FertiGel - fertiliser and water storing crystals

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Buy FertiGel - fertiliser and water storing crystals: Fertigel is a handy two-in-one mix of general plant fertiliser with water storing crystals. Perfect for saving time if you have plenty of pots, containers and hanging baskets.<br><br>Quick and easy to apply, Fertigel releases water and nutrients when needed. The slow-release feed provides long-lasting nourishment while the crystals hold up to 400 times their weight in water. <br><br>Reducing the need for watering by up to 4 times, it protects plants from under or over watering. Ideal for all plants, flowers, fruit and vegetables and suitable for indoor and outdoor use. <br><br>Supplied in a resealable zip lock bag with free measuring scoop. Contains 200g.

Fertigel is a handy two-in-one mix of general plant fertiliser with water storing crystals. Perfect for saving time if you have plenty of pots, containers and hanging baskets.

Quick and easy to apply, Fertigel releases water and nutrients when needed. The slow-release feed provides long-lasting nourishment while the crystals hold up to 400 times their weight in water.

Reducing the need for watering by up to 4 times, it protects plants from under or over watering. Ideal for all plants, flowers, fruit and vegetables and suitable for indoor and outdoor use.

Supplied in a resealable zip lock bag with free measuring scoop. Contains 200g.

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