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Fertiliser Pellets

Fertiliser pellets are made from a variety of materials, including natural and synthetic compounds.  They are available in a range of formulations to suit different types of plants and growing conditions.

One of the key benefits of using fertiliser pellets is their slow-release formula. Unlike liquid fertilisers that release their nutrients quickly, fertiliser pellets dissolve slowly over time, providing a steady and sustained supply of nutrients to plants. This slow-release formula not only reduces the risk of over-fertilising, but it also ensures that plants receive the nutrients they need over a longer period of time.

Key benefits of fertiliser pellets

As well as their slow-release formula, another benefit of fertiliser pellets is their ease of use. Simply sprinkle the pellets over the soil, and let them do their work. The fertiliser pellets will gradually dissolve and release their nutrients into the soil, where they can be absorbed by the roots of the plants. 

In addition to their slow-release formula and ease of use, fertiliser pellets also come in a range of formulations to suit different types of plants and growing conditions. For example, some pellets are designed for use with specific types of plants, such as vegetables or flowers, while others are formulated for use in specific soil types, such as sandy or clay soils.

Fertiliser pellets can be used for a variety of plants

Who should use fertiliser pellets?

Fertiliser pellets are suitable for keen gardeners and professional horticulturists alike. Fertiliser pellets are a convenient and effective way to provide plants with the nutrients they need to grow strong and healthy.  Their slow release formula makes fertiliser pellets a great choice for busy gardeners who want to ensure that their plants receive the nutrients they need without having to spend a lot of time and effort applying fertiliser.


Whether you're an experienced gardener or just starting out, fertiliser pellets are a great choice for promoting healthy growth and ensuring a bountiful harvest.

Fertiliser pellets are ideal for commercial growers

Fertiliser Pelleting Trials

We can provide product analysis and testing services to establish whether your waste/by-product is suitable for fertiliser pelleting.  We support research and development into fertiliser pellets.  We have experience in pelleting a diverse array of products.  


  • We usually need up to 200kg of the waste material (depending on material)

  • We can dry a product to the correct level of moisture content which is approximately 10-15%

  • We cut the product to the size required which is sub 5mm before pelleting

  • We will trial various dies to find the best compression for the desired result for the product.  ( Hard/ soft pellets) 

  • We can send the product for testing if required

Fertiliser pellets are a gardeners best friend

Fertiliser Contract Pelleting

We can help you find a fertiliser pelleting solution to suit your needs. We have a dedicated pellet line to offer production for bigger feasibility studies, end product testing and market trials.​   We provide a full product analysis and testing service to ensure your fertiliser pellets are produced to the best standards.

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