Fertilisers Fungicides Etc...
What to use to get the best out of your crops and flowers
Bone Meal is a great source of phosphorus which is an essential nutrient for plants to help them flower and new plants to
produce strong roots, so is good for rooting vegetables such as onions, garlic, carrot and parsnip.
Calcified seaweed is a popular choice with organic gardeners and those looking for a product that can help rapidly improve the quality of their soil
Chicken Pellets are effective & non-chemical & can be used from February to November. Apply every 4-6 weeks during growing season. Do not use on acid loving plant.
Epsom Salt is a good source of magnesium for tomatoes, Peppers, azaleas, fruit trees and roses, the result is more blooms, less blossom-end rot, more fruit, stronger plants and sweeter fruit. . Click on the link below to lean more.
Fish,Blood & Bone
Fish, Blood and Bone provides the major nutrients required for strong healthy growth. It provides immediate and slow release nitrogen and feeds most types of flowers, fruit and vegetables.
Lime provides important plant nutrients, including calcium and magnesium; improves soil texture and helps convert other soil nutrients into usable forms. Vegetables, such as peas, beans, corn, members of the cabbage family, lettuce, spinach and other greens grow well in recently limed soil.
Garotta speeds up the process of decomposition where green waste is in short supply & helps produce natural garden compost.
Grit Sand ideal for adding to composts for root cuttings & propagating cuttings. It can be added to heavy, clay-based soil to help break down the soil for excess water to drain through.
Can gain an even green coverage & help reduce surface weeds. Regular use allows surface moss & weeds to be slowly eradicated producing a healthy lawn.
Nitro Chalk is used as general Spring/Summer feed to enhance growth and is most suitable for brassicas.
Sulphate of Ammonia
Sulphate of Ammonia is rich in nitrogen and is used to give your vegetables a tonic. It gets food to the plants quickly and is particularly suitable for leafy vegetables such as cabbages, spinach, lettuce and rhubarb.
Sulphate of Iron
Iron Sulphate is a highly effective moss killer, lawn greener and conditioner; it is also used as a turf hardener and reduces worm casts on your lawn.
Sulphate of Potash
Sulphate of Potash is an excellent source of potassium encourages strong flower & fruit development. Helps to ripen & strengthen plants ensuring they can defend against pest, disease & weather damage.
Superphosphate encouraging strong root development & helps to move sugars & proteins around the plant so that fruits & vegetables ripen properly.