Garden Galore General Fertiliser

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Available in: 3 kg & 8 kg

Ensure your plants are getting all the essential nutrients and trace elements required for healthy plant growth and flower formation with Garden Galore General Garden Fertiliser. This balanced all-purpose fertiliser is ideal for use on vegetables, annuals, perennials, ornamentals and shrubs, in all areas of the garden.

Regular applications will help replenish nutrient deficiencies in the soil.

N-P-K 5 - 4 - 5 + blood & bone and trace elements.

Benefits

  • Includes Mini Sheep Pellets
  • Replenishes Nutrients
  • For all Areas of the Garden
  • Encourages Growth & Flower Formation

Directions for use

For base dressing:

  • Apply 350g (approximately 1 cup) of Garden Galore General Garden Fertiliser per m² of soil before planting.
  • Mix well into the soil.
  • Water thoroughly and watch your plants grow and flourish!

For side dressing:

  • Apply 175g (approximately ½ cup) of Garden Galore General Garden Fertiliser per m² around the dripline of established plants (the dripline is where the plant's foliage extends to).
  • Mix well into the soil.
  • Water thoroughly and watch your plants grow and flourish!
  • For best results apply every four weeks to vegetables and flowers during the growing season.

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