What is Fish Bone Meal?

Fish Bone Meal is a 3-16-0 fertilizer. It contains 3% nitrogen, 16% phosphorus and 0% potassium. It also contains a fair amount of calcium which is great for flowering plants, trees and shrubs.

Fish Bone Meal is high in Phosphorus, so what does Phosphorus do for my plants?

Phosphorus helps plants convert other nutrients into cell growth. Without phosphorus, plants die.

Fish bone meal is made from crushed fish bone instead of the traditional bovine bones used to make regular bone meal. It is an ideal fertilizer for new gardens, perennials and bulbs.

Here are the characteristics of Fish Bone Meal

  • Powered or granulated
  • Boosts microbial activity
  • Contains 3%+ Phosphorus plus trace elements
  • Short term nutrient release (1-4 months)
  • Approved for use in certified organic agriculture

How to apply fish bone meal

Spoon about 1-2 tablespoons of fish bone meal into each hole where you are wanting to transplant. If you want to apply fish bone meal to an entire garden or yard, spread 5-10 lbs for every 100 square feet.

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