Fly Trap rolls for Farms
3.5kg per roll.
Potting soil, also known as potting compost is a medium to grow plants in suitable containers Mitras Supply All-Purpose Premium Potting Soil with Super Root Booster and Moisture-Retaining Coir.
Give your plants the edge with this versatile Potting Soil that's ideal for all types of planters, from hanging baskets to large pots. A blend of Organic Compost and moisture-retaining coir residues, it prolongs hydration reducing drought stress. Weed-free, pH-balanced, and Low EC.
Our Super Root Booster® Technology provides a live soil mix: Living Microbes; The secret? Mycorrhizae, an amazing microbe that forms a partnership with roots to support vigorous and resilient plant growth.
PH Meter for Water Hydroponics Digital PH Tester Pen 0.01 High Accuracy Pocket Size with 0-14pH Measurement Range for household drinking water, pool, and aquarium.
Comes with Buffer Powder for calibration and screwdriver.
Neem oil is a natural byproduct of the neem tree. The oil is harvested from the trees’ seeds and leaves. While it has been used as a natural pesticide for hundreds of years and has been used as a safe and effective product to control insects and diseases in lawns and gardens.
Pruning shears, also called hand pruners (in American English), or secateurs (in British English), are a type of scissors for use on plants. They are strong enough to prune hard branches of trees and shrubs, sometimes up to two centimetres thick. They are used in gardening, arboriculture, plant nursery works, farming, flower arranging, and nature conservation, where fine-scale habitat management is required.
The glue trap's special yellow colour attracts flying insects such as fruit flies, whiteflies, black flies, thrips, and winged aphids. The pesticide-free and odourless glue capture pests firmly. Once in use, the glue neither drips nor dries out.
Comes with Lanyard for easy hanging.
A grow bag is a large plastic bag filled with a growing medium and used for growing plants, usually tomatoes or other salad crops.
Planting is undertaken by first laying the bag flat on the floor or bench of the growing area, then cutting access holes in the uppermost surface, into which the plants are inserted.