Norlake Vegetable Mix

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Norlake Vegetable Mix is formulated for the home gardener to provide excellent growth for vegetables.

A blend of fine bark, pumice and greenwaste, this weed free mixture also contains sheep pellets, dolomite lime and blood and bone fertiliser to encourage plant establishment and sustained growth.

Norlake Vegetable Mix is ideal for growing vegetables in the garden or in pots and containers.

Benefits

  • Encourages plant establishment and sustained growth.
  • Weed free.
  • Suitable for growing vegetables in the garden or in pots and containers.

Directions for use

Garden

  1. Dig a suitable size hole in the garden bed (approximately twice the depth of the root ball and twice the width of the plant).
  2. Position plant in the centre of the planting hole and fill with mix. Gently firm down.
  3. Water thoroughly.

Pots and Containers

  1. Partly fill clean container with the mixture.
  2. Position plant in the centre of the new container and fill to 2cm below rim. Gently firm down.
  3. Water thoroughly.

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