Bloom is a rich organic fertilizer and soil conditioner ideal for improving water holding capacity and overall soil structure. It is also an excellent source of both macro and micronutrients, essential in improving plant vigor.
Why Use Bloom?
- Nutrient-rich fertilizer and soil conditioner
- Excellent source of organic matter
- Provides slow-releasing nitrogen
- Provides iron for darker grass and green leaves
- Weed seed free
- Cost effective
- Minimal odor
Use Bloom for:
- Hay and other grasses
- Fruit and ornamental trees
- Other agricultural and horticultural products
Guaranteed Nutrient Analysis 1.5-1.5-0
|Phosphorous (P)||40 lb/ton|
|Potassium (K)||0.6 lb/ton|
|Organic Matter||360 lb/ton|
|Calcium (Ca)||14 lb/ton|
|Magnesium (Mg)||2.2 lb/ton|
|Sulfate (SO4-S)||0.26 lb/ton|
|Boron (B)||0.007 lb/ton|
|Chloride (Cl)||4.4 lb/ton|
|Iron (Fe)||46 lb/ton|
|Manganese (Mn)||0.18 lb/ton|
|Zinc (Zn)||0.44 lb/ton|
|Copper (Cu)||0.24 lb/ton|
|Molybdenum (Mo)||0.008 lb/ton|
This fall, Chappelear Enterprises logged a 40% higher yield on three acres of cornfields fertilized with Bloom at its Aquasco, Maryland farm. The field fertilized with Bloom recorded a 220 bushel yield as verified by third party calculations, versus a farm average of 159 bushels per acre in the same season, according to farm owner Roger Chappelear.
The results were particularly startling given the summer drought, underscoring Bloom’s drought-resistant properties.
Tested on 40% higher yield on three acres
We’re using Bloom on our wheat, barley, corn, soy, vegetables and hay. We’re always looking to cut costs, especially with commercial fertilizer prices steadily increasing, and it’s an added benefit that Bloom provides organic matter to help the soil in the long term.