Superfly The Good Stuff Slow Release Pellets

Size: 400g
Sale price$17.50


Get the Good Stuff! Superfly® is a certified organic fertiliser & is packed with beneficial microbes, chitin and nutrients to improve soil health, activate natural plant defences and accelerate plant growth. These pellets are 'slow-release' as the pellet will break down before being absorbed into the soil, allowing for a slower release of microbes and nutrients into your soil.
• Beneficial microbes
Builds healthy, resilient, bio-diverse soil with 240
million living microbes per gram.
• Boosts natural defenses
Prevents root rot, protects against pathogenic fungi &
nematodes and activates plant defenses against insect
• Enhances growth
Improves soil structure and accelerates plant growth with a
balance of fast and slow-release nutrients, calcium and 10+
trace elements.
• Soil wetter
170% moisture holding capacity, and high in organic matter
to enhance water penetration, maximise nutrient uptake and
increase watering efficiency.

• Suitable for all soil types
Neutral pH, low in salt and high in humic acid for all soil
types, including clay.

• Sustainable
Every tonne of Superfly fertiliser offsets 5 tonnes of CO2
Nutrient Analysis
Analysis (dry weight basis) %w/w
Nitrogen (N) 3.5
Phosphorus (P) 1.9
Potassium (K) 2.1
Sulphur (S) 0.4
Calcium (Ca) 8.6
Magnesium (Mg) 0.7
Iron (Fe) 0.2
Manganese (Mn) 0.424
Zinc (Zn) 0.031
Copper (Cu) 0.0045
Boron (B) 0.00144
Molybdenum (Mo) 0.00018
Silicon (Si) 0.084
Cobolt (Co) 0.00014
Carbon (C) 41.5
Organic Matter 70.50%
Water holding capacity 170%
Chitin 10%
100% Black Soldier Fly Larvae Frass and Exoskeletons.
What is a probiotic superfood for plants?
Superfly is made with unique ingredients from Black Soldier Fly
Larvae (BSFL) frass and exoskeletons. It's a powerful tool for
plant nutrition alive with 240 million beneficial microorganisms
per gram, contains 10% chitin and nutritionally beneficial minerals
for increased bio-diversity and healthy, well-structured soil.
Rich source of natural chitin
The presence of insect chitin triggers the activation of natural
plant defences to grow thicker stalks and stems and produce natural
toxins which fend off insects that feed on sap and leaves.
Scientific research has shown chitin:
• Accelerates germination, growth and increases seedling survival;
• Prevents root rot and leads to less pathogenic fungi and
nematodes in the soil;
• Improves the proliferation of legume-rhizobia (symbiotic root
nodules), supporting the higher capture of atmospheric N.

How to Apply 

Flowers, vegetable beds and garden beds
• Apply 50g per square metre and water in.
• Gently incorporate into the soil for best results.
• After planting, top dress by sprinkling a thin layer above the
root zone.
• Re-apply every six weeks during growth season.
Acid-loving, and Australian indigenous plants
• Apply 25g per square metre, or 35g for fast-growing plants,
starting a minimum of 10cm from the base of the plant, then
water in.
• Re-apply in spring and autumn.
Ornamental shrubs & roses
• Apply 50g per square metre, starting a minimum of 10cm from the
base of the plant, then water in.
• Re-apply every 6 to 8 weeks from spring until mid-autumn.
Potted plants
• Sprinkle a thin layer leaving a small clearance around the stem
of the plant and water in.
• Re-apply as a top dress every six weeks.
Planting trees and shrubs
• Apply 15g per 10cm pot size at the root base during planting
and water in.
Fruit trees (all types)
• For young trees, apply 300g in spring and autumn, and water in.
• For mature trees, apply 600g in 10cm holes across the root area
of the tree, in spring and autumn, and water in.
Horticulture, Viticulture, and Hemp
• Apply 500kg per hectare OR 5kg per 100 square meters.
• Spread with a fertiliser or compost spreader.
Lawns, Ovals, and Golf courses
• Broadcast 250kg per hectare OR 2.5kg per 100 square meters.
• Golf Tees
Spring to Autumn: Every 4-6 weeks apply 2.5kg per 100m2
Autumn to Winter: Every 4-6 weeks apply 3-4kg per 100m2 (or
apply twice at half rate).
• Ovals:
Apply 200kg per hectare or 2kg per 100 square meters.
• Lawns apply in Spring and early Autumn.

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