RAW Biochar Bucket

RAW Biochar Bucket

Regular price $127.00 Sale

High quality, premium raw biochar in a reusable 5 gallon bucket (27lbs total) ...really the perfect way to add permanent soil structure to your yard.

This bucket is full of... RAW BIOCHAR ...so you have a blank canvas to create your own special blend or lay it down raw (the Fall and Winter is a great time to do this actually.)

The "biochar bucket" works with everything you’re already using so you don't have to worry about messing anything up :-)

It's beneficial for all stages of plant growth so you can use it whenever you want.

Use it to grow all your favorite plants and take your outdoor growing to its fullest potential.

Great for VEGANS as well!


INGREDIENTS


High Quality Premium Biochar ...The ONLY THING that can add the Long Lasting Structure your soil is missing.

 

What's Biochar?

Biochar is kinda like having a plant nutrient magnet in your soil so you don't need to worry about fertilizing all the time.

And it Doesn't Fall Apart When Wet ...which means you can eliminate soil compaction and help your plant roots breathe.

Biochar is Highly Porous ...soil microbes love it! They build their homes in it. Always a good thing. :-)

Biochar Protects Against Drought ...EVEN WHEN it's really hot and dry outside. (No more pan-crusty soil in your yard.)

Biochar Slowly Releases Nutrients Back Into Your Soil ...another game changer for sure because now your plants can always access the nutrients they need when they’re hungry.

Biochar Lasts For One Million Years. No Joke. You can use it ONCE and instantly create the lasting, low-maintenance soil you've probably wanted for a long time without having to replenish it every year.

COVERAGE

Each bucket provides about 500 square feet (50lbs / 1000sqft) of
blanket coverage ...that means you dump out the entire contents of
the bucket on the area you want to treat and rake it all in to the
first 3-6 inches of soil.

You can also use the "one handful per plant" rule of thumb ...which
would enable you to treat dozens (or hundreds) of in-ground plants
at a time depending on their size.