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Westland Organic Chicken Manure Pellets, 10 kg

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Chicken Manure is an effective non-chemical fertiliser and is a useful source of nitrogen, which is the main nutrient plants require for healthy green, leafy root growth.

Counting back from the expected harvest date, this translates into a late winter or early spring application for most locations. Avoid direct, undiluted contact with tender, young plants – scatter pellets about 50 to 80mm away and work into surface of the soil. Always leave at least 90 days between manure application and harvest of vegetables that grow above the soil, like peppers, eggplants, and trellised cucumbers and tomatoes.It is a complete fertilizer that contains the macronutrients nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, as well as important micronutrients such as calcium needed for healthy plant growth.

Integrated Agriculture-aquaculture Farming Systems: Proceedings of the ICLARM-SEARCA Conference on Integrated Agriculture-Aquaculture Farming Systems, Manila, Philippines, 6-9 August 1979.Spread as a top dressing throughout the growing season to create fantastic organic growing environments. Keeping the pile at this temperature is sufficient to inhibit any pathogens, and will also hasten composting. A. Remove any visible pellets and heavily water the area to dissolve and wash through excess product. Seaweed contains naturally occurring growth stimulants as well as a very broad range of essential minerals and trace elements which are used in the growth of strong, healthy plants. Additionally, organic matter provides a food source for soil microbes, which increases soil biological diversity, accelerating the breakdown of organic nutrients into forms more readily available to plants.

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