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GreenGro Pride Lands Veg

$26.39
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Pride Lands Veg 6-3-3.5 is a premium blend of dry amendments, microbes, biochar, and mycorrhiza. Building on our commitment to utilizing the turn of the century farming methods and Native American agriculture, this fertilizer blend contains the best quality ingredients to supercharge your garden and give your plants a large head start. We highly recommend using this product in and with microbial compost teas each week. Take pride in your soil with Pride Lands Veg food.

INGREDIENTS

Derived from feather meal, bat guano, fish meal, seabird guanos, oyster shell, alfalfa meal, volcanic ash, blood meal, crab meal, rock phosphate, fishbone meal, glacial rock dust, sulfate of potash, langbeinite, kelp meal.

Soil amending ingredients: wood biochar

MYCORRHIZAE
Glomus intraradices: 1.7 spores per g.
Glomus deserticola: 0.4 spores per g.
Glomus etunicatem: 0.4 spores per g.
Glomus clarum: 0.4 spores per g.

BENEFICIAL BACTERIA
Bacillus subtilis: 2.0 X 108 CFUs per g.
Bacillus licheniformis: 9.0 X 107 CFUs per g.
Bacillus amyloliquefaceans: 6.0 X 107 CFUs per g.
Bacillus thuringiensis: 1.0 X 106 CFUs per g.
Bacillus polymyxa: 4.0 X 106 CFUs per g.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

BEFORE PLANTING
Start the season by tilling in 1 cup of Pride Lands Veg into each cubic foot of soil media used in new planting and gardens.

TOP DRESSING
Throughout the growing season, apply up to 1 cup Pride Lands Veg to 1 4’x4’ surface area, up to once a week. Apply to damp soil and water thoroughly following application.

FOR CONTAINER PLANTS
Apply 1 Tbsp. as a top dress per gallon of media, once per week.

INDOOR SOIL MIX
Thoroughly mix in 2 Tbsp. per gallon of media and water after planting.