spot, Botrytis , Downy Mildew , Needle Rust, Powdery Mildew , Scab, and Twig and Tip Blight . Please see below for a list of insect pests controlled.


For use on roses and other flowers, houseplants, ornamental trees and shrubs, fruits, nuts and vegetables grown in and around the home and in home gardens.


This Product Controls These Pests or Diseases: Aphids ( Mult ), Beet Armyworm ( Spodoptera exigua (Hubner) ), Black Cutworm ( Agrotis ipsilon (Hufnagel) ), Broccoli Worms; Imported Cabbage Worm ( Pieris rapae ), Cabbage loopers ( Trichoplusia ni ), Cabbage Moth, Cabbage Army Moth ( Mamestra brassicae ), Cabbage worms ( Pieris rapae ), California Laurel Aphid ( Euthoracaphis umbellulariae ), Celery Worm (aka Parsley Worm, Parsnip Butterfly, Eastern Black Swallowtail, American Swallowtail) ( Papilio polyxenes ), Cherry Fruit Worm ( Grapholita pacakardi ), Citrus Red Scale (aka California Red Scale) ( Aonidiella aurantii ), Coconut Mealybug ( Nipaecoccus nipae ), Codling Moth ( Cydia pomonella ), Corn Borer (aka European Corn Borer) ( Ostrinia nubilalis ), Corn Borer (aka Southwestern Corn Borer) ( Diatraea grandiosella ), Corn Earworm ( Helicoverpa zea ), Cucumber Beetle (Striped) ( Acalymma vittatum ), Diamondback moth ( Plutella xylostella ), European Corn Borer (aka Corn Borer) ( Ostrinia nubilalis ), Fall Armyworm ( Spodoptera frugiperda ), Fall Canker Worms, Inchworms ( Alsophila pometaria ), Flea Beetle ( Chaetocnema confines ), Fruit flies ( Drasophylla ), Fruit Worm ( mult ), Grape Leaf Folder ( Desmia funeralis ), Grape Leafroller ( Erythroneura variabilis ), Greenhouse whitefly ( Trialeurodes vaporariorum ), Spongy Moth ( Lymantria dispar ), Hornworm ( Manduca sp ), Inch worm ( Mult ), Indian Meal Moth ( Plodia interpunctella ), Japanese Beetles ( Popillia japonica Newman ), Lacebugs ( Corythucha sp ), Leafhoppers ( Circulifer tenellus ), Leafminers ( Phyllocnistis sp ), Leafroller ( Archips argyrospila ), Leafroller ( Choristoneura rosaceana ), Leafroller ( Pandemis pyrusana ), Leafrollers ( Epiphyas postvittana ), Lucerne Moth ( Nomophila noctuella ), Mealybugs ( Planococcus citri ), Mealybug ( Pseudococcus sp ), Mexican Bean Beetle ( Epilachna varivestis Mulsant ), Omnivorous leafroller ( Platynota stultana ), Orange tortrix ( Argyrotaenia (=citrana) franciscana ), Oriental Fruit Moth ( Grapholitha molesta ), Parsleyworm ( Papilio polyxenes asterius ), Pink Bollworm ( Pectinophora gossypiella ), Potato Leafhopper ( Empoasca fabae ), Potato Leafhopper; Bean Jassid ( Empoasca fabae ), Psyllids ( Mult ), Red-banded Leafroller ( Argyrotaenia velutinana ), Silverleaf whitefly ( Bemisia sp ), Sod Webworm ( Mult ), Sperry's Lawn Moth ( Crambus sperryellus ), Sweet Potato Whitefly ( Bemisia tabaci ), Sweetpotato Whitefly ( Bemisia sp ), Tarnished Plant Bug ( Lygus lineolaris ), Tent Caterpillar ( Malacosoma americanum ), Thrips ( Franklinothrips sp ), Tobacco Budworm ( Heliothis virescens ), Tomato Fruitworm ( Helicoverpa (Heliothis) zea ), Tomato Pinworm ( Keiferia lycopersicella ), True Armyworm ( Pseudaletia unipuncta ), Walnut Caterpillar ( Datana integerrima ), Weevils ( Mult )



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Product Details
Recommended Usage
Recommended Interval
7 days
Neem Oil
  • Monterey Neem Oil Product Label - Concentrate
  • Monterey Neem Oil Product Label - RTU
  • Monterey Neem Oil Monterey Lawn & Garden Neem Oil Ready-to-Use Label
  • Monterey Neem Oil Monterey Lawn & Garden Neem Oil Ready-to-Use SDS
  • Monterey Neem Oil SDS - Concentrate
Use & Instructions

Application Instructions

Apply 70% NEEM OIL at first sign of insects/mites. For control of aphids, spider mites, scale, whiteflies, beetles, leafrollers, and other insect pests. 70% NEEM OIL is most effective when applied every 7 to 14 days. For heavy insect populations, spray on a 7 day schedule.

Mixing Instructions

Mix 70% NEEM OIL at the rate of 2 tablespoons (1 fluid ounce) per gallon of water. Thoroughly mix solution and spray all plant surfaces (including undersides of leaves) until completely wet. Frequently mix solution as you spray.


Diseases & Pests Controlled
  • Alternaria
  • Anthracnose
  • Black Spot
  • Botrytis
  • Downy Mildews
  • Needle Rust
  • Powdery Mildew
  • Scabs
  • Aphids
  • Thrips
  • Mites
  • Spider Mites
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