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Jeffries CulChar is a NASAA organic certified, carbon-rich fertiliser with added BioChar. It has the capacity to hold nutrients, improve soil structure, store soil moisture and support beneficial soil organisms. There is simply no better way to improve the vitality of your soil than with these unique, all-in-one, easy to apply pellets.
premium pellets with added biochar
Organic compost-based fertiliser
Superior microbial diversity for better balance in soil microbiology
Improves resistance to diseases and pests
Gradual release of nutrients to meet the increasing needs of a growing plant
Increases organic carbon and nutrients in the soil which is vital for soil fertility
Added Biochar increases nutrient and moisture retention whilst supporting beneficial soil organisms
Increases nutrient uptake by plant roots
Promotes stronger, healthier root and plant growth
Easy to apply pellet form
NASAA Certified Input for Organic Production
SUSTAINED RELEASE OF NUTRIENTS
Since it contains Biochar, Jeffries CulChar allows for 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 any excess water or nutrients to be used at a later time. This leads to less reliance on traditional fertilisers and watering.
Biochar is a specialised form of charcoal, suitable for use as a soil amendment to increase agricultural crop yields and to conserve nutrients and water. Biochar is made by heating woody materials in the absence of oxygen, in a process called pyrolysis, leaving behind essentially pure carbon. This is biochar.
Under the microscope, biochar consists of literally millions of tiny pores. This porous structure gives biochar 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 biochar allows it to store nutrients and water, then release them when they are needed most.