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Break Down - Organic Residue Accelerator | Earthlife

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Break Down Plants Faster

Earthlife Break Down is a easy-to-use enzyme-based organic ferment that serves as the catalyst for initiating and expediting the decomposition of organic residue while replenishing vital nutrients back into the soil.

Where and When to Use Break Down

For optimal results, apply Earthlife Break Down every 3 to 4 weeks, or as needed, in various gardening scenarios:

  • Gardens: Enhance the soil biology and create a thriving environment for plants by applying Break Down to garden areas, whether it's the soil or mulch.
  • Lawns: Utilize Break Down to efficiently degrade thatch and lawn clippings, ensuring a healthier, more vibrant lawn.
  • Pathways: Combat leaf litter and organic material on pathways and gravel driveways by spraying Break Down. It also aids in completing the weed breakdown cycle following herbicide use.
  • Compost: Boost your composting process by incorporating Break Down. It jumpstarts and accelerates the decomposition of various organic materials, including vegetable scraps, lawn clippings, leaves, twigs, and small branches.
  • Septic Systems and Compost Toilets: Break Down proves valuable in these systems, contributing to efficient waste breakdown.

Application Rate

To create the Break Down solution, mix 50mL of Break Down with 1L of water and apply to the desired area until it's adequately moistened, covering approximately 20 square meters (20m²).

Other Information

  • Earthlife Break Down is effective in all weather conditions, ensuring consistent results.
  • It poses no harm to living plants, making it safe for use around children and pets.
  • In line with eco-conscious values, it proudly carries the vegan-friendly label.
  • To optimize its performance, consider using Earthlife Break Down in conjunction with other Earthlife garden products.

Caution: It's important to note that the use of this product may create an environment less conducive to seed germination viability.