Richgro Potting Mixture

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Available In: 25L

A good quality open draining mix suitable for most plants. It can be used in all types of containers, indoors or outdoors including hanging baskets.

It is recommended that a balanced fertiliser be used from potting time to ensure consistent feeding.



  • Value Buy
  • With soil wetter
  • Open draining mix
  • For most plants

How to Use

Re-potting your plants

1. Set up an area suitable to work in. This may be on a flat bench at waist level to minimise strain on your back and legs. Ideally, an area that is ventilated, roomy and well lit will make your job easier.

2. Choose a suitable container/pot before you decide to re-pot. This will help you calculate how much potting mix you will need.

3. Tap the container gently around the edges to help loosen the plant. Spreading your fingers around the stem and turning the plant upside down should see the plant come loose from the pot. Slide off the pot and place the plant on the bench.

4. Inspect the plant for any abnormalities or pest/disease attacks. Remove any unnecessary root growth especially those that wind around the plant. Tease out the root ball to aerate this area around the roots.

5. Before filling your new pot/container ensure it has a drainage hole/s. If these holes are large, it may be an idea to cover these with mesh to prevent the potting mix from falling through.

6. Backfill the container with fresh potting mix to approximately one third full. Centre your plant into the container and if need be add more mix to bring the base of the plant stem in line with the lip of the container.

7. Press down firmly around the plant and if required top up with more mix being careful, however, to avoid overfilling the pot.

8. Water in well. This helps remove any air pockets and also helps the plant recover from the stress of re-potting.



How does it work?
It’s a contact stomach poison.

What is the active in the Killa range?

Does Bifenthrin contaminate ground water through leaching?

Is Bifenthrin a residual chemical?
Yes. But, it has a short “half life” in soil.

Is Bifenthrin absorbed by plant foliage?

Why is sand used as the carrier?
It is more effective as the Bifenthrin is dispersed more efficiently.

Does it have an odour?
Yes. But, it is not unpleasant.

Gardening Solution
Ant Killa



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Note : Guide only. Refer to pack for usage rates.