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Alfalfa Meal

Frankia Alfalfa Meal 3-0-2 is derived from pure, certified organic Alfalfa grown in the Canadian Prairies. Alfalfa contains Nitrogen and Potassium and is rich in organic matter and trace elements. In addition to feeding plants directly, Alfalfa Meal benefits soil microbial activity, as well as improving soil structure, moisture retention, and compost bioactivity. Alfalfa contains the naturally occurring plant growth stimulant Triacontanol.

WHAT IS IT AND WHERE IS IT FROM?

Alfalfa Meal is the dried and ground plant material of pure Medicago sativa, a perennial bee-pollinated flowering plant in the legume family, Fabaceae. Like other legumes it forms a symbiotic relationship with Nitrogen fixing soil bacteria, capturing and storing atmospheric Nitrogen in its plant material which is released when it is incorporated back into the soil. Frankia Alfalfa is grown on certified organic farms in Saskatchewan, Canada.

INGREDIENTS: Certified Organic Alfalfa Meal.

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Guaranteed analysis

Total Nitrogen (N): 3.0%

Water Insoluble Nitrogen: 3.0%

Water Soluble Nitrogen: 0.0%

Available P2O5: 0.0%

Soluble Potash K2O: 2.0%

Calcium (Ca): 1.5%

Magnesium (Mg): 0.2%

Organic
Canada’s Organic Production Systems Permitted Substances List (CAN/CGSB 32.311-2015) states that Alfalfa Meal and Pellets “Shall be organic if commercially available”. It is also of note that Genetically Engineered ‘Round-Up Ready’ Alfalfa is being grown in Canada.

Frankia Alfalfa Meal is GE free and 100% certified organic.

Application
Directions for Use Gently mix into top 5cm (2”) of soil.

In the garden: Up to 15kg per 40m2 (33lbs per 400ft2). Apply up to four times per year.

Top dressing: 60-120ml (1/4- cup) per plant, or 15-30ml per 4L (1-2tbsp per gal) of soil, once per month.

Premixing soil: 60-90ml per 4L (1/4-3/8 cup per gal) of soil. For larger volume soil mixing add up to 10kg (22lbs) per cubic yard of soil.

Weight to volume conversion: Alfalfa Meal has a specific gravity of approximately 0.67.

Volume Weight (g)
Tablespoon (15ml) 10
Cup (236ml) 158
Litre 670
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