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6X Pelleted Organic Chicken Manure6X Pelleted Organic Chicken Manure

6X Pelleted Organic Chicken Manure

Composted organic chicken manure in easy to use pellets. Low in odour, these pellets can be used all around the garden including vegetable plots, flower beds and as a soil conditioner.

Supplied in a weed-free, dry, pelleted form Poultry Manure is a completely natural, organic fertiliser containing all the essential plant nutrients.

Economical to use , it is clean and easy to apply and can be used on flowers, vegetables, shrubs and trees.

Poultry Manure, which contains added humus, can also be used as a soil conditioner. It helps improve soil structure and moisture retention.  Simply fork into the soil.

Contains: NPK 4-2.5-2.3.

Completely natural product containing essential plant foods
  • Releases plant nutrients over an extended period
  • Improves the soil structure
  • Clean and easy to handle

Usage Instructions (PDF)

20kg Sack RRP £19.99
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6X Directions for Use


For a lawn with a rich green sward, sprinkle 2 to 3 ounces of 6X Natural Fertiliser evenly per square yard, brush in well and water. Repeat this procedure occasionally throughout the growing season. For larger expanses of lawns/paddocks, use 6X Pelleted Fertiliser in a gives excellent results.

Clay Breaking and Soil Conditioning...  

To break clay or to condition the soil, apply a good liberal dressing, of 4 to 6 ounces per square yard, in the autumn. This will help with heavy clay by added humus and will enable light soil to retain moisture, putting goodness back into the soil.

Seed Sowing...

Prepare your seed bed in the usual way, then sprinkle 1 ounce of 6X Natural Fertiliser per square yard and rake well in. When the seeds are well established a further sprinkling can be applied as needed, to continue vigorous growth.

Seed Trays and Potting...

To encourage vigorous and healthy root systems, use one part 6X Natural Fertiliser with 25 parts peat or loam, mix well in. This procedure will help to produce strong and abundant growth.


In order that the transplants have a rich food bank to maintain a good, healthy and vigorous growth, rake in 4 to 5 ounces of 6X Natural Fertiliser per square yard about two weeks prior to planting.

Pot Plants...  

Sow or plant in a mixture of compost with two teaspoonfuls of 6X Natural Fertiliser per 4" pot and water well in. Established plants require occasional feeds to enhance their growth and to promote strong root systems.

Vegetables and Fruit...  

To produce wholesome vegetables and tasty fruit give a liberal spreading of 4 to 5 ounces of 6X Natural Fertiliser per square yard, as and when required, throughout the growing season. This can be done prior to rain or alternatively can be watered in well.


To produce a rich compost, spread 6 ounces of 6X Natural Fertiliser per square yard between layers of garden or kitchen waste to activate the heat process needed to give a good quality and easily workable compost.

Liquid Feed...  

Place a well punctured sack of 6X Natural Fertiliser in a tank of water, this will produce enough liquid manure to cover 250 square yards, when used at the lawn rate. For smaller usage a double handful in a 2 gallon can, soaked in well, makes an excellent feed.


As with seed sowing, prepare the bed or border with a sprinkling of 1 ounce of 6X Natural Fertiliser per square yard, raked or forked in well. A further sprinkling around the base of the plants, occasionally, through the season will give a healthy abundant growth.


For healthy and strong growing roses, spread about 4 to 5 ounces of 6X Natural Fertiliser around well established plants as the buds appear. An additional dressing can be given occasionally throughout the growing season and watered in well.

Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Camellias and Ericas...

6X Natural Fertiliser is quite harmless to lime hating plants, it should be mixed with peat and then spread around the plants that are already established, helping to promote healthy abundant growth.

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