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- Great for roses and earthworms alike
- Works very well as a compost bioactivator due to its remarkable nitrogen to carbon ratio
- Also use as a mulch for the planting and growing stages of your plant-Foots life
- Apply 5 to 10 lbs per 100 square feet
- 5 lb box
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Alfalfa meal is a great source of trace elements for fertilizing and soil conditions
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A great source of trace elements for fertilizing and soil conditioning, Alfalfa Meal is loved by roses and earthworms alike. Works very well as a compost bio-activator due to its remarkable nitrogen to carbon ratio and also makes a great mulch for use in the planting and growing stages of your plant's life.
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Should you have difficult clay soil as I now have, alfalfa meal and kelp are useful in that they provide a less concentrated level of nutrients per volume and can be used generously without risking 'nutrient burn'' of plant roots.