Bone Meal Organic Fertilizer for Plants
Bone Meal Organic Fertilizer for Plants is a coarsely grounded animal bones. It is rich in phosphorus and calcium it is used as an organic fertilizer for plants. As a slow-release fertilizer, bone meal is primarily used as a source of phosphorus and protein. Bone meal phosphorus is easy for plants to take up. Bone meal will help your flowering plants.
|Fertilizer Name||Bone Meal|
|Product Type||Powdered Material|
|Brand||Green Vibes Organics|
If the PH value of the soil is below 7.0, it is referred as acidic soil. At this situation Bones meal acts as a fertilizer to supply phosphorus to Plants. Bone meal fertilizers have an NPK ratio around 3:15:0, as stated they are low in nitrogen (N) and potassium (K) but high in phosphorus (P). Bone meal fertilizers are an excellent source of phosphorus, which is necessary for the photosynthesis process of your plants.
Benefits of using Bone Meal
- Bone meal fertilizer is mainly used to increase phosphorus in the garden.
- Bone meal gives Higher fruit and seed yielding.
- A Stronger root structure will be developed for newly-developing plants.
- It Promotes healthy, lush growth.
- It also Helps to provide pest and diseases resistance.
- Slow, steady delivery of nutrients from bone meal helps you grow plenty of big, blooming flowers, fruits, and vegetables.
- Bone meal can increase soil microbes throughout the growing season, benefitting the soil structure for the root systems of your plants. A better root system, and fewer days to maturity.
- Bone meal provides calcium for your plants. Calcium improves root growth, encourages strong roots, and helps prevent blossom end rot.
- Bone meal can also balance other soil amendments.
How to Use Bone Meal
- Add 1 tablespoon of bone meal to each plant near the roots of the plant and gently fork it into the surface and water the plants. Repeat it for every 15 days for better results.
- You can add 5 kg of bone meal in 125 square feet of land area. After applying, water the soil so that the bone meal can start breaking down. Bone meal takes a long time to break down, by which it gives your plants consistent access to phosphorus throughout the growing season. It will release nutrients over about four months.
- Bone meal fertilizer can be used once or twice throughout the growing season to help stimulate flowering or fruit ripening when the plants are actively growing.