Vegetables & Flowers

Using a good vegetable fertiliser or flower fertiliser will maximise your vegetable yields and blooms.  They usually come in a variety of forms and really depend on what you prefer, however liquid feeds are highly popular.  

If you grow vegetables regularly the soil will soon become nutrient deficient so it is recommended to use fertilisers on a regular basis to replace these losses.  Also brassica plants often require more vegetable fertilisers as they are heavy feeders so a regular dose of fertiliser is recommended.

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