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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by zimm4, Nov 23, 2003.
Harmony products makes good organic blend . it has a chicken based fert.www.harmonyproducts.com
doster's L & L
harmony products are good, so are espoma
I get a company to blend for me or use one of their custum blends
16-4-8, 50% organic
6-12-12 50% organic
I like to apply 3lbs of n; .25 lbs of p2o5; and 2.25lbs of k, to maintain turf, will apply more nutrients to correct soil defiecies. this maintatence rate is assuming clipping are being returned
Using corn meal, alfafa meal, ect, that aren't labeled for turf, I DON'T BELIEVE the label states the % n,p, k, and etc!!!!!!
Guess I want to know how much fert I'm applying!!!!!!! Natural organic or sythetic!!!!!!!
I try to completely use sulfate of potash, not pot. chloride high in salt index range
Again, all you wanted to know, how do I blend the fert!
I have blended some my self for a special job, lot of work, want more info, email me
Hey tim what do you think of harmony 14-3-6 1iron at 5lbs/ 1000 for a round 6.
I am interested about custom blended, I wounder if you help me.
my E-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org, any help will be appreciate
give me details of your program
product, type of n and k, % slow release, rate applied ( lbs per 1000) dates applied
include all applications
If it helps any, here's a link to a site that lists the NPK of various organic materials.
In my area, any organic fertilizers you get premixed costs 6x more than the raw ingredients bought retail at a feed store.
where is the link?