Lou's Poo, Dried Alpaca Fertiliser 400g
*Please note, orders placed after 16th December 2016, may not reach their destination in time for Christmas.
As recommended by Gardeners' World Magazine and commercial growers.
Slow release nitrogen, phosphoros and potassium soil enhancer. Sweet smelling. Lightweight yet powerful. Use just a tablespoon in your indoor or outdoor potted plants or administer direct to soil prior to planting. One bag should serve 20 feeds. Great for container gardening.
Alpaca beans have plenty to improve soil texture and water holding capacity. Their low organic content allows alpaca beans to be spread directly onto plants without fear of scorch.
Sold in a medium, brown, windowed, tin-tie bag that can be recycled or composted, made with sustainable forest paper. The bag can be re-opened and closed securely.
This product is cleansed to contain minimal additional organic material. It is hand picked from manicured paddocks, then dried, then picked again. This second picking means, as a gardener, you won't get the level of grass and weed seeds appearing as you do from ordinary farm manures.
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Lou's Poo Alpaca Manure Tea (for plants!) - Brewing Alpaca Bean Tea.
One bag of Lou's Poo should make 20 watering cans of feed.
1. Find a one to five gallon bucket or watering can to fill with cold water.
2. Make sure you rinse the container out thoroughly before brewing tea.
3. Fill the container with fresh, clean cold water. Place a handful of Lou's Poo, Dried Alpaca Manure into the water. The tea brews best in the sun.
4. Steep or soak the alpaca bean mix for one to three days. Stir the mix often during this time.
5. You should have alpaca bean tea ready to use in at least a day. The tea should be a golden brown.
6. Pour this nutrient enriched brew around your thirsty plants.
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