10-0-5 Doggett Natural Resource PLUS

An Organic Based fertilizer for trees and shrubs

guaranteed analysis

Total Nitrogen (N)10.00%
Water Soluble Potash (K2O)5.00%

Secondary Elements:

Iron (Edta) .7%
Manganese (Mn) .05%
Magnesium (Mg) .3%
Zinc (Zn) .05%

Nutrients Derived from: Blood Meal Potassium Sulfate, Iron Chelate, Magnesium Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate

Non Plant Food Ingredients:

Humates 5% per total weight

Soil Supplement Ingredients:
49 million cfu/lb. bacillus pumilus
49 million cfu/lb. bacillus amyloliquefaciens
49 million cfu/lb. bacillus megaterium
49 million cfu/lb. bacillus subtilis
49 million cfu/lb. bacillus licheniformis

Mychorrizae:
ENDO:
Glomus intraradices, glomas mosseae, glomus aggregatum, glomus etunicatum
5,000 propagules per pound

ECTO:
Rhizopogon villosullus, rhizopogon luteolus, rhizopogon amylopogon, rhizopogon fulvigleba
5,500,000 propagules per pound

An organic based fertilizer and soil supplement for trees, shrubs, and other landscape plantings. The very finest in necessary ingredients for optimal results. Humates, Microorganisms and Mycorrhizae. No phosphorous, extremely low salt index of (7). DOGGETT’S NATURAL RESOURCE PLUS is safe in every way.

Mixing and use instructions:

Mix 25 lbs of Doggett’s Natural Resource Plus into 100 Gallons of Water. Good tank agitation is advised. Pre-hydration may make mixing easier. A wetting agent may improve the mix blend.

Application:

Apply only as directed, or according to individual recommendations in your approved nutrient management plan. Soil inject gallon per injection site on a grid of 3 ft X 3 ft spacing, or in concentric circles with the same spacing. Site conditions will vary, so a judgement should be made accordingly as to the location of the majority of feeder roots. As a guide, start a little out from the visible root flare, extending to just outside the dripline.

Soil conditions will also vary from site to site, so vary the depth of your injection accordingly. As a guide, most of the fine feeder roots of trees, shrubs and landscape plantings are within the top 3” of soil. Generally, you should not need to inject more than 6” to get a good saturation of the feeder root area.

For mulch beds and soil areas without competing ground cover, it is possible to do a soil drench. Please note that because of the live microorganisms and mycorrhizae it is optimal to get this product incorporated into the soil profile.