Garden Galore Mini Sheep Pellets

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Garden Galore Mini Sheep Pellets are 100% weed free and organic and act as a soil conditioner and fertiliser, great for natural and organic gardens! This blend of blood and bone and powdered sheep manure in a unique easy to use size, enhances soil quality; even clay or sandy soil, and provides a slow release long-lasting feed. When water is added the pellets gradually break down drawing the nutrients down into the soil. The pellets are clean, dust free and easy to apply in all areas of the garden.

Benefits

  • 100% Organic Weed Free
  • Clean, easy to use Pellets

Directions for use

For base dressing:

  • Apply 1kg of Garden Galore Mini Sheep Pellets per m² of soil before planting.
  • Mix well into the soil.
  • Water thoroughly and watch your plants grow and flourish!

For side dressing:

  • Apply 500g of Garden Galore Mini Sheep Pellets per m² around established plants.
  • Mix well into the soil.
  • Water thoroughly and watch your plants grow and flourish!

For compost:

  • Add 5kg of Garden Galore Mini Sheep Pellets per m³ of compost.
  • Mix well into the compost to speed up the composting process.

Precautions: Keep out of reach of children and animals.

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