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A wonderful source of Phosphorus and Calcium for all flowering plants, trees and ornamentals, Bone Meal is also recognized as the ideal organic fertilizer when planting bulbs to promote strong root development and enhance early season growth. Bone Meal is one of the indispensable soil amendments all organic gardeners should have on hand.
Bulbs: Add 1 tablespoon per hole for average size bulbs, more for larger varieties. Mix thoroughly into soil and water in well.
Vegetable Gardens: Apply 6 lbs per 11 square feet and thoroughly mix into the top 3" of garden soil. For transplants, add 1-2 tablespoons per hole, mix thoroughly into soil and water in well.
Outdoor containers: For new planting, mix 1/2 cup per cubic foot of soil and mix thoroughly. For established plants, mix 1-2 tablespoons per gallon of soil.
Trees and Shrubs: Spread 1 lb per 2" trunk diameter around the base outwards to the drip line, mix into soil surface and water in well.
Total Nitrogen (N)
|Available Phosphate (P2O5)||15.0%|
What is "N-P or K"?-
Nitrogen (N) - Nitrogen is necessary for lush, green, leafy growth. An excess, however, will promote vegetative growth at the expense of the fruit or flowers. Nitrogen is generally applied at higher concentrations in early growth stages.
Phosphorus (P) - Phosphorus will promote big, bright bloom and enhanced fruit production. Phosphorus is essential for fruiting, flowering, strong root growth and quality seed development.
Potassium (K) - Potassium, or potash, helps produce strong sturdy plants and quality fruit. Potassium naturally increases a plants resistance to all types of stress and is vital for cell growth and carbohydrate metabolism.
Down To Earth has been supplying premium quality natural and organic fertilizers and soil amendments to gardeners, farmers and manufactures for over 30 years. Down To Earth offers a complete selection of all natural products for your home and garden. Compostable packaging printed on 100% recycled (85% post consumer) box board with vegetable-based inks.