"FOREST GUARD "Mechanical protection from forest animals. (100% unwashed sheep 's wool pellets). 1000ml package.
Do wild beasts eat your plants, shrubs or trees?
Elders of conifers most often choose elk, deer and deer as their meal, but the hare adores fruit trees and shrubs. Roe deer are frequent guests in the garden, where they feast on everything that is present and tastes: from roses and strawberries to fruit tree bark and berries.
Start thinking early about protecting trees and shrubs from forest animals without harming them and using a natural remedy - unwashed sheep wool pellets!
Forest animals do not like the lanolin (wax secreted by the sebaceous glands of wool-bearing animals), as well as the combination of sheep's sweat and the common smell of the barn, as a result of which forest animals instinctively stick to a piece of unwashed sheep's wool.
However, if an animal approaches and tastes the treated tree or shrub - it feels an unpleasant taste in the mouth, thus looking for another place in search of food, protecting your plants and trees.
There are 2 ways to use BioLana sheep's wool pellets to fight wildlife:
1. Swell a couple of large handfuls (at least 50 - 70 gr.) Of granules in 1 liter of water and mix thoroughly. Water the plants, which are popular with animals, with a watering can.
Recommendation: The pellets consist of 100% wool and its fibers can get stuck in the small holes in the watering can, so it is advisable to expand them to make it easier to use the mixture.
2. Mix the granules with water in a ratio of 1 dose of granules and 3 doses of water. Swell until a thick mass is formed. Then take a small amount with your fingertips and apply to the top of the tree or trunk. Don't forget to wear protective gloves!
Positive side effect:
Sheep's wool contains at least 3x more nitrogen and potassium than other organic fertilizers. Over time, wool drains with rainwater and mixes with the ground, becoming an additional fertilizer for your plant!
Important! We recommend using this 2-3 times a year, because the granules only have their natural ability to adhere to the substrate, because no glue or other chemicals are added and to precipitation, it gets to the ground losing its effect. Of course, each case is different, so you can safely use as many times as possible in your case, for example, 1 time before the deep snow, when the wild beasts have the least food and they mostly start to ripen! And remember - this is an organic product that is also allowed to be used in organic farming as a fertilizer! Good luck! #biolanapellets #organicfertiliser #snails #slug #deer #lvm
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100% sheep wool
(animal by-product produced in accordance with the processing methods referred to in Regulations No 1069/2009 and 142/2011).
1. to be incorporated into the ground only 1x a year wool naturally decomposes 100% over a period of up to 10 months, thus not leaching into the ground with rain and nourishing the roots throughout the growing season of the plant.
2. Able to hold water up to 3.5 x more that it weighs in this way less often need to be watered, especially if the top layer of earth dries out on a sunny day.
3. Absorbing water also loosens the soil, replacing Perlite, thus allowing the roots to grow more easily and additionally supplying them with oxygen in heavy and compacted soil.
4. contains on average 3x more nitrogen and other micro and macro elements as analogues. For example, nitrogen increases the green mass of a plant both in volume and weight.
5. Sustainable product - This type of recycling is in line with the European Green Course on Cleaner Recycling and Climate Neutrality.
6. The natural composition of wool is also very successful in neutralizing unpleasant odors and can be combined with other fertilizers that produce an unpleasant odor by completely neutralizing it (eg chicken or manure).
7. Protects plants and seedlings from bivalve molluscs and other molluscs without killing them naturally. wool absorbs moisture, which is why molluscs avoid contact with Biolana naturally without killing them and causing biological contamination, but over time become an additional food source for plants.
8. Convenient dosing one medium handful contains about 25 - 30 grams but a tablespoon of about 15 - 20 grams of Biolana granules.
9. The small size of the granule allows a more even incorporation into the soil, avoiding the concentration of fertilizer
Animals must not be grazed or crops used as feed for at least 21 days after treatment with BioLana.
Do not use on edible parts of crops
It is recommended to store Biolana Pellets in a dry cool place away from direct sunlight. Do not allow fertilizer to enter drains.
Keep out of the reach of children and pets to avoid the risk of ingestion or inhalation.
Shelf life 2 years from the date of manufacture in the original packaging. Lot no. coincides with the date of manufacture (see packaging)
Made in Latvia