Add at 2.5% by volume (3 cups per cu. ft.) in growing mixes. Find your project needs by volume below
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Volume Application Rates
Potting Soil: Mix 2 – 3 cups BioGranules per cu. ft. of growing media.
|Pot size||Soil Volume||Repotting, mix BioGranules thoroughly into new potting soil||Charging current potted plants, work BioGranules into top 2 inches of soil|
|4 inch||1 pint (0.5 quart)||2 Teaspoons||1/2 Teaspoon|
|5-6 inch||1 quart (0.25 gal)||2 1/2 Tablespoons||2 Teaspoons|
|7-8 inch||1 gal : .15 cu ft||4 1/2 Tablespoons||3 1/2 Teaspoons|
|12 inch||5 gal : .77 cu ft||2 Cup||1/2 Cup|
|14 inch||7 gal : 1 cu ft||3 Cups||3/4 Cup|
Trees and Shrubs: Mix 3 cups BioGranules per cu. ft. of soil from the planting hole. Place mixture into hole at 6-inch depth. Place tree or shrub into planting hole and fill with remainder of mix.
Flower Beds: Incorporate 3 cups BioGranules per cu. ft. of soil from the planting hole.
Area Application Rates
Vegetable Gardens: Apply 2 tablespoons of BioGranules per square foot (1 lb. per 100 square feet) of planting area or apply a pinch of BioGranules with each seed. Work into top 4 – 6 inches of soil; add seed or transplant, and water in.
Vegetable and Flower Transplants: Add 1⁄4 inch layer BioGranules to bottom of transplant hole.
Transplanting: At the time of transplant, use low salt amendments such as fish emulsion as starter fertilizer. Best results have been achieved where a cover crop is worked in prior to setting transplants.
Turfgrass: Apply 1 lb. of BioGranules per 100 square feet when seeding. Work into 4 inches of existing soil. Add seed, rake and water thoroughly.
Maintenance: Following aeration, dethatching or scarification, apply 1/2 lb. per 100 square feet and mix into the top 4 inches of soil. Water in.
|Growing Area||Seeding Rate||Maintenance Rates|
|Per 100 SQ FT||1 LB||1/2 LB|
|Per 1000 SQ FT||10 LB||5 LB|