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20L System – Compost Tea Activator

R150.00
A natural food for micro-organisms used in conjunction with the Compost Tea Starter in the VortX Brewer systems.

40L System – Compost Tea Activator

R275.00
A natural food for micro-organisms used in conjunction with the Compost Tea Starter in the VortX Brewer systems.

Alfalfa/Lucerne Mulch

R80.00R225.00
Primary benefit of this pleasant smelling mulch 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 mulch. Spread a layer about 2cm thick in spring and in the middle of summer.

Aloe Meal

R140.00R1,100.00
1L = Approx. 340g Organically grown Contains various beneficial natural compounds such as mannans, polysaccharides, lectins, and anthraquinones 18 amino acids Excellent water hydration properties

AQSF

R155.00R300.00
Ampelomyces quisqualis is an indigenous fungal isolate to South Africa, and a hyper parasite to the common Powdery Mildew. Active ingredients Ampelomyces quisqualis Direction for use: Dosage: 5ml - 15ml per litre dechlorinated water sprayed 1-2 times per week as a preventative 10-25ml per litre sprayed 2-3 times per week for infestation control Can be applied until 3 days before harvest *Best used in conjunction with BioTricho (Trichoderma harzianum)   STORE IN THE FRIDGE FOR EXTENDED SHELF LIFE

Bat Guano

R420.00
Boost South African Gardens with Premium Bat Guano - Natural, Organic, and Effective Fertiliser. Elevate Growth Today!

Beauveria bassiana & metarhizium

R150.00R2,000.00
Beauveria bassiana and Metarhizium. These eco-friendly biopesticides offer a safe and effective way to combat unwanted insects in your garden or agricultural endeavors. Beauveria bassiana, a fungus that targets various pests, and Metarhizium, another beneficial fungus, work synergistically to help you achieve a pest-free environment without resorting to harsh chemicals. Elevate your pest management strategy and promote healthier ecosystems by incorporating these sustainable alternatives into your pest control routine. Experience the wonders of nature's own defenders and take a step towards greener and more sustainable pest control solutions today.

Bio Build

R60.00R275.00
FOR THE CONTROL OF VARIOUS FUNGAL PATHOGENS  Please note this is not an organic product but is allowed in organic

Bio Impilo

R140.00R330.00
Bio-Impilo contains metabolites of Trichoderma spp. Applications Apply as foliar spray. 5ml per 1 litre of water. Vegetables 1litre/ha / Vine, shrubs and trees 1-2 litre/ha. First application to seedlings / early spring (4-6 leaves unfolded), second a few days before flowering and third (vine, shrub and trees) after harvest. Additional applications only when a plant sap Brix reading indicates a major drop*, thus implying a weaker resistance. *(not due to water shortage / excess or extreme weather conditions.)

Bio Neem

R155.00R300.00
Bio-NeemTM is a wide spectrum insecticide containing Azadirachtin derived from the Neem tree Azadirachta indica. Dilute 5ml : 1L water. Applications Can be used on all types of crops such as grain, vegetables, fruit, vines and flowers. It is a contact insecticide, which is effective against a wide spectrum of insects especially against eating insects such as worms (Lepidoptera family) and caterpillars. Can also be used to control white flies and grasshoppers Since this product affects the feeding habits and reproduction cycle of insects, its effect can only be noticed 7 to 8 days after application.

Bio-Tode – Organic/Biological Nematode Control

R460.00
1L Paecilomyces lilacinus: Nematode destroying fungi have long been considered as promising bio control agents. Among these, Paecilomyces lilacinus is an effective parasite of nematode eggs, juveniles and young adults. Apply 5-15ml of Bio-Tode per 1L chlorine free water as a soil drench. 1-2 times per week depending on severity of problem.