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Which Works Best for my Garden – Liquid Fertiliser or Dry Pellets?

To keep your garden looking healthy it’s important to add fertiliser to the soil every three to four weeks. Plants need to be fed vital nutrients to thrive well, produce fruit and propel growth. It’s also necessary to condition the soil of your garden and enhance the resistance of the plants, strengthening their roots and […]

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Charlie Carp Fishworks FOR GARDENS

This month we have launched our first pelletised slow release fertiliser into the retail market (exclusive to Bunnings), Fishworks FOR GARDENS. Fishworks FOR GARDENS is a general purpose slow release fertiliser with NO ODOUR. It is made from European Carp and other natural plant organic waste. We have been producing a dry pellet product for […]

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Organic Fertiliser

The Pros and Cons of Using Organic Fertiliser

The most natural and environmentally friendly form of fertiliser is known as organic fertiliser. Organic fertilisers are made up of either animal or vegetable matter and contain no artificial or synthetic materials. With organic fertilisers comes a range of great benefits that are sure to make not only you but also your garden smile. Although […]

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Canola: Grown on Charlie Carp

A farmer in Deniliquin has sent us these photos of his Canola Crop after spraying with Charlie Carp All Purpose. Another example of the fantastic results that can be achieved with a Carp based fertiliser. The oils and macro and micro nutrients contained within Charlie Carp are extremely beneficial. Not an ordinary fertiliser. […]

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In the Media: Charlie Carp Breathes Life Into Crops

We have recently been seen in the news over at Murray Now An innovative liquid fertiliser produced in Deniliquin and well known to home gardeners is now proving successful in the commercial sector. Charlie Carp is made from European carp removed from rivers, lakes and waterways and has been trialled on commercial properties over the […]

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Charlie Carp arrives in Deniliquin

In buckets……this load = 4 tonne. Another successful load of European Carp have been taken out of the Rivers of the Murray Darling basin….cleaning up the waterways some more. One million eggs in each Carp….. this capture saved our waterways from a whole heap of destruction. […]

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