Soil Culture stimulates existing beneficial and essential micro-organisms in the soil and compost while suppressing pathogenic (unwanted) bacteria.
The result is faster and more complete composting without odours.
Soil Culture promotes decomposition of organic material and produces natural fermentation rather than putrefying due to unwanted bacteria.
Less fertilizer is required as the plants feed on the nutrients created by the natural decomposition of organic matter and bacteria.
Less tillage is required due to improved soil composition.
Soil Culture allows efficient decomposition of cellulose that accounts for up to 20% of a green plants structure.
Once the beneficial micro-organism balance has been restored to your soil, plants will be able to utilize sunlight and nutrients more efficiently therefore enhancing growth and disease resistance.
Soil Culture Uses and benifits
1. Assists to create beneficial micro-organisms
2. Speeds up composting
3. Reduces pest infestations
4 Increases plant immunity to disease and pests
5 Reduces odours
6 Less fertilizer required
7 Less tillage required
9 Beneficial to septic tanks and drains
10 Natural and cost effective
Soil Culture is great for washing down animal shelters to reduce odours and beneficial for septic tank systems and drains.
Soil Culture reduces pest infestations in compost,all manures and clippings.
Reduces odours by neutralizing bad bacteria.
Composting is accelerated due to efficient effective micro-organism activity.
Soil Culture is totally natural and very cost effective.
Compost and clippings - 20ml Soil Culture to 5 Lt water
10ml to 10 Lt water - apply over 2 square mt every 14 days.
Storage and use
Gloves should be worn when handling and a mask if spraying.
Store out of sunlight under 30 degrees C.
Once container is open it can be sealed stored for up to 3 months.
Do not use if the product has developed a pungent odour.
Use diluted product within 7 days.
SHAKE BOTTLE WELL BEFORE USE
Available in 250 ml & 500 ml.