Daltons Goldcote Vegetable and Herb Mix
Goldcote Vegetable and Herb Mix combines Goldcote long-term release fertiliser with the early release properties of Extend Complete for superior results. Designed specifically for growing vegetables and herbs in containers or garden beds. Ideal for apartment balconies.
- Contains a full nutrient blend - no additives required.
- Contains coco fibre and wetting agent to increase water retention and reduce need for irrigation.
- Overcomes issues of soil quality.
- Eliminates issues associated with soil borne diseases.
- Guaranteed weed-free.
- Goldcote Vegetable and Herb Mix 30L
Dig a suitable sized hole for the seedling you are planting (generally twice as big as the expected size of the plant). Fill the hole with Goldcote Vegetable and Herb Mix. For tomatoes planted in the garden, you should dig a hole that takes at least 10 litres. Plant directly into the mix.
Raised beds will produce higher yields with less weeding required. Generally they allow for earlier planting and also provide a more easily accessible garden. If crops can grow down into the soil under the bed, loosen the soil below to a spade depth and mix in Goldcote Vegetable and Herb Mix. Fill raised bed to a planting depth of 20-30cm. Compact lightly by hand before planting and water to see what level the mix settles at before adding more.
Containers or Planter Boxes
Containers or planter boxes allow for ease of access and enable you to locate your garden wherever space permits. Vegetables are not house plants and require larger containers. Fill container with Goldcote Vegetable and Herb Mix and plant directly into the mix. The container must have drainage holes in the bottom to allow excess water to escape.
For best results use the Goldcote Fertiliser range when top dressing or additional feeding is required. Refer to packaging for instructions.
How much do I need?
Our volume calculator can help you to work out how may bags of the product you will need. You'll need to know:
- Length of your garden box or area
- Width of you garden box or area
- How deep you're going to lay the product
- Which product and bag sizes you want to use