Organic Fish Compost is a 100% organic, all natural fertilizer. This fish compost increases soil moisture retention and soil aeration, and has no odour!
How should I use Fish Compost?
- Mix Compost 30% – 50% per volume of soil. Place loosely into pots, do not pack.
- Apply a layer of compost 1″ – 2″ deep, around the base of plants. Water.
- Soak 4 litres of compost in 12 litres of water. Draw off liquid mixture for water. Replenish water as needed.
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Fertilizers and nutritional plant products are essential for the growth and development of indoor and outdoor plants. They provide a source of essential nutrients that plants can readily absorb and use for their growth and development. Proper feedings are essential to grow healthy, beautiful plants. The nutrients available to an indoor plant are strictly limited by the amount of soil in the pot and what you fertilize it with. This makes fertilizing an essential part of caring for houseplants.
At Shelmerdine, our experts will help you find the right fertilizer for the right plant, whether it be organic, lawn fertilizer, or for your orchids, vegetables, or citrus plants. We have it all! Our team of experts will guide you through the process of choosing the right fertilizer for your plants. We offer a wide range of fertilizers that cater to the specific needs of different plants.
Overfeeding with fertilizer is one of the most common mistakes made by gardeners. It is important to follow the instructions on fertilizer labels and not to exceed the recommended dosage.
Plant fertilizers should be a part of every gardeners’ seasonal regime. It is recommended to fertilize indoor plants between April and October, when most houseplants are undergoing active growth. During this period, fertilizing your houseplants every 2-3 months is ideal. Between September and March, houseplants enter their dormant period when they are not as invested in developing new growth and do not require additional nutritional support. Fertilizing your houseplants during the fall and winter can lead to various problems and affect the plant’s overall health. Let your plants rest during the fall and winter when sunlight is lower.
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