Frequently Asked Questions

Why does the product look moist?

Our product contains less than 35% moisture to ensure growth of enzymes and bacteria

Do you cater to bulk orders?

Yes, we can arrange for bulk orders. Simply contact us at 03-7848-4698 (Rizal Adnan)

Does your product work with cash crops?

Yes, we conducted extensive research on our product's effectiveness on cash crops. You may look at our testimonials for further information

Are your products organically sourced?

Yes, our products are organically sourced and derived mostly from empty fruit bunches from oil palm.

What properties should I be aware of when purchasing organic fertiliser?

The NPK ratio, moisture content, and C/N ratio.

What are the main ingredients of your organic fertiliser?

We use Empty Fruit Bunches (EFB) as our main ingredient. One of the benefits of the EFB is that it contains naturally organic nutrients namely Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium.

Why do other brands have higher NPK values than Flemington's?

Flemington's uses 100% organic matter. The ratio for organic matter is 2:1:3 or has an aggregate of approximately 6.5. If the ratio is higher than this, it is likely that the product has been fortified with inorganic matter.

Why does your product have white spots?

The white spots do not have any detrimental effect to the plant. On the contrary, it contains active microbes that are beneficial to the plant.

What are the benefits of Mycorrhizae?

Mycorrhizae enhances your plant growth by increasing your root biomass and improve the water and nutrient uptake efficiency.

What are the benefits of Trichoderma sp.?

Trichoderma will protect your plant from root diseases by preventing the growth of antagonistic plant root fungus ie. Ganoderma.

What is the application rate for the product?

Land preparation: 1:1 (organic fertiliser:soil) i.e. 1 part organic fertiliser to 1 part soil. Potting media: 2:1:1 (organic fertiliser:soil:sand). Planted: Circle within the canopy of the plant, but do not apply too close to the stem/trunk. Ensure that the fertiliser is spread thinly.