50/50 | Envirofert

By: Envirofert  05-Apr-2012
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The addition of chicken manure to Envirofert's wormacompost provides a boost in Nitrogen, Potassium and Phosphate levels to stimulate plant growth.

The high microbial level in the wormacompost ensures the extra nutrients provided are converted into a form the plant can absorb.

Combining the chicken manure with the wormacompost restarts the thermophilic cooking process. To ensure Envirofert meets the requirements of Globalgap certification and of Zespri we leave the mixed product for a minimum period of 5 days before despatching to our customers.

The chicken manure provides nutrients for today and wormacompost sets up the soil structure for the benefit of crops into the future.

This mix has proved very popular with kiwifruit and avocado growers.

"I have been using Envirofert's wormacompost/chicken manure mix for over two years and am pleased with the results we have obtained. The wormacompost appears to have encouraged good growth and improved health of our avocado trees and we are confident this will contribute to excellent future crop yields."
Wally Colville: Shirttail Orchards

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