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Coir Peat 5kg Brick

$12.75

Coconut coir is a lightweight, soil less growing medium made from the fibres found between a ripe coconuts shell and outer surface. Coir Peat also known as Coco Pith or Coir Mulch, is fast becoming the top growing medium of choice for nurseries, hydroponic growers and home gardeners alike because of its superior growing media abilities. Just Add 20 litres of water and the Coir Block miraculously expand to 60ltrs of light weight superior Potting media. Its 100% natural product and biodegradable. It can be used 100% or mixed with other potting media, like Sand, Perlite and Compost. Just add complete Slow Release Fertilizer and you will be surprised how well your plants will grow in it. We recommend using this in our Bonsai Bags as the Coir has an amazing ability to hold water and at the same time keep a well balanced Air Fill Porosity in the root zone.

Fertilizer Slow Release Plantacote Plus 12mths (330gms)

$3.90

High quality Slow Release Fertilizer made in Germany. 330gm bag will supply all the nutrient needs of a potted plant for 12mths for 3 x 20ltr Bonsai Bags. After potting tree into Coir Potting media, apply at rate of 6gms per ltr of potting media. Best just scratched into top of pot.Plantacote pluss is a coated controlled release fertiliser which, in addition to nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, contains magnesium and trace elements in every granule. This ensures an even supply of major nutrients and trace elements over the desired release time. The high iron content of Plantacote pluss is crucial to good performance. Iron is essential for the formation of chlorophyll and is therefore vital for good foliage colour and healthy growth. To ensure high availability, 50% of the iron in Plantacote pluss is chelated as Fe-EDTA. The nutrients of Plantacote pluss a re released by a natural membrane process which is controlled by soil temperature. Declared release times refer to an average soil temperature of 210C. Higher temperatures accelerate the nutrient release, lower temperatures slow it down. The release time is unaffected by substrata type, pH, micro organisms or level of irrigation. Plantacote pluss starts to release after 2 - 3 weeks. Due to this specific mechanism the product is very safe to crops; there is no risk of salt stress, even after storage of premixed growing media for up to 2 - 3 weeks.

Coir Peat 5kg Brick

$12.75

Coconut coir is a lightweight, soil less growing medium made from the fibres found between a ripe coconuts shell and outer surface. Coir Peat also known as Coco Pith or Coir Mulch, is fast becoming the top growing medium of choice for nurseries, hydroponic growers and home gardeners alike because of its superior growing media abilities. Just Add 20 litres of water and the Coir Block miraculously expand to 60ltrs of light weight superior Potting media. Its 100% natural product and biodegradable. It can be used 100% or mixed with other potting media, like Sand, Perlite and Compost. Just add complete Slow Release Fertilizer and you will be surprised how well your plants will grow in it. We recommend using this in our Bonsai Bags as the Coir has an amazing ability to hold water and at the same time keep a well balanced Air Fill Porosity in the root zone.

Fertilizer Slow Release Plantacote Plus 12mths (330gms)

$3.90

High quality Slow Release Fertilizer made in Germany. 330gm bag will supply all the nutrient needs of a potted plant for 12mths for 3 x 20ltr Bonsai Bags. After potting tree into Coir Potting media, apply at rate of 6gms per ltr of potting media. Best just scratched into top of pot.Plantacote pluss is a coated controlled release fertiliser which, in addition to nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, contains magnesium and trace elements in every granule. This ensures an even supply of major nutrients and trace elements over the desired release time. The high iron content of Plantacote pluss is crucial to good performance. Iron is essential for the formation of chlorophyll and is therefore vital for good foliage colour and healthy growth. To ensure high availability, 50% of the iron in Plantacote pluss is chelated as Fe-EDTA. The nutrients of Plantacote pluss a re released by a natural membrane process which is controlled by soil temperature. Declared release times refer to an average soil temperature of 210C. Higher temperatures accelerate the nutrient release, lower temperatures slow it down. The release time is unaffected by substrata type, pH, micro organisms or level of irrigation. Plantacote pluss starts to release after 2 - 3 weeks. Due to this specific mechanism the product is very safe to crops; there is no risk of salt stress, even after storage of premixed growing media for up to 2 - 3 weeks.

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