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Lets Slow the Drought on our loved plants

Posted by Allan Paterson on

Hi, Allan Here -head goffer Magic Moss I recently planted up my old tubs that I had done a trial of magic mulch on and found that the tubs that the ones that had the product rehydrated heaps faster and have retained the extra moisture quicker. The flowers have taken off and things are looking good Ill try and get pics on here. - try it  It works

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MAGIC MULCH WORKS ITS MAGIC ON LEAF CURL

Posted by Magic Moss and Mulch Admin on

MAGIC MULCH, as an aid to planting, SUPPRESSES LEAF-CURL, a fungus prejudicial to healthy plant development. Copper, some mineral and amino acids and other trace elements will attack leaf-curl.   MAGIC MULCH is a blend of chopped (milled) sphagnum moss and seaweed. The seaweed helps suppress the leaf-curl problem while the moss-constituent absorbs up to 20 times its  dry weight in water and has a natural iodine content. This combination promotes the quality of soil or potting medium which may be deficient in the constituents necessary for good growth.   DIRECTIONS: Blend Magic Mulch with potting mixes, (Approximately 2 handfuls to a...

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CREATING POWERFUL POTTING MIX

Posted by Magic Moss and Mulch Admin on

In order to create a powerful,water saving potting mix, chop a quarter of a bucket of Magic Moss into 2 cm long pieces, then blend with four times the amount of potting mix.(1 part Magic Moss to 4 parts Potting Mix) Tip: The easiest way of doing this is to use our Magic Mulch (chopped moss and seaweed), and blend it through your potting mix. This will give your plants an extra boost.Either way - blend some of our moss through the potting mix and notice the difference. Planting up the side of the basket:Position plants through the side of...

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USING MAGIC MOSS AS A TRANSPLANTING MEDUIM

Posted by Magic Moss and Mulch Admin on

Magic Moss is ready to use and easy to apply, it is both natural and New Zealand sourced.Magic Moss lasts many years under the ground and in its natural environment will finally break down to form peat.Sphagnum moss has natural antiseptic properties and it can absorb 20 x its own weight in water.A significant benefit in water restrictive times.   Used in the garden, in pots and in hanging baskets. Can be mixed through the soil to aid water absorbtion. Used in establishing plants in dry or stony ground. First aid in the transplanting of trees and shrubs. For propagation....

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