Q1. What is Tea Seed Powder?

A1. Tea Seed Powder is a by-product of camellia seed after extracting the oil from the seeds.

It contains tea saponin, suitable for turfs, fruit trees and crop growing.  It is also used as an organic insecticide, effective to snail’s slugs (avoid parasitism) in vegetable and fruit farms.

Q2. What is Bone Meal?

A2. Bone meal is an organic fertilizer made from crunched, cooked and roasted dry cattle's bones.

Which is rich in phosphate, calcium and potassium which contribute to plants blossoming, fruiting and growing healthy.

Q3. What is Dolomite WDG?

A3. Dolomite WDG contains Calcium and Magnesium.

As acidic soil with pH value which less than pH 6 will affect the nutrients in soil and diseases.  Dolomite can neutralize excessive acid in soil immediately and effectively.

Q4. What is Peanut Meal?

A4. Peanut meal is the by-product obtained after the extraction of oil from peanut.

Which is rich in nitrogen fertilizer, and helps plant foliage to grow strong.

Q5. Why is Trace Elements beneficial to vegetables?

A5. Beside the main nutrients NPK, Trace Elements is also an essential nutrient in the vegetable world.

It contains the richest sources of minerals like boron, copper, chlorine, magnesium, iron, molybdenum and zine. Add main nutrients and trace elements in the soil before planting, it can make all the difference.

Q6. Why is Potassium Fertilizer essential?

A6. An proper amount of potassium fertilizer helps strengthen the roots and enhance resistance of diseases.  Besides, it also improves the quality of fruits.

Using overdose of potassium, the absorption of other nutrients is inhibited.

Q7. What is Crab Shell?

A7. Crab Shell is a great fertilizer with calcium and some extra benefits not found in other fertilizer products.

It is also high in Chitin which promotes the growth of Chitin by eating bacteria in the soil. It will help eliminate Ants, Grubs, Fungus and Root Nematodes because they are all Chitin based in structure. It can also strength the root system.

Q8. What is Peat Moss?

A8. Peat moss is dead fibrous material that forms when mosses and other living material decompose in peat bogs.

Peat moss is an important component of most potting soils and seed starting mediums. It holds several times its weight in moisture, and releases the moisture to the plants roots as needed. It also holds onto nutrients.

Q9. What is Compost Soil?

A9. Compost Soil is a D.I.Y. fertilizer by mixing kitchen waste (for hygiene purpose, any meat, bones as well as seasoned substances are not included)、  crop residue or horticultural waste, and decompose until they are mature.

By turning organic waste to organic resources - Compost Soil, it is the best way to turn the waste problem to resources.  Besides, compost soil contains trace element which is essential to plants.     Trace element deficiency will affect the plants to absorb adequate nutrients.

Q10. Why Amino Acids are essential nutrients for plants?

A10. Amino Acids are the key elements to produce protein.  By adding Amino Acids to the plants directly, it saves energy consumption of the plants to produce Amino Acids itselve so as to strengthen the plants and increase yield.

There are several benefits for fertilizing plants with Amino Acids fertilizer directly. 

  1. It helps to strengthen plant cells to resist disease and plant stalks.  
  2. It also helps to improve the quality of soil, like the ability of retaining fertilizer and water.  
  3. It helps to enhance photosynthesis and pollination. 
  4. With Amino Acids, it helps to break down nutrients so as plants can absorb them effectively.

Q11. Homegrown Organic Fertilizer?

A11. Green Manure can be prepared at home.

Soak Mung Beans in water for 8 hours, then, throw away the excessive water.  Put wet cloth or wet paper kitchen towel on top of the mung beans until germination.  Normally, it takes less than 2 days.  Afterwards, put all the mung beans to soil like normal planting.  No fertilizing is necessary. Let the mung beans to grow (don't let them grow until flowering) until see the leaves, mix them (leaves and roots) with the soil, it helps to fertilizer the soil.  Basically, Green Manure is prepared when the sowing season has not started yet.

Q12. What is Plant Ash?

A12. Plant Ash is the residue powder of burned straw, withered branches and leaves.  It is also an Organic Fertilizer.  

Plant Ash is rich in potassium.  It can strengthen the development of root and stalk.  Plant Ash can also be used as base fertilizer.  Besides, as Plant Ash is alkaline, it can balance acidic soil.