A recommended dose of 25 grams of pellets and 10-15 litres of soil per plant should be enough, however, if the soil you are using is lighter and sandier it is recommended that you instead use up to 50 grams of pellets per plant for the same amount of soil. If you prefer to use more soil per plant, moreover (for example, fi you are growing plants that have wide spreading roots), then you can use up 100 grams of pellets for each plant. It does not matter which type of plant you are growing: whether you are cultivating hothouse flowers, chilli plants, or ornamental ferns for use in houses, the pellets will have a wonderfully beneficial effect on them. Seedlings will grow up strong and healthy, young plants will be able to fight diseases more readily, flowers will be bigger and more durable, and fruits will be larger and healthier.
This powerful action is all down to the high nutritional content of the pellets. They are mainly composed of organic material (nearly a third of each pellet is made up of this), which is rich in protein. Other key active ingredients found in substantial levels in each pellet include magnesium oxide, sulphur trioxide, phosphoric anhydride and nitrogen along with a whole host of other minerals and nutrients. These pellets are all totally organic, and, as you water your seeds and seedlings, they will start to break down in the soil in a controlled fashion, delivering the nutrients to your plants at just the right rate. After the pellets have been mixed into the soil initially, there is nothing left for you to do: just care for your plants as you usually would, and see them grow even better than they usually do.