Osmocote 50L Plus Organics Vegetable And Herb Potting Mix

I/N: 2961636
$18.79
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Product Description

This mix was specially developed by horticultural experts for outdoor and potted plants as a superior alternative to other regular potting mix and planting soils. The blend of organic composted material is designed to improve soil structure and encourage strong root systems. Vegetable and Herb Mix nurtures plant growth both above and below the ground by creating a balanced and sustainable growing environment. Plants are healthier, stronger and less susceptible to insect attacks and diseases, season after season.

Vegetable and Herb Mix gives your vegetables and herbs everything they need to remain healthy and vigorous from seedling to productive plant.

  • Composted manure, blood and bone, seaweed, fish and molasses enrich the soil with organic matter and promote a healthy biotic environment
  • Contains Osmocote controlled release fertiliser that feeds plants for 3 months
  • High calcium that prevents Blossum End Rot of tomato and capsicum plants
  • Contains Gypsum, a natural cley breaker
  • Professional grade wetting agent that ensures uniform wetting and rewetting of the soil

Product Details

Model Name
Osmocote Plus Organics Vegetable and Herb Mix 50L
Model Number
2961636
Material
Composted Bark and Organic Materials (manure, fish, blood and bone)
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:422 H:810 L:100
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:422 H:810 L:100
Weight
24kgkg
Bag Size (L)
50
Product weight (kg)
24
Organic
No
Recommended Use
Not suitable for phosphorus-sensitive Australian native plants or members of the Protea family
Wetting Agent
Yes
Fertilizer Enriched
Yes
Australian Standard - Regular (Black Ticks)
No
Australian Standard - Premium (Red Ticks)
Yes

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