Garden Galore Citrus Fertiliser

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Available in: 1.5 kg & 5 kg

Ensure your citrus plants get the best possible start and sustained growth with Garden Galore Citrus Fertiliser. This specially formulated blend of nutrients protects and enhances the growth of citrus trees and aids in fruit and flower production.

Magnesium encourages healthy foliage and prevents leaves yellowing. Regular application of this specialty fertiliser ensures these heavy feeders perform at their best.

N-P-K 6 - 3 - 7 + Mg.

Benefits

  • Includes Mini Sheep Pellets
  • Replenishes Nutrients
  • Encourages Fruit Production
  • Contains Magnesium

Directions for use

For base dressing:

  • Apply 150g (approximately ½ cup) of Garden Galore Citrus Fertiliser per m² of soil before planting.
  • Mix well into the soil.
  • Water thoroughly and watch your citrus grow and flourish!

For side dressing:

  • Apply 300g (approximately 1 cup) of Garden Galore Citrus Fertiliser per m² around the dripline of established plants (the dripline is where the plant's foliage extends to).
  • Mix well into the soil.
  • Water thoroughly and watch your citrus grow and flourish!

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