Alfalfa Meal Organic Alfalfa Meal Organic
Alfalfa Meal Organic
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 76 ratings
from $39.60
Alfalfa Meal: Nature's Legendary Soil Enhancer 🌱✨ Alfalfa Meal is a 100% natural fertilizer crafted from finely ground alfalfa plants. Perfect for rejuvenating tired soils, it's a top choice as a soil amendment. Plus, it's a fantastic accelerant for compost piles, giving them the kick they need! 🌿🔄Note: We prioritize packing by weight, so volume may vary.Each cup of Alfalfa weighs approximately 5 ounces.Why Alfalfa Meal? 🤔- Organic Goodness: A plant-based fertilizer that revives and fortifies soil.- Restore & Replenish: Over time, seasonal planting can exhaust your garden. Alfalfa Meal returns those vital sugars, starches, and proteins, ensuring your plants remain vibrant and robust. 🌼🌟Packed with Nutrients 🌟:- Vitamins: Carotene, Vitamin A, Choline, Vitamin B, Vitamin E, Niacin, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, and Folic Acid.- Minerals: Potassium, Magnesium, Selenium, Sulphur, Manganese, and Iron.- Extras: 16 Amino Acids and Triacontanol (a natural growth hormone).How It Works 🌱➡️🌼:Alfalfa Meal is a microbial powerhouse! It employs micro bacteria to produce heat, accelerating mineral decomposition. This makes nutrients more accessible to plants. It's a gentler alternative to other organic fertilizers, ensuring even delicate plants thrive. Its rapid decomposition and heat generation also make it an excellent compost accelerant. Whether for fertilization or composting, Alfalfa Meal promises bountiful yields and enhanced garden fertility.A Glimpse into Alfalfa's History 📜:Originating in Iran during the Bronze Age, Alfalfa was a staple for feeding horses. Its cultivation spread globally, reaching the US in the mid-1800s. Today, it's a crucial feed for cattle worldwide, enriching soils wherever it grows.Usage Instructions 📝:- Potting Soil: 1/4 - 1/2 Cup Per Cubic Foot.- Light Application: 12 lbs/1,000 sq. ft, 1/4 cup/plant, or 1 lb/20 ft row.- Normal Application: 25 lbs/1,000 sq. ft, 1/3 cup/plant, or 2 lb/20 ft row.- Heavy Application: 50 lbs/1,000 sq. ft, 1/2 cup/plant, or 3 lb/20 ft row.Bonus Recipe: Alfalfa & Kelp Nutrient Tea 🍵:- Fill a 5-gallon bucket with water.- Add 1-2 cups Alfalfa Meal, 2 tbsp Kelp Meal, and 2 tbsp Molasses.- Bubble for 12-24 hours, strain, and serve.- This nutrient-packed tea is perfect for a weekly vegetative growth boost! 🌱💪Choose Alfalfa Meal for a flourishing, nutrient-rich garden! 🌸🌿🌼  
Amino-Cal Boost Amino-Cal Boost
Amino-Cal Boost
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 9 reviews
from $20.00
🌱 Amino-Cal Boost 🌱 Introducing Amino-Cal Boost! Filled with 💚 Non-GMO Soy Amino Powder and 🌪 highly micronized specialty Gypsum. It's nature's trick to ensure your plants get that 11% Calcium with the Amino touch, making absorption swift and efficient! 🚀 🔍 Did you know? Calcium is the 🌟 superstar mineral in the soil. So, whether you're a gardening newbie or a seasoned pro, we recommend keeping a bag of Amino-Cal Boost close by. 🌼 NPK content of 7-0-0 and 11% Ca 📜 Directions For Use 📜 🌿 In Veg: Use 1 ounce per gallon of water. Perfect for both foliar or drench. 🚿 🌺 For Flowering Plants: Go with 1/2 ounce per gallon of water. Simple and effective! 🚿 🔥 Key Features & Benefits 🔥 🔹 HIGHLY SOLUBLE: Boost those nutrient levels in a jiffy! ⚡ 🔹 READILY AVAILABLE: A water-soluble mix of nitrogen and calcium that plants will love and immediately take in. 🌱 + 💧 = 💪 🔹 APPLIED FOLIAR OR FERTIGATE: Direct goodness for your plants at crucial moments. 🌷💦 🔹 CONTAINS AMINO ACIDS: With a high carbon/nitrogen ratio, these amino acids are here to feed both the plant and the tiny micro-organisms! 🐜🌿 🔹 NON-GMO SOY PROTEIN: All-natural soy protein ensures it's organic-approved and kind to Mother Nature. 🌍💚 Get your hands on Amino-Cal Boost today and let your plants experience the difference! 🌱💚🎉
BuildASoil Complete Soil Building Kit - Coot Approved BuildASoil Complete Soil Building Kit - Coot Approved
BuildASoil Complete Soil Building Kit - Coot Approved
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 196 ratings
from $71.50
The Official Clackamas Coots Complete Soil Building Kit Coots Nutrients and Coots Minerals BEWARE of other Coots Mixes that don't reveal the source of ingredients or the amounts in the kit. Many people can make a "Coot Kit" but we are the Original and are approved by Clackamas Coot himself. 10% of the Retail Price goes directly to Clackamas Coot for his support. ---->>>This kit includes the proper amounts of nutrients and minerals to Build Soil from scratch using standard size Sphagnum Peatmoss Bales. Selecting the Right Nutrient Kit: 2.2 CF Bale Kit Mix into a 2.2 CF Bale of Peat Moss plus 3 Cubic Feet of Compost and 3 Cubic Feet of Aeration. 3.0 CF Bale Kit Mix into a 3.0 CF Bale of Peat Moss plus 4.67 Cubic feet of Compost and 4.67 Cubic feet of Aeration. (Most people will round up or down to the nearest Cubic Foot) 3.8 CF Bale KitMix into 3.8 CF Bale of Peat Moss plus 6 Cubic Feet of Compost and 6 Cubic Feet of Aeration. Mix and then let sit for 1-2 weeks before planting. Useful Info Building your own soil? This is our preferred method... This Recipe is inspired by and credited to Mr. "ClackamasCoots" aka "LumperDawgz" I have always wanted to offer a nutrient kit in the style of ClackamasCoots. This nutrient kit is proven. It works because it is such a simple and affordable starting point to base your soil from. Use this kit and our free DIY nutrient E-Book and you will have healthy soil and healthy plants. (CC is by no way connected to this Nutrient Kit, but it is his recipe and I have his blessing) Want to learn more about Building soil? Check out this blog article: Building Soil Article What you'll be getting in the Kit: Free Shipping Nutrients: (Use at 2.5 Cups Per cubic foot of soil or about 5-6 Tablespoon per gallon of soil) 1. Crustacean Meal - Crab and Shrimp 2. Kelp Meal - Thorvin Organic Icelandic kelp 3. Neem Cake/Karanja Cake 70/30 - West Coast Hort. Neem and Ahimsa Karanja 4. Milled Malted Barley - Premium Organic 2 Row Malted Barley Minerals: (Use at 4 Cups Per Cubic foot of soil or about 1/2 Cup per gallon of soil) 1. BuildASoil Basalt - Our Favorite Rock Dust for trace minerals. Highly paramagnetic. 2. Gypsum Dust - Calcium and Sulfur 3. Oyster Shell Flour - Calcium Carbonate - Adds available calcium and limes the Peat moss. We separate the two so that the natural moisture in the rock dust doesn't effect the raw nutrients. Dump all the material into your soil for the proper mineral and nutrient balance. What You'll Need To Get To Finish The Recipe: To finish this recipe you will need equal parts of the below, 1 Part Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss: Available in 2.2 Cubic Foot Bales, 3.0 Cubic Foot Bales and 3.8 Cubic Foot Bales at Home Depot and most gardening stores. Notice: The 2.2 Bale will fluff up to about 3.0 Cubic Feet, the 3.0 Bale will fluff up to about 4.67 Cubic Feet (Most people will round up or down to the nearest Cubic Foot) and the 3.8 Bale will fluff to about 6 Cubic Feet. 1 Part High Quality Compost or Worm Castings: Search for local compost or castings on craigslist or order some here on our website. If opting to use worm castings, we advise using only 5-15% of the 33% total compost due to the potential for sodium excess. 1 Part Aeration Amendment: Something to aerate the soil like perlite does in normal potting mix. We like to use Pumice and Rice hulls but you can use whatever is available to you including perlite, rice hulls, lava rock, pumice etc. You'll notice there isn't any High P ingredient like Soft Rock Phosphate or Fish Bone Meal and after speaking with Coot about this I realized a few things. This Kit has many ingredients that contain Phosphorous at normal levels which will not be harmful to Mycorrhizal fungi. High P amendments can have a negative effect on the soil Mycorrhizal life, for this reason Coot recommends using this recipe. Here is the Mix as written by ClackamasCoots: Equal parts of Sphagnum peat moss, some aeration deal (pumice, rice hulls, lava rock - whatever is sitting in the garage) and finally some mix of humus - my compost, worm castings some black leaf mold I bought from the local 'worm guy' To each 1 c.f. of this mix I add the following: 1/2 cup organic Neem meal 1/2 cup organic Kelp meal 1/2 cup Crab meal (or Crustacean meal when available - it has Shrimp meal with the Crab meal. It's a local product from the fisheries on the Oregon & Washington Coasts)4 cups of some minerals - rock dustAfter the plant is in the final container I top-dress with my worm castings at 2" or so and then I hit it with Aloe vera juice and Comfrey extract. Or Borage. Or Stinging Nettle. Or Horsetail ferns. Whatever is ready. That's it. Why re-invent the wheel? This proven mix is simple. If you intend on using sphagnum peat moss then this kit is perfect for you. With the low PH of peat moss this kit comes with oyster flour to add lots of calcium and also help raise the ph to proper levels. If you would like Build A Soil with another base like, Bagged Potting Soil, Pro-Mix, Sunshine Mix or even Coconut Coir then you'll want to check out our other products. Why is this Nutrient Kit So important? "A wonderful thing about a balanced, mineralized soil based on the soil's exchange capacity is that everything else becomes easier. The soil pH self-adjusts to its optimum, plant disease and insect problems largely disappear, water retention, drainage, soil texture, and rate of decay of organic matter all become self-regulating and automatic, weather permitting. The grower knows that the nutrients are in the crop because the nutrients are available in the soil. The soil life is active and healthy and helping to make these nutrients available, and the plants growing on this ideal soil have free-choice of any nutrient they want, in balance, a balance designed by intelligent science and observation." - Michael Astera How To Use Nutrients:Use at 2 Cups Per cubic foot of soil or about 4 Tablespoon per gallon of soil Minerals:Use at 4 Cups Per Cubic foot of soil or about 1/2 Cup per gallon of soil    
BuildASoil Craft Blend - Nutrient Pack BuildASoil Craft Blend - Nutrient Pack
BuildASoil Craft Blend - Nutrient Pack
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1415 ratings
from $21.00
BuildASoil Craft Blend started with a big workshop full of the best and cleanest soil amendments available. I quickly became spoiled and would use all of the BuildASoil ingredients together and in different combinations that aren't available here online. After discussing re-amending with a buddy and also Nutrient Tea Brewing he mentioned that I should combine every nutrient that we have into a fertilizer pack of the cleanest ingredients for everyone to use. We did it! FREE SHIPPING AVALABLE ON ALL CRAFT BLEND Craft Blend weighs about 8.3 Ounces per cup Ingredients all Equal by Weight: Thorvin Premium Kelp Meal Black Soldier Fly Insect Frass Alfalfa Meal BuildASoil Organic High P Bran Camelina Meal Crustacean Meal Fish Meal 3x Fish Bone Meal Soybean Meal Sul-Po-Mag (Also Known as K-Mag or Langbeinite) Organic Malted Barley Volcanic Tuff Micronized Basalt - Blue Ridge Meta Gypsum Oyster Flour Now Lower In Heavy Metals than ever before: General Test Results From Random Sample Below: Calcium 8.27 % AOAC 965.09 ICP Copper < 0.01 % AOAC 965.09 ICP Magnesium 1.29 % AOAC 965.09 ICP Zinc 0.01 % AOAC 965.09 ICP Arsenic 0.86 mg/Kg 3050B, 6010D Cadmium 1.0 mg/Kg 3050B, 6010D Cobalt 1.9 mg/Kg 3050B, 6010 Lead 3.6 mg/Kg 3050B, 6010D Mercury 2.7 mg/Kg 7471B Molybdenum 4.47 mg/Kg 3050B, 6010 Nickel 10 mg/Kg 3050B, 6010D Selenium 2.3 mg/Kg 3050B, 6010D How To Use Craft Blend weighs about 8.3 Ounces per cup ~ 1/2 pound per cup Brew All Around Balanced Nutrient Tea's for Veg - Flower (1/4 - 1 Cup Per 5 gallon Bucket of Water) Re-Amend your used Organic Soil at 2 Cups per cubic foot when mixing in.  Top Dress at 1/4 - 1 Cup Per Plant. Or at 1/2 cup per square foot in raised beds.
BuildASoil Nutrient Kit - Official ClackamasCoots Style BuildASoil Nutrient Kit - Official ClackamasCoots Style
BuildASoil Nutrient Kit - Official ClackamasCoots Style
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 64 ratings
from $33.00
BuildASoil Nutrient Kit - ClackamasCoots Style Mix Now with FREE SHIPPING! 100% OFFICIAL AUTHORIZED COOT KIT We have Clackamas Coots Blessing and 10% of income going directly to Coot. If you're looking to mix your own soil you will need a Nutrient Kit and a Mineral Kit. Save Money and Get both together in our Complete Soil Building Kit. Notice: We've separated the minerals from this kit and removed the built in shipping cost, by doing so we're able to offer the lowest price our kits have ever been. If you're looking for minerals see our Mineral Mix for Peat Moss. We separate the two so that the natural moisture in the rock dust doesn't effect the raw nutrients. This Recipe is inspired by and credited to Mr. "ClackamasCoots" aka "LumperDawgz" I have always wanted to offer a nutrient kit in the style of ClackamasCoots. This nutrient kit is proven. It works because it is such a simple and affordable starting point to base your soil from. Use this kit and our free DIY nutrient E-Book and you will have healthy soil and healthy plants. Building your own soil? This is our preferred method... Want to learn more about Building soil? Check out this blog article: Building Soil Article Nutrient Kits Include: (Use at 2.5 Cups Per cubic foot of soil or about 5-6 Tablespoon per gallon of soil) 1. Crustacean Meal - Crab and Shrimp 2. Kelp Meal - Thorvin Brand Ascophyllum Nodosum 3. Neem Cake/Karanja Cake - 70/30 Premium Organic Neem Cake Imported from India (West Coast Horticulture or Neem Resource) 4. Milled Malted Barley Organic 2 Row (Our recipe is based on 1/2 cup per cubic foot with each ingredient and Milled Malted Barley at 1 cup per cubic foot) Selecting the right Nutrient Kit: 5.33 lb Nutrient Kit (12 Cups)- Mixes into 6 Cubic Feet of Soil = $33.00 8 lb Nutrient Kit (18 Cups)- Mixes into 9 Cubic Feet of Soil (1/3 Yard) = $44.00 12 lb Nutrient Kit (28 Cups) - Mixes into 14 Cubic Feet of Soil (1/2 Yard) = $66.00 24 lb Nutrient Kit (54 Cups) - Mixes into 27 Cubic Feet of Soil (1 Yard) = $110.00 32 lb Nutrient Kit (72 Cups) - Mixes into 36 Cubic Feet of soil (1.38 Yards) = $126.50 1,200 lb Nutrient Kit - Mixes into 50 Cubic Yards of Soil = $4,400.00 What You'll Need To Get To Finish The Recipe: 1. Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss: Available in 2.0 Cubic Foot Bales and 3.8 Cubic Foot Bales at Home Depot and most gardening stores. Notice: The 2.0 Bale will fluff up to about 3.0 Cubic Feet and the 3.8 Bale will fluff to about 6 Cubic Feet. 2. High Quality Compost or Worm Castings: Search for local compost or castings on craigslist or order some here on our website. 3. Aeration Amendment: Something to aerate the soil like perlite does in normal potting mix. We like to use Pumice and Rice hulls but you can use whatever is available to you including perlite, rice hulls, lava rock, pumice etc. You'll notice there isn't any High P ingredient like Soft Rock Phosphate or Fish Bone Meal and after speaking with Coot about this I realized a few things. This Kit has many ingredients that contain Phosphorous at normal levels which will not be harmful to Mycorrhizal fungi. High P amendments can have a negative effect on the soil Mycorrhizal life, for this reason Coot recommends using this recipe. Mix and then let sit for 1-2 weeks before planting. Here is the Mix as written by ClackamasCoots: Equal parts of Sphagnum peat moss, some aeration deal (pumice, rice hulls, lava rock - whatever is sitting in the garage) and finally some mix of humus - my compost, worm castings some black leaf mold I bought from the local 'worm guy' To each 1 c.f. of this mix I add the following: 1/2 cup organic Neem meal 1/2 cup organic Kelp meal 1/2 cup Crab meal (or Crustacean meal when available - it has Shrimp meal with the Crab meal. It's a local product from the fisheries on the Oregon & Washington Coasts)4 cups of some minerals - rock dustAfter the plant is in the final container I top-dress with my worm castings at 2" or so and then I hit it with Aloe vera juice and Comfrey extract. Or Borage. Or Stinging Nettle. Or Horsetail ferns. Whatever is ready.That's it. Why re-invent the wheel? This proven mix is simple. Why is this Nutrient Kit So important? "A wonderful thing about a balanced, mineralized soil based on the soil's exchange capacity is that everything else becomes easier. The soil pH self-adjusts to its optimum, plant disease and insect problems largely disappear, water retention, drainage, soil texture, and rate of decay of organic matter all become self-regulating and automatic, weather permitting. The grower knows that the nutrients are in the crop because the nutrients are available in the soil. The soil life is active and healthy and helping to make these nutrients available, and the plants growing on this ideal soil have free-choice of any nutrient they want, in balance, a balance designed by intelligent science and observation." - Michael Astera    
Camelina Close Up Camelina Cup
Camelina Meal or Wild Flax
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 11 ratings
$30.00
Camelina Meal also known as Wild Flax is High in Nitrogen and has good moisture holding capacity. Camelina Meal is a perfect alternative for Canola Meal or Flax Seed Meal. Useful Info Full Article Camelina is an ancient oil and food crop that has gained renewed interest for its high n-3 fatty acid content and potential for biodiesel. It is adapted to various climatic conditions, has low nutrient requirements and good resistance to disease and pests. Camelina oil has an unusual fatty acid composition. Camelina has shown considerable potential in the food, animal feed (camelina seed meal and camelina's crop residue), nutraceutical, paint, dye, cosmetic and biofuel industries. Camelina oil is also used in traditional folk remedy uses to treat stomach ulcers, burns, wounds, eye inflammation, etc...(Rode, 2002). Camelina phytic acid content has been reported to decrease colon cancer risk (Matthäus, 1997). Camelina is an annual or overwintering herb, 30-60 cm high. The stems are single, usually branched above, glabrous, sometimes with a few simple and branched hairs. The leaves are alternate, sessile, lanceolate, entire or slightly toothed, 28 cm long x 20 mm wide, glabrous or sparsely hairy with primarily forked hairs. The inflorescences are elongated racemes borne on ascending pedicels. The flowers are tetramerous, light yellow or greenish-yellow in colour. The pods are leathery, pear-shaped containing many seeds. The seeds are oblong, brown, deeply grooved, 2-3 mm long (Francis et al., 2009). The seed yield is in the range 1.5–3.0 t/ha, and the oil content is between 36% and 47% (Przybylski, 2005). One hectare of camelina can yield more than 370 l oil and 1000 kg high-protein oilmeal (Enjalbert et al., 2011). Camelina oil meal is a protein source for animal feeding. It can have as much as 45% protein and only 10-11% fibre (Korsrud et al., 1978) Camelina has undergone only little research and its full agronomic and breeding potential remains unexplored (Francis et al., 2009). Both winter and spring annual genotypes exist. In northern America, winter annual camelina gives optimal yield when sown from early to mid october (Gesch et al., 2011). In Europe, spring annual camelina yields better when sown during early spring (Alter Agri, 2009). Common names Camelina, gold-of-pleasure, false flax, big-seed false flax, large-seeded false flax, Dutch flax, western false flax, wild flax (UK), German sesame, linseed dodder, camelina pilosa [English]; caméline cultivée, caméline de l’Ouest, caméline faux-lin, caméline ciliée, faux-lin, faux-lin de l’Ouest, lin bâtard, petit lin, sésame bâtard, sésame d’Allemagne [French] Species Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz [Brassicaceae] Synonyms Camelina glabrata (DC.) Fritsch ex N. W. Zinger; Camelina parodii Ibarra & La Porte, Camelina pilosa (DC.) Vassilcz., Camelina sativasubsp. pilosa (DC.) N. W. Zinger, Camelina sativa var. pilo  
Clackamas Coots Official Gnarly Barley - Artisan Sprouted Seed Blend Clackamas Coots Official Gnarly Barley - Artisan Sprouted Seed Blend
Clackamas Coots Official Gnarly Barley - Artisan Sprouted Seed Blend
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 300 ratings
from $25.00
Gnarly Barley will help you grow the best plants of your life. Problem: How to keep nutrients available to fast growing plants in living soil? Solution: Freshly ground Gnarly Barley! Gnarly Barley from BuildASoil.com is not just a soil amendment, it's a game changer for your plants. Not only does the sprouting of these specialty seeds increase nutrient availability, like it does in human health, but it also provides essential enzymes and food to the soil food web. The soil biology and nutrient flow are intricately connected, and Gnarly Barley provides the ideal balance of seed-based nutrition and enzymes to maximize your plants' growth and health. Whether you're building artisanal potting soil from scratch or top dressing throughout the organic grow cycle, Gnarly Barley is a must-have ingredient. Don't settle for mediocre results in your garden, upgrade to Gnarly Barley and watch your plants thrive! Gnarly Barley was invented by the world-famous Clackamas Coot. The original method of this tech was called SST or sprouted seed tea and involved sprouting seeds at home. However, after years of research, it's clear that Gnarly Barley is even better than sprouted seed tea. The product combines the benefits of sprouting with a convenient, pre-sprouted formula that provides seed-based nutrition and enzymes to the soil food web. Whether you're an experienced gardener or just starting out, Gnarly Barley is the solution to growing healthy, thriving plants in soil. So why settle for sprouted seed tea when you can have Gnarly Barley, the ultimate soil amendment invented by the world-famous Clackamas Coot! FREE SHIPPING ON ALL SIZES Recipe: 50% Organic Non GMO Malted Barley - 2 Row 30% Organic Non GMO Sprouted Heirloom Corn 20% Organic Non GMO Sprouted Lentil Seed NOTICE: Best used freshly ground. I like to use a Bullet style Blender but any method of grinding will increase the surface area and help the soil biology break it down fast.
Crustacean Meal Crustacean Meal
Crustacean Meal
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 90 ratings
$3,960.00
Crustacean Meal: The Ocean's 🌊 Gift to Sustainable Farming! 🍃 Nature's Marvel: Sourced from the shells of shrimp, lobster, and crabs, Crustacean Meal is rich in Chitosan, a biopolymer derived from chitin, revolutionizing sustainable agriculture.🍅 For All Plants with research from Tomatoes and Lettuce: Studies highlight its profound impact on plant health, one study was on tomato and lettuce seedlings. Tomato roots benefit from upregulated defense genes, while lettuce roots experience enhanced cell wall organization.🛡️ Chitin's Power: Chitosan, derived from chitin, not only boosts plant growth but also acts as a formidable defender. It influences physiological processes, from nutrient uptake to protein synthesis, promising increased yields. Moreover, its presence creates a hostile environment for pests like nematodes, symphylan, and harmful fungi, fortifying plant defenses.🌱 Strengthen Your Plants: With its high calcium content, Crustacean Meal ensures robust cell wall growth, making it indispensable for young seedlings requiring a steady calcium supply.♻️ Eco-Friendly & Effective: Celebrate its biodegradability and non-toxicity, making it a sustainable choice that's kind to both plants and the planet.🚀 Dive into nature's bounty with Crustacean Meal and unlock the transformative benefits of chitin: the future of sustainable farming, today!   How To Use For soil building or using as a top dress, apply at a rate of 1/2 cup per cubic foot of soil. 1 Cup Weighs about 7 Ounces per cup
Fish Bone Meal Fish Bone Meal
Fish Bone Meal
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 47 reviews
from $20.00
Fish Bone Meal is an excellent source of Phosphorous. 1/2 Cup Per cubic foot is recommended dosage or top dress a handful before flower.. Fish Bone Meal is the preferred source of phosphorus and also has calcium with a small amount of nitrogen. Fish Bone Meal is preferred because it doesn't come from animals treated with antibiotics, hormones etc. Use as a top dress in transition or as a component of your mix. Useful Info Wild Caught NPK 4-17-0  
Fish Meal Fish Meal
Fish Meal
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 23 ratings
$26.00
Fish Meal Stimulates vigorous growth and deep green color! A strong natural source of nitrogen, Organic Fish Meal is uniquely processed to retain maximum nutritional value without using high temperatures or synthetic chemicals. Applied to leaves it is assimilated quickly by plants. Often combined with kelp extract to enhance performance. Useful Info Unique Features:• A strong source of natural nitrogen (9%)• Slow release — feeds plants over a period of time• Low temperature processed to preserve plant nutrients• Promotes vigorous growth during all stages of plant development• Heavy feeders like corn, leafy greens and eggplant love it! How To use For soil building or applying as a top dress, use at a rate of 1/2 cup per cubic foot of soil.
Karanja Cake For Sale Karanja Cake - Ahimsa
Karanja Cake - Ahimsa
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 18 ratings
$50.00
Karanja Oil Cake is the residue obtained from Karanja seed kernels which have been crushed to extract the oil. Rich in N-P-K, it is an excellent organic fertilizer. Karanja cake has been known to enrich the soil and protect the plant. Earthworm populations have been known to increase where neem cake has been applied. FREE SHIPPING on select Karanja Oil Cake! Slow Release Nitrogen, Aerates, Nourishes, Promotes Plant Growth & Resistance, Improves Soil Quality. Excellent for Vegan Organic Gardening. We Order Pallets of Neem and Karanja Cake from Neem Resource and provide a value by shipping any quantity and allowing you to mix it with other ingredients. The Karanja Cake is beautiful, and has a very mild odor compared to Neem Cake. Almost identical in properties to the Neem cake, this Karanja Meal is one of our best products. Thanks to Neem Resource and their amazing Ahimsa Certified Organic Neem and Karanja Products. Useful Info The Karanja tree- Pongamia Glabra - is widely distributed in tropical Asia. The tree is hardy and drought resistant. The 'Pongam' tree is commonly found in India and grows to a height of about 1 m. The oil of the Karanja or Pongam is used in pharmacy and in agriculture. Like, neem oil, it is excellent for skin and hair and used in the manufacture of soaps, creams, lotions and other skin and hair care products.A mixture containing equal amounts of neem and karanja oil is very effective on animals for skin problems.Good resources for more information on Karanja are:http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/duke_energy/Pongamia_pinnata.html How To Use Use full strength or mixed with other organic (kelp, seaweed, manure, etc.) Apply before (the area can be prepared up to a week or 10 days before planting) or during planting or for established plants around root zone. Use mixed into the soil 6-8 inches or as basal dressing. Coverage:180 to 360 lbs./acre, 1lb. for plots 100 to 160 sq.ft.   How To Mix into your Container Soil: 1/2 Cup per cubic foot will be plenty (Cubic foot is about 7.5 gallons of soil) 1 cup weighs 6.5 ounces. Exercise caution when mixing soil. Be sure to leave soil mix to rest and compost for at least 1 week. The Longer the better. Use VERY little for any seed starting soil.
MontanaGrow Silica Amendment MontanaGrow Silica Amendment
MontanaGrow Silica Amendment
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 144 reviews
from $27.50
MontanaGrow is 76% amorphous silicon proven to increase: Plant Cell Wall Strength Photosynthesis Disease Resistance Flood Tolerance Nutrient Balance UV Tolerance Carbon Sequestration Drought and Salt Tolerance High & Low Temperature Tolerance Blocking of Heavy Metal Uptake Alleviate Biotic Stress MontanaGrow silicon strengthens plant cells from roots to shoots, helping to repel insects. Alleviate Abiotic Stress Plants survive and thrive through frost and heat events allowing for a longer growing season. Great Organic Input Option Food grown with MontanaGrow can be certified organic, is healthier, and more nutrient dense. MontanaGrow Volcanic Tuff Additional Benefits Revitalize Soil and Improve Plant Health Moderate pH Acts as a Buffer High Cation Exchange Capacity Increased Ability to Hold Moisture 3.5 on the MOHS Hardness Scale Chemical Free Will Not Burn Plants Does Not Run-off or Leach Reduces Nitrogen Volatility Improves Phosphorus Availability Unique Source of Silicon Result of Ancient Pyroclastic Flow Mined from a rare deposit of silicon rich, non-crystalline volcanic tuff formed over 30 million years ago by a pyroclastic flow. Has a rich amorphous content that contains over 76% SiO2 providing a natural source of plant available silicon (silicic acid). Porosity Unlike Any Other Silicon Source Extremely porous, weathers easily, and provides immediate and gradual release of plant available silicon. Reacts dynamically with other minerals and nutrients to address critical soil and plant deficiencies. Amorphous, non-crystalline silicon and is not a hazardous or harmful material. Click below for safety data sheet.
Mustard Seed Meal Mustard Seed Meal
Mustard Seed Meal
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 102 reviews
from $49.00
BuildASoil's Favorite Mustard Seed Meal Fertilizer is approved for organic production. Our fertilizer is rich in natural plant nutrients and amino acids. Its formulation is 100% plant-derived allowing for a unique organic composition that selects for beneficial microbes in the soil. This, coupled with its highly bioavailable nutrient profile drastically improves crop nutrient uptake and therefore overall crop performance. There are no additives or preservatives used during manufacturing. This creates a unique, high-quality product that goes unmatched in the marketplace. BENEFITS Fertilizer (NPK 4.50-1.50-1.15) Sourced from non-GMO seed Great source of organic material in your garden Easy to use and safe to handle Suitable for conventional and organic farms and gardens Enhanced soil biology High in Sinigrin Glucosinolate Powder Or Pellets? We plan on using Pellets for soil mixing and powder anytime even coverage is needed across the soil surface. Read more about the powder vs pellets below. Caution: Can be harmful to young seedlings, be careful. Worms will move away from mustard meal when top dressed and if they can't move away it will be toxic to them. This stuff is potent and we are still learning, so proceed with caution if you are going to go hard. White Papers On Using Mustard Seed: Effectiveness of Defatted Mustard Meals Used to Control Fungus Gnats The Many Uses Of Mustard Seed EFFICACY OF ORIENTAL MUSTARD (Brassica juncea L. Czern.) SEED MEAL FOR WEED AND DISEASE CONTROL IN TURF Mustard Seed Meal for Management of Root-knot Nematode and Weeds in Tomato Production Using High Glucosinolate Mustard as a Cover Crop to Reduce Weeds and Disease Biologically Active Compounds in Mustard Seeds: A Toxicological Perspective PELLETS vs. MILLED Mustard Seed Meal Fertilizer is available in two different forms: Pelleted and Milled. Each of the two forms are from the exact same formulation, but have different uses and benefits. PELLETS Mustard Seed Meal Pellets are best used in applications where a slow release of fertilizer is desired. The pellets are less distributed throughout the soil and therefore break down at a slower rate. This is ideal for situations where long-lasting, slow release fertilizer is desirable. Application can be done by hand, or by pellet spreader/injector. The pellets are strong and hold together well, minimizing breakage in mechanical spreaders. In most cases, this is the most desirable form for top- or side-dressing, potted horticulture and backyard gardeners. MILLED Milled Mustard Seed Meal Fertilizer is simply a result of grinding and crushing the pellets into a powder-like consistency. When applied to the soil, Milled is better distributed throughout the soil profile. This allows for a more uniform availability and quicker release of nutrients. It is also more rapidly consumed by microorganisms, quickly creating a healthy living soil. It is best applied by hand or by a drop spreader (mulch/compost spreader). Careful consideration should be taken while using mechanized spreaders as the material has a high oil content that may cause clumping or clogging of machinery. It is best spread during days with mild temperatures and low humidity to avoid clumping. Milled is recommended for most pre-plant applications on the farm, garden, or container growing. As always, be sure to allow for a minimum three-week plant back with all pre-plant applications. Applications of Mustard Seed Meal selects for specific bacterial and fungal communities in the soil. These specific communities work to improve nutrient availability for the crop, reduce plant stress, increase plant vigor, and improve yields. Scientists nation-wide have reported a consistent promotion of soil fungal and bacterial communities containing Trichoderma spp., Streptomyces spp., Pseudomonas spp., Anthrobotrys spp., Plectosphaerella cucumerina, Dactylella oviparasitica, Paecilomyces lilacinus and many more. Each of these beneficial microbes play a crucial role in the complex interaction occurring between soil and roots creating a long-lasting symbiotic relationship that aids in the enhanced production and protection of crops. Check out the activity after adding to our in store worm bin! All the gnats are gone now too.
Neem and Karanja Mixed 50/50 Neem and Karanja Mixed 50/50
Neem and Karanja Mixed 50/50
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 123 ratings
from $26.40
Neem and Karanja 50/50 Mix Back in stock and better than ever! FREE SHIPPING on select Neem and Karanja 50/50 Mix! Neem and Karanja? You asked for it, and we Mixed them up! Slow Release Nitrogen, Aerates, Nourishes, Promotes Plant Growth & Resistance, Improves Soil Quality. Excellent for Vegan Organic Gardening. We Order Pallets of Neem Cake and Karanja Cake and provide a value by shipping any quantity and allowing you to mix it with other ingredients. The Karanja Cake is beautiful, and has a very mild odor compared to Neem Cake. Almost identical in properties to the Neem cake, this Karanja Cake is one of our best products. Thanks to Terviva and their amazing Certified Organic Karanja Products. Useful Info Karanja Cake is the residue obtained from Karanja seed kernels which have been crushed to extract the oil. Rich in N-P-K, it is an excellent organic fertilizer. Karanja cake has been known to enrich the soil and protect the plant. Earthworm populations have been known to increase where neem cake has been applied. How To Use Use full strength or mixed with other organic (kelp, seaweed, manure, etc.) Apply before (the area can be prepared up to a week or 10 days before planting) or during planting or for established plants around root zone. Use mixed into the soil 6-8 inches or as basal dressing. Coverage:180 to 360 lbs./acre, 1lb. for plots 100 to 160 sq.ft.   How To Mix into your Container Soil: 1/2 Cup per cubic foot will be plenty (Cubic foot is about 7.5 gallons of soil) 1 cup weighs approx. 6.5 ounces.
OptiVeg - Chitin and Aminos OptiVeg - Chitin and Aminos
OptiVeg - Chitin and Aminos
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 63 ratings
from $44.00
OptiVeg - Chitin and Aminos OptiVeg™, formerly InvigaRoot, is the markets first truly tested chitin product. As an all natural and organic soil amendment, chitin has an array of benefits such as reducing the effects of light and transplant shock, preventing the growth of detrimental soil bacteria, improving plant vigor and resistance, increasing root growth and fungal inoculation all the while increasing yields down the line. Since chitin is present in the cuticle of all fungi, incorporating a chitin based product in conjunction with your favorite fungal inoculant speeds up the inoculation process allowing you to use less product and reduce costs. Unlike all other chitin based products, OptiVeg™ is not derived from marine sources and thus does not include detrimental minerals that affect nutrient uptake, soil pH and overall plant health. In addition to chitin,OptiVeg™ is chock full of amino acids which make up roughly 60% of the overall composition. Titan Biologics worked tirelessly to develop a testing protocol which ensures a stable and consistent chitin content. OptiVeg™ is not salt based and contains no synthetic components therein reducing the risk of feeding too much. At 8.2% chitin,OptiVeg™ is a must use product for any growers who wish to speed up the vegetative process while yielding healthier, more robust plants with improved resistance and potential for higher yields. Useful Info Chitin Analysis Chitin Content Plot Elemental Breakdowns OptiVeg SDS OptiVeg Chitin Explanation from BuildASoil on Vimeo. How To Use
Organic Non GMO Sprouted Heirloom Corn Organic Non GMO Sprouted Heirloom Corn
Organic Non GMO Sprouted Heirloom Corn
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 2 reviews
from $22.00
All natural artisinal sprouted seeds.
Organic Wheat Bran
Organic Wheat Bran
Rated 4.7 out of 5
Based on 3 ratings
$70.00
Organic Wheat Bran 25lb Bag 🌱 Elevate your gardening game with our premium Organic Wheat Bran! Perfect for making Bokashi, this 25lb bag is your go-to solution for top-notch fertilizer and composting. 🌻 📦 Why Choose Our Wheat Bran? 🌾 100% Organic: Rest assured, our wheat bran is completely organic, ensuring that your plants get the purest nutrients. 🌱 Boosts Soil Fertility: Perfect for making Bokashi, our wheat bran enhances soil fertility, promoting healthier plant growth. ♻️ Eco-Friendly Packaging: We care about the planet just as much as you do. Our 25lb bag is designed with eco-friendliness in mind, contributing to a greener earth. 💪 DIY BOKASHI: Making your own Bokashi is rewarding and you can do it! Free Recipe below. 🛒 Ready to Do it? Add our Organic Wheat Bran to your cart today and make your own Bokashi! Happy gardening! 🌼 🚨 Disclaimer: Please note that due to the natural and organic nature of our wheat bran, there may occasionally be a low percentage of natural weevils present. Fear not! These tiny creatures will not harm your soil, plants, or the Bokashi making process. In fact, they are a part of the natural ecosystem and play a role in breaking down organic matter. 🌿 Rest assured, you are in safe hands with our product. Thank you for choosing sustainability! 🌎 📜 The Original Bokashi Recipe 👩‍🍳 Ready to make your own Bokashi? Here’s what you’ll need: bran (or another dried plant material), Yah-Whey or EM•1®, molasses, and fresh water. Follow our recipe below. Remember, rice bran is also an option, but it tends to be pricier than wheat bran. 🌾 Ingredients Ingredient 10 lbs 25 lbs 50 lbs Yah-Whey or EM1 4 Tablespoons 3 Ounces 3/4 Cup Molasses 4 Tablespoons 3 Ounces 3/4 Cup Water 10 Cups 1.5 - 2 Gallons 2 - 4 Gallons Bran (carbon material) 10 lbs 25 lbs 50 lbs Procedure Mix one gallon of the water with the molasses to dissolve the molasses. Mix in the Yah-Whey or EM1 Mix the liquid thoroughly into the bran. Squeeze some of the bran into a ball. If it holds shape and no extra liquid comes out, it is the correct moisture. Put into bag or container. If it is too dry, add more water and mix. If using the bag, tie the bag tightly, squeezing out excess air. If using a container, press down mixture and cover container tightly. Place mixture somewhere warm and out of the way. Let it ferment for a minimum of two weeks. Longer is fine. After fermentation, check for white mold on/in the bokashi. This is a good sign! Black or green mold is undesirable and indicates air exposure or excess moisture. Adjust accordingly for future batches. Store your bokashi in a closed container for up to 2 weeks, or dry for long-term storage. Keep airtight during storage, whether dry or wet. 🛍️ Don't have time to make it yourself? No problem! You can purchase ready-to-use Bokashi right here on our website. Happy composting! 🌱
Premium Insect Frass Premium Insect Frass
Premium Insect Frass
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 136 ratings
from $40.00
Insect Frass - Black Soldier Fly Larvae - Derived from an incredible company in Canada all from the digestate of black soldier fly larvae. In all natural ecosystems (where there are no man-made chemical pesticides), insects feed on and digest vegetation, and give it right back to plants in the form of nature's perfect plant food. Plants benefit insects - Insects benefit plants! 100% Organic plant food, and so much more... Estimated NPK Value of 3-2-4   Weighs roughly 4 oz per cup. Insect Frass naturally contains the nutrition plants require, beneficial micro-organisms, and the only immediately plant-available source of chitin (pronounced “Kite-in”). Chitin fortifies a plant from the inside out, causing an "auto-immune" response that signals a plant to produce natural toxins which fend off its natural enemies like pests and fungal pathogens. The EPA says that chitin and chitosan (see FAQ's) defend against botrytis (grey mold), powdery mildew, early and late blight, fungal pathogens in the root zone (root rot) and root-feeding nematodes. Insect Frass does NOT cause a plant to kill beneficial insects or beneficial nematodes. Insect Frass is NOT a pesticide. Insect Frass is NOT a fungicide. Insect Frass will NOT put insects into your garden. Give your plants all the benefits of Insect Frass, without the bugs! How To Use For soil building or top dressing, apply at a rate of 1/4 - 1/2 cup per cubic foot of soil.
Premium Rice Bran - High P Premium Rice Bran - High P
Premium Rice Bran - High P
Rated 4.6 out of 5
Based on 11 ratings
from $35.00
We love this rice bran for soil building! We purchase OMRI listed rice bran and it is excellent for building soil. This material is very high in P and our most recent test shows over 6% water soluble phosphorous which is very hard to find in organics. Another reason we offer this rice bran, is because its an excellent nutrient for making your own fermented fertilizer called Bokashi. Besides this rice bran, you will also need molasses, water, and EM-1. A link to this recipe can be found Here Useful Info The bran is the hard outer layers of cereal grain. It consists of the combined aleurone and pericarp. Rice bran is a byproduct of the rice milling process (the conversion of brown rice to white rice), and it contains various antioxidants that impart beneficial effects on human health. A major rice bran fraction contains 12%-13% oil and highly unsaponifiable components (4.3%). This fraction contains tocotrienols (a form of vitamin E), gamma-oryzanol and beta-sitosterol; all these constituents may contribute to the lowering of the plasma levels of the various parameters of the lipid profile. Rice bran also contains a high level of dietary fibres (beta-glucan, pectin and gum). In addition, it also contains ferulic acid, which is also a component of the structure of nonlignified cell walls. Occasional presence of weevils in rice bran can occur is harmless to plants and can even be beneficial when used in the production of bokashi compost. How to Use Bokashi: The Original EM•1® Bokashi Recipe   To make your own EM•1® Bokashi (in this recipe) you'll need some bran (or some other dried plant material), some EM•1®, molasses, and fresh water. A 50-pound bag of wheat bran made into bokashi costs very little to make (including the EM•1® Microbial Inoculant, molasses, and bran). Organic rice bran and organic wheat bran cost more but are better because they avoid GMO crops and possible pesticide contamination. This recipe takes about 20 minutes from start to finish to make a 50-pound bag of EM•1® Bokashi. It needs to ferment for a minimum of two weeks and then is dried for long-term storage (up to several years). If you choose not to make it, you can purchase it ready to use. Where to get the ingredients: BuildASoil.com or your local feed store but beware of non-organic inputs!   Ingredient 10 lbs 50 lbs 2,000 lbs EM•1 ® 4 Tablespoons 3/4 Cup 1 Gallon Molasses 4 Tablespoons 3/4 Cup 1 Gallon Water 10 Cups 3-4 Gallons 75-100 Gallons Bran (carbon material) 10 lbs 50 lbs 2000 lbs  
Soybean Meal Soybean Meal Organic Oregon Tilth Label
Soybean Meal
Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 7 ratings
from $28.00
Organic Soybean Meal In the past we've recommended to stay away from Soybean meal due to the heavy use of pesticides and GMO's but we think this product is different. We are working on getting full testing and analysis, but for right now we are trusting the CDFA Organic Certification. We've recently found a new supplier of Organic Soybean Meal. Mechanically Extruded - Not Processed with Chemicals like many products. How To Use Soybean meal has a typical analysis of 7-1-2 (N,P,K) and is naturally a slow release fertilizer. Typical use is 1-2 pounds per 100 square feet of garden. Many gardeners like it due to its slow release nature as they only have to apply it once per year.
Sprouted Hemp Seed
Sprouted Hemp Seed
Rated 4.3 out of 5
Based on 3 reviews
from $462.00
All natural artisanal sprouted seeds. Last Batch Available!! Hemp is difficult to sprout as it has a wide margin of days to germination but our testing revealed excellent enzymes and hemp is a nutrition powerhouse. Because some seeds will still sprout we are no longer going to offer this product but you can purchase it now at 40% off and just grind them in a blender and use them for all the enzymes and nutrients.

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