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Earth Matters Chicken Manure Pellets

Earth Matters Chicken Manure Pellets

Earth Matters Chicken Manure Pellets are ideal for soil improvement, planting and feeding of established plants. 

  • 100% natural
  • Composted chicken manure pellets
  • Ideal for soil enrichment & improvement
  • Use for feeding all around the garden
  • NPK 4.5-3.5-2.5
  • Size 7kg

When to apply

Apply in the autumn when preparing winter beds or early spring as a base fertiliser when preparing your beds for planting. Then apply an additional feed 3-4 weeks after planting to ensure a top quality and healthy yield. 

How to use 

All organic fertilisers depend on contact with moisture and soil to break down naturally, releasing their nutrients and enhancing soil fertility. 

For best results, the pellets should be worked into the soil (a hoe is usually ideal). During dry weather, water before sowing seeds and after planting. 

Apply several days before sowing seeds or planting out small/sensitive plants. 

What should I expect to see?

The chicken manure pellets will break down slowly releasing nutrients into the soil. For fast growing crops an additional feed may be required. 

General advice

Check your vegetables regularly for pests or disease.

Application rates

  Handfuls per sq.m Grams per sq.m Ounces per sq.yard
Soil improvement      
Before planting 2-6 100-300 3-9
Before sowing 1-3 50-150 1.5-4.5
Fruits & vegetables, flowers, beds & borders, roses, trees & shrubs 2-6 100-300 3-9
Per layer of compost heap 1 50 1.5

*Use higher rates for sandy, starved soils and strong, vigorous plants. Use lower rates for rich/heavy soils and small/sensitive plants. 

Handy gardening tips

Store in a dry, frost-free place, away from weedkiller and other garden chemicals.

Always reseal the bucket after use. 

Wear gloves when handling. 

Suitable for use where children and pets are present. However, some pets like to eat manure, in this case make sure the pellets are thoroughly worked into the soil. 

To be used only where there is a recognised need. Do not exceed the appropriate application rate. 

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