AZOMITE is a 100% natural mineral that produces more and larger fruits and vegetables per plant that are better tasting — with evidence of improved nutritional benefits. AZOMITE has shown these positive results in a wide variety of plants in both field and laboratory. It is extracted from an ancient volcanic ash deposit in Utah, USA, famously known for it’s abundance and diversity of rare earth minerals.
BioTerra is an oficial distributor of AZOMITE.
Produces more & larger fruits and vegetables per plant
Better crop flavor and color
Supplies more than 70 micro-nutrients
Promotes the growth of plant roots
Increases the concentration of sugars.
100% natural & environmentally friendly
LESS NUTRIENT DEMANDING PLANTS: Apply 1 small spoonful (5g) of Azomite for every 3 liters of compost/earth/substrate.
HIGH NUTRIENT DEMANDING PLANTS: Apply a large spoonful (10g) of Azomite for each 3 liters of compost/earth/substrate.
MAINTENANCE: re-apply every 3-6 months
Recommended to use with BIOTERRA’S COMPOST PREMIUM
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF AZOMITE
AZOMITE is a natural mineral extracted directly from an ancient volcanic ash deposit in Utah. Scientists believe that the unique chemical make-up of AZOMITE was created when an ancient volcano erupted and the ash settled into a seabed about 30,000 years ago.
AZOMITE’s authorized use in organic agriculture is certified by OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) and is used as a fertilizer and amendment for improving soil quality. It’s easy, safe to use, and environmentally friendly.
The world’s cropland has been under cultivation for many decades and each crop cycle removes trace minerals from the soil or the elements are lost through erosion and pesticide use. Since most fertilizer programs only replace Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K), crops become deficient when the soil has been depleted of its trace elements.
AZOMITE is a natural mineral substance which is mined directly from its Utah desert source. OMRI-Listed for organic production, AZOMITE can be used as an agricultural fertilizer and/or soil amendment product, It is easy and safe to use and good for the environment.
Many nutrient elements have been depleted from soils worldwide due to weathering, leaching, and depletion from decades of continuous agricultural production and AZOMITE® been reported to replenish these nutrients. Technically, AZOMITE is a highly mineralized complex silica ore (Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate or HSCAS), mined in Utah from an ancient deposit left by a volcanic eruption that filled a small seabed an estimated 30 million years ago.
AZOMITE (pronounced ā-zō-mite) is an acronym created and registered as a trademark by its founder, Rollin Anderson, for the”A to Z Of Minerals Including Trace Elements”.
AZOMITE Mineral Products has documented numerous University, fertilizer company, AZOMITE Distributor, and farmer field test research results. These show positive results on a variety of soils and plants all over the world. The pH of AZOMITE itself is alkaline, however adding AZOMITE does not seem to raise the pH of the soil or soil-water, so it can be used on any pH soil or soil type.
Micronized AZOMITE is a fine powder (around minus 200 mesh) and since it is a dusty product, must be applied by machinery that applies products like dry lime, hand applied, or mixed with compost or other similar soil treatments for application.
AZOMITE Field Grade is moderately dusty and is available for easy soil application in a broadcast or drop spreader, or by hand, although the spread pattern will not be as even as that with granular or pelleted due to the inconsistent particle size in the Field Grade product. Granular AZOMITE can be applied by hand, or with spinner, tail-wager, or drop spreaders. Granular AZOMITE takes several days to break down in the soil once it is applied and exposed to irrigation or rainfall. Pelletized AZOMITE can be applied by hand, or with spinner, tail-wager, or drop spreaders, and breaks down into fine powder immediately when in contact with water, rain or irrigation.
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