Tui Worm Farm & Compost Conditioner

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Available in: 850g

Tui Worm Farm & Compost Conditioner is a specially selected blend of natural minerals to help neutralise acidity and balance pH levels in your worm farm or compost bin. Correct pH levels help worms to digest larger quantities of food waste.

In compost, this conditioner promotes efficient conservation of essential nutrients by soil bacteria and helps increase the availability of nutrients for plants.

Benefits

  • Balances the pH levels in your worm farm or compost bin.

Directions for use

Directions for use in your worm farm: 

  1. Lift your worm farm blanket and sprinkle a light even coating of powder across the top surface of your worm farm.
  2. Use 1 teaspoon every week to maintain a neutral pH in your worm farm. Ensure your worm farm is kept moist.

Directions for use in your compost bin:

  1. Sprinkle an even coating across the top surface of your compost bin.
  2. For your average family compost bin (220L) apply 1 tablespoon per week.

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