EarthWorks - Replenish 10-2-5 Organic Fertilizer
EarthWorks - Replenish 10-2-5 Standard Grade Organic Fertilizer
EarthWorks - Replenish 10-2-5 Standard Grade Organic Fertilizer
EarthWorks - Replenish 10-2-5 Standard Grade Organic Fertilizer
EarthWorks - Replenish 10-2-5 Standard Grade Organic Fertilizer
EarthWorks - Replenish 10-2-5 Standard Grade Organic Fertilizer
EarthWorks - Replenish 10-2-5 Standard Grade Organic Fertilizer

EarthWorks - Replenish 10-2-5 Standard Grade Organic Fertilizer

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Easy to use for amazing results that make you look like a horticultural genius (even if you're not).

Replenish 10-2-5 is an ammonium sulfate Formulated Natural Organic Fertilizer... it's a combination of soluble ammonium sulfate nitrogen and rich composted Replenish fertilizer.  Ammonium sulfate is ideal for spring and fall applications to release tied up calcium while providing a soluble form of nitrogen.  When blended with EarthWorks Replenish, a powerful fertilizer is created that feeds both the soil and the plant.

Dedicated to formulating the most agronomically complete products to remove guesswork, EarthWorks has over 20 years experience working with biological soil management programs.  Its fertilizers are designed to maximize the microbial activity in any soil, providing a healthy environment for plants to flourish. Healthy soil promotes a healthy plant.  Starting with twice digested, mineral rich poultry compost results in readily available nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and calcium for the plant and carbon for helpful soil microbes.

Replenish 10-2-5 is a Formulated Organic. It is 70% composted material,while the rest of the formula is made up of ammonium sulfate, methylene urea, and sulfate of potash.  The carbon helps to stimulate soil microbes and the nutrients replenish the soil from the loss taken by the constant uptake by plants.  The nutrient value of 10-2-5 is significant.  Although these nutrients are not all immediately soluble, they are sustainable and plants can use them when they need them most.

APPLICATION RATES & PROGRAMS:
Directions for Use
Turf (all grasses) Apply 5 pounds of 10-2-5 per 1000 square feet of turf area (1/2 lb of nitrogen per 1000 sq ft),2 to 4 times a year as needed.For best results,adequate irrigation should be practiced after application and throughout the growing season.
Shrubs (1 to 4 feet of canopy) Apply 1 pound of 10-2-5 around the base of the plant and lightly work into the soil,being careful not to disturb surface roots.Larger shrubs or stressed plants will benefit from larger feedings.Apply in Spring and Fall,thoroughly watering after each application.
Trees For young or small trees (1 to 3 inch diameter) apply 2 to 3 pounds of 10-2-5 per inch of trunk diameter evenly under the canopy drip line.Increase the application rate to 3 to 4 pounds for larger trees.Apply in Spring and Fall,thoroughly watering after each application.

GuaranteedAnalysis
Total Nitrogen(N)...................................10.00%

      4.20% Ammoniacal Nitrogen

      1.25% OtherWater Soluble Nitrogen

      4.55% Water Insoluble Nitrogen

Available Phosphate (P2O5) ....................2.00%

SolublePotash(K2O)...............................5.00%

Calcium (Ca)............................................7.00%

Sulfur (S) ................................................6.00%

6.00% Combined Sulfur (S)

Derived From: Composted poultry manure, ammonium sulfate, methylene urea and sulfate of potash.


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