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Premium set-and-forget fertiliser

Date: 4th October 2012

MEDIA RELEASE:Premium set-and-forget fertiliser for lush, healthy plants

As any gardener will tell you, getting the right mix of nutrients into your soil is key to keeping your plants looking lush and beautiful. That’s where Daltons new Premium Planter Tabs® come in.

Placed near the root, the tablets do all the work for you. They interact with bacteria in the soil, converting to exactly the right mix of nutrients for faster-growing, healthier plants. Better yet, the tablets are slow-release, giving your plants easily accessible nutrients for up to 12 months. No measuring, no mucking in, no fuss: this is simple, set-and-forget fertilisation.

Daltons Premium Planter Tabs® are safe to handle and easy to use. They’re also suitable for all types and sizes of plants, from trees and shrubs to ground cover and potted plants.

Like the rest of the Daltons range, the Premium Planter Tabs have been developed with only the highest quality ingredients to suit New Zealand’s unique soil and climate. Store them away in their waterproof box between uses, and get back to enjoying your vibrant garden.

The Daltons Premium Planter Tabs® Fertiliser range retails for approximately $9.00 is available nationwide at Bunnings Warehouse, and selected independent garden centres. For more, go to www.daltons.co.nz

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