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Welcome to our range of Neem Fertiliser, where nature’s ancient wisdom meets modern gardening techniques. Specially formulated for eco-conscious gardeners, our Neem Fertilisers provide a host of benefits that synthetic alternatives just can’t match.


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Neem Cake Fertiliser
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Neem Cake Fertiliser

Organic Neem Coir Peat 5kg Block
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Organic Neem Coir Peat

2 reviews $6.32
Cold Pressed Neem Seed Oil 250ml
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Cold Pressed Neem Seed Oil

4 reviews $19.99
Grow N Save Neem Cake 2.5kg
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Grow N Save Neem Cake

4 reviews $16.49
Plant Runner Care Essential Gift Pack
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Plant Runner Essential Gift Pack

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Plant Super Boost

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Neem Cake Soil Conditioner
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Neem Cake Soil Conditioner – 2kg

4 reviews $18.90

Why Choose Neem Fertilisers?

Derived from the versatile Neem tree, renowned for its medicinal and agricultural uses, our Neem Fertilisers offer an all-natural way to nourish your plants. Not only do they enrich the soil with essential nutrients, but they also provide the added advantage of pest and disease resistance.


Can neem be used as a fertilizer? Yes, neem can be used as a fertilizer. Neem cake, which is a byproduct obtained after cold-pressing the neem seeds, is commonly used as a soil amendment. It provides essential nutrients to the soil, improves its structure, and also has natural pest repellent properties. How do you make neem fertilizer? You can make neem fertilizer at home using neem cake or neem leaves. For neem cake, simply crumble it into the soil or mix it with compost. To use neem leaves:
  1. Collect neem leaves and let them dry naturally.
  2. Crush the dried leaves into a powder.
  3. Mix this powder with soil or compost.
  4. Apply it around the base of the plants and water thoroughly.
What is the NPK for neem? The NPK value of neem cake varies depending on its production process but generally falls in the range of 4-1-2, which means it is relatively rich in Nitrogen. It's advisable to read the manufacturer's specifications to know the exact NPK ratio. Remember to always follow manufacturer's guidelines or consult with a gardening expert for specific information tailored to your garden's needs.