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Posted by TheTradition 9b (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 21, 13 at 22:11

Okay, so I bought some Azomite (the slow release formulation) and I'm a little bit stumped on application rates and frequencies. Although there is some general info on their website, it's hard to break that down to the treatment for a fruit tree, or a potted container, or a vegetable bed, etc.

Anyone have any experience with this stuff?

Here is a link that might be useful:

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RE: Azomite

Did you read through this document: Soil Guidelines? It seems to break it down as rate per tree, garden plot, roses, or container. Or even if you're doing Field Crop farming.

RE: Azomite

Nope, I missed that one. Thanks.

RE: Azomite

TheTradition - I have experience using Azomite. I apply the granular Azomite to fruit trees at about the same rate as I would use for granular fertilizer. The product will not burn any plants, so it is quite safe. I try to remember to apply it in the spring and in the fall.


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