GK-Organics® Veg Pearls

This vegan super fertiliser provides astonishing growth using 100% organic means.

GK-Organics® Veg Pearls, made from a plant-based extract from sugar cane, is a complete and economical alternative for manure.

Advantages

  • For both indoor and outdoor use.
  • Astonishing growth.
  • Improved soil life.
  • No leaching of minerals.
  • Less irrigation required.
  • Increased plant resistance to stress.
  • 100% vegan.
  • Economical to use.
  • Easy to scatter due to rounded shape.

Application

  • For both indoor and outdoor use.
  • For outdoor cultivation: 1 litre GK-Organics® Veg Pearls for 5 – 10 m². At a later stage, scatter GK-Organics® Veg Pearls over the earth as needed and rake it thoroughly into the soil.
  • For use in pots and/or planters: before planting, mix 1 1/2 50-ml measuring cups of GK-Organics® Veg Pearls into 15 litres of potting soil or earth.

For additional information, download our substrate cultivation chart here or view the ‘expert info’ tab for more detailed instructions.

Specifications

  • Sugar cane extract
  • NPK 11-0-5 in granular form
  • Colour: black
  • No preservatives

Are you looking for the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) for this product? Please contact us.

Packaging

  • 0.5 litres
  • 1 litre
  • 3 litres
  • 5 litres
  • 22 litres
  • 25 litres

Expert info

Plant-based residues
Plant-based residues with natural sugar levels form the organic basis for GK-Organics® Veg Pearls. Through a specific fermentation process, these residues are converted into a highly suitable fertiliser. The use of purely plant-based products keeps the salt levels low, reducing the risk of leaf scorch. The high levels of trace elements and sugars support a healthy soil living environment and ensure healthy plant growth. The amino acids present are also easily absorbed at low temperatures.

Long-acting nitrogen
GK-Organics® Veg Pearls contains both slow-and quick-releasing nitrogen sources, which means that it remains active over several weeks. Approximately 50% of the nitrogen is released during the first four weeks.