Using Neem For Prevention on Japanese Mustard Greens


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once i brought some of my potted up plants outside, I started spraying them with neem+DrBronners Sal Suds... I sprayed some young brassicas... Kale, Broccolil and Japanese Mustard Greens... my mustard greens seem to be having some deterioration of the leaf in little spots... its not cabbage worms... the broccoli and kale is fine tho... i think its the neem... is it possible?
 
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I don't think so. If neem is used in the heat of the day there can be leaf burning. If you could send pictures of the damage it would be a big help.
 
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I appreciate the reply... i find taking pics to be cumbersome, though I may.

I found some youtube videos where people had had problems... could be too much soap... or not enough dilution... I followed recommendations exactly, but perhaps Japanese Mustard needs less. I will let you know if the holes stop, as I am not using the neem unless i see looper-holes. Thank you :)
 

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