Tui Seaweed & Fish Fertiliser

(5 out of 4 reviews)

Available in: 1L, 2.5L hose on

Seaweed charged with fish for healthy plant growth. 

Supercharge your plant growth with a powerful blend of seaweed and fish. Tui Seaweed & Fish Fertiliser is specially formulated with added plant nutrients to encourage healthy plant growth, fruit and flower production. It also conditions soil, improving clay and sandy soils and encouraging microbial activity.

Use Tui Seaweed & Fish Fertiliser throughout your garden, for flourishing plants.

Benefits

  • Boosts plant growth, fruit and flower production.
  • Dynamic liquid compost conditions soil.
  • Use throughout your garden.
  • N-P-K 10.8-1.3-6.3

 

Directions for use

  • In a watering can mix Tui Seaweed & Fish Fertiliser with water according to the green table below.

1 capful = approx 10mls. 9 litres of mixture covers 2-4 square metres. We recommend using within 24 hours of mixing.

Mix with Tui Organic Seaweed Plant Tonic for a complete plant health treatment.

2.5L Hose On

  1. Remove pins from spray nozzle (use pliers if necessary).
  2. Attach hose connector.
  3. Turn on tap to low-medium pressure.
  4. Water garden thoroughly.
  5. Crimp hose to stop water flow, and turn on tap.
  6. Replace pins in nozzle.

How to refill

  1. Remove spray nozzle.
  2. Add 500ml of Tui Seaweed & Fish Fertiliser.
  3. Top up with 2 litres of water (to fill the bottle).

For an extra boost, mix 500ml of Tui Seaweed & Fish Fertiliser with 500ml of Tui Organic Seaweed Plant Tonic, and top up with 1.5 litres of water (to fill the bottle).

2.5L will cover approx 125 square metres.

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    awesome, love this!

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