Feeds & Fertilisers

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A decent, healthy soil will supply most of the necessary nutrients for your plants, but organic fertilisers can also benefit our growing in a variety of ways. Solid pellets like comfrey or natural slow release granules are perfect for top dressing soil or adding to your planting pit. This is also known as ‘base dressing’, and is especially useful if you’re planting on poor soil or the plants you’re growing are particularly demanding. This type of fertiliser will break down slowly and release its nutrients over a long period of time.

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A decent, healthy soil will supply most of the necessary nutrients for your plants, but organic fertilisers can also benefit our growing in a variety of ways. Solid pellets like comfrey or natural slow release granules are perfect for top dressing soil or adding to your planting pit. This is also known as ‘base dressing’, and is especially useful if you’re planting on poor soil or the plants you’re growing are particularly demanding. This type of fertiliser will break down slowly and release its nutrients over a long period of time.

Meal powders like seaweed or bone meal can be raked into soil as a top-dress and improve soil structure, as well as supplying important nutrients. Liquid feeds and teas are often highly effective at focused feeding. A tomato feed will supply nutrients targeting the development of fruit and flower, whereas seaweed extract supplies many trace elements vital for plant development.


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A decent, healthy soil will supply most of the necessary nutrients for your plants, but organic fertilisers can also benefit our growing in a variety of ways. Solid pellets like comfrey or natural slow release granules are perfect for top dressing soil or adding to your planting pit. This is also known as ‘base dressing’, and i. . . Show More >

A decent, healthy soil will supply most of the necessary nutrients for your plants, but organic fertilisers can also benefit our growing in a variety of ways. Solid pellets like comfrey or natural slow release granules are perfect for top dressing soil or adding to your planting pit. This is also known as ‘base dressing’, and is especially useful if you’re planting on poor soil or the plants you’re growing are particularly demanding. This type of fertiliser will break down slowly and release its nutrients over a long period of time.

Meal powders like seaweed or bone meal can be raked into soil as a top-dress and improve soil structure, as well as supplying important nutrients. Liquid feeds and teas are often highly effective at focused feeding. A tomato feed will supply nutrients targeting the development of fruit and flower, whereas seaweed extract supplies many trace elements vital for plant development.


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A decent, healthy soil will supply most of the necessary nutrients for your plants, but organic fertilisers can also benefit our growing in a variety of ways. Solid pellets like comfrey or natural slow release granules are perfect for top dressing soil or adding to your planting pit. This is also known as ‘base dressing’, and is especially useful if you’re planting on poor soil or the plants you’re growing are particularly demanding. This type of fertiliser will break down slowly and release its nutrients over a long period of time.

Meal powders like seaweed or bone meal can be raked into soil as a top-dress and improve soil structure, as well as supplying important nutrients. Liquid feeds and teas are often highly effective at focused feeding. A tomato feed will supply nutrients targeting the development of fruit and flower, whereas seaweed extract supplies many trace elements vital for plant development.

A decent, healthy soil will supply most of the necessary nutrients for your plants, but organic fertilisers can also benefit our growing in a variety of ways. Solid pellets like comfrey or natural slow release granules are perfect for top dressing soil or adding to your planting pit. This is also known as ‘base dressing’, and is especially useful if you’re planting on poor soil or the plants you’re growing are particularly demanding. This type of fertiliser will break down slowly and release its nutrients over a long period of time.

Meal powders like seaweed or bone meal can be raked into soil as a top-dress and improve soil structure, as well as supplying important nutrients. Liquid feeds and teas are often highly effective at focused feeding. A tomato feed will supply nutrients targeting the development of fruit and flower, whereas seaweed extract supplies many trace elements vital for plant development.

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