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Science and History of Azomite
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The photo on the left is micronized Azomite.
The photo on the right is Catnip.

How many cups? Price includes shipping.
$41.00: Buy 44 cups (about 18 pounds) Azomite Micronized Powder High in trace minerals. All natural. Good for plants and animals. Ground into a fine powder. Shipping is $18.00 per each 44 cups. Every 44 cups is $41 + shipping.
$24.50: 22 cups (about 9 pounds) Azomite Micronized Powder Shipping is $12.00.
$14.90: 11 cups (about 4.5 pounds) Azomite Micronized Powder Shipping is $9.00.
$18.90: 5 cups (about 2.2 pounds) Azomite Micronized Powder and 5 cups (about 2 pounds) Thorvin Organic Kelp from Iceland Both are mineral rich. Good for plants and animals. Shipping is $9.00.
Shipped in a plastic baggie so it fits in flat rate box to save you shipping.
Includes flyer about Azomite and how to use it.

All Natural Micronized Rock Dust

Improves soil fertility and animal health.

Azomite Trace Minerals

Azomite is an acronym for the "A to Z of minerals including trace elements". It is an all natural source of 70 minerals, trace elements, and rare earth minerals.

You use it to fertilizer your plants and as a feed supplement for your farm animals. The minerals and trace elements are metabolically active. It has been used for over 70 years.
An Ancient Deposit

About 30 million years ago, a volcano erupted that was high in minerals. The volcanic ash combined with sea water and river waters producing high-mineral rock.

Native Americans were the first to discover it.

Today this ancient mineral deposit in Utah is mined producing a light pink powder. It provides a unique combination of minerals that plants and animals love.
An Ideal Plant Fertilizer

Azomite powder is good for all plants: field crops, garden vegetables/fruits, fruit/nut trees, even house plants. Remineralize your depleted soil. It improves plant growth by invigorating the roots with increased yields and healthier plants.

A great soil additive. Germination rates of seeds increase, plants have more flowers, flower colors are brighter, plants have greater resistance to pests/disease, and vegetables/fruit taste better.

Azomite is a pink powder.
Your Food Tastes Better

Fruits and vegetables have higher brix readings when you use Azomite powder.

Brix measures the approximate amount of sugars in fruits, vegetables, juices, and wine. The higher the brix level, the sweeter it is.

Add to Animal Feed for Healthier Livestock

Azomite minerals have been used for 70 years as a natural food supplement for farm animals. It is approved by the Association of American Feed Control Officials. It is bioavailable.

Studies where Azomite was added to livestock and poultry feed showed improvement in animal growth, improved reproduction, and better immunity.

Poultry had greater egg production with harder shells. Pullets lay eggs sooner. Baby poultry can eat Azomite powder.

This photo is a Dominique hen in comfrey and stinging nettle.
Animals Prefer Food Grown with Azomite

Livestock feed costs are reduced due to better food assimilation. Their feed conversion ratio is higher. They are better able to fight disease. Animals preferred pasture and hay fertilized with Azomite powder.

For feeding animals, use the Azomite powder rather than the granulated (granules) version. Use up to 2% of the total feed. You can put it out free choice and let them eat what they want.

This photo is a Toggenburg doe.
How to Use Azomite on Field Crops, Vegetables and Flowers

The first year you start using Azomite, it is best to apply about 75-150 pounds per acre. After the first year use about half of that, 38-75 pounds per acre.

If you have a very high-value field crop, you may want to apply up to 2 tons (4000 pounds) per acre per year. Vary application rates with the type of crop you are growing.

For vegetables use about 100 pounds per acre (based on rows 18 inches apart with plants 12 inches apart). If your plants are already in the ground, you can sprinkle around each plant, up to 1/4 cup per plant.

It is best to use Azomite with compost, humus, manure, or other fertilizers to provide nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.

For houseplants before planting, mix 1 teaspoon per 2 inches of pot diameter in the potting soil. Sprinkle 1 teaspoon on top of the soil 3-4 times a year. For roses, sprinkle 1/4 pound around each plant and lightly dig into the soil.

OMRI certified to use as an organic fertilizer.
How to Use Azomite for Lawns, Vines, Shrubs and Trees

Research has shown that Azomite reduces citrus decline, helps trees resist pests/disease, improves growth, increases yields, and produces sweeter fruit.

Once a year apply Azomite to the soil around trees (fruit, nut and others) under the drip line at the rate of 1 to 5 pounds per tree. Double this amount if trees are in decline or are diseased with blight.

For grapes apply 1/2 to 1 pound per plant. Lightly till into soil.

Azomite makes grass greener. Use 44 pounds for 12,000 to 15,000 square feet. Broadcast and then water into the lawn. You can fertilize up to 4 times a year.
"The Holistic Orchard: Tree Fruits and Berries the Biological Way"

"These micronutrients are sometimes referred to as trace minerals. ...For the long haul I prefer using broad-source soil condiments in my orchard and garden on an ongoing basis."

"Azomite (0-0-2.5, with 5 percent calcium). This ancient deposit of aluminium silicate clay with marine minerals is named after its A-to-Z of more than fifty minerals beneficial to plants and animals. Use in the planting hole, regularly in compost, and to boost severely disease-stricken trees (as much as 10-15 pounds per tree) by applying throughout the dripline area in late summer." -p.72

Michael Phillips recommends comfrey for fruit trees and bushes.

For survival farming in hard times in zones 5/6/7,
see my Western North Carolina Farm and Garden Calendar.

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