House & Garden Bat-Special – Soil and Guano Mix
Bat-Special contains a large list of ingredients that will increase yield and root health. It contains ingredients like peat, perlite, lime, and Bat Guano which House & Garden developed to ensure not only an increase in growth but excellent drainage, a stable pH level, lots of oxygen, and a slow release source of nutrition. All these elements work together to optimise your plant to give you the full great effect.
This product contains two types of decomposed peat (German Black and Baltic White). Both of these elements work together to create a airy consistency. The effect of this is it decreases the change of root disease and helps maintain plant health whilst helping increase yield and quality. Bat-Special also contains a slow release nutrition of Bat Guano. Guano breaks down slowly whilst releasing macro nutrients and protecting the plants roots.
Benefits of using House & Garden Bat-Special:
- Contains German Black and Baltic White peat.
- Light and airy.
- Stabilises pH levels by its added lime ingredient.
- Contains Bat Guano to help plant nutrition.
- Reduces the risk of root rot.
- Contains perlite for better oxygen and drainage.
How to use Bat-Special
This product helps encourage beneficial microbial activity in the root zone to help increase yield and health. Try using Ecothrive Neutralise alongside this product to avoid chlorine/chloramine in your tap water from killing these microbes. You can also use Ecothrive Biosys and Ecothrive Charge to give your plants that extra boost!
This product does not contain any weeds, pathogens, pests, and nematode worms therefore you will not be potting any unwanted pests or issues in your indoor garden.
Bat-Special is easy to use. Fill your container, plant your product, and soak the substrate with water that’s been pH adjusted to 6.5. Make sure you allow plenty of run off and the underside of the container can drain free. Before watering again let the soil mix get slightly dry. This product has enough feed in it for 3 to 4 weeks of growth (this can be different for different plants). Give nutrients to the plant gradually, for example use half the strength or below and work your way up.