Horse manure compost

Soil improver (fertilizer)

Purpose: manure compost, prepared as natural soil improvement material for substrates of plants, sprouts (seedlings, young plants), vegetables, flowers, garden and ornamental plants, and lawn.

Effects: organic and microbiological substances in the composition of various organic matter provide looseness to soil and ensure long-term fertilising effect. Compost inserted into the soil releases the main nutrients required for plants – nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and trace elements. If the soil contains a lot of clay, compost improves its structure and increases air permeability, while in sandy soils it retains moisture and restores degraded soils. Your plants fertilised with this compost will be more resistant to disease.

Recommendations for use: vegetable fertilisation: cabbage and cauliflower, broccoli, leek, cucumbers, tomato, zucchini, pumpkins – 3 l/m2; carrots, beetroot, onion – 2 l/m2; greenhouse plants: 3 l/m2 of compost is inserted into the soil; when plants are cultivated in containers, bags – compost should comprise one-fifth of its volume. Guidance for fruits and berries: before planting, insert 3-3.5 l/m2 of compost; for transplanting and growing indoor, outdoor plants and flowers, improving soil structure, making rock gardens, compost should be mixed with soil or peat (ratio: 1/5), then insert the plants and water.

Volume at the moment of filling: 10 l