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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by BRANDMEL, Mar 11, 2007.
I've used this on organic crops, Anyone using it on turf??
It's like buying gold $10/gallon
Sorry, Here's the link http://www.westbridge.com/eng/organic/Labels/PGR/OBL14.pdf
looks like straight urea type product. quick green up, but is this really a good "organic" product? i don't even really see how it is labeled organic.
doesn't seem like it would improve soil structure or feed soil life or roots? maybe i'm missing something on that label.
I assume this is why it is considered organic.
Organic BioLink 14-0-0 is a concentrated
fermented extract of microbial decomposed plant
and animal wastes. The product provides 14%
percent nitrogen that is readily available to the plant
Is this the product Dr. Bill (Bluefin) is consulting for?
I don't think I would use it on a customer's lawn - from its label: "Organic BioLink is not recommended for foliar use."
The N is listed as mostly from urea - ...hmmm - produced from natural gas, a petroleum product, which comes from millions of years of plants decomposing. Sounds organic to me - guess it does contain Carbon, right?
Sounds like TGCL's organic program!