BioChar Biology Blend

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The Professional grower’s best kept secret! Originally only available to our trade customers, Biochar Biology Blend is our most potent product formulation ever.

Biochar Biology Blend is known by the trade as “Organic Rocket Fuel”  It brings an intense boost of all the trace minerals and natural biology your plants will need for the season. This encourages healthy root systems which will be reflected in the quality of the aboveground plants. It’s ideal for sprinkling into seed drills or around the roots of young plants as you put them into their growing positions.
Biochar Biology Blend can also be used to give a boost to your houseplants or during repotting. Likewise, if you have some existing biochar-based composts and are going to plant back into those pots, you can use Biology Blend to rejuvenate the compost for lasting benefits for the year ahead.

  • Formulated as an organic substrate rejuvenator, it brings an intense boost of all the trace minerals and natural biology (fungi and bacteria) your plants will need for the season ahead, which encourages healthy root systems
  • Great product to use if you want to simply give a boost to your houseplants or if you are thinking of repotting.
  • Using biochar can bring a physical and permanent change to your soil. It improves structure, aeration, water-holding capacity, nutrient retention, and provides a refuge for beneficial microbiology which we add to improve plant health.
  • Made from 100% natural ingredients – Soil Association Approved for organic growing by the Soil Association, although it is widely used by both organic and conventional growers.
  • Biochar sequesters (locks) carbon into the ground, so it is beneficial to the environment as well as your plants and edibles.

Carbon Gold biochar – Saving the planet one garden at a time!

 

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