A high nitrogen organic fertilizer! Dr. Earth Bat Guano was sourced to meet the highest standard of fertility needs for flowers, vegetables, trees and shrubs. An immediate source of organic nitrogen (10%), and infused with seven strains of beneficial soil microbes, it stimulates growth in ALL types of plants.
• 100% NATURAL & ORGANIC
• An excellent source of fast acting nitrogen
• Contains Dr. Earth Superactive soil and seed inoculant
• Promotes vegetative growth of ALL types of plants
• Can be used as a fertilizer tea for foliar applications
• SAFE for use around people and pets
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Vegetables, Annuals, Perennials & Bedding Plants
New Plantings: During bed preparation, mix in with your soil amendment, 1/4 cup Bat Guano per 10 square feet, or 1-1/4 cup for every 50 feet of planting row. Till the soil to a depth of 4 to 8 inches and water well.
Established Plants: Side dress anytime during the growing season. Use 1/4 cup for every 10 square feet of growing area or 1-1/4 cups for every 50 lineal feet of row. Work into the soil gently and water well.
New Plantings: Mix 1 Tbsp per gallon of potting soil, or add 1/4 cup per 1/2 cubic foot (approx. 5 gallons) of potting soil. Mix the soil thoroughly and water well.
Established Plants: Sprinkle 1 Tbsp for a 6″ container, or 4 Tbsp for a 12″ container. Scratch into the soil gently, and cover with a thin layer of organic mulch when possible. Water thoroughly.
Trees & Shrubs
New Plantings: Add 1/4 cup per 1/2 cubic foot (approx. 5 gallons) of soil that will be added to the planting hole. Once planting is completed, water thoroughly.
Established Plants: Use 1/4 cup for every inch of trunk diameter (measured at 4″- 6″ above the soil line). Work into the soil gently, use inside of the drip line. Water thoroughly. Apply every 2 months throughout the growing season.
Fertilizer Tea, Foliar Feeding and Deep Root Feeding
For a rich liquid mixture, use 1 cup for every 5 gallons of water. Let the solution set for 24 hours. Strain well and mulch all the solids around the root zone. The liquid portion (tea) can be applied at 1 to 2 cups per plant, or 2 to 4 cups for larger plants. Use full strength to foliar feed and deep root feeding of all plants.