Pro-Pell-It! Feather Meal 12-0-0 is one of the most economical sources of nitrogen available to organic growers. Low in water-soluble nitrogen, Feather Meal provides a slower release of nitrogen over a longer period of time. This trait makes it ideal for incorporation during the spring as it will provide a baseline source of nitrogen for all your plants. Feather Meal should be supplemented with other phosphorus and potassium fertilizers during incorporation. Heavy feeding plants may need a kick of nitrogen from a quicker-acting source, such as blood meal, if nitrogen deficiencies begin to occur.
Plants mostly rely on fertilizers containing all the necessary micronutrients for successful development and maturity.
One fertilizer that has grown in popularity primarily due to its numerous benefits to plants is Feather Meal 12-0-0.
Impact on the Environment
Organic Feather Meal 12-0-0 is a composition of micronutrients geared towards healthy plant growth, guaranteeing a bumper harvest at the end of the season.
This organic fertilizer is produced by manufacturers that are mindful to the environment as the product is eco-friendly.
The fertilizer is also free of the heavy metals that can wash down and pollute natural water resources or contaminate plants consumed by animals or humans.
Heavy metals - including lead, mercury, and iron - when consumed in large quantities, affect the general health of individuals or animals.
But you won't have this worry when applying our organic Feather Meal 12-0-0 to your home garden.
Feather Meal 12-0-0 is developed with every consideration in mind, from the environmental impact to the cost implications and the ultimate goal - an excellent yield during harvesting!
Some of the incredible benefits of this fertilizer include:
Those looking for the most appropriate, proven results and cost friendly fertilizer should consider Feather Meal 12-0-0.
Light Application: 7 Pounds per 1000 sq. ft. or 1/4 cup per plant.
Normal Application: 12 Pounds per 1000 sq. ft. or 1/3 cup per plant.
Heavy Application: 25 Pounds per 1000 sq. ft. or 1/2 cup per plant.