Westland John Innes No.1 Young Plant Compost 35L - Local Delivery ONLY

Item No. 712801
LOCAL DELIVERY ONLY PLEASE SEE LOCATIONS HERE-  Local Delivery Westland John Innes No.1 Young Plant Compost gives young plants the best start in life. Developed specially for the needs of all young plants to help them establish. Gives young plants the best start in life Feeds for up to 4 weeks
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LOCAL DELIVERY ONLY PLEASE SEE LOCATIONS HERE- Local Delivery



Westland John Innes No.1 Young Plant Compost gives young plants the best start in life. Developed specially for the needs of all young plants to help them establish.

Gives young plants the best start in life
Feeds for up to 4 weeks
Develops stronger roots
Zinc complex boosts plant health
No Green Waste

Why Use
John Innes composts were developed over 50 years ago and are based on a traditional recipe of loam, peat and horticultural grit with added nutrients. John Innes No 1 Young Plant Compost, a loam based compost which is a naturally reduced peat mix, is specifically designed to establish young seedlings and plants.

The Benefits of Zinc complex

Zinc is a vital component of plant development. It is an essential element in the formation of cell wall structure helping retain and move nutrients and water. It also stimulates Auxin production stimulating root development and increasing photosynthetic activity by the retention of nutrients essential for photosynthesis.

Auxin Production

Auxin is an essential component of plant development. It promotes healthy root growth leading to increased root mass and depth. The roots can access nutrients and water more effectively improving growth and reducing stress. It also is transported around green material (leaves/stems) enabling the plant to follow light sources.
Details
GTIN 5023377007514
Vendor Item No. 10300054
Brand Westland
Delivery Local Delivery ONLY
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