The Plant Runner

Plant Runner Bio Pellets Fertilizer



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Application Rate One tablespoon (approx. 8-10 pellets) every 6-8 weeks for best results. Alternatively, sprinkle a few pellets around the root ball every two weeks. When repotting, add one tablespoon of pellets for every 200ml of potting mix and mix through to help reduce transplant shock. Can be applied all year round A low maintenance approach to plant care, this is a fertiliser for people who forget to fertilise (no judgement! #Shelfcaresundays aren't for everyone...). Plant Runner looked to the oceans to create this natural product packed with all the perks of three of the most beneficial seaweed varieties, paired with our old friend, nutrient rich Frass. Bio Pellets are packed with nutrients that slowly release into soil to keep plants happy and healthy. But why stop there? These little pellets punch well above their weight by: Providing plants with a complete feed Increasing water retention Helping plants bounce back from a rough patch Encouraging new growth or flowering Nourishing soil microbes doing important work Helping plants defend against pests and pathogens with chitin to activate their natural defences case you were wondering? Yup, it's a natural, organic product. These pellets are by using a combination of three Australian Certified Organic (ACO) Kelps and sustainable, carbon-negative Frass. Kelp is known for its benefits in improving soil conditions as well as enhancing growth and flowering. It is a fantastic anti-stress product, so is great to use when transplanting. Bio Pellets use a combination of three types of Kelp each with their own unique benefits when it comes to supporting healthy plants. Laminaria - can assist with recovery of previous viruses Sargassum - full of alginic acid which boosts water retention Ascophyllum nodosum - rich in cyctokinins (hormones that promote cell division, or cytokinesis, in plant roots and shoots). It also features the highest mineral content of any kelp. Frass is the product of sustainably sourced food waste transformed into a microbe-packed fertiliser. It is an all-natural organic product full of amino acids, macronutrients, microbes and chitin. Pellets break down into the soil over a period of weeks, depending on moisture and heat. As they break down they slowly release the nutrients, acids and hormones from the seaweed and frass, making sure your plants have a consistent supply of the good stuff and leaving them want for nothing. Safety: Not for human consumption. Avoid breathing in dust or mists, wear gloves and keep moist when handling. Wash hands after use INGREDIENTS Laminaria Sargassum Ascophyllum nodosum Frass Nutrient and Microbe Analysis Total nutrients: Nitrogen ?3%, Phosphorus ?1.2%, Potassium ?4.5%, Calcium ?8.7%, Magnesium ?.9%, Sulfur ?0.6%, Sodium ?0.3%, Alginic Acid - 3.6% Trace nutrients Aluminium, Boron, Cobalt, Copper, Iron, Molybdenum, Manganese, Nickel , Selenium, Silicon, Zinc, Frass Bacteria and fungi cell count: 240 million colony forming units (CFU) per gram.
number of beneficial proteins and can act as a natural fertiliser.

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