HOW TO USE
Pricking Out Seedlings:
Loosly fill the new tray or pot with compost and level.
Use a dibber or a small fork to loosen the compost beneath the seedling. Holding the seedling by a seed leaf, ease the seedling out of its compost keeping much of the original compost sticking to the roots as possible.
Make a hole in the new compost and place the roots of the seedling in the hole. Gently firm the compost around the plant, spacing out the seedlings evenly.
Water gently with a fine rose to settle the compost around the roots. Keep in a warm, shaded spot protected from frost.
Potting On Rooted Cuttings:
Add a layer of compost to the bottom of new pots or tray cells. Position the new cutting into the pot and top up with fresh compost around the roots. Water gently and keep in a warm, shaed spot, protected from frost.
WHERE TO USE
For developing seedlings, young plants and newly rooted cuttings.
Use in a well ventilated place and avoid breathing dust. Always wear gloves when gardening and then wash your hands after use.
Always read the label and product information before use.