Osmocote Plus Organics 3.5kg Vegetable Tomato And Herb Plant Food

I/N: 2961128
$30.45
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Product Description

Osmocote® Plus Organics plant foods consist of blends of organic compounds and controlled release nutrients, a wetting agent and gypsum to improve plant health and condition the soil for up to six months.

Ideal for vegetables, tomatoes and herbs, this plant food contains Original Osmocote controlled release granules that release nutrients when plants need it most. The added organic matter such as composted manure, blood and bone, seaweed and fish organically enriches the soil and encourage beneficial microbial and earthworm activity.

The result is plants that are healthier and less susceptible to insect attacks and disease.

  • Promotes flowering and fruiting of flowering annuals and bulbs, vegetables, tomatoes and herbs, orchids, cyclamen and fuchsia
  • Contains calcium to prevent Blossom End Rot in tomatoes and capsicums
  • Boosted phosphorus to promote vigorous growth
  • Safe to use on new plants and guaranteed not to burn

Product Details

Model Name
Osmocote Plus Organics Vegetable, Tomato & Herb Plant Food + Soil Improver 3.5kg
Model Number
2961128
Material
Granular
Colour
Brown
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:225 H:200 L:225
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:225 H:200 L:225
Weight
3.5kg
Longevity (Months)
6
Recommended Use
For best results, mix through the planting soil if planting or sprinkle over the soil surface for existing plants and gardens.
Season Use
It is best applied at the beginning of spring and can be applied again in autumn.
Water Soluble
No
Organic
No
Product Weight (kg)
3.5
Time Release
Yes
Safety
Refer to MSDS
Safe for Vegetables
Yes
Nitrogen Analysis (N)
13.2
Phosphorus Analysis (P)
2.4
Potassium Analysis (K)
4.1
Added Wetting Agent
Yes
Added Trace Elements
Yes

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