Garden Essentials 25L Multi Purpose Potting Mix

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Product Description

Garden Essentials Multi Purpose Potting Mix is made from fully composted, organic materials, suitable for a wide range of plants and applications, including planter boxes, pots and planting out potted plants.

Garden Essentials Multi Purpose Potting Mix is formulated with a combination of organic and mineral components, which provide physical and structural characteristics that will assist root growth and development. In particular, the mix has a high air-filled porosity to assist healthy root growth and prevent plant roots from becoming waterlogged. The particle size and configuration is also important in encouraging root initiation and growth.

This Multi Purpose Potting Mix provides excellent water holding capacity and contains an ideal combination of physical and nutritional characteristics to ensure healthy plant growth. For best results, add fertilizer at the initial time of use.

  • Contains composted sugar cane residue
  • Adds nutrition for healthy plant growth
  • Improves water holding capacity and conserves water
  • Great for pots, planters or garden beds
  • 100% Australian owned and made

Product Details

Model Name
Garden Essentials Multi Purpose Potting Mix 25L
Model Number
BUN42
Material
Composted Multi Purpose Potting Mix
Colour
Dark Brown
Volume
25L
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:385 H:110 L:580
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:385 H:110 L:580
Weight
12kg
Bag Size (L)
25
Product weight (kg)
12
Organic
No
Wetting Agent
No
Fertilizer Enriched
No
Australian Standard - Regular (Black Ticks)
No
Australian Standard - Premium (Red Ticks)
No

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