Sheep wool pellets
Granules mixed in the soil allocate nutrients to plants for a long period of growth. Slowly decomposing, nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus and other necessary are separated. During watering, the granules absorb water and swell. When contracted, they moisten the surrounding surface and, in this way, also air the soil. Pellets spread on the surface act as mulch, and in addition, dry wool protects plants from snails.
- Nitrogen (N) - 9,03%
- Potassium (K2O) - 5,61%
- Sulfur (S) - 1,15%
- Magnesium (MgO) - 0,14%
- Phosphorus (P2O5) - 0,16%
- Organic substances - 89.79%
1 kg pack= about 3.5 liters of pellets
for long-term fertilization
Works up to 6 months.
The granules mixed into the soil decomposes slowly, releasing beneficial nutrients to the plants throughout the growing season.
During watering, the granules absorb water and expand several times. Over time, the granules contract again and quietly moisten the soil.
Snails do not like to move over dry wool. Therefore, a strip of granules at least 10 cm wide as a mulch on top of the soil prevents snails from reaching the plants.
Aerates the soil.
Expanding and shrinking granules improve soil air exchange. And, at the same time, the nutrients needed by the plants are slowly released as the wool decomposes.