Neem oil spray for roses in a vegetable garden

Asked June 20, 2019, 9:38 PM EDT

I have a raised bed vegetable garden and one box I have given to my neighbor who wanted to grow roses because he’s in a wheelchair it’s easier accessible in a raised bed it has bugs on the roses and we wanted to use the Neem oil organic pesticide spray but I was concerned about having the spray in advertently hit the growing vegetables is there a danger with that spray affecting my vegetable garden?

Muskegon County Michigan

1 Response

Neem oil is commonly used in vegetable gardens. Some are even OMRI listed for use by certified organic growers. As long as the formulation is listed for vegetables and the label directions are followed there should not be any problem. Check out the following links:
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