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Plan "B" Organics® TLB™: Teak Leaves Blend™

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Plan "B" Organics™ Teak Leaves

PLAN “B” ORGANICS®

Our TLB™: Teak Leaves Blend™ is derived from a blend of Indonesian tropical rain forest teak leaves that are processed through all natural fermentation. These exceptional teak leaves are provided in their purest form and are fermented and dried prior to compression into bales. All natural/organic nutrients & minerals are used in the final production including the teak leaves in their purest form. Teak leaves are excellent for soil tilth and are ideal for amending all soil types. This all natural product does not contain manure or any other animal by-products. Our teak leaves can be used in gardens, landscaping, containers and raised beds, for vegetables, fruits, herbs, flowers, vines, trees and shrubs.

Directions for use in the garden and landscape:
In the garden: Add teak leaves to your garden each year in the spring or early summer, before planting. Cultivate the soil to a depth of 5” - 10”, then apply 4” of teak leaves on top and cultivate once more to mix.
Top dressing: Container Plantings: During week 2 of growing period, add 1tsp compost mixed with worm castings and/or potting soil as a top layer. During flowering period add 2 tsp mixed with worm castings and/or potting soil in weeks 2 & 5.
For Tea Mix: 1 Tbsp. per gal. weekly during growing period, 2 Tbsp. per gal. weekly during flowering period (weeks 1-6).

Use our Honey Pot™ Extractor Bag

Trees and shrubs: Mix teak leaves with soil from the hole dug for planting a tree or shrub. Use a mixture of 1/3 teak leaves to 2/3 soil. Use this mixture to fill the bottom of the hole around the rootball and water.
Mulch: In early summer, spread a 2”- 6” layer of teak leaves on the soil around plants and trees. This may help conserve water and protect against soil erosion. When spreading teak leaves around trees, start roughly 6” from the trunk outwards to beneath the branch tips. Avoid any direct contact with the trunk.
On the lawn: For new lawns: put 4” - 6” of teak leaves on the soil and cultivate to a depth of 5” - 8”. For existing lawns: Apply a thin layer up to a 1/4” of teak leaves on the lawn and water it in well. This can be done year round to improve nutrient levels while reducing watering needs.
To fill in patches: Create a mixture of 30% teak leaves and 60% top soil and spread a 2”- 4” layer over the patch. Top patch with a 1/4” thick layer of 30% teak leaves, 60% top soil, 10% grass seed and keep moist until the new seed has sprouted.

CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENT(S): 2.5% Hydrophobic Fulvic Acids, 4.5% Humic Acid (Derived from teak leaves, volcanic ore, volcanic rock dust)

Derived from: teak leaves, bat guano, volcanic rock dust, volcanic ore, earthworm castings, vermicompost

Product of Indonesia
Packaged in Indonesia for:

PLAN “B” ORGANICS®   975 SE Sandy Blvd. Portland, OR  97214

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AVAILABLE IN:

1.5 cu. ft.
42.5 Liters
2 yd tote
1530 Liters