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Discussion in 'Growing Organic Marijuana' started by wetdog, Jul 8, 2017.
Figured if it's good for animals .......
VOE prefered, but opinions and WAGs Ok also.
Serious, ..I have used neem oil initially for bugs in my plants
then for pubic lice
then in my Indianan curries
today I'll apply a teaspoon to the cat behind his tail
I suspect flies(jumpy things?)
its nicer in curries ...lol
I don't know how to do a proper link, but this article was in the local newspaper this morning.
link Farming Alaska’s seas
Kelp salsa sounds like a great way to take your vitamins.
(Also, Jeff Lowenfel's weekly garden column is in this paper as well, use the top menu's to find it.)
hth or is interesting
Yip the cat thing worked
kelp is known to be very nutritious. the Japanese eat all sorts of kelp and praise it for its health benefits.
since kelp is grown in the sea without use of any additives, id say the only difference between the garden variety and the one you would find in a health food shop would be particle size (finer for human consumption) and packaging.
I saw that as Neem Meal ...lol