Richgro Rock Mineral Fertiliser & Soil Improver

I/N: 2962237
$19.98
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Product Description

A natural slow release non leaching fertiliser which stimulates microbial activity essential to soil and plant health and vitality. It releases trace elements to create strong healthy plants that are better guarded against plant diseases. It contains Australian volcanic mineral and rock phosphorus to achieve natural, organic growth.

  • Organic boost - beneficial microbes
  • Slow release - 3 months feed
  • Soil structure improver
  • Tougher plants better able to resist diseases and insect attacks
  • More flowers, greener leaves and better fruit and vegetables

Product Details

Model Name
Richgro Rock Mineral Fertiliser & Soil Improver
Material
Minerals
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:250 H:320 L:80
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:250 H:320 L:80
Weight
5
Product Weight (kg)
5

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