Complete Organic Plant Food – 450ml Pump Bottle
Keep your plants healthy and thriving with this organic plant food. Mix it with water and you’re ready to grow. The pump bottle will help you get the dosage just right.
This big 450ml bottle will last you a while, as the recommended dose is 1 pump in your 3L watering can. With just that one pump, you’re giving easily absorbed nutrients from organic sugar beets to your growing plant baby. Yep, this is a vegan, organic and effective way to boost your plants and cuttings. Last but not least, it comes in a pretty package. Keep it on display if you’d like, if only to show that plants are only getting the best care in your home.
How to use it? Take the practical pump and add a bit of the nutritious liquid to water. Suitable for both your plants growing in water as the ones rooted in soil.
Plant magic for plants
If you want your indoor plants to keep growing strong, it’s wise to give them some extra food every once in a while. Plants need nutrients just like us. Unlike more aggressive kinds of all-purpose chemical fertilisers, this beet vinasse formula will not burn the roots of your sprouting cuttings. Using plant nutrients made from plants simply makes sense!
Easy-to-use plant food
Plant food comes in many shapes and forms. You may have been doubting about using a liquid or powdered form, or maybe even (gasp!) a chemical fertiliser. We love using this liquid, organic plant food, because it’s easily absorbed by the roots and stimulates healthy soil bacteria. Mix a pumpful into your watering can to ensure that your plants soak up their extra boost easily. Don’t be afraid to use a bit of liquid love, one drop a week keeps your plant on fleek.
Our organic plant nutrient
– All purpose. No need to keep different bottles on hand.
– Vegan, made of plants, for plants.
– For plants in water or in soil. Stimulate growth and strength for both.
– Tried and tested. The most effective, and safe for your plants in water.
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Plant Food (Fertiliser)
In general, you should fertilise your plants if it's actively growing. Roughly from April to November here in Amsterdam. But if you see signs of growth outside of this range, keep on feeding the growth with plant food.
For plants in water, use about 1 drop per glass of water (250ml) per week.
For plants in soil, use about 3 times as much. If you have lots of plants, you might find the large bottle with the pump very practical. Use one pump for a 3L watering can.
The plant food is made of sugar beets, specifically a by-product called vinasse.
It's vegan and organic, and made in Europe.
Organic fertilizers are derived from the remains of living organisms; in our case from sugar beets.
Organic fertilizers release their nutrients slowly: they dissolve in water, and they’re broken down by bacteria in the soil, providing nutrients as they decompose.
One of the many benefits of organic fertilisers is they improve the “structure” of the soil. They feed the microorganisms that convert nutrients, so plants can access them. Often, micronutrients are also present, which is not the case in synthetic fertilisers.
These fertilizers act slowly, that's why it’s almost impossible to “burn” or kill roots or plants by applying too much. When overdosing with synthetic fertilisers, however, can have potentially fatal results for your plants.
Finally, synthetics fertilisers are produced from fossil fuels and mineral ore.
Our plant food is made from a renewable source, a by-product of sugar beets called vinasse, cultivated with organic agriculture.
It is! Our plant food is made of plants, for plants.
You might be wondering : are there plant fertilisers that are NOT vegan?
Yes, that's very much the case. Many fertilisers use animal sources of nutrients, such as bone meal, blood meal and fish-based fertilisers. Cow manure fertiliser is often a by-product of large meat production facilities.
Yes! Our plant food is a great choice for plants growing in any substrate, including LECA (clay beads) and other soil-free substrates. Lechuza Pon already contains (synthetic) fertilizer, so you only need to start adding new plant food when that fertiliser is already used up.