Green Man Char Wood Vinegar
$24.90 – $104.90
Green Man Char Wood Vinegar is the perfect natural fertilizer for your garden. It is 100% natural, created from sustainably-sourced biomass with no added chemicals. Our wood vinegar is a fantastic bio-stimulant for your plants stimulating plant growth and improving absorption through the roots. Click below to buy your Green Man Char Wood Vinegar.
Bulk supply is possible, please contact us directly.
Our prices include free shipping Australian-wide on all our orders.
20% discount for Local pick-up
Looking for even more of a bargain – collect your order direct from our Melbourne office and receive a 20% discount on your order. Simply add your wood vinegar to the basket and select local collection for the discount to be applied.
Green Man Char Wood Vinegar has many applications and is a fantastic bio-stimulant. Depending on the use, wood vinegar is often significantly diluted before application.
As a fertilizer, Wood Vinegar is able to:
- Improve absorption through the roots of your plants
- Stimulate plant and vegetable growth
- Promotes healthy and balanced growth
- Enriches soil fertility
- Acts as a pest repellent
- Improves the colour, firmness and flavour of fruit
Green Man Char Wood Vinegar is a light brown coloured organic liquid that is formed during the pyrolysis process. There are traces of more than 200 organic components with acetic acid as the main organic component as well as phenolic, aldehyde, keytones, alcohol and esters. Green Man Char Wood Vinegar contains natural plant hormone like compounds that makes the plants stronger, leaves greener, stimulates microbial growth and acts as a pest repellent.
Buy Green Man Char Wood Vinegar today – your plants will thank you.
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