Made by Ranching Tradition Fiber
No Fillers or binders
Made with 100% Natural Waste Wool
Used for Soil Amending
What is a wool pellet?
A wool pellet is waste wool that has been compressed into a pellet. Wool pellets are used as a natural fertilizer for your gardens, indoor or outdoor plants, trees or hay fields.
What is waste wool?
There are multiple forms of waste wool. Wool sheared from the sheep that is considered waste is belly wool, wool heavy with organic matter or manure. There are also fleeces that can be considered waste wool for different reasons, too short of staple, break in the staple, or just too course.
Benefits of wool pellets?
Reduced Grow time for vegetables
Water savings up to 20-25% conservation
Softens hard clay soils.
Helps increase economic stability for Ag producers by adding value to a waste product.
Natural Slow-Release Fertilizer
Feeds plants up to 6 months.
How do you use wool pellets?
Wool pellets can be used in potted plants, gardens or fields.
Potted Plants - Use 1/2 cup of pellets for 1 gallon of soil.
Gardens - Sprinkle around existing plants and push or work into soil.
Fields - Till or work into the soil to a 1-4" depth.