DinAmin based on neem oil or nim.

Repellent and insecticide, obtained from extracts of seeds of Azadirachta indica (neem tree). Neem oil is very effective for the control of more than 300 species of insects and phytopathogenic mites. Its active substances act as a regulator of insect life, sterilize adult insects and prevent developing insects from reaching adulthood. The neem oil acts by contact or ingestion, interposing itself energetically in the moulting processes. 

Composition:

NEEM oil ………….. 40%.

Soybean Oil ……………. 43%.

 

Recommended dose:

  • Agricultural: 1.5 to 1 Lts per 100 Lts of water;
  • Livestock: 2 to 4 Lts per 100Lts of water;
  • Garden or garden: 20 ml per 1 Lt of water;
  • Veterinarian: 20 to 40 ml per 1 Lt of water.

 

Properties of Neem oil:

Neem oil blocks the endocrine system of the insect, leaving the body and brain of the insect so confused that they can not reproduce and their populations are greatly reduced.

The main active ingredient of Neem oil is azadirachtin, which has repellent action on insects and other pests, and also breaks its life cycle, preventing its development and multiplication.

Neem is biodegradable, it is not toxic to people, animals or auxiliary fauna.

Dinamin does not harm beneficial insects (auxiliary fauna) that must be found naturally in the garden and gardens, as in the case of earthworms, bees, butterflies, etc.

How does it work for pests and diseases?

  • Fertilize the soil or growing medium.
  • Destroys and inhibits the development of eggs, larvae or pupae.
  • Blocks the metamorphosis of larvae or nymphs.
  • It destroys its mating and sexual communication.
  • It repels larvae and adults.
  • Sterilize adults.
  • It prevents their feeding.
  • Blocks the ability to swallow (reducing intestinal mobility).
  • Inhibits the formation of chitin (Material that makes up the skeleton of the insect).
  • It prevents the moulting, necessary to enter the next stage of development, in such a way that they act as a regulator of insect growth.

Because of its special mode of action, insecticides based on Neem do not have an immediate effect on contact with insects, the results can be observed from one to 1 to 3 days after its application.

CATTLE RAISING:

Uses of Neem in cattle and birds.

In India, control of various pests and diseases of livestock with Neem by-products is practiced.

Seed oil is used to repel flies that oviposit in wounds, or there is also evidence that it controls the bacteria staphylococcus aureus, which causes inflammation of the mammary glands (mastitis), and the bacterium salmonella sp, the causative agent of abortion in equines, cows and sheep.

Currently, livestock production has been able to verify the efficiency of Neem insecticides to combat the action of different ectoparasites that affect livestock. For ticks control  (Boophilos microplus) in cattle, the seed or cake is used.

Neem oil can be applied externally on the skin of cattle.