How to Wash Neem Oil Off Vegetables
Neem oil is a great pesticide-free alternative to synthetic products and is safe to use to help protect your vegetable crops from damaging pests. But if you’ve used neem oil on your veggies, you may be wondering how to remove it from the leaves before harvesting.
What You Will Need
- Garden hose
- Warm water
- Organic dish soap
- Soft cloth towel
- Start by lightly rinsing the vegetables with a garden hose to remove as much of the neem oil as possible.
- Mix a few drops of organic dish soap with warm water in a bucket and use it to give the vegetables a further rinsing.
- Thoroughly dry the vegetables with a soft cloth towel or hairdryer.
- Make sure to dry the vegetables completely before storing or eating them, to ensure that all traces of the neem oil have been removed.
Neem oil is a great, natural solution to pest control, but it’s important to make sure that it’s removed from vegetables before eating or storing them. With the simple steps above, you can be sure that your vegetables will be safe for consumption.