This is a new effective organic insecticide

Botanical Insecticide, Miticide, and Nematicide

AzaMax is a natural product with a broad spectrum of pest control and broad plant applications. AzaMax is made from special Azadirachtin Technical extracted using patented extraction technology from Neem, a tree known for it’s innumerable benefits.

General Hydroponics AzaMax - Pint

by General Hydroponics

  • Organic insecticide developed for the eco-friendly gardener
  • Use up to the time or day of harvest
  • Contains a natural active ingredient
  • Safe to apply in high traffic areas

AzaMax is a natural product with a broad spectrum of pest control and broad plant applications. It contains Azadirachtin A&B as active ingredients and more than 100 limonoids from it's special technology. The special feature of AzaMax is that it does not use hard chemical solvents and fully uses food grade formulation ingredients. AzaMax is an antifeedant and insect growth regulator which control pests through starvation and growth disruption.

Mix one tablespoon to one gallon of water. OMRI Listed.


Azamax effectively controls :

Trees and Shrubs

Asian Long-Horned Beetle, Bagworms, Bark Beetle, Black Vine Weevil, Boxelder Bugs, Budworm, Cankerworm, Conifer Spider Mite, Elm Bark Beetle,   Fall Armyworm, Gypsy Moth, Japanese Beetle, Lacebugs, Leafroller, Rose Chafer, Spruce Budwor,  Spruce Spider Mite, Tent Caterpillar



*Chinch Bugs,

*Lawn Armyworm





Flea Beetle

Flower Thrips,

Gladiolus Thrips


Japanese Beetle


Mealy Bug

Red Spider Mites




Vegetable Gardens


Cabbage Looper

Colorado Potato Beetle

Corn Earworm


Diamondback Moth

Flea Beetles


Imported Cabbageworm

Japanese Beetle


Mexican Bean Beetle

Onion Thrips

Red Spider Mites



Fruit Trees

Pear Psyllids


Also Controlled


European Chafer, , ,

Fungus Gnat,

June Beetle,




Stink Bug;

Tussock Moth;

Two-Spotted Spider Mite.


Words from the wise: Use your Azamax applications carefully! The best way to spray your garden with this organic pest control is lightly! Azamax is Strong not harsh.

Step 1: Read over the AzaMax instructions.  The bottle came with a little chart detailing the volume needed to obtain different strength solutions.

Step 2:  Stay on the lower end of the chart when making your solutions.  Remember - you can always spray the solution a few different times to ensure the plant is covered.

Step 3: Fill up a beaker or your spray bottle with water.  You want to use something with liquid measurement so you can easily calculate how much Azamax to add.  You will notice the Azamax has a self measuring compartment.  Squeeze the bottle to get Azamax into the measurement area.  Use enough liquid to require 2 -4 ml of Azamax so it is easy to measure.

Step 4: Mix the Azamax with the water to form your solution.  Shake the bottle vigorously to completely mix the solution.  This should only take about 10-15 seconds.

Step 5:  As you spray your plants continue to gently shake your bottle.  Continuous shaking will ensure the solution stays mixed throughout the spraying process.

Step 6:  Spray the Azamax about 6- 8 inches from the plant depending on the power of your sprayer.  The large hand pump sprays should use more distance to avoid plant damage.

Step 7: Spray directly on any pest sites or spider mite eggs.  Spray the under sides of the leaves and the top of the soil or growth medium.  Spraying the medium will kill hatching eggs nested away from light.

It takes about 7-10 days for every insect to die off.  You can spray again safely the seventh day.  If you have a really bad infestation, you could try spraying every four or five days.  If you do not have time for as many applications, try using a slightly stronger solution.  Large quantities of any type of spray will affect the taste of your final product.  Let us know how you use Azamax or any other Pest Control option in the comments below!