Norlake General Garden Fertiliser

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Feed vegetables, fruit, flowers, trees and shrubs for healthy plants. 

Norlake General Garden Fertiliser is a blend of essential nutrients and trace elements to encourage fruiting and flowering of plants in all areas of your garden. Feed vegetables, fruit, flowers, roses, trees and shrubs for strong healthy growth.

N - P - K  6 - 3 - 5 + TE

Benefits

  • Contains essential nutrients and trace elements for successful fruiting and flowering.
  • Blended for all plant types. 

Directions for use

At planting:

  1. Apply 300g per square metre.
  2. Mix into soil.
  3. Water well.

Existing plants:

  1. Apply 150g per square metre around the dripline in spring and autumn.
  2. Water well and wash any fertiliser off the plant foliage.

Not suitable for pots and containers.

Application timing:
Fruit, vegetables and flowers: Apply monthly during key growth times.
Other plants: Apply monthly in spring and autumn.

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