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Bat Guano

Bat Guano

All Natural Fertilizer

Espoma Organic Bat Guano is derived from wild insect eating bats, and procured from a unique cave environment in the southwestern USA. It provides nitrogen that will help plants develop a deep green color while producing rapid growth, plus phosphorus that promotes root growth and blooms.
All Natural Fertilizer
  • All Natural & Organic.
  • Provides all major nutrients.
  • Use in Gardens & Containers.
  • Use to make compost tea.

Available in 1.25 lb. bag

Learn and grow
How to use

Trees and Shrubs: Apply ¼ cup per inch of tree trunk diameter or foot of shrub branch spread around the drip line. Water thoroughly.

Vegetables and Flowers: Apply ¼ cup per 10 square feet and water thoroughly.

Potted Plants:
New Plants: Mix 2 tablespoons per gallon of soil or ¼ cup per cubic foot.
Established Plants: Apply 1 teaspoon per 4 inches of pot diameter into the soil around the edge of the pot. Water thoroughly.
Fertilizer Tea: Use ½ to 1 cup per 5 gallons of water and allow to steep 24 – 48 hours. Strain and apply to garden soil around the plants. Use the remaining mixture to water plants or use as a foliar spray.

 

 

When to use
Where to use

Flowers, vegetables, trees and shrubs, in gardens or containers.

Benefits

Natural source of high nitrogen for organic gardening

Guaranteed Analysis
UNDERSTANDING PLANT NUTRITION

Nineteen elements are considered essential for plant growth.

READING & COMPARING PLANT FOOD LABELS

Grade, Net Weight, Guaranteed Analysis, Sources of Nutrients.

CHOOSING THE RIGHT TYPE OF PLANT FOOD

Synthetic Plant Foods & Neutral Organic Plant Foods.

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