Can you use too much AZOMITE? Can too much AZOMITE be toxic? No. AZOMITE is 100% naturally-derived and completely free from fillers. It is not chemically altered and its natural, nontoxic composition will not harm plants or the environment.
How much Azomite should I use in my garden?
For gardens, spread ¼ to 2 pounds per 10 ft and spade or rake into the soil. Use 1 teaspoon - 1 cup in watering can quarterly for house plants.
How much Azomite does a tree need?
Trees, Shrubs & Vines:
Spread 1 lb per 2″ of trunk diameter around the base outwards to the drip line, mix into soil surface and water in well. For grapes, apply ½-1 lb to the soil around each plant and thoroughly mix into soil.
What does Azomite do to plants?
Azomite aids plant growth. When plants are grown with Azomite, they produce a larger quantity than fruit than plants grown without this product. They also produce larger and tastier fruit. There is also evidence Azomite improves the nutritional profile of plants, which contributes to healthier fruit.
Can I top dress with Azomite?
For top dressing you can use pretty much any grade of Azomite you want. To top dress, you just simply sprinkle some Azomite on the surface of the soil. Depending on the grade you get you may want to water it in so that the wind doesn't remove some of the Azomite you just top dressed.
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Is AZOMITE safe to eat?
Yes, I get a lot of questions about Azomite. It is safe for human consumption. I recommend it because it is a natural, inexpensive mineral supplement. You can also get lots of good minerals from sea salt, raw milk, bone broths, etc.
Is Azomite safe for pets?
Azomite is safe for use with both plants and animals. Azomite will not harm or burn plants. Apply directly or with compost, humus, manures, fertilizers, or beneficial soil microbials.
How many trace minerals does Azomite?
In a typical chemical assay, AZOMITE® contains more than 70 trace minerals which include many rare earth elements (lanthanides).
Is Azomite the same as rock phosphate?
Rock phosphate is available as the liquid or dry form, but the Azomite is only available in the dry powder. So both the rock phosphate and Azomite are different from each other but have the same purpose of remineralizing the garden soil. These minerals help the garden plants to grow well and healthy.
Is Azomite good for fig trees?
When planting, dig a hole that is twice as wide and deep as the root ball of your new tree. Into the loose soil at the bottom of this hole, mix two heaping handfuls of compost, 3 cups each of landscape mix and worm castings and one cup of azomite. Figs tolerate soils with pH ranging from 5.5 to 8.