These are fertilizers derived from plant residues and animal matter. Although chemical fertilizers contain a higher concentration of mineral nutrients, natural fertilizers feed essential nutrients according to your plants’ needs. This is because they work slowly; they need to be broken down by soil organisms in order for their nutrients to be released, and this takes time. Soils with lots of organic material are able to retain more moisture and nutrients, foster growth of soil organisms, and promote healthier plant root development.

  • Better structure
  • Good aeration
  • Improved water retention

If only chemicals are added, the soil gradually loses its microbiotic activity. The soil structure deteriorates and is less able to hold water and nutrients, which means that over time you will need to use larger amounts of chemicals to feed your plants.

Natural Fertilizer for Tomatoes and Vegetables 4-5-7 +5% + Seaweed

The natural fertilizer for tomatoes and vegetables includes hen manure (dried and granulated) and dried seaweed, which contains numerous seaweed-derived minerals and results in a rich and fertile soil. The calcium found naturally in hen manure helps prevent blossom-end-rot, and beneficial microbes help break down organic matter into nutrients that help stimulate root development. A combination of ingredients that stimulates the production of tomatoes and vegetables and improves plant resistance to diseases.

Use and guidelines

  • Tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers,
  • Lettuce, onions, beans and carrots.
  • Sprinkle fertilizer around the base of the plant and mix with the soil. Repeat every 4 weeks throughout the growing season.

Natural fertilizer for Annuals, Perennials and Roses 4-3-8 + Seaweed

For abundant and colourful blooms, use the natural fertilizer for annuals, perennials and roses made form dried and granulated pure hen manure and dried seaweed. Most annuals need fertilizing more often, especially if they're in containers. This is a perfect mix of nutrients that promotes healthy plant growth including roots, stems, leaves and flowers.

Use and guidelines

  • Annuals and perennials
  • Rose bushes
  • Plants in pots and planters
  • Sprinkle the fertilizer around the base of the plant and mix with soil. Repeat every 4-6 weeks throughout the growing season.

These products are certified for organic gardening by OCQV, the organization that sets organic standards and requirements for Quebec. They are made using 80% agricultural residues and contain no chemical synthetic products.

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