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premium pellets with added biochar
Give your garden a boost of biology to effortlessly have the plants of your dreams. Jeffries CulChar is a NASAA organic certified fertiliser that contains sustainably sourced Jeffries BioChar. Produced in South Australia, Jeffries CulChar is perfect for garden beds, veggie patches, lawns, pots and roses. It’s honeycomb structure holds nutrients and water then slowly releases them over time as the plant needs them. This means you are getting more out of each fertiliser application and watering. Overall, your plants become more resilient and produce richer, fuller blooms.
Constructed with sustainably produced Jeffries Biochar
Optimised absorption of nutrients by plants
Contains organic blood n bone
Gradual release of nutrients to meet the increasing needs of a growing plant
Get more out of each water and fertiliser application
Less reliance on synthetic fertilisers
Increases soil carbon levels which compounds with every application
Superior microbial diversity and activity for better balance in soil microbiology
Improves resistance to disease and pests so less need for pest control that isn't safe for pets and kids
Breaks down to enrich soil over time
Jeffries Biochar creates a honeycomb structure for nutrients and microbes to thrive
Easy to apply pellet form which you can just throw onto the garden
SUSTAINED RELEASE OF NUTRIENTS
With the added benefit of Biochar, Jeffries CulChar offers a sustained release of nutrients to meet the increased needs of the plant as it grows. While traditional fertilisers can lose nutrients to the environment, Biochar stores excess water or nutrients to be used at a later time when the plant needs it most. This results in less reliance on traditional fertilisers and watering.
For home gardens, apply a generous handful per m2.
Reapply 6-8 weeks.
Biochar is a specialised form of charcoal, suitable as a soil amendment. Jeffries Biochar is made by heating biomass between 600C-700C in the absence of oxygen, in a process called pyrolysis. Biochar is essentially pure carbon that can stay in this form for potentially thousands of years. The use of biochar has been acknowledged as a way to offset the increasing warming of the planet due to excess carbon in the atmosphere.
Under the microscope, Jeffries Biochar consists of literally millions of tiny pores. This porous structure gives it a very high surface area – 1 gram of biochar can be equivalent to over 2,000 square metres, creating infrastructure for billions of beneficial micro-organisms to thrive. As well as improving the soil structure, the porous nature of Jeffries Biochar allows it to store nutrients and water, then release them when they are needed most.