A selection of premium organic fertilisers in both dry and liquid form for easy application.

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Alfalfa Meal

5L = Approx. 1kg Course 5mm sifted Alfalfa/Lucerne meal Primary benefit of this pleasant smelling meal is increasing organic matter, although it is also a valuable plant-derived fertiliser. Has a minimum of 15% protein, which is the equivalent of 2.4% Nitrogen. Also contains trace minerals and triaconatol (a natural growth hormone). Excellent addition to the compost pile for nitrogen content and absorbency. Roses respond especially well to alfalfa meal. For new plantings of roses, mix 0.5 cup per plant into the soil. For existing plants, mix 0.5-1 cup of alfalfa meal to a depth of 4″-6″ around each rose bush. For vegetables and flower beds, work in at 250-350 grams per square meter Soil mixes use at 1-2%

Aloe Meal

1L = Approx. 340g Organically grown Contains various beneficial natural compounds such as mannans, polysaccharides, lectins, and anthraquinones 18 amino acids Excellent water hydration properties

Basalt Rock Dust

Basalt Rock Dust 1L = 1.2kg

Bat Guano

Boost South African Gardens with Premium Bat Guano - Natural, Organic, and Effective Fertiliser. Elevate Growth Today!

Bio Char

1L = Approx. 200g Increased number of beneficial soil microbes especially mycorrhizae Increased water retention Increased cation-exchange capacity resulting in improved soil fertility Moderating of soil acidity Reduced leaching of nutrients Possible reduced emissions of nitrous oxide

Calcitic Lime

Calcitic lime is manufactured from finely crushed (1mm) limestone – a natural source of calcium carbonate that typically exhibits a calcium content of between 33 and 35 percent, it is produced from limestone with a high purity level.

Cannabis Microbial Consortium (CMC)

Contains natural growth hormone that speeds up growth of the plant, resulting in strong stocky bushes with short internode spacing.

Clay Montmorillonite

Clay Montmorillonite Apply 125-500ml per 100L of soil or per sqm.

Diatomaceous Earth (Food Grade)

Diatomaceous earth is used as an insecticide, due to its abrasive and physico-sorptive properties. The fine powder absorbs lipids from the waxy outer layer of insects’ exoskeletons, causing them to dehydrate. Arthropods die as a result of the water pressure deficiency, based on Fick’s law of diffusion. This also works against gastropods and is commonly employed in gardening to defeat slugs. However, since slugs inhabit humid environments, efficacy is very low. It is sometimes mixed with an attractant or other additives to increase its effectiveness. Diatomaceous earth is also a good source of silica containing around 80%.

Elemental Blend Amendment Pack

ORGASOILUX Mineral & Nutrient Pack