PowerFeed for Flowers, Fruit & Citrus

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PowerFeed for Flowers, Fruit & Citrus is a dynamic liquid fertiliser and soil conditioner in one, specifically designed to enhance flowering and fruiting plants.

Containing the perfect balance of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium to enhance flowering and fruit growth without producing excessive foliage, PowerFeed for Flowers, Fruit & Citrus also has 30% more fish emulsion and 30% more liquid compost than standard PowerFeed.

PowerFeed for Flowers, Fruit & Citrus promotes vigorous flowering and longer lasting blooms (even after the flowers have been cut), enhances fruit production and quality, and stimulates the growth of beneficial microbes which break down organic matter and release soil nutrients.

The dynamic liquid fertiliser also contains added iron to minimise leaf yellowing and promote healthy budding, flowering and fruiting, and active liquid composts which improve soil structure, helps to break down clay and reduce nutrient losses in sandy soils.

The low phosphorus formulation is suitable for use on all plants including natives.

N-P-K 10-2-9

Benefits

  • Promotes vigorous flowering and longer lasting blooms.
  • Enhances fruit production and quality.
  • Contains added iron to minimise leaf yellowing.
  • Contains active liquid composts to improve soil structure.
  • Helps to break down clay and reduce nutrient losses in sandy soils.
  • Stimulates the growth of beneficial microbes which break down organic matter and release soil nutrients.
  • A low phosphorus formulation suitable for use on all plants including natives.

Directions for use

Seedlings

- Apply 20ml per 9L of water every 1-2 weeks.

Established Plants

- Apply 50ml per 9L of water every 1-2weeks.

Established Trees

- Apply 90ml per 9L of water every 1-2 weeks to maintain.

When used in conjunction with an inorganic fertiliser half the application rate (i.e. not every week but every 2 weeks).

*NB: 9 Litres diluted mixture covers approx. 2 -4 square metres.

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