Commonly known as wild flax, Camelina Meal is what’s left over after the seed is cold-pressed for oil. This superb natural fertilizer has good moisture holding capacity and is rich in nitrogen (6%), phosphorus, potassium, plus many trace minerals. Best of all, it’s grown right here in Bozeman, Montana.
• Slow release — feeds plants over time!
• Very absorptive — holds up to 10X its weight in water!
• Will NOT burn plants
• A strong source of nitrogen derived from plants
• Encourages beneficial organisms — earthworms love it!
Available in 5-lb bags.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Gardens: Apply 5 to 10 lbs per 100 square feet and thoroughly mix into soil. To feed established plants, side dress 1-2 oz, depending on plant size.
Containers: Add 1-2 Tbsp per gallon of soil or soilless media and mix thoroughly or add 5 lbs per cubic yard.
Established Plants: Side dress with one cup for every 10 square feet of growing area, or work one cup for every inch of trunk diameter into the soil within the drip line.