Friday, 16 August 2019

Neudorff Organic Tomato Feed

Is a brand name that has been seen in the UK by gardeners since 2012, the company is in fact have been specialising in the development and production of natural gardening products for the garden, home and environment for more than 150 years. 

Their guiding principle is to combine a high degree of efficacy with the best possible degree of compatibility with people, animals and the environment.

No other range in the world can compare with the natural garden products that Neudorff  offer. They have been pioneering their ‘natural, safe, effective’ message in Germany for decades and natural products mean more to them than simply being the result of a "market trend". To Neudorff, it embodies a living belief of treating nature with respect and not taking the environment for granted.

Neudorff products are now beginning to be seen on supermarket shelf's as well as garden centres and of course from many sources on the internet.

Following the Garden Press event last year the nice people from their marketing department sent me a number of their products to play with and as my tomatoes are now in flower and some in the production of fruit I decided to rather use diluted comfrey extract from my two comfrey pipes on the allotment to give the Neudorff Organic Tomato Feed a go as it's truly organic and provides NPK of 3-1-5. 

The yellow cap is in fact a measuring container with graduations for 5,10,15 and 20ml, and on the back of the bottle the Feeding recommendations is to feed once per week using 10ml/L water. So it's easy to measure out and you never loose the measuring cup as long as you put the lid back on 

Thus this Litre bottle of feed will make up to 100 Litres of Tomato feed, so that's me sorted for some time. 

Now what's the cost ?

A very good question, the Neudorff Web site gives no indication as to what the RRP of their products should be, so let the buyer beware! 

A quick Google search provided these results 

So dearest found today £11.87 and the cheapest £4.25 which is a huge difference so as all gardeners know, it pays to shop around. 

If you want to find a local stockist you can go to Neudorff Stockist Web Site Page  and put in your post code and find out where you can buy their products locally.

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