Troforte M Vegetable and Herb
Specific selected suite of beneficial microbes provide maximum yields and nutrient packed edible plants. Feeds for up to 3 months
6 Month controlled release nutrients
Designed specifically for Vegetable and Herb plants and crops
Up to 60 minerals and 24 species of beneficial microbes, bacteria and fungi specifically chosen to enhance vegetable taste and produce bigger and better yields
Develops the soil to promote drought resistance
After continued use you will notice earthworms returning to your soil creating better drainage and soil aeration
Suitable for potted and in-ground vegetables and herbs.
Stronger plants mean enhanced protection from pests and diseases
For the best results, apply Troforte® Vegetable and Herb every 6 months with an additional application prior to flowering and fruit set, if necessary
Troforte® All Purpose Liquid Plant food can also be applied every 3 months to boost beneficial microbial populations in your soil.
Used in combination, the liquid and granular products will work in conjunction to create a carbon rich organic food that will help further boost soil microbial populations and help nutrient uptake to be optimised.
Tips for growing Vegetables and Herbs:
Vegetable and Herbs need well drained soils, so avoid planting in water-logged soils
Daily watering via drip or spray systems is essential in dry and summer periods. In addition, a weekly soaking will ensure good results
Make sure nutrients are present throughout the growing period, so time your Troforte applications accordingly. A heavier application prior to flowering and during fruit set will enhance the quality of produce.
Add organic matter, compost and mulch to enhance the performance of the microbes in Troforte®
Planting or Transplanting
Using the scoop supplied, sprinkle the instructed dosage of Troforte® around the bottom of the hole or pot. Also mix into the back-fill soil. Water in well.
Established Trees or plants:
Using the scoop supplied, sprinkle the instructed dosage of Troforte® around the base of the plant and out to the drip line. Cover with mulch, compost or organic matter if possible, and immediately water in well.