Seabird Guano

Plan B’s low-nitrogen, fossilized Seabird Guano contains high levels of phosphate and exceptional amounts of calcium. It is the ultimate formulation for explosive fruiting and flowering. This product is processed through 200 screen mesh and can be used in gardens, landscaping, containers and raised beds, for vegetables, fruits, herbs, flowers, vines, trees and shrubs.

Directions for use in the garden and landscape: Up to 22 lbs. per 1000 ft2. Gently dig into soil surface once per month or as desired.

Transplanting and premixing soil for potted plants and planter boxes: 1 tsp. per 1 gal. of soil or growing medium. Gently dig into soil surface once a month or as desired.

Top dressing: 1 tsp. per 1 gal. of soil or growing medium. Gently dig into soil surface once a month or as desired.

For tea mix: 2 tbsp. per gal. into a mesh bag, never loose in solution.

High-Nitrogen Seabird Guano

The ancient Incas of the Peruvian Andes are known for their advanced agricultural skills and ingenuity. Among their many discoveries was the value of seabird guano, derived from the droppings of fish-eating birds off the coast of Peru.

This guano made an excellent fertilizer that kept their soil rich and fertile. So precious was this fertilizer to the Incas that killing even a single guano-producing bird was an offense punishable by death.

Today’s farmers know exactly why the ancient Incas placed such value on Peruvian seabird guano. This 100% organic fertilizer is uncommonly rich, with high levels of nitrogen and phosphorous to stimulate microbial action in the soil. The nitrogen is present in both immediately-available and longer-lasting forms, while the available phosphorous is present at levels that are otherwise very difficult to achieve organically.

Application rate: 3-5 lbs per yard