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- A luscious way to feed your plants for bodacious blooms and vibrant color
- Nitrogen is the new black. Brings life and vitality to your flowers and veggies, for abundant harvests that are full of color
- Organic nitrogen supplement
- Start using in the spring, applying every 2 months throughout the growing season
- OMRI listed for organic use
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Simply Our Best Organic Ingredients For A Strong And Prosperous Garden
Simple, Down-To-Earth Gardening
Nature’s Care products are brought to you by the makers of Miracle-Gro. Crafted with simplicity and inspired by the miracles of Mother Nature, our soils, plant food and controls are formulated for the mindful home gardener.
A Luscious Way To Feed Your Plants For Bodacious Blooms and Vibrant Color
Nature’s Care Organic Blood Meal is here for your organic gardening needs. This food brings life and vitality to your flowers and veggies for abundant, colorful harvests.
Nitrogen Is The New Black
Nature’s Care Organic Blood Meal contains a very special ingredient: nitrogen. But why, might you ask? Well, when leaves have Nitrogen flowing through them, photosynthesis is working at a higher rate.
Feed In Three Easy Steps
Start using Nature’s Care Blood Meal in the spring and apply every two months throughout your growing season. To apply, first merge the food and soil together. Then begin to spread the food out - far and wide! Finally give the plant what it needs to thrive - water.
Nitrogen is the new black. Miracle-Gro Nature’s Care Organic Blood Meal brings life and vitality to your flowers and veggies for abundant harvests that are full of color. Because who wants pale, sickly, lifeless gardens? This is the luscious way to feed your plants for bodacious blooms and vibrant color. Just grow for it.
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My tomato leaves were turning yellow all over (usually with hydroponics, it's a magnesium deficiency when they start turning yellow from the bottom to the top), however, these tomatoes are grown in soil and the leaves were yellow all over the plant. The container is a 5 gallon bucket with holes drilled on the bottom and the "soil" is more Coconut Coir than anything. I added about 4 TBSP to the to pot and watered well.
I also like the fact that it's easy to pour. My 4 TBSP estimate isn't entirely accurate because I never measured, but it felt right. Blood meal is dark, sort of a charcoal color, which doesn't even look like blood. I'm happy to say that today, the leaves are more green than they were earlier this week and I owe it all to this product. The vampire eggplant is a cute touch LOL.
Blood meal really perks up your plants. It's just pure non-burning nitrogen. It doesn't hurt your plants in the least. My eggplants are huge and my flower garden is doing fantastic.
Added Update: I noticed someone subtracted stars not based on the product but based on their inability to do math. SMH: Information states: 1 cup of fertilizer for a 20 square foot garden, how many tbsp will you need per each square foot? There are 16 tbsp spoons in one cup. 16 tbsp divided by 20 = 0.8 tbsp. So each square foot should get appropriately 4/5 of a tbsp , so just a little shy of 1 tbs per square foot. I just go ahead and put 1 tbs per square foot. Most people who add it to their pots, know that not only is the width of the pot important, but also the depth of the pot to get the accurate measurement. The information is all there, just need to do math. You take the number and configure how much is needed for your individual pot size. I have a sqaure foot garden and also 5 gallon buckets. I never seen any fertilizer that gives exact measurements per pot, especially since each pot size is different. I will have to say that I with the few 5 gallon buckets I have: I actually added 1 table spoon to the potting mix before transplanting my seedlings along with 2 tbsp of Jobes organic fertilizer; I planted peppers, and tomatoes. Those were doing better than most of my garden, super green lush and producing lots of great stuff. Based on the "product" I think this is a great product, based on a person's inability to do math? Your just wrong for that one.
This is a dark, fine powder that dissolves well. The best way to use it is to mix it into the soil and then top it with a little plain soil so the odor doesn't attract flies -- or repel you!
The packaging is great. A stiff spine on one side and a spout on the opposite corner mean you can easily pour as much as you need. It is a great design.