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Alfalfa Meal: 2.5% N, 1% P, 1.5% K
Alfalfa Meal: 2.5% N, 1% P, 1.5% K

2.5% n, 1% p, 1.5% k Moderate Probably the most common organic fertilizer in use in the western world, cow manure is comparable to good compost in nutrient value and uptake.

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Bat Guano: 8% N, 6% P, 1% K
Bat Guano: 8% N, 6% P, 1% K

BAT GUANO: 8% N, 6% P, 1% K Moderate to immediate The most common source of guano, bat guano is relatively fast in uptake and so is often used between crop rotations (mid-summer harvest / replant) or in late spring just before planting. Bird guano has higher nutrition numbers, but sea bird guano is only available in a few parts of the world.

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Fish Emulsion: 9% N, 0% P, 0% K
Fish Emulsion: 9% N, 0% P, 0% K

Fish emulsion: 9% N, 0% P, 0% K Immediate This is a great additive when nitrogen levels are low and leafy plants need a good boost. It is slightly acidic, so some plants may not tolerate it as well as others. Cotton seed meal: 6% N, 3% P, 1% K Slow A common fertilizer in areas where cotton is grown, this is a favored year-end, pre-winter mix.

Cotton Seed Meal
Cotton Seed Meal

9% N, 0% P, 0% K Immediate This is a great additive when nitrogen levels are low and leafy plants need a good boost. It is slightly acidic, so some plants may not tolerate it as well as others. COTTON SEED MEAL: 6% N, 3% P, 1% K Slow A common fertilizer in areas where cotton is grown, this is a favored year-end, pre-winter mix.

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Corn Gluten Meal
Corn Gluten Meal

CORN GLUTEN MEAL: 0.5% N, 0.5% P, 1% K Slow Another common late-season, winter preparation additive, corn gluten is a good soil stabilizer for winter. SEAWEED: 1% N, 2% P, 5% K Fast Also a great source for zinc and iron, seaweed is one of the most beneficial organic fertilizers that is freely available on the coasts.

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Seaweed:
Seaweed:

Liquid seaweed fertilizer is used by many of the English and Scottish Football Premiership Grounds, as well as numerous UK Championship Golf Courses. In fact the high number of quality top sporting venues that use liquid seaweed extract as a fertilizer prove that it is extremely effective as a plant food.

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Cow Manure:
Cow Manure:

Cow Manure. While it is generally more sloppy and difficult to handle than horse manure when fresh, cow manure can be composted into a relatively nutrient-rich material. Many farms sell or give gardeners cow manure that has been composting for six months or more. It tends to contain fewer seeds and fibers than horse manure.

Chicken Manure (Poultry):
Chicken Manure (Poultry):

The use of Poultry manure fertilizer is becoming a common practice (especially Chicken manure as fertilizer) with many farmers throughout the world as this matter content has in store various nutritional elements for various fields or crops.

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