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Blood Meal
(25 Lb)

Brand: Boer Commodities    Item Number: F100

$34.99

In Stock! Ships from Northern CA.

$34.99

In Stock! Ships from Northern CA.

Description

Kiln-dried bloodmeal is a rendering industry by-product and has been used for many years by organic growers as a natural, mid-release source of 14% N plus trace minerals.

  • Use 1000-2000 lb/acre or 5-10 lb/100 sq ft, prior to planting, or side-dress.
  • Derived from beef blood
  • Good for heavy feeding plants

Characteristics

Fertilizer Type Powdered/Granulated Major Nutrients Over 4% Nitrogen, Trace Minerals
Organic Certifier CDFA Organic Status Approved for Use in Certified Organic Agriculture
Nutrient Release Rate Short-term (1-4 Months) Use as Foliar No
Animal-Based Yes
Fertilizer Type Powdered/Granulated
Major Nutrients Over 4% Nitrogen, Trace Minerals
Organic Certifier CDFA
Organic Status Approved for Use in Certified Organic Agriculture
Nutrient Release Rate Short-term (1-4 Months)
Use as Foliar No
Animal-Based Yes

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Up to 2 may be combined in a single package, but cannot be combined with other items.

Shipping Weight: 28.00 lbs. Dimensions: 16"L x 16"W x 6"H

Reviews

Lots of Bang for your Buck

This is a great, organic, nitrogen supplement. I use this with the foothill fertilizer without nitrogen and it works wonders. This size is a great value.

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Astonishing results

I have used a lot of organic fertilizers over the years but have never used blood meal until this last spring. I did a layered no till garden in a potato patch and also in my tomatoes and zucchini garden and was amazed at the results. I have never had such an abundant crop of good sized potatoes and my zucchini plants are gorgeous. I am sold on blood meal as a fertilizer and will use it again in future gardens.

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