I would like to know your opinions about the following organic fertilizer:
N - 2,5%
P - 2,5%
K - 2,5%
MgO - 1,3%
Organic Matter - 60%
For lawns, the dosage is 1000-1500kg/ha or 20-30kg/200 square meters.
Might be okay, but is a fertilizer and not a soil amendment. Might be a short term useful product, but not a substitute for good soil.
Typically when looking at an organic fertilizer, I look at the ingredients as much as I look at the analysis.
What is the source of the N, P, K?
I can see this on the fertilizer:
"organic fertilizer pellets of animal origin, coming from controlled aerobic fermentation"
Sounds like pelletized chicken litter to me. If so it should be very good stuff.