Langbeinite

$ 8.50

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A unique 3-in-1 combination of Potassium, Magnesium and Sulfur, Langbeinite is a naturally occurring source of these three vital plant nutrients.

As a soil amendment, langbeinite is considered potash, meaning it supplies potassium. However, it also contains magnesium and sulfur, which makes it even more desirable as a well-rounded fertilizer. Since all three elements are combined in one mineral, any sample of langbeinite has a uniform distribution of the nutrients.

As an added bonus, Langbeinite does not change the soil ph.

How to Use:

Vegetable Gardens & Flower Beds:
To prepare new gardens, apply 1-2 lbs per 100 square feet and thoroughly mix into the top 3″ of soil. To feed established plants, side dress 1-2 tablespoons per plant, depending on size of plant, once each month during the growing season.


Containers:
For new plantings, mix 1 tablespoon per gallon of soil and mix thoroughly OR add 1-2 lbs per cubic yard. For established plants, lightly mix 1-2 teaspoons per gallon into the soil surface once each month during the growing season.

As a fertilizer, langbeinite is considered potash, meaning it supplies potassium. However, it also contains magnesium and sulfur, which makes it even more desirable as a well-rounded fertilizer. Since all three elements are combined in one mineral, any sample of langbeinite has a uniform distribution of the nutrients.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Langbeinite Information: How To Use Langbeinite Fertilizer In Gardens https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/soil-fertilizers/langbeinite-fertilizer-in-gardens.htm

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