Adding manure to your garden soil is the traditional, tried and tested way of adding nutrients and improving the structure, and these pellets are the easiest and most convenient chemical free way to achieve great results.
Made from completely organic, dried and sanitised composted chicken manure, they will naturally increase the fertility of the soil all over your garden, from lawns to borders and containers. They contain a wide range of nutrients along with fulvic and humic acids that stimulate the micro-organisms in the soil to release more nutrients. Breaking down slowly over several months, they will release their goodness and help all of your plants to thrive.
Directions for Use
Lawns: 150-200g per m² in April, with further applications in June and August.
Borders with mixed shrubs, bulbs and perennials: 150-200g per m² worked into the soil in early April and again in July.
Root crops: 125-150g per m² prior to sowing.
Green leaf crops: 150-175g per m² prior to planting.
Potatoes: 150-200g per m² worked into the soil prior to planting, with a second application in early July.
Pots and containers: Work into the compost in early April and again in July, 100g for a 30cm pot, 200g for 60cm and 300g for 90cm.
Fruit trees, shrubs and roses: 125-150g per m² worked into the soil in early April and again in July.
If there is no rain within 3 days of application, water the area thoroughly.
Keep away from pets and children and store in a cool, dry place. Wash hands after use.
Supplied in a 5kg bag with the following analysis:
Dry matter 88%
Organic matter 62%
Humic acids 5%
Fulvic acids 10%
Carbon/Nitrogen ratio 9
Nitrogen (N) 4%
Nitrogen (organic) 3.6%
Nitrogen (ammonium) 0.4%
Phosphorus (P2O5) 3%
Potassium (K2O) 3%
Magnesium (MgO) 1.3%
Calcium (CaO) 10%
Iron (Fe) 1000mg/kg
Magnesium (Mn) 500mg/kg
Zinc (Zn) 420mg/kg
Copper (Cu) 105mg/kg
Boron (B) 50mg/kg
Molybdenum (Mo) 11mg/kg
Cobalt (Co) 2mg/kg
Caution – keep out of the reach of children and pets. Wash hands after use.