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BIO substrate for vegetables and tomatoes | KIK Ziemskie Produkty - peat substrates, substrates for roofs, bark

BIO substrate for vegetables and tomatoes





Application


• Organic gardening

• Growing vegetables including tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, zucchini, eggplant, lettuce, carrots, radishes, beans, herbs, fruits, e.g. strawberries, wild strawberries etc.

• Growing in the gardens, on balconies, terraces, in greenhouses

• Growing in pots: vegetables, herbs, fruit plants

• Enrichment of poor soils with humus, nutrients and structure improvement

• An ideal product to promote environmental issues, supporting crops in harmony and harmony with nature

Content


• Compost and composted bark provides biological activity and soil fertility

• Vermicompost and guano provides a high but balanced amount of nutrients and microorganisms for plants

• A carefully selected recipe ensures proper storage and supply of water to plants

Properties


• Salinity: <2,5g/l

• Structure: 0-40mm

Usage


• The best planting time is spring

• The product is mechanically pressed, before use it is recommended to loosen it and, if necessary, when the substrate is dry, soak it with water

Greengrocer

• Spread BIO substrate for vegetables and tomatoes to a depth of about 15 - 30 cm, forming beds if necessary

• Then sow or plant plants

Growing in pots

• Vegetables, herbs and fruits can be grown in pots and boxes on sunny and sheltered balconies, terraces

• Choose a clean pot with drain holes

• Pour drainage to the bottom of the pot, e.g. expanded clay, then BIO substrate for vegetables and tomatoes

• Insert the plant and fill with soil up to 2 cm below the edge of the flower pot

• After transplanting, lightly knead the soil and water moderately

Soil enrichment

• BIO substrate for vegetables and tomatoes should be spread on soil (about one sack 50L per 1m²) and excavated

Advices

• Fertilization should start 4 - 6 weeks after planting, preferably using ecological fertilizers

• We recommend watering with rainwater, which contains less calcium compounds and has a low effect on changing the acidity of the soil

Fertilization

• After the first two weeks after planting, we recommend organic fertilization. You can use fertilizers such as cattle manure, horse manure or guano. Natural fertilizers contain a full complex of elements in the form of organic compounds. The elements are taken up by plants after mineralization, in which soil microorganisms participate. BIO substrates are characterized by natural composition and the content of microorganisms is high, which results in the effective decomposition of organic compounds, which are later used by cultivated plants.

Available packages


20L - 60 pcs. / half palett

20L - 120 pcs. / palett

50L - 48 pcs. / palett