Bardee's range of nutrient-rich organic fertilisers are formulated with black soldier fly frass and ingredients to maximise plant growth, improve soil microbial diversity, and activate natural plant defences to pests
Black Soldier Fly Frass fertilisers are a powerful tool for plant nutrition. Bardee's fertilisers are alive with 240 million colony-forming microbes per gram, are naturally high in chitin and packed with trace elements, to help you build healthy, well-structured soil in any environment.
Builds healthy, resilient, bio-diverse soil with 240 million living microbes per gram.
Prevents root rot, protects against pathogenic fungi & nematodes and activates plant defenses against insect attack through high levels of natural chitin.
Improves soil structure and accelerates plant growth with a balance of fast and slow-release nutrients, calcium and 10+ trace elements.
170% moisture holding capacity, and high in organic matter to enhance water penetration, maximise nutrient uptake and increase watering efficiency.
Neutral pH, low in salt and high in humic acid for all soil types, including clay.
Every tonne of Bardee fertiliser offsets 5 tonnes of CO2 emissions.
Suitable for use on all soil types, and used by professional and home gardeners to grow stronger, healthier plants.
Suitable for use on organic, traditional and combination farms, for pest-resistant, carbon neutral crops.
Suitable for both organic and traditional vineyards to reduce carbon footprint and grow healthier, more resilient vines.
Suitable for use on greens, sports ovals, school grounds, racetracks and lawns and high footfall zones.
Bardee has developed a world-leading vertical farming system to turn food waste into a perfect feed for black soldier fly larvae. The frass or castings, are an all-natural, certified organic fertiliser, high in chitin, and alive with 240 million microbes per gram.
70% of food wastage occurs before we see food on our plate, and most usually ends up in landfill. When food goes to landfill and rots, it produces methane— a greenhouse gas 30x more potent than carbon dioxide.