Tui Sheep Pellets

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Available in: 8kg, 1.5kg

Like kiwifruit are to pavlova, and jandals to summer, Tui Sheep Pellets are the perfect partner for your plants. Containing all natural pelletised New Zealand sheep manure, Tui Sheep Pellets are the essential Kiwi garden ingredient.

Sheep pellets add organic matter to improve soil structure, encourage earthworms, and nourish your plants. Use year-round throughout your garden to make the most of your piece of paradise.

Available in 8kg and 1.5kg Tui Mini Sheep pellets - a convenient mini sized pellet, perfect for use in pots!

Benefits

  • 100% weed free.
  • Suitable for all plant types.
  • Available in 8kg and convenient 1.5kg mini sized pellets.
  • N - P - K 4 - 1 - 4

Directions for use

When planting

  • Prior to planting apply 1kg per square metre of garden.
  • Dig thoroughly into the soil.
  • Water in well after application.

Established plants

  • Apply 500g per square metre of garden.
  • Dig thoroughly into the soil.
  • Water in well after application.

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