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Growth and Development 

Black Soldier Fly Organic Fertiliser (Frass)

Black Soldier Fly Organic Fertiliser addresses this nutrient imbalance by replenishing key nutrients for healthy plant growth. Known

to gradually release these nutrients, our fertiliser reduces the chances of over-fertilising.

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Rich in Nitrogen 

Supports plants' rapid growth and encourages the healthy development of foliage and fruit

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Rich in Potassium

Support in plants' rapid growth and colour leave 

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Contains Chitin

A natural plant immunity booster that control pathogens and fungus

Replenish,
Rebalance and Nourish

With an NPK ratio of 3:3:5, our Black Soldier Fly Organic Fertiliser will help leafy vegetables and fruit-bearing plants to flourish. Besides, the additional chitin in our fertiliser helps to improve your plant's immunity to pests and diseases.

Our frass fertiliser is also odourless and non-toxic, making it safe to use around children and pets!

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Product Application

Applicable for home gardening (such as potted plants and seedlings) and agriculture field (such as leafy vegetables and fruit trees), our Black Soldier Fly Organic Fertiliser works in symbolism with plants. 

Our fetiliser enables utilization of agricultural lands and home gardening pot with nutrients and offering a positive impact on the environment.

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Key Benefits

Nutrient-rich and adds healthy organic volume to soil to boost plant growth

Contains chitin, a natural plant immunity booster that control pathogens and fungus

Sustainably produced in Singapore from Black Soldier Fly fed with quality organic food waste

Suitable for home and corridor use and does not attract bugs

Contains a homogenous mixture of organic substrate, larvae castings, and other microbial nutrients

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Understanding the Cons of Chemical Fertiliser

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Chemical fertilisers do help a plant grow fast in the beginning, but they eventually cause your soil to suffer from a condition called soil fatigue.

 

This is when the soil suffers from a lack of vital nutrients

for healthy plant growth.

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Soil fatigue occurs due to the 'intricacies of soil health', where the nutrient content of the soil was not well-balanced and optimised for healthy growth.