AZOMITE is a highly mineralized complex silica ore (Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate or HSCAS), mined in Utah from an ancient deposit left by an volcanic eruption that filled a small nearby seabed an estimated 30 million years ago.
AZOMITE is used as a naturally rich soil re-mineralizer for plants, as well as a feed ingredient for animals.
In a typical chemical assay, AZOMITE contains more than 70 trace minerals which include many rare earth elements (lanthanides). Many of these elements have been depleted from soils worldwide.
According to research and customer reports, plants grown with AZOMITE produce more and larger fruits and vegetables per plant resulting in a better tasting food products with improved resistance to disease. AZOMITE has shown positive results in a wide variety of plants in the field and in the laboratory. There is evidence that AZOMITE improves nutritional benefits.
Micronized AZOMITE is processed into a fine powder that is around minus 200 mesh and is the most available to plants. As it is a very dusty product, it must be applied by hand or by spreader after mixed with compost or any other fertilizer.
AZOMITE is 100% natural, non-toxic and OMRI-listed for use in organic production.
AZOMITE is not radioactive and does not have the capacity to emit alpha particles, which can harm humans or animals.
Soluble Potash -- 0.2%
Cakcium -- 0.5%
Magnesium -- 0.5%
Chlorine -- 0.1%
Sodium -- 0.1%
Derived from a volcanic ash deposit.
Azomitw Uses for :
- Field Crops
- Vegetable and Flower Gardens
- Vine, Citrus and Fruit Crops
- Orchards, Trees and Shrubs
- Lawn Care
- Feed animals (Live stock)
Soil Amendments Rate : 1tbsp per 1 gallon pot.
1~2Lbs per 10sqft garden soil.
Add compost or any other fertilizer then 75~150Lbs of azomite per acre.
Feed Animal Rate : Mostly, adding AZOMITE at 1/2% (10 pounds per ton) of the total prepared feed mix. see Feed information for details.