Yates Nature’s Way Organic Pelletised Plant Food

Yates Nature’s Way Organic Pelletised Plant Food

Yates Nature’s Way Organic Pelletised Plant Food is a complete fertiliser for organic gardens.

Overview

Yates Nature’s Way Organic Pelletised Plant Food is a complete fertiliser for organic gardens. When applied as directed, it will gently feed plants, help to strengthen roots and improve the soil. It is safe for use on all plants – including natives.

Yates Nature’s Way Organic Pelletised Plant Food is specially formulated for organic gardens, Yates Nature’s Way Organic Pelletised Plant Food supports healthy growth and production of beautiful flowers and larger, more abundant vegies and fruit.

It contains a unique blend of approved organic nutrients to create the ultimate slow release organic plant food: blood & bone, chicken manure, feather meal, seaweed, fish meal and potassium sulfate.

Features

  • Organic garden fertiliser.
  • Contains blood & bone, fish meal, chicken manure, feather meal and seaweed.
  • Essential slow release organic nutrients to feed plants.

Benefits

  • Feeds all plants – including natives.
  • Certified Organic by Australian Certified Organic (ACO).
  • Pelletised for easy application.

Ingredients

Contains blood & bone, fish meal, chicken manure, feather meal and seaweed.

N: 6.5
P: 1.0
K: 3.0

Precautions

  • Do not apply when maximum temperature is above 30 degrees or when soil is dry and plants are suffering from heat stress.
  • Store product in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight.
  • Keep out of reach of children or pets.
  • Pet Safety: If consumed, this product may be harmful to pets, especially dogs. Should dogs consume this product, contact your veterinary surgeon immediately.

Sizes

2kg

MSDS

Material Safety Data Sheet

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