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Give your garden some extra TLC this season with Tui Mulch & Feed. This convenient two-in-one combination provides the benefits of mulching whilst the healthy additions of blood and bone, mulching straw and sheep pellets replace vital nutrients used by your plants.
Mulching protects your plants from extremes in temperatures, keeps roots moist, suppresses weed growth and creates a tidy, well cared for look. Use throughout your garden and in large containers to keep your piece of paradise looking top-notch.
- 100% weed free.
- SaturAid wetting agent spreads water evenly to the root zone and encourages rapid root development.
- Blood and bone improves soil structure and replenishes nutrients used by plants during the growing process.
- Sheep pellets and mulching straw replaces vital nutrients.
Directions for use
Directions for use in garden beds and containers:
- Prior to applying Tui Mulch & Feed, prepare the area by clearing weeds and watering plants thoroughly.
- Apply Tui Mulch & Feed to a depth of approximately 50mm, taking care to avoid leaving mulch touching the trunk/plant stem as this can cause rot.
- One 40L bag will cover approximately 1 square metre.
Apply every six months to help protect plants, condition soil, and suppress weed growth for optimum plant growth.
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Use Tui Pea Straw Mulch to mulch and protect your plants in garden beds, pots and containers.
Tui Pea Straw Mulch suppresses weed growth, protects roots from extremes in temperature and conserves moisture. It also adds valuable nitrogen to the soil as it breaks down, improving soil structure.
Made from 100% pea straw (may contain pea seeds).
5L will cover 0.5 to 1 square metre.
500g covers up to 25 square metres.
2.5L covers up to 50 square metres (please note 2.5L is equivalent to approx. 1kg).
SaturAid granular soil wetter is a unique and worthwhile addition to all gardens. It saves you time and money as it reduces water use by up to 50%.
It is a granular soil wetter made from coir and other non toxic ingredients. When applied, it channels water to the root zone where it is needed most. SaturAid promotes even water distribution so there is less water run off and dry spots in potting mix and soils. It makes watering, rainfall and fertilisers more effective, even in sandy, clay or compacted soils.
Apply SaturAid to all areas of the garden including indoor and outdoor pot plants, shrubs, garden beds and lawns. As SaturAid is made from eco-friendly materials it is safe to use in the vegetable garden. SaturAid will start working immediately.
Note: SaturAid is not a water storing crystal. It is not a jelly like substance that holds water in the soil.
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