Tui Citrus Food
Citrus trees laden with juicy lemons, oranges, limes and mandarins ready to be plucked from the branch are a quintessentially Kiwi addition to many home gardens.
Tui Citrus Food is a blend of nutrients formulated to encourage healthy green foliage and large tasty fruit, and includes high levels of potassium - essential for flower and fruit production. Tui Citrus Food also contains magnesium to help prevent leaf yellowing, a common problem with citrus trees.
Use in your garden beds, and you'll be harvesting a bumper crop of juicy homegrown citrus this season.
- Replenishes nutrients to encourage healthy growth.
- Suitable for all citrus.
- N-P-K 5-4-7 + sulphur, calcium, magnesium & trace elements.
Directions for use
- When planting apply 150g (approx. 1/2 cup) per square metre of garden.
- Mix thoroughly into the soil and plant as per label instructions.
- Water in well after application.
- Apply 300g (approx. 1 cup) per square metre of garden around the plant’s dripline (the dripline is where the plant’s foliage extends to).
- Water in well after application, taking care to wash any product off the plant foliage.
Not recommended for use in pots and containers.
Use during spring and summer on all types of citrus for a bumper crop of homegrown fruit.
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Use in your garden beds, pots and containers, and you'll be harvesting a bumper crop of homegrown veges in no time. Follow our 3 step Vegetable Growing Guide >
Create the perfect oasis for enjoying the great outdoors with thriving fruit trees, shrubs, vegetables and flowers. Tui Garden Mix is a versatile planting mix that adds nutrient-rich organic matter to improve soil condition, for healthy plants. Use throughout your garden to provide optimum growing conditions for your plants.
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Yellowing leaves can be a sure sign of magnesium deficiency, most common in citrus trees, and ornamental plants. The addition of Tui Epsom Salts to your garden will correct magnesium def iciencies, promoting healthy green leaves and boosting the performance of your plants.
Use throughout your garden, including in pots and containers, to reap the rewards of superior plant performance.
Tui Epsom Salts is suitable for citrus, vegetables and ornamental plants.
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2.5L covers up to 50 square metres (please note 2.5L is equivalent to approx. 1kg).
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It is a granular soil wetter made from coir and other non toxic ingredients. When applied, it channels water to the root zone where it is needed most. SaturAid promotes even water distribution so there is less water run off and dry spots in potting mix and soils. It makes watering, rainfall and fertilisers more effective, even in sandy, clay or compacted soils.
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Note: SaturAid is not a water storing crystal. It is not a jelly like substance that holds water in the soil.
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