Hi there folks,
I recently bought some seabird guano (right from the horse's mouth, as its being forrested in the north of chile) and here is the analysis ...
there are 2 aspects that strike me as odd given its 2-15-2 nature:
the very low N value ... thats ok with me, its just I have seen way higher values on the internet... might be a local thing, e.g. N got washed out of the deposits over the decades
it contains 0.3% sulphur and Cu as well ... so the package even talks about it being a soft fungicide.
- wouldnt that FUBAR all AACT that I'd be cooking with the guano?
- also, if I'd drain it into the soil, wouldnt this kill all my pampered mycos?
- given the information on the packaging, should I only foliar feed?
how are you guys managing this "contratiction"? or doesnt your SeaB.G. contain S and Cu?
thx for sharing your thoughts
Edited by Al-from-Chile, 18 May 2013 - 09:32 AM.