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Seabird Guano 12-12-2.5
(55 Lb)

Fast-Acting High Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilizer

Brand: Blue Ocean    Item Number: F1924

$59.99

Backordered. ETA: 05/10/2017

$59.99

Backordered. ETA: 05/10/2017

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Description

This is a fast-acting, natural pelleted fertilizer with high levels of available nitrogen & phosphorus, and lesser amounts of potassium.

  • For Commercial Agriculture use 400-800 lbs per acre.
  • For home and garden use, use 10 lbs/1000 sq ft, or 1-2 lbs per 100 sq ft.and work into the soil.
  • For containers, use 3 tsp per 10" pot; 2 tsp per 6" pot and 1 tsp per 4" pot. Can burn plants if over applied.
  • All nutrients derived from seabird guano

Characteristics

Fertilizer Type Pelleted Major Nutrients Over 4% Nitrogen, Over 3% Phosphorus
Biological & Humus Boosts Microbial Activity Organic Certifier OMRI, CDFA
Organic Status Approved for Use in Certified Organic Agriculture Nutrient Release Rate Immediate (0-1 Months)
Use as Foliar No Animal-Based Yes
Fertilizer Type Pelleted
Major Nutrients Over 4% Nitrogen, Over 3% Phosphorus
Biological & Humus Boosts Microbial Activity
Organic Certifier OMRI, CDFA
Organic Status Approved for Use in Certified Organic Agriculture
Nutrient Release Rate Immediate (0-1 Months)
Use as Foliar No
Animal-Based Yes

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Shipping Information

Does not qualify for Flat Rate Shipping. Cannot be combined with other items in a package, due either to its size or manufacturer packaging.

Shipping Weight: 60.00 lbs. Dimensions: 26"L x 15"W x 5"H

Reviews

Use with Cranberries

Excellent response of cranberries to 12-12-2.5 Seabird Guano. By contrast DeMoranville, UM Experimental Station found hydrolyzed fish the best organic fertilizer she tested. The Seabird Guano results in better growth and fruiting in our bog than the hydrolyzed fish. Caution, Cranberries take up the ammonial form of nitrogen, not nitrate. Most other plants take up Nitrate forms of nitrogen and then convert it to ammonial forms. So try it before going all out with it. Liquification for fertigation is a real chore.

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