pkup is an environmentally friendly, renewable, phosphate fertiliser (23% P2O5) with a valuable calcium content (20% CaO).

In addition, pkup typically contains: Sulphur (7% SO3), Potassium 3% K2O), Sodium (3% Na2O),and Magnesium (2% MgO).

It is a safe, pathogen free, environmentally friendly and agronomically effective fertiliser containing useful plant nutrients for British Agriculture.

Its use on British soils directly replaces environmentally costly imported phosphates and potash.

pkup provides Phosphate (P2O5) in both immediately available and long lasting forms, providing the plant nutrient throughout the growing season - helping to replenish soil fertility.

pkup contains Calcium and Sulphur, so helps maintain pH & soil structure and maximises the uptake of Nitrogen and hence protein synthesis. Sodium will improve the palatability of grass an help maintain healthy pastures.

Quality Consistent fuel source and continuous sampling means the physical quality and nutrient analysis of the product vary very little.

The natural fuel is sourced from within the UK and is derived from British agriculture and is closely monitored for chemical composition and traceability.

The incineration process takes the biomass to a minimum of 850oC for 2 seconds and is WID compliant so ensures no pathogens or proteins remain.
By creating a consistent quality ash product it makes it easier to spread accurately.
The sellers of pkup, John Hatcher & Co Ltd are regulated under the UK FIAS regulations and are also ISO9001 compliant.
All deliveries of pkup are supported by an appropriate statutory statement.

pkup is competitively priced with similar phosphate products across the UK and offers an alternative environmentally sound and reliable phosphate from renewable British sources.
It is the responsibility of the user to read and understand the Material Safety Data Sheet, to ensure that the product is fit for purpose, and to apply the product in accordance with the DEFRA Code of Good Agricultural Practice. Copies can be obtained from this website below

Material Safety Data Sheet for pkup
Organic status of pkup
Although derived from totally organic origin, pkup has not been given organic status. It cannot be used in organic systems.