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Organic Gardening: plant protein nitrogen

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Provo, UT
(Zone 5a)

February 12, 2013
8:53 AM

Post #9416576

ive seen alittle discussion on this in various forums..
im reading more and more on products that are out on a
plant protein nitrogen..with a much higher N level.. mostly
in 14-18% range.. if there is that much N in there..thats a pretty
good N level..depending on what u r fertilizing..and plants needs..
i havent bought any..yet.. so.. anyone know much on these products?
they are "suppose" to be fast uptake in plants..and to be used in conjunction
with slow release N..
hope to see some discussion..
much thanks..
cold here.. still... sigh


Bay City, MI
(Zone 6a)

February 12, 2013
12:49 PM

Post #9416807

Can you link me to a discussion here at Dave's, or to a site with details on the product?

Provo, UT
(Zone 5a)

February 12, 2013
3:58 PM

Post #9416990

hi al..i did a general search here on davesgarden.. there a company
terracycle..also..doing search on google i found soure in ID too..
its proteins from soybeans..
has fairly high N level.. 14-18%
if you get more info on it.. or others..i hope they post more on it..

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