Wool fertilizer is very versatile, it allows it to absorb around 20% of its weight in water which is easily available to plants. In addition, the fact of absorbing water also allows Granu-Laines to create good aeration of the soil. Learn more


You will easily learn how to use Granulaines and what are its advantages

This all-purpose fertilizer, 100% made with wool, will be suitable for your vegetable garden in the ground or in a container, your planters, your flowerbeds, your lawn as well as your indoor plants.

What are the advantages ?

Renewable and environmentally friendly source

In Quebec farms it occurs approximately
325 to 350 tonnes of wool per year, all this wool is available to produce natural fertilizer. The transformation process is simple and efficient since it is done with electric motors. There is no release into the environment because we use absolutely all the raw wool available. So, we are creating a circular economy with clean energy while respecting the environment.

Effectiveness throughout the summer

Wool takes around 5 months to completely decompose. As it decomposes, it releases nutrients and thus nourishes the plants throughout the season. Your plants will have splendid foliage and will give you lots of fruits, vegetables or flowers.

important source of nitrogen

Wool is made like hair, it is made of keratin. As it decomposes, it will release lots of nutrients for the plants, including a lot of nitrogen and potassium (10-0-4). It is the natural fertilizer that contains the most nitrogen on the market at the moment. Nitrogen greatly aids plant growth.

Excellent results in just one application

Since wool takes about 5 months to decompose, you will not need to reapply fertilizer during the season. Wool provides all the nutrients to plants to meet their needs throughout the season. We can start to see its effectiveness in the first 15 days following its application and throughout the summer.