Feather Meal is a great source of nitrogen. Ideal for corn, leafy greens, trees, shrubs and many
vegetables. Dried Feather Meal is a dependable, relatively inexpensive source of nitrogen. Great for
plants that are heavy nitrogen feeders.
Derived from ground feathers
High N 12% that is slowly released (6-9 months or longer in soils with low biological activity).
Use on plants that like a slow release of N including corn, leafy greens, trees, shrubs, and many other vegetables.
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