Boron 10% granular OMRI listed
OMRI listed for organic production. Granular powder to add boron to a broadcast fertilizer. Mix 5...
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OMRI listed for organic production. Granular powder to add boron to a broadcast fertilizer. Mix 5 Lbs. with any granular product per acre to apply .5 Lbs. (.25 ppm) boron to soil. 50# bag. Contact us for pricing on 20 or more bags, near Ohio 330-877-9356, near Wisconsin 608-489-3600
OMRI listed for certified organic production. Mined, all natural source of potash (50%) without c...
Soft Rock Phosphate (Granular) OMRI listed 50#. See below or call for bulk pricing. listed for certified organic production. A granular, natural colloidal soft phosphate that contains 20% P2O5 and 20% calcium plus minor and trace minerals. Supplies phosphorus which is needed by all plants for cell enlargement and division, photosynthesis, and respiration. Promotes early root formation and growth.
Elemental Sulfur OMRI Listed 50# bag. See below or call for bulk pricing. OMRI Listed for certified organic production. 90% sulfur for soil application. Useful in lowering soil pH. Excellent for blueberries ,rhododendrons, azaleas and other acid loving plants. Easy to spread granular form. Use according to soil test recommendations - do not over apply. Maximum use 100 lbs. per acre or ¼ lb.
AZOMITE Micro Nutrients and Minerals OMRI listed. See below or call for bulk pricing. Over 65% Silicon. OMRI listed for organic production. Created from a volcanic eruption entering seawater, capturing all of the minerals and trace elements that the sea and earth have to offer. AZOMITE is a fine powder that can be added to soil or feed to add minerals and nutrients in a safe natural dose. We recommend 4
WORM CASTINGS (1-0-0). See below or call for bulk pricing. Made in small batches to ensure that each bag is 100% microbial rich castings! A pure, all natural plant food produced by the incredible earthworm. Non burning, long lasting. Helps plant and root growth and improves aeration of soil. Use in gardens and flower beds at rate of ½ cup per plant every two months. In potting