Feather Meal is a high-quality, slow-release source of nitrogen that is made from 100% ground-up feathers. It is a safe and effective fertilizer that can benefit a variety of plants.
Feather Meal is a terrific longer-term nitrogen source with an NPK of 15-0-0. Due to its unique structure, it is available at a much more gradual rate than that of something like blood meal, making it a "safer" source to apply to some types of sensitive and finicky crops, or when using in conjunction with other, more readily available nitrogen sources.
Here's how feather meal can help your garden:
How to use Feather Meal:
Feather Meal can be applied to soil at planting time or throughout the growing season.
The application rate of Feather Meal will vary depending on the soil type and the desired results. However, a general rule of thumb is to apply 1/4 to 1/2 tablespoon per 5 liters of soil.
Feather Meal is a slow-release fertilizer, so it is important to use it regularly to ensure that your plants are getting the nutrients they need. It is also important to note that feather meal can attract rodents, so it is important to store it in a secure place.
If you are looking for a slow-release source of nitrogen for your garden, feather meal is a great option. It is a safe and effective fertilizer that can benefit a variety of plants.