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We The Wild Plant Care Organic Support (Slow-Release Bio-Active Plant Food) 250g




We The Wild Plant Care Organic Support (Slow-Release Bio-Active Plant Food) 250g.

Strong roots = a healthy houseplant! Build your plant’s strength and resilience over 6-8 weeks. The plant food pellets slowly transform your soil into a complex ecosystem ripe for growth.


We The Wild Plant Care Organic Support is a popular product in Australia among plant enthusiasts who prefer organic and sustainable gardening. This product has gained a significant following due to its effectiveness in promoting healthy plant growth without harmful chemicals.


The Coconut Store supports We The Wild Plant Care products, which are environmentally friendly. As part of the eco-conscious cultivator, this product is an ideal choice to minimise the harmful chemicals on the environment. Organic Support products are easy to use.



To refresh soil:
Mix 1-2 tbsp per plant into the topsoil every 2 months, and water with Grow Concentrate.

When repotting:
Liberally mix into store-bought or old soil, ensuring contact with roots.

For germination:
crumble, moisten and coat seeds thoroughly.


Organic Support (Slow-Release Bio-Active Plant Food) Ingredients

18+ organic inputs are diverted from landfill, lovingly processed by Australian worms and slowly preserved to capture all that goodness! All products are certified by NASAA Organic (5544M). The 200+ microbe strains slowly release into the soil and help absorb all the goodness from the soil. It’s packed with Mycorrhizal Fungi, which act as the plants’ ‘messenger.’ It means your plant builds a symbiotic relationship with the soil. NPK: 4:3:2


The slow-release formula ensures that plants receive a steady supply of nutrients over time, reducing the risk of over-fertilization and nutrient burn.





We The Wild Plant Care products like Organic Support | Slow-Release Bio-Active Plant Food are highly rated and popular in Australia. Many plant enthusiasts praise its effectiveness and sustainability.


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