Maxicrop

Maxicrop
The Maxicrop collection of plant feeds are designed to give you maximum yields from your fruit and vegetables and are a Hayes customer favourite.

The Maxicrop collection of plant feeds are designed to give you maximum yields from your fruit and vegetables and are a Hayes customer favourite.

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The Maxicrop collection of plant feeds are designed to give you maximum yields from your fruit and vegetables and are a Hayes customer favourite.

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Maxicrop Original Seaweed Extract - 1L

Regular price £12.99
Regular price £0.00 Sale price £12.99
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Maxicrop Original Seaweed Extract - 2.5L

Regular price £26.99
Regular price £0.00 Sale price £26.99
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Maxicrop Plus Sequestered Iron - 1L

Regular price £11.99
Regular price £0.00 Sale price £11.99
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Maxicrop Plus Complete Garden Feed - 1L

Regular price £14.99
Regular price £0.00 Sale price £14.99
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Maxicrop Plus Sequestered Iron - 500ml

Regular price £9.99
Regular price £0.00 Sale price £9.99
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Maxicrop Original Seaweed Extract - 500ml

Regular price £8.99
Regular price £0.00 Sale price £8.99
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Maxicrop Plus Complete Garden Feed - 500ml

Regular price £7.99
Regular price £0.00 Sale price £7.99
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Maxicrop Organic Tomato Natural Fertiliser

Regular price £14.99
Regular price £0.00 Sale price £14.99
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Maxicrop Moss Killer & Lawn Tonic 1 lt

Regular price £12.99
Regular price £0.00 Sale price £12.99

FAQ

Angela Slater

I don't like using a lot of chemicals so is Maxicrop suitable for a natural style of gardening?

Yes, Maxicrop uses only natural ingredients so you can be assured that you are not harming the environment.

How do I store my garden chemicals?

First of all is to store them on a high shelf well out of the reach of children and not near anything else which could be mistaken for the chemicals. They also need to be kept dry and frost free. Keeping them out of direct sunlight will also stop the packaging from fading.

Is it essential to use a dedicated fertiliser or will general purpose be just as good?

General purpose fertiliser is better than nothing but a dedicated fertiliser has been tested over several years and is proven to give you the very best results from your plants.

Does it really matter to mix the fertiliser at the correct ratio of feed to water?

Yes, this is crucial. If the feed to water ratio is too strong the feed will burn the plants roots which means it won't be able to take up water and will inevitably die.

Do I really need to feed my plants?
If you are going to the trouble of growing plants, whether fruit and vegetables or flowers it makes sense to have them achieve their maximum potential.