Tui Super Sheep Pellets

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Tui Super Sheep Pellets are a unique combination of New Zealand sheep manure and Nitrophoska® fast acting compound fertiliser. Nitrophoska® gives your garden an instant boost – while sheep pellets break down over time, conditioning your soil and adding organic matter to improve soil structure. The combination of fast acting and long lasting fertilisers will make your garden show-ready in no time.

Use year-round throughout your garden.

 

Benefits

  • Sheep manure - pelletised New Zealand sheep manure conditions soil and encourages earthworm activity.
  • NITROPHOSKA® - fast acting compound fertiliser provides an instant boost of essential nutrients.
  • NPK - N – P – K 5 – 2 – 6 + TE
  • 100% weed free.

Directions for use

When planting:

  1. Prior to planting apply 1kg per square metre of garden.
  2. Dig thoroughly into the soil.
  3. Water in well after application.

Established plants:

  1. Apply 500g per square metre of garden.
  2. Dig thoroughly into the soil.
  3. Water in well after application.

Apply every eight to ten weeks to replenish nutrients.

 

 

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