Norlake Sheep Pellets

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Norlake Sheep Pellets are an organic fertiliser suitable for all plants. Sheep pellets are safe to use, clean to handle, and will not burn plants.

Norlake Sheep Pellets will improve soil structure and increase microbial and earthworm activity, benefiting the soil and releasing nutrients slowly to feed your plants.


N - P - K  3 - 2 - 4

Benefits

  • An organic fertiliser suitable for all plants.
  • Improves soil structure and increases earthworm activity.
  • Safe and easy to use.

Directions for use

Base dressing

  1. Prior to planting, apply 5 or 6 handfuls of pellets per square metre and mix into the soil.
  2. Water thoroughly.

Side dressing

  1. Cover soil 2-3cm deep around dripline of existing trees and shrubs as a mulch to enrich the soil. Can also be used in the same way for containers.
  2. Water thoroughly.

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