Alfalfa Pellets Fertilizer- All Natural Plant Food (900 gm)
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- An Excellent Source of Nitrogen.
- Stimulates Growth and Builds Organic Matter.
- Increase Photosynthetic Capacity and Crop yield.
- A naturally occurring plant growth promoter.
- An excellent source of nitrogen from a plant source
- Contains triacontanol a natural plant growth stimulant
- Slow-release — feeds plants over time!
- Ideal for flowers, vegetables and shrubs — Roses love it!
APPLICATION: 50 gm per plant, for small plants or pots, and 100 gm for larger plants
Great benefits to using Alfalfa Pellets in your garden
- Fixes Nitrogen
Alfalfa actually takes nitrogen from the air and holds it as nodules on its roots, a process called “nitrogen-fixing”. This nitrogen becomes available in the soil for other plants to use when the alfalfa plant is cut down and its roots are left in the soil, or when the plant is turned into the soil.
- Stimulates Growth
Alfalfa contains triacontanol, a hormone that stimulates the growth of plant roots, enhances photosynthesis, and increases beneficial microbes which help to suppress many soil-borne diseases.
- Good Source of Minerals
Alfalfa is a good source of nitrogen, along with several other minerals including Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium, Sulfur, Magnesium, Boron, Iron & Zinc. The N-P-K ratio for alfalfa is approximately 3 – 1 – 3, depending on its source.
- Feeds Microorganisms
The microorganisms in your soil love alfalfa because of the protein, amino acids, fiber and sugars in its stalk – items they need to thrive. Alfalfa hay has an almost perfect balance of carbon to nitrogen (24:1) which soil organisms require.
- Provides Drought Resistance
Because of alfalfa’s sponge-like ability to absorb and hold moisture, it helps plants grown in that soil to be more resistant to periods of low rain.
Alfalfa Is The Ultimate Organic Slow Release Fertilizer! Alfalfa Pellets and Alfalfa Meal are fantastic additions to your soil amendment schedule for several reasons. An excellent source of slow-release Nitrogen, Alfalfa Pellets can boost your plant's photosynthetic capacity and send your yields to the next level, both for indoor growing and outdoors.
Alfalfa Pellets act as a slow-release fertilizer that is an excellent source of nitrogen. Alfalfa also contains trace minerals and triacontanol, a naturally occurring growth promoter, which is great for roses! Alfalfa Pellets can be used in several different ways in gardening; during the growing season, to slowly release added nutrients to your garden all season long, it can be used at the end of the season for amending your soil, or it can be added to your compost pile, acting as a stimulator.
Using pellets as an activator in your compost - Soak them overnight with water and then spread them onto the compost. When soaked, alfalfa will decompose rapidly, creating heat which will help the rest of your compost to decompose with a higher nutrient level due to the use of the alfalfa. Higher nutrient levels in your compost and soil mean more nutrient-dense produce in your garden!