Organic Link Fertiliser


Blood & Bone:- Blood & Bone Fertiliser is a natural blend of nitrogen and phosphorus.
Produced as a by-product of the meat works, it is completely organic and ideal for a multi-purpose garden fertiliser. It is also slow acting and long lasting and replenishes elements taken from the soil by plants during their growing process.

Natural Lime and Gypsum:- A natural source of calcium, helps break down clay and “sweetens” the soil.
Soft Rock Phosphate :- Colloidal rock phosphate gives up its nutrient slowly enough to last for months without leaching or fixing. Unlike

other phosphates, it contains colloidal clay that can bind sandy soils and add to their nutrient holding capacity. Neem Cake:- Used for centuries as a fertiliser and soil conditioner, the benefits of Neem are many.

Silica:- University studies have shown silica to be an essential input in plant nutrition. Silica forms a protective barrier inside the leaves and makes plants physically stronger. Silica improves photosynthesis, heat and frost protection, improved colour and resistance to disease and fungal attack.

Natural Rock Minerals, Organic Compounds, and Trace elements:- Most of our soils will have deficiencies. Plant of Health fertilisers uses organic compounds like brown coal, fish protein, and humus; Natural rock minerals and broad spectrum trace elements to supplement and replenish soils each time it is applied.

Zeolite:- Volcanic zeolite crystals have a rigid, three-dimensional structure (similar to a honeycomb), which consists of a network of interconnected tunnels and cages. These pores can store up to 70% of their dry weight in water, 30% in gases and up to 90% of certain hydrocarbons. One gram of zeolite provides several hundred square meters of surface area to retain water and house soil microbes.

Microbes:- Including genera from the Mycorrhiza & Trichoderma species. These, all important, beneficial microbes have a symbiotic relationship with plants & soil where they help build soil fertility & assist with supplying nutrients to the host plant. They may also assist in helping protect plants & roots from pathogens & pests and assist with healthy root growth.