Well-aged, Fully Composted Organic Bison Manure
BISON GROW CONTAINS: Aged, screened and naturally occurring organic bison manure compost, dried organic molasses, bio-char, dolomite lime, humic acid, kelp, diatomatious earth, montmorillonite, soft rock phosphate, green sand, 100% yucca extract. Also contains natural and inoculated levels of both endo and ectomycorrhizae, beneficial nematodes.
Total Nitrogen (N) – 1.00 %
Phosphorus as (P2O5) – 0.94 %
Potassium as (K2O) – 0.90 %
100% natural and organic formula provides good levels of electrical conductivity (EC) and cationic exchange capacity (CEC) both of which indicate superior bio-availability for optimum levels of essential plant nutrients, reducing the need for chemical fertilizers.
Contains beneficial microbial populations that ward off plant diseases and promote plant growth by enhancing nutrient uptake and hormonal stimulation.
No slaughterhouse animal byproducts are used in Bison Grow aged, fully composted organic bison manure.This unique line of Organic Bison Manure Compost Products represents the culmination of over a decade of research & actual field trials. The results speak volumes. After extensive testing of massive windrows of composting Bison Manure, some over 10 years of age, we have discovered that as the manure ages & matures the biological complexity & diversity continues to intensify establishing high quality populations of active food web microbes.
We have concentrated & incorporated this Organic Bison Manure Compost into a line of organic products that encourage rapid, healthy root & vegetative growth & exceptional fruit & flowering capabilities. In order to maximize its food-web establishing capability we have buffered the compost to perform at optimum ph ranges & have supplemented the compost with sources of over 50 micronutrients. This product is highly concentrated & designed to increase nutrient uptake, improve drought tolerance, stimulate root growth with the production & release of PGR’s (Plant Growth Regulators) & increase bioavailability of plant nutrients.