Daltons All Purpose
Daltons All Purpose
A quality blend of controlled and slow-release fertilisers formulated specifically for New Zealand growing conditions. Daltons All Purpose fertiliser is ideal for garden beds, pots, hanging baskets and all landscape applications.
- Designed for New Zealand growing conditions.
- Easy to apply uniformly, resulting in even growth.
- Chloride free formulation makes it safe to use with all trees and shrubs.
N:16 P:3 K:9
How to use
Prior to Planting
Apply at the rate of ½-1 scoop per m2 distributing evenly. Mix thoroughly with existing soil.
Flowers & Vegetables: 1 scoop
Tree & Shrubs: 2 scoops
Apply evenly out to the drip line. Water in well after application and avoid direct contact with foliage.
Topdressing in Containers
Add 5g per litre of the container. Spread evenly around top of container or bag avoiding direct contact with foliage and water well.
TIP: For improved growth and weed control apply Daltons Mulch & Grow after fertilising. Refer to application instructions on bag.
Tips and know how
For an extra good start, improve soil structure by blending Daltons 7in1 Boosted Compost or Daltons Garden Mix with existing soil prior to planting.
We want to shift our strawberries for next year and wonder what tips you may have as they are taking up valuable space in our glasshouse. Can we transplant strawberries easily?
Pre School Planting
Could you please give us some advice on what veges and herbs we could plant as a starter for our preschool garden?
Blight on Tomatoes
My tomato plants were looking very healthy until the four days of rain we had in January. Then they started wilting and have not improved. Just before the rain, I had given them a dressing of Daltons Tomato Fertiliser and they had a large amount of tomatoes set on them. What went wrong?
Growing Tomatoes from Seed
When is a good time to sow tomato seeds in Wellington? What sort of tomato seeds are tough to survive and what should I not plant with them? Can you plant tomatoes beside strawberries?