426 Jerry Lane NE Check, VA 24072
located in Floyd County,VA
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HarmonyTM Ag Organic Fertilizer w/ 9% Calcium (5-4-3) - Made from 100% all natural composted poultry layer manure. All-purpose for vegetables, fruits, lawn and landscape. Slow release for steady, long-lasting color and growth. Analysis: 1.0% water soluble nitrogen, 4.0% water insoluble nitrogen, 4.0% P2O3, 3.0% K20, 9.0% Calcium, .08% magnesium, 0.2% Iron. 370 ppm Zinc, 40 ppm Copper, .65% Sulfur, 35 ppm Boron.
Full brokered loads are available at further discounts. Available by the bag or in 1 ton totes.
Note for large spreader application this fertilizer has a density of 41 lb / cubic foot.
This fertilizer is approved as OMRI Allowed Status
MANUFACTURER'S GENERAL APPLICATION RATE FOR HARMONY & SYMPHONY (5-4-3) :
PASTURE- HAY FIELDS- LAWNS: 20 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft. or 875 lbs. per acre. Apply spring and fall, and more lightly several times a season.
VEGETABLES: mix into the soil 6 - 8 lbs. per 100 sq. ft. or 60 - 80 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft. or 1 ton per acre. Apply topically 30 to 50 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.; more lightly for short season vegetables or multiple applications.
TREES: 5 - 10 cups of fertilizer for each inch of trunk diameter.
SHRUBS: 5 lbs. per 100 sq. ft. or 50 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft. Scratch into the soil surface.
FLOWERS: 3 lbs. per 100 sq. ft. or 30 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft. Apply once or twice per season.
What is in Harmony & Symphony Fertilizer?
The Harmony and Symphony 5-4-3 fertilizer that we sell comes from a family owned and operated egg laying poultry farm in NY. The Symphony 5-4-3 is from USDA Organic Layers. Even though the Harmony fertilizer is not produced from the composted manure of organic chickens, we consider it far better than most of the poultry based products sold as fertilizer on the market today. Harmony birds are layers, unlike other poultry manure based fertilizers, which are usually from broilers. Commercial broiler operations tend to be fed large quantities of nasty supplements, antibiotics and hormones. The NY. farm also raises a lot of their own organic grains for their operation. In general, we feel much better about purchasing, selling and using a product produced by farmers that have a clear understanding about raising crops and animals in an ecological and humane way.