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Indoor Plant Foliage Greener, Root Growth & Health Booster:
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Product Description.
Puck Pellets are a 100% organic, microbially engineered slow-release indoor plant food made from 50% recycled coffee grounds. Formulated to achieve optimal nutrient efficiency for all indoor plants, we've harnessed the natural properties of coffee grounds & organic plant stimulants. Reduce your carbon footprint while strengthening your plant’s immunity, resilience and vibrance, sprouting new growth all year round!
- 100% Organic & Recycled Material
- Foliage Greener, Root Growth & Health Booster
- Slow-Release & Long Lasting
- Scientifically Formulated
- Carbon Footprint Reducing
- Safe on all Plants
- Pet Friendly
- Supporting Eco Charity
- Minimal Odour
How to Use.
Add Puck Pellets to Pots & Planters every two months or combine with soil when potting.

38 grams per 10 Litre vessel = 19g in 1x Tbsp

Step 1.
Fill bottle cap to the inner portion of the lid level (Inner centre circular part of lid) 1/2 Tbsp lid for small pots (<10cm Dia)
1 Tbsp lid for medium pots (15cm > 20cm Dia)
2 Tbsp lids for large pots (25cm > 35cm Dia)
3 Tbsp lids for extra large pots (>40cm Dia) Scatter pellets over topsoil away from the plant’s base.

Step 2.
Use the bottle cap or spoon to loosen soil and press pellets into topsoil partially covering.

Step 3.
Thoroughly water your plants to ensure all pellets are drenched and begin to release nutrients.

Step 4.
Over 2 months, the pellets will break down to green foliage nourish and biologically diversify your plant’s soil, ready to re-apply.

For Propagation & Hydro: Add ½ tbsp (small vessels) 2 tbsp (hydro systems) of pellets to water. Aim to change water and puck pellets every 2 weeks.

For Soilless Media: Combine 1-2 tbsp per 100g of perlite, leca, moss etc within your substrate. Top up with 1-2 tbsp every 2 weeks. Aim to change water and puck pellets every 1-2 months.
How it Works.
Composted Coffee Ground.
Increases soil aeration and water retention. Plant nourishment is ensured with naturally present Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium, Calcium, Iron & Magnesium.

Composted Chicken Manure.
Replenishes plant health to encourage greener foliage, microbial soil activity & increased Nitrogen, Phosphorus & Potassium uptake.

Amino, Fulvic & Humic Acid.
Boosts root nutrient absorption and feeds soil microbial life to maintain good plant health.

Iron & Magnesium.
Increasing the levels of Iron & Magnesium in soils, helps produce green and vibrant foliage.

Containing over 240 beneficial microbes, these living organisms help plants uptake nutrients more efficiently and strengthen overall plant health.

Puck Pellets have an NPK (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium) ratio of 5-1-4, making them perfect for indoor plant varieties. Feed your plants carefree without burning them, but please follow our ‘How to Use’ directions.
How long will it last?
1x 700g vessel of Puck Pellets will last 10-20 plants for 6 months or more, depending on pot diameters. Puck Pellets break down in 2 to 2.5 months, ready for re-application in 2 months.

What ingredients are used?
We predominantly source waste coffee grounds from the hospitality industry across South Australia, which would typically end up in landfill. Our products contain multiple organic materials besides spent coffee grounds, ranging from chicken manure to kelp, prepared using a scientific composting process. We can’t reveal all our ‘secret herbs and spices’, but we can assure you that our Puck Pellets would be a top pick on any indoor plant’s foodie menu.

Is it safe for pets?
Don’t panic; it’s organic! Ferti Grind products are unlikely to be harmful to pets under normal circumstances, and it is the purchaser/owner’s responsibility to prevent pets from consuming them. Store out of reach of your companion animals. Through the composting process, we diminish the remaining caffeine content in waste grounds to low trace levels. However, as with everything, seek appropriate medical advice if consumed.

Odour management?
Puck Pellets are a bioactive fertiliser, meaning although highly nutritious to plants, they still have a very minor scent within a day. To mitigate this, when top dressing soil, press them into the soil approximately 1cm, partially covering, and water in well.

How should I store it?
Store upright, out of reach of pets and children. Keep in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.

What plants can I use it on?
Puck Pellets are safe to use on all indoor and outdoor plant varieties but are scientifically formulated for indoor types.

Why are my pellets or soil white and fuzzy?
Don’t be alarmed! This is saprophytic fungi; the microorganisms are breaking down the pellets and diversifying your plant’s soil. With over 240 beneficial microbes in our product, they are doing their job. Press into the soil by 1cm and cover pellets with a little soil; it’ll only make them work better.
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