Organic fertilizers release their nutrients more slowly than synthetic fertilizers, reducing the risk of burning plant roots. These fertilizers are often applied early in the growing season to allow time for the microorganisms to do their work. Adding organic matter to soil improves its moisture retention and drainage, creating conditions that favor healthy root growth. Organic fertilizers often supply many micronutrients as well as the major plant nutrients, nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium. Ingredients: Cow dung, goat manure, ground nut cake, pungam cake, neem cake, press mud, sugar cane waste, wood ash, steamed bond meal, plant leaves, plant beneficial microbes – azospirillum, phosphobacteria, pseudomonas, trichoderma.
1. Top your garden soil with 40-50 gms every 3 weeks and add water immediately during late evening or early morning
2. Prepare potting mix with your growing media (soil or cocopeat) in ratio 4:1 (4 part growing media 1 part Organic manure)