Sheep wool can also be used as a long-term fertilizer for plants. This ecological and renewable raw material can supply plants with a large amount of valuable nutrients, such as nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus. Wool can also hold water very well, so it is the perfect solution for all ecologically minded gardeners.
Advantages of wool pellets
The wool absorbs water, expands to help increase the amount of oxygen in the soil. The roots can grow better in the soil.¨
Wool pellets retain water, are able to retain up to 20 times their weight in water, helping to reduce the need for irrigation by up to 26%. They can also better drain the extra water, which prevents the roots from getting too wet.
Wool pellets are an ideal natural fertilizer with a slow release
Wool pellets also have a naturally high nitrogen content and take several months to fully decompose. Wool pellets have a fertilizer value of 9-1-2 NPK and in addition contain calcium, magnesium, iron, sulfur and other micronutrients in the right amounts.
Wool pellets are all natural and renewable and free of chemicals.
Wool pellets repel snails and snails by placing them around plants and mixing them with soil.
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