Yates 1L Waterwise Concentrated Soil Wetter

I/N: 2990032
$16.54
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Product Description

A combination of soil wetting agent, liquid clay breaker, trace elements and seaweed, Yates Waterwise Concentrated Soil Wetter is ideal for use on garden beds and potted plants.

The soil wetting agent allows water to penetrate water repellent soils while the clay breaker softens hard clay soil and improves soil structure. Trace elements, including chelated iron, improve plant growth and encourage deep green foliage and the seaweed naturally promotes plant growth.

This economical concentrated formula is perfect for larger gardens, making up to 600L of soil wetter.

  • For use on garden beds and potted plants
  • Contains a combination of fast acting wetting agents and soil conditioners
  • Includes trace elements for added vitality and healthier plants
  • Includes seaweed for plant growth
  • Convenient to use and easy-to-apply

Product Details

Model Name
Yates 1L Waterwise Concentrated Soil Wetter
Model Number
44126
Volume
1L
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:100 H:50 L:50
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:115 H:165 L:75
Product Size (Lt)
1
Recommended Use
Can be used to treat both the garden and potted plants.
Season Use
Spring to Autumn
Water Soluble
Yes
Organic
Yes
Safe for Vegetables
Yes
Added Wetting Agent
Yes
Added Trace Elements
Yes

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